- File Size: 1230 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQYU66E
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,290 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Goalie (Texas Mutiny Book 3) Kindle Edition
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It's was heartbreaking and sad seeing the consequences for the family. So many emotions. Let's face it here is the double standard with Santos. I was shocked he doesn't see what was wrong until it all falls apart of him. When he realizes he is living a double life, the disparity is so obvious when his is with his team. That is something to suss out why, I mean it's not something new the cheating but there was something to think about his actions. I wanted to know for sure. I would also think he should know better, all about choices in that. His wake up call starts now. A case of don't know what you got till it's gone. He had it so good supportive, thoughtful and kind wife and he took it for granted. Santos is a good dad and a good husband but he lost himself that was just sad that. He lost a lot of things, when they get to heart of the matter it's taking it all in. I like that he was proactive and did something get to the bottom of shit. I think he proved himself and made himself more worthy.
I'm torn really how I wanted this to go but I wanted to keep my mind open. I have to applaud them for trying to seek another way to salvage or fight for their marriage. Those truth bombs though can't ignore and eye openers it hurts. It's brutally intense, but they learned a lot about themselves. It can never be easy owning up to your own shortcomings. Shit is getting real folks. I'm impressed though they how honest they got. You know it's bad when you feel like you cry and not know it. Even though I can't really relate to their situation the emotions are there and it hits you. It doesn't have to be marriage basically any relationship after getting it's foundation shaken.
They had a lot of obstacles and issues to work on and that will be a process. I'm glad we both of their PoVs for this one it's crucial in the overall. It's work but they handled things with maturity and gained something. It showed the situation as it is no sugarcoating no excuses. If you want something you have to fight for it, if you want forgiveness you need to earn it.
I like that it gave a new perspective on that subject. I can see drastic shift in everything and realizations for both of them, no cut and dry right of wrong answer in their circumstances. It was great that they put the kids well being first over many things and remained amicable, co-parenting without bitterness. I felt like there were many ways this story could've gone too. M.E. Carter made it as real as possible, brought out the emotions of the topic while maintaining neutral.
Goalie was truly an emotional and honest journey for Santos and Mariana, reading it isn't easy on the feels. They went through the wringer and back, a lot of individual growth and changes were made. I really kept thinking about that one thing mentioned the decisions you make are yours and yours alone, all relationships are different. I'm sure not everyone will agree or understand the outcome here but for me I'm satisfied. Some people say you throw in the towel too early but when is it too early? It certainly made me think of all the couples who have lasted I'm sure they had their fair share of roadblocks and hardships but what did make them go through it all? Food for thought. This isn't a simple love story, it's real and honest.
“Santos, I love you, so, so much. There is no doubt that you are the love of my life...But love isn’t enough.”
I appreciated that I was not expected to accept an apology from Santos and just forgive and forget. And I definitely did not expect how deeply I felt for this couple! How could I possibly connect with and fall for the serial cheater, the bad guy????
“You can hate me all you want, Mari, but you will never, ever hate me as much as I hate myself.”
This story was a journey that I traveled with Mari and Santos. I loved the insight into their marriage, a real relationship, how much work they put into it and how much work it really takes to make a relationship work.
"Sometimes you have to endure a little more pain in order to heal,"
Reading Juked and Groupie, I fell in love with this author's stories, while reading Goalie I fell in love with this author!
I connected with Mariana. I felt what she was feeling. The turmoil she went through, hit me hard. I wanted to reach through the pages of the book and hug her. Honestly, I wanted to become best friends with her. I just wanted to be there for her.
And Santos. Did I hate him? Yes at first, but the way ME Carter wrote this, that hate went away and something else stepped in. I don't want to call it sympathy but I came to an understanding.
Unique, outstanding, un-put-downable.
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Santos and Maria's story is not one to be missed. I've thoroughly enjoyed each book in this series, although Goalie can be read as a stand alone.Read more