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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Muse by Susan Daugherty is Book 2 of the Groupie Series. Jackson, the country and western superstar, is on tour with his physical therapist, Lexie, and both are trying to mend broken hearts. What should have been a happy ending for them ended with a single decision, with retaliation that wasn’t truly meant. One day, they may be friends again but, right now, all they have is awkward feelings. Jackson wants her back, but isn’t sure that he could make her happy. For now, he’s happy having her as his muse, as the inspiration behind his new songs, until Travis McCoy enters the scene. Lexi agreed to go on a date with him, a decision that could change things forever. As Jackson tries hard to win Lexie back, more unanswered questions arise about his past. What secrets is he keeping from Lexie? Can they ever find true happiness with each other?
Muse (Book 2 of the Groupie Series) by Susan Daugherty is a great sequel to Groupies. It starts from where book 1 ended, making it easy to pick up the threads, and continues effortlessly through this remarkable story. Sometimes, I find that sequels are not as good as the first book, but that is definitely not the case with Muse. It is every bit as good, if not better than Groupies as Ms. Daugherty takes us on yet another rollercoaster ride through the lives of the two main protagonists. The character development continues strong, with more details about the characters coming out through the story, and truly bringing them to life. This is a story of many emotions; laughter, love, heartache, to name just a few, and they all meld together in one truly unforgettable tale. Great story, recommended for anyone who wants a delightful story to get their teeth into – do read book 1 first! Really looking forward to reading more from Ms. Daugherty in the future.