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(Groupie #3)

4.07  ·  Rating details ·  1,441 ratings  ·  136 reviews
In the final book of Ginger Voight's Groupie Trilogy, Andy and Vanni have returned to Los Angeles to prepare for the birth of their child. A reformed Ladies' Man, Giovanni Carnevale now embarks on a life of monogamy with the woman he loves, but the ghosts of his past still continue to haunt their newfound happiness.

The Wilke family wants to see him pay for the damage he h
Paperback, 298 pages
Published February 2nd 2013 by CreateSpace
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Angie - Angie's Dreamy Reads
Feb 09, 2013 rated it really liked it


I said Vanniriffic.....


It's CRAZY to say this but I fell in love with Vanni in the last installment of this brilliant trilogy. I know! I know!! I'm surprised as hell myself. Vanni is a different man in this book. His growth and maturity just sucked me in. I NEVER thought this would happen...honestly! I seriously hated the guy in book 1 Groupie, then in book 2 Rock Star I felt myself softening towards him and in this
Tessamari ♥Many Waters...♥ ~ Sweet Spot Book Blog
Four Stars

**If you have not read the first two books, Groupie and Rock Star, please stop here and read them first. The following review may contain spoilers.**

Vanni and Andy (these pics are from the Groupie Facebook page)
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It was what he always thought a honeymoon would be like. He just needed to find the one woman he’d ever want to marry. Now he knew with all certainty that woman was Andy.

First off, a huge, massive THANK YOU to the fabulous Ginger Voight for allowing little ole me to Beta
Alexis *Reality Bites*
SPOILER FREE REVIEW -mature content reader discretion is advised.
4 STARS out of 5
Genre: Contemporary Romance
--Side Note: If you have not read books 1&2 do not read this review---

After reading Groupie book 1 in this series, and having mixed emotions I never thought I would end up thoroughly enjoying this series! But I did!!! I absolutely loved it!!!

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If only it was that easy...
Mogul picks up right where Rock Star left off. Andy and Vanni are finally together and are expecting a baby. Vanni ha
This series started off good and just went downhill with each book leaving me, as the reader, wondering why I spent time on these characters and tried caring for them. It just frustrates me when contemporary books set in modern time just throw out common sense just so there can be more drama. More drama does not equal better story. Also there will be spoilers to the previous books, possible for this book as well.

In the final book of the Groupie series. Vanni has impregnated two women. One he cla
Nikki Nik
Feb 25, 2013 rated it did not like it

I'm tempted to give this 1 star. Not for the writing/story. The writing was pretty good and would get 4 stars from me.

My problem is with the characters. Specifically Vanni. I just don't like him, and could not warm up to him. I hated him from book 1, and he never redeemed himself to me.

I guess it came down to this (from Book 1):

There are two guys. 1 jumps in front of a bullet for you, and the other one ducks and leaves you standing there. I'm sorry, but the one who tried to protect me wi
Kim Person
Jan 06, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I'm literally stunned right now at a loss for FREAKING words!! My God, MOGUL was AAAHHHHHMAAAAZZZZINNNNGGGG! Of course it picks up right where Rock Star left off so to be this far into the series you have to be familiar with the "players." I have to admit that when I started Mogul I was literally doing this BEFORE I was 10% into the book.................

Oh you are so going to do the same thing! You will go a little crazy too! Mogul brought more of Vanni's thoughts to the forefront and allowed us
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Cue song...Dokken - Alone Again Without You...Now read....
HOW?...WHY?...did I ever let this book/series sit on my TBR list (smacking myself upside my head). Hands down Ginger Voights Groupie trilogy (Groupie, Rockstar and Mogul) is one of my all-time favorite rock star romance reads EVER. I read...or should I say devoured all three books in a few days. I haven’t been so in love with a series since SC Stephens Thoughtless series. I am in no way comparing the two...except for my love of both (and
BRILLIANT!!! What a ride!!! This was one of the most emotional triolgies I've read but it was worth it.

Really enjoyed all the characters and the story and was happy to see everyone [who deserved it] got their HEA in the end.

If you are in the mood to read about sexy rock stars, women who love them, behind the scenes look at the entertainment industry and all the ugly that comes with it, you will definitely enjoy this trilogy.

Looking forward to more of Ginger Voight's work.

I read the three books over the weekend and I think my thoughts/feelings on this series can be summed up in one sentence -----

The three books can be lumped into one if you remove all the unnecessary, repetitive and dragging plots in between.

Aug 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
Boy this series finished with a great final installment. HEA- check. Characters growing and learning (with a lot of kicking and screaming fighting not too every step of the way) check. Characters finally finding who they should be with - check.

Please just make sure you have your support system in place for this series read.... mine is cheesecake, :D
America Matthew
Feb 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Omg I just finish wow just wow what an epic ending to an already awesome series just when I thought I couldn't love a book more you go ahead and blow my mind Ginger I'm in complete awe of your amazing writing freaking fantastic book I'm beyond words at this point 5 starts definitely doesn't do the trick
Jun 07, 2013 rated it really liked it
Not a review for Mogul alone

The Groupie Trilogy by Ginger Voight
Series: Groupie #1-3
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: Adult
Release Date: February 5th 2013
Print Length: 734 pages
Format: Kindle DRC
Source: received from Author for honest review
Review Date: June 6th 2013
Cover Rating: 4 stars
Overall Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality Rating: Hot

Spoiler Free Review:
I don’t even know where to start with this book(s). My emotions are flying high upon finishing this 734 page trilogy. It took me a wee
Feb 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I purchased the Mogul as soon as it went live but I could not read it. Only because I had to prepare myself, I was psyching myself up because groupie/rockstar took me on a emotional roller coaster
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I believe those were two of the most angsty books I have read. I had never had so many emotions firing off all at once. It drove me crazy but I loved it. When I finished them I was experiencing so much. Hate, hurt, disgust, love, indecisiveness, pain, longing, rage and the list goes on and on.

So when
Lisa Kane
Feb 02, 2013 rated it really liked it
“His voracious lust for “strange” had compromised the integrity of their relationship.”

Ginger Voight’s Mogul continues where Rock Star left off. Giovanni Carnevale, “Vanni” is back with Andy Foster, the love of his life; the less on- again, than more off- again, love of his life. Andy finds herself ecstatically happy at being pregnant with Vanni’s baby. There are a myriad of legal problems; Vanni’s meltdown after his last break up with Andy resulted in Baylee Wilkes becoming paralyzed after acce
Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Mogul is the last book in this series and I seriously cried no BALLED my eyes out after reading this book. Holy SHIZ is the only word I have for this book. So many things have happened between Andy and Graham, and Vanni. Graham was hurt and is recovering from his injuries and with the help of Andy he is doing great but Vanni in Mogul has finally yes finally grown a set of balls and has decided to change his ways and yes ladies and gentlemen he has finally GROWN UP! I have to say that Groupie and ...more
Brandee - Brandee's Book Endings
I was provided an ARC of this book for an honest review.....

Buckle your seatbelt for a CRAZY roller coaster ride with this series...... I am typically the kind of girl that NEEDS to have her Happily Ever After in my books and my "book boyfriends" need to W-O-W me with their qualities - even those bad boy rock stars have those right?!? AND I am a sucker for a Rock Star Book!

Why do I need to tell you this?.........

Let me start by saying there is a disclaimer to this series - which makes this all t
Jan 25, 2013 rated it really liked it
Okay, these books are D.R.A.M.A

They keep you holding on and unable to look away, and it's pretty awesome.. Sometimes it's a bit much and you have to take a break and go back..

I don't know where to begin.. Mogul brings us to Vanni and Andy, expecting a baby and trying to find an easy way to tell the world that they are a couple. Of course we already know these two have drama and loads of baggage because Vanni has never put Andy first. That is my biggest issue with him, he says how much he loves
Jan 11, 2013 rated it liked it
The Groupie series avoids the pitfalls of most series that tend to rehash the same plot line over several books. The storyline here evolves, the characters mature and readers are taken along for the ride as the story unfolds. Book 1 gave us Andy's heartache over Vanni's narcissism. In Rock Star, Vanni takes the initial steps to his redemption but not before his self-destructive ways leaves behind several things in ruin. In Mogul, Vanni completes his redemption. He has matured. He owns up to his ...more
Dec 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
It took me longer to finish this installment - not sure if it was because it was over - or if the prologue nearly killed me. I think it was the latter and I spent my time reading - just waiting for that to happen.

I was ready for Andy to get her Happily Ever After - I was ready 2 books ago for that to happen. So when Julian, Holly, Leo and Donnie all enter into the picture to scheme to get what they want I was a bit on edge. But in the end revenge is sweet.

The road to forever has been paved wi
Andrea Dillon
May 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Ok...I'll say it...I cried a little (by a little I mean hiding under the covers with a tissue). This book killed me...but I finally stopped wanting to smack all the characters!!!! Yay!!!!! Is it wrong that I wish there was a fast forward 20 years??? I know I always want more I can't help it lol. I have to say that I thought all was lost by the end. I'm happy for how it ended. It was a bit weird in some aspects...graham and andy but good. I think I actually began to fall for Vanni in this one. I ...more
Dec 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I got the opportunity to beta read for Ginger. Who is incredible by the way, an amazing writer. If you thought Groupie & Rock Star was angsty.. wait till you read this one. What a story!!! This was by far my favorite of the series. As I was reading it, I felt connected to the characters as if I actually knew them. Throught the series you really get to know them, & I personally felt like I grew with them. There's no doubt in my.mind that everyone's going to love it!! I don't want to give ...more
Jeffrey Mayo
Nov 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
The third, and in my opinion, best book in the Groupie trilogy (hoping for another one HINT HINT). You won't be disappointed with this roller-coaster of a book.

Mogul picks up where Rock Star left off, with the love to hate Vanni. Will he finally treat Andy right or will she run back to Graham, AND who exactly is the father of Andy's baby-all is finally answered. The Wilke family is back with a vengeance as is unstable Holly-threatening the happy ending!

It was great to get back into the story an
Kimberly Rinaldi
Feb 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
"This is the real gift," he told her as he turned her to face the city. He held her from behind as they watched the sky catch ablaze with a fiery sunset. "You see that?" he whispered against her ear, and she nodded breathlessly. "That's your present."

"What?" she whispered.

"The world," he answered as he turned her back around and looked deep into her eyes. "I'm going to give it to you."

Vanni & Andy <3
Aug 13, 2013 rated it really liked it

"And then, just like every other time in their relationship, they dared believe they were bulletproof - karma kicked them both in the ass..."

Oct 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love and forever

This couple went to help and back. Vanni wss.paying for his.past, his love and leave them approach. But his love for Andy just grew and grew. They are finally together after so many kids and Andy's heart breaking again by Vanni. But you can't give up. Vanni realizes he truly loves her and wants her by his side. But other people close to him have different thoughts and their greed for money has them doing things that shouldn't be. But the story unfolds and you're trying to figure
This instalment took much longer to gain the height of drama the previous two books did. (Groupie, Rock Star)

This book pretty much played out like a broken record. There wasn't anything 'new' added, it was a case of tying up old ends.
Jul 14, 2017 rated it liked it
Glad that it's over. All this turmoil because of a man with a big ego. This was a first for me by this author and the writing was great but cheating is a no go for me. Vanni just couldn't redeem himself with me.
Cindy Wiste
Feb 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Awesome series, could not stop reading!!
Feb 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: angst and drama lovers
Loved this series!!! The rock star status took a back seat in this one. It was more about the growth of the characters and them learning to trust each other in the midst of some pretty heavy obstacles. They finally figured out what they really wanted and decided they were going to make a conscious effort to not repeat past mistakes. And I'm talking about all of them....Vanni, Andy, Graham, Maggie, etc. Lots of growing pains and self discovery going on here. They were tempted, oh yes, but they fi ...more
Spoiler Whore-Momoa
Dec 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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4.5 stars

The final installment to the Groupie series will not leave you disappointed. It still has all the elements except for the cheating from the previous books. Vanni is still Vanni, making the idiotic choices that continue to hurt Andy. Andy is still Andy, loving and forgiving Vanni. Graham is still Graham. He's recovering well and is still in love with Andy until Maggie finally gets thru to him. All the characters bring different emotions thru the book. Anger, frustration(Vanni), heartache
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Ginger Voight is a screenwriter and bestselling author with over twenty published titles in fiction and nonfiction. She covers everything from travel to politics in nonfiction, as well as romance, paranormal, and dark, “ripped from the headlines” topics like Dirty Little Secrets.

Ginger discovered her love for writing in sixth grade, courtesy of a Halloween assignment. From then on, writing became

Other books in the series

Groupie (4 books)
  • Groupie (Groupie, #1)
  • Rock Star (Groupie, #2)
  • Vanni: A Prequel (Groupie, #4)