Jess James wants to be a lawyer and is struggling to find the money to pay for law school. She is exhausted from working all the hours she can get as a cocktail waitress when her boss makes her stop the couple in the restroom from doing the naughty or completing the naught. The guy is Pete Steele, bassist for Sinful Serenade.
Pete's management wants him to stop the wild parting and screwing his way through the groupies in Los Angeles. Jess James is the perfect solution. Their arrangement is beneficial to both. She plays his wholesome girlfriend and he pays her tuition. Somewhere the lie starts to become truth except Jess can't have her heart broken again.
I am way too old to be a groupie, but I am hooked on Sinful Serenade. I loved that this book was a standalone. Too many times you pick up the fourth in a series and need a play by play guide to figure out what is going on. I read the first several chapters before realizing that this was part of a series.
I liked Jess and her determination to realize her goal. She bettered Pete. This was a great read, perfect for the beach or pool.
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