- File Size: 1386 KB
- Print Length: 281 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 4, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MFE7V6F
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,979 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Groupie (Texas Mutiny Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 281 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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So once I read Juked, I had to read the next book in the series. It can be read as a standalone, but having the background on some of the characters was a plus. When I started this story and found out that it was about Tiffany, a cleat-chaser, soccer groupie I was curious where this story would pan out.
You see, we often read about the bad boys in books. The ones that womanize and seduce women. We don't usually read about a woman who does this to men. I noticed that some of the reviews were not good due to the fact that this story was about a "whore" or "slut". Why is it okay to read about men like that but not women? Needless to say, I was intrigued.
Tiffany Wendel is an ex college soccer player turned sports producer at a local TV station. Tiffany is know within the soccer circle with a terrible reputation. She is known for things she has done with soccer players at parties. ME Carter did an amazing job depicting the things that actually go on at these parties of these players. Tiffany has done things that I can not even believe actually happen.
She meets the new player, the rookie. Rowen Flanigan is an all around good guy and comes from soccer royalty. When Rowen meets Tiffany, he takes an interest in her and immediately wants to get to know her. In the process, he is shocked when he learns of her past and current lifestyle. He wants to be with her but can't compete with what she has done with his teammates. Rowan is still a virgin and wants to save himself for marriage.
Once Tiffany gets to know Rowen, she finds herself wanting to change. She wants to change her ways and be him and him alone. Together, they go through lots of ups and downs. There is drama, emotions and broken hearts in the process.
This romance is not your typical romance and ME Carter does an amazing job with the real, the messy and the love between these two characters.
I never thought that I would find myself cheering on the 'slut'. But by the end of the story, I found myself wanting to help Tiffany and Rowen have their happy ending.
This is a must read for it being sexy, surprising and all around different. I am hooked on your words ME Carter and I can't wait to read book 3, Goalie.
5 Mind Blown Stars!!
“So you’re a groupie.” I blink in surprise. It’s not as simple as answering yes or no. “That’s what some people call me.” “What do you call yourself?” “A fan.” “A fan,” he deadpans. I shrug. “A super-‐fan?” “That’s probably more accurate.”
Tiffany is a 22-year-old sports producer. She loves sports, and loves the job she that she has. Tiffany is a free woman, who isn’t shy about her sexuality and she enjoys having sex. Being a groupie/friend to the Texas Mutiny soccer team gives her what she needs; lots of hot sex with her friends, no strings attached. She doesn’t care if her boys are married or not; she doesn’t think of the consequences of their parties, it’s all fun. The moment Tiffany meets Rowan she knows he’s different. He treats her so very differently than his team mates, and slowly she begins to wonder if being a groupie is worth is all.
“I’ve never claimed to be anything other than what I am. I’m not here to snag a player as a husband. I’ve never striven to become a wife or girlfriend, or WAG as they’re more commonly called. I just like partying with the guys, and I love sex. Period. The end. So why does Rowen’s opinion matter to me?”
Rowan is the Texas Mutiny rookie. As the son of a soccer legend he has grown up with football, it’s basically all he knows. From an early age his parents have taught him to treat women with respect, his coach in college also told him to be an example, not to be a player. Groupies are not unfamiliar to Rowan, but to see his teammates party with them and the things they do… To say Rowan is shocked is an understatement, especially because he actually likes one of the groupies. Tiffany intrigues Rowan, he doesn’t like her actions, but he sees her as a nice girl and he wants to get to know her.
“Even with the hot water pounding my muscles, I can’t relax. Just knowing what these guys think of Tiffany, the way they talk about her behind her back, it’s enough to make me want to beat the s*** out of them.”
The moment Tiffany and Rowan meet there is a connection between them. Tiffany is a bit surprised; Rowan doesn’t want sex like the other men, he wants to talk to her, wants to know her. After a bit of a rocky start the couple starts to spend a lot of time together, and Tiffany learns that there is much more to a relation then just sex. It’s about the intimacy, about friendship and getting to know each other’s hopes and dreams. Rowan has a hard time with Tiffany’s history, but he knows if he wants to be with her, he needs to let go. With a past like Tiffany’s you can feel something is about to happen, and of course it does. But Rowan, the gentleman he is, doesn’t want to dwell in the past, all he wants is a future with the beautiful girl.
As I already said, I didn’t like Tiffany in the previous book. She’s the party girl who doesn’t mind to have sex with married men, it’s just fun for her. But slowly, I started to like her, my heart broke for her when the bomb burst. She didn’t deserve it. Yes, her actions where not smart and she didn’t think about the people (namely the wives and girlfriends) she hurt while partying with her boys. But she didn’t do it alone, the men are just as responsible as she is, even more because they are in committed relationships. But this is the way society sees groupies; guys get a pat on the shoulders for sleeping with them, while the girls get shamed for being easy. I love how Rowan looks through Tiffany’s façade, and saw the sweet, smart girl she is.
“I try to convey how much reverence I have for her in my touch. To show her how precious she is to me. “I love you, Rowen,” she says, her voice breaking with emotion. “I love you, too, Tiffany. So, so much.”
I never thought I would love Groupie, but I do. I give the story of Rowan and Tiffany 4.5 stars. I can’t wait for the next book, Goalie.
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HOT DAMN. M.E. Carter knows how to push those limits. I actually have to laugh at some of the negative reviews for Groupie.Read more