The Complete Groupie Trilogy [NOOK Book]

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When Andy Foster met the sexy front man of an up-and-coming rock band, the most she could imagine was a steamy stolen night of passion. But her attraction to Giovanni Carnevale hit her like a bolt of lightning. Soon she was traipsing all over the country, an unintentional groupie, finding herself thrust into his path even when she knew it was a very bad idea. Over four years their romance would face indiscretions, crazed stalkers and the interloping paparazzi, keeping these star-crossed lovers circling around a ...

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The Complete Groupie Trilogy

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Overview

When Andy Foster met the sexy front man of an up-and-coming rock band, the most she could imagine was a steamy stolen night of passion. But her attraction to Giovanni Carnevale hit her like a bolt of lightning. Soon she was traipsing all over the country, an unintentional groupie, finding herself thrust into his path even when she knew it was a very bad idea. Over four years their romance would face indiscretions, crazed stalkers and the interloping paparazzi, keeping these star-crossed lovers circling around a happily ever after they could never quite catch.
In the beloved "Groupie" trilogy by Ginger Voight, three books tell the passionate and angst-driven tale of Andy and Vanni. Now, "Groupie," "Rock Star" and "Mogul" are available in one volume that tells their story from that first meeting in Philadelphia to an explosive conclusion on the opposite coast.
This is your backstage pass to find out why readers, reviewers and book bloggers have fallen for a love story that was never supposed to happen.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044249547
  • Publisher: Ginger Voight
  • Publication date: 1/11/2013
  • Series: Groupie , #4
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 131,053
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Ginger Voight is a prolific author and freelance writer, as well as an optioned screenwriter. Her non-fiction covers a wide range of topics from travel to politics, and her fiction is equally diverse. She covers mainstream fiction with darker topics, such as DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS, as well as family-friendly fare like her fun kids' adventure, COMIC SQUAD.Thanks to a steady diet of Harlequin romances as a pre-teen, Ginger always manages to find her way back home to her first love: genre romance. In 2011, she embarked on a new journey - to publish romance novels starring women who look more like the average American woman. She plucked plus-size characters from the supporting cast of most mainstream fiction and allowed them to star in their very own fairy tales. These "Rubenesque" romances have developed a following thanks to her best-selling GROUPIE series. Other titles, such as LOVE PLUS ONE, THE UNDISCIPLINED BRIDE and the highly-rated New Adult series, FIERCE, tap into the "reality-TV" preoccupation in American entertainment, which gives her contemporary stories a current, pop culture edge.Known for writing gut-twisting angst, Ginger is unafraid to push the envelope with characters that are perfectly imperfect. Whether rich, poor, sweet, selfish, gay, straight, plus-size or slender, her characters are beautifully flawed and three-dimensional. They populate these lavish fictional landscapes that teach us more about the real world in which we live, simply through their interaction with each other. Her goal with every book is to give the reader a little bit more than they were expecting, told in stories they'll never forget.
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  • Posted February 13, 2013

    This may possibly be the toughest review I have ever had to writ

    This may possibly be the toughest review I have ever had to write. The Groupie Trilogy left me feeling frustrated, unsettled, but yet, happy in some ways too. I know. That makes no sense. You'll understand what I mean if you have either read the trilogy or plan to. So, I ask myself, why did I decide to participate in this tour. Well, that's easy to answer. I had seen quite a few fellow bloggers raving about the books. Between the rave reviews and the simple fact that it was about a Rock Star romance, I was sold.




    Now, about the characters. Here's where I may sound a bit jaded. I have no idea what life is like for a Rock Star. However, we all have fantasy versions of it our heads. But, there's also a dirty, dark, not so sparkly side of being a star or being in the spotlight. I feel that I need to just come out and say that I really didn't like Vanni. And honestly, that didn't change much throughout the trilogy. That said, he did have moments where he showed his true colors and in those moments, I could see his appeal. But, I won't sugar coat it. Vanni is a womanizer, an alcoholic, addict, and in general pretty selfish. However, he does have a troubled past, that has shaped him into the person he's become. When he meets Andy, his connection with her scares him; makes him feel vulnerable. Despite his best efforts to show his love for her, he always misses the mark. Until the end anyway.




    As for Andy...while she was more likable to me, there were SO many times throughout the trilogy that I wanted to smack some sense into this girl. I understood the connection she felt for Vanni. In truth, they met before he became famous and at that time, she wasn't looking for more than a good time herself. Of course, that changed as his pursuit of her continued. In time, she fell in love with him. She forgave his infidelity, his lying, and ego. She justified his behavior by telling herself that they weren't "really together". *pounds head against wall* I will say this, the times that they were in fact "together" were sweet and often sexy. And again, in the end...he is what makes her world spin.




    I absolutely have to discuss Graham. He runs the record label and is essentially Vanni and the band's boss. Graham got them out of their first contract with their old label and helped them become stars. Why did I love Graham? He is possibly the reason I continued to read the trilogy. Well, that may be dramatizing it a bit, but I seriously loved Graham. He is just about the perfect guy. Of course he falls in love with Andy, who is love with Vanni. You get the picture. Graham makes life altering sacrifices for Andy. That's just the kind of guy he is and it's a testament to how much he loves Andy. While I personally would have chosen Graham, I was happy with the way his story came to a close. I was happy he found happiness, peace, and love.




    In all honesty, it took me a few days to process my thoughts about this book. I can tell you that I'm glad I read this as a trilogy rather than reading the books separately. After I read the first book, I was pretty undecided about how I felt about it. So, it was good that I had the second and third books on hand. Despite the challenges I faced while reading this trilogy, I'd still recommend it. Here's why: I probably felt every emotion a person can feel while reading this trilogy. For me, that's a pretty good indicator of a good story. The Groupie Trilogy is raw, angsty, heartbreaking, frustrating, sexy, romantic, and definitely not for the faint hearted. If you like being completely consumed by stories like this, then this is the trilogy for you. Hang on tight! It's a rollercoaster!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2014

    I loved this series!

    I love this author, the groupie trilogy has it all! Great story filled with drama.

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    Highly Recommended

    Great Trilogy I didn't want to put it down. The ups and downs this couple go through leave your head spinning Great read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2013

    Great Read!!!

    I loved this trilogy! I had trouble putting it down. I'm glad I got to read all books back to back. I was put through the gamut of emotions, I laughed, cried, and was also so frustrated at some points I wanted to throw my nook across the room. This couple couldn't catch a break! I have marked all Gingers books to be read!!

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    Posted March 15, 2013

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