Reverse Harem, Reviews, Romance

Groupie (Rock-Hard Beautiful #1) by C.M. Stunich

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Synopsis:

WARNING: This book has one girl and five bad boy rockstars. She owns them all–heart, body and soul.
Don’t read it unless you like to ugly cry…and also unless you like threesomes, foursomes…and moresomes.

“Can one of these five rockstars fill the hole in my heart? Or will I stay broken forever?”

Young, dumb, and broke.

That’s what started everything. With five dollars in her pocket, and everything she owns stuffed in the back of her car, Lilith Goode’s life is over. Done. Destroyed.

Ten words. One text. That’s what it took to change the whole world.

A crumpled concert ticket. A chance encounter. That’s what it takes to start all over again.

Five rockstars. One girl. Six dark hearts, six withered souls.
But can one broken person really put another back together again?
And is a cross-country tour the place to do it?

Groupie, Book #1 in the Rock-Hard Beautiful Trilogy
a New Adult Erotic Rocker Romance from International Bestselling Author C.M. Stunich

***GROUPIE is a 130,000 word novel about heartache, love, grief, and the beauty of sex. It contains rockstars, concerts, young love, deep hurt, broken pasts, group sex, one beautiful girl who falls in love with five guys and five guys who fall in love with one beautiful girl. This is a MMMFMM book with a STRONG focus on the woman (although the men aren’t scared of each other’s bodies) aka a reverse harem novel (one woman, five guys). It has a happy ending, NO cliff-hanger, and is the first book in a trilogy.


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When you see another lonely traveler walking the same sad, strange path you almost fell off before … it’s only right to see if you can guide them down a different road.”

MINOR SPOILERS THROUGHOUT:
I loved this book! It was fast paced and constantly had my attention. I made the mistake of starting it late at night so I ended up staying up until six o’clock in the morning because every time I tried to stop reading it, I couldn’t.

Lilith was great. I felt so bad for her throughout this book. She was so real to me because of all of the real issues she has had to go through in her life. I have read many books where a characters’ parents died but I can honestly say that Lilith’s grief felt real to me. I felt her pain through C.M. Stunich’s writing and that only made me connect to her more.

I loved all of the guys. Muse, Copeland, Paxton, Ransom, and Michael were all very different from each other and each of their POVS were unique. In reverse harem novels, it is very important for each of the male characters to be unique and different from each other because otherwise, the story falls flat. I could tell the difference in the boys’ personalities and their thought processes very easily which is sometimes hard for an author to do so I was impressed.

One thing that shocked me was the rivalry between Paxton and Ransom. Usually when it comes to reverse harem books, all of the boys are best friends or are at least friendly with one another. Seeing how much animosity there was between the two band mates was shocking to me and I felt like it provided something real to the story.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I loved all of the boys individually but as a group, they fit so well together that it is astounding. Whatever Lilith needs, they can provide. I loved how they all took care of her and were there for her in different ways. I love these characters and I want more of them. It was a great start to the story and I can’t wait to read the next book!


Other Books in the Series:

4.5 🍁s ~ Roadie (Rock-Hard Beautiful #2) by C.M. Stunich

3 🍁s ~ Moxie (Rock-Hard Beautiful #3) by C.M. Stunich

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