Rock F*ck Club 2 – Michelle Mankin

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This book is suitable for 18+ due to mature content.
Rock F*ck Club 2 – Michelle Mankin

A Postseason One Novella 10 cities. 10 famous rock stars f*cked. Raven Winters has chosen the one rock star she wants to keep. She has completed filming for the Rock F*ck Club. Her season of the reality show is about to debut on the World Media Organization channel. Her once very private sex life is about to become public. Can her life ever return to normal? Does she want it to? And what about the next season of RFC? Who will be the next star? Who will be f*cking whom?

Rock F*ck Club 2 by Michelle Mankin
Series: Rock F*ck Club #2
four-half-stars
Genres: Romance, New Adult

*happy sigh*

Lucky and Raven are one of my favorite book couples I’ve ever read about. If you recall my review for the first book, you’ll know that I struggled with the concept of this story.

HOWEVER.

Lucky made it all worth it for me. Again, if you read my review for the first book you’ll know I absolutely adore Lucky. He’s so dang sweet to Raven, albeit a bit overprotective.

The main issue I had in this novella was that Lucky completely took away Raven’s choice for continuing to accompany his band on the tour. It was a decision that should have been made between the couple, rather than just decided by one half. This is something he comes to terms with on his own, but in what I’m discovering is true Michelle Mankin fashion, there’s gotta be a little bit of that angst first. Personally, I’m a huge fan of the angst as long as I end up getting my happy ending, and I felt like this was a nice conclusion to the epic love of Raven and Lucky. <3

I’m so happy Michelle included this little epilogue story. In many ways, I preferred it to the first book–but of course, you can’t read this one without having read the first.

Anyway, I was quite pleased with the way this novella ended up. It also had a nice way of segueing into the next book, which I found clever. I definitely recommend 🙂

 

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