Review: Rock F*ck Club #5 by Michelle Mankin

Posted November 14, 2019 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 2 Comments

Book info:

TitleRock F*ck Club #5
Author:  Michelle Mankin 
Genre: Adult rock star romance
Release Date:  November 14th, 2019

Source: E-galley from author which did not influence my opinion.
My rating:  4 stars

I’m all for girl power and sh*t. 
Guys are a disaster.

Trust me. I know.

My name is Josephine Poet. I’m the drummer in an all-girl band.

My rule is f*ck a guy only once, then move onto the next one.

The Rock F*ck Club reality show is no different than my real life. Only there are cameras rolling, and they’re offering me a ton of cash. The money and the publicity is just what Joey’s Band needs. A means to an end for a bad girl who knows how to rock, but isn’t looking for anything good.

But what happens when wrong and right collide?

It’s naughty versus nice in Rock F*ck Club Season Three.

What could go wrong?

My Review:
This book was probably more hot than any of the others so far, at least for me.  We got really risque and definitely much different experiences before.  You see Jo is in a girl band.  And Jo and the girls are into guys, but also at times a little into girls.  And it works out for the best because then Jo is able to fulfill her own RFC requirements with some help from her friends in different ways.  Although I still keep counting on my fingers and seem to only find 9 people not 10.  Hmm. Maybe a re-read will be needed?  Which is fine, the steamy scenes in this were as steamy as can be!  I feel like in this one, we really got the main character taking charge of her sex life.  With no regrets, other than maybe one of the times, and well that had more to do with her past than the actual experience.  Jo had a pretty intense past.  And the more I learned about her life, the more I was able to understand her love of the book Wuthering Heights, which I can’t stand, but I guess I can get why someone with a hard life might identify or enjoy it more than I did. And then there is Gale.  I adore him, and he was perfect for Jo.  Even with the one secret she kept that caused him to have to take a step back and think on his own past, they really were a match made in heaven.  The author doesn’t keep us from losing characters that we know and like, once again there is a loss in this book.  A kind of big one.  Now, I don’t know if there will be more books in this series, but if there are, I started making a list as I read about who I think should get to star next on the reality tv show Rock F*ck Club!

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2 responses to “Review: Rock F*ck Club #5 by Michelle Mankin

  1. Even though I know this isn't a series for me, I'm happy you have found it fun to read and have so many books in the series so you can get to know all the characters.

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