Diary of a Groupie
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Diary of a Groupie

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Tabitha Knight lives a very peculiar life. A child of foster care who has grown into an attractive and ambitious adult, she now finds solace, excitement, and security in the company of rich and famous men whom she dates as a discreet and charming groupie.
Everyone wants to be loved. Tabitha understands that. She shares her gifts with those who seek and, perhaps, need love...more
Hardcover, 241 pages
Published June 17th 2003 by Simon & Schuster (first published 2003)
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This book was straight but not good as the Flyy Girls. Tabitha Knight is a groupie. But she sees herself as more. She thinks that she is providing men with support and nurturing that they cannot get elsewhere. She grew up in a foster home and tries to find the love, acceptance, and security that she lacks in rich, famous, successful, men. Using aliases, different ages, and moving frequently keeps Tabitha at the top of her game. She also keeps a record of all of her encounters in several diaries....more
Dominique Flannery
I liked this book, i read it on my own. It was about a girl named Tabitha; who got token care of by the men she was sleeping with. She was sleeping with this old man that was rich and he was very nice to her and he took her everywhere, he was very nice and plenty others. She keep a diary and wrote in it just about everyday. She never used her real name or age, she had lots of nicknames. She had everything together until she had to be a groupie for a basketball player for an investigation because...more
The novel is about a young women who portrays herself as much younger than she is to rich and famous men. She's never in serious relationships and is often the mistress to many married men who pay her large sums of money. She is a "groupie"...hence the title. This novel also includes an investigation that she gets involved with that turns sour.
The book is sexy and an easy read.

This is my first Omar Tyree book. I enjoyed it mostly but the ending was a huge let down. The storylines were not resolved. Towards the end I had to really focus and re-read in order to understand who was playing for which team. It was a bit chaotic. I know that there were several lessons dispensed but ...
Adrienne L
This book is very interesting. Tabitha, the main character ilives a very unstable life having relations with rich and famous men, and write about her adventures with them in her diary with out tehem knowing. I would recommend this book to anyone that is into books full of drama and suspense
Reggie Cox
I think this book was written perfectly,.. this book alone has made me an Omar Tyree fan... On top of his writing i think he did well with the character (Tabitha) I like books with good characters
Not a good book. At all. I love books where a character keeps a diary. It makes it more personal but this book should've been still in the brainstorming phase. I don't think I even finished it.
If you’re in the mood for an author who writes a sexier story with all the trappings of life with the rich and famous, Omar Tyree might do.
This book was simply just ok and definitely not my favorite Omar Tyree book. Not my first choice of a book to recommend to someone either.
This book was alright....some good points but not a "done in 24 hours" type of page turner.
I liked it. I expected it to be just focused on sex, but I was glad it wasnt. It was a good book.
The book wasn't what I thought it was going to be and it was just okay for what it was
Not the worst "street lit" book i've ever read. the plot was interesting.
reading it again don't remember how it was.
Good Book dont judge a book by its cover
RK Byers
this was a letdown after "Flyy Girl".
Not a good book at all
slow at first...but picked up
It sucked. Don't read it!!!!
Feb 18, 2009 Ruby rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Omar Tyree, a New York Times best-selling author, a 2001 NAACP Image Award recipient for Outstanding Literature in Fiction, and a 2006 Phillis Wheatley Literary Award winner for Body of Work in Urban Fiction, has published 16 books and has sold nearly 2 million copies worldwide that has generated more than $30 million.
With a degree in Print Journalism from Howard University in 1991, Tyree has bee...more
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