- 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: #89,693 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Groupie (Texas Mutiny Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Let me start by saying this book was really, really well-written. It is a rollercoaster of emotions for both the reader and the characters. It is a love story that will break your heart a few times, before putting it back together. This isn't a sunshine and roses kind of romance. This is raw, real, messy, ugly and beautiful.
Some of the scenes were very uncomfortable for me to read. As in, made me physically sick to my stomach. What Tiffany and the other groupies would do for the team made my head spin. And without even giving it a second thought. It wasn't that Tiffany necessarily thought that she didn't deserve better than how the players treated her, but more that she loved the rush of sex and was addicted to being the centre of attention as a team groupie. She was convinced that these guys were her friends and that what stayed behind closed doors would stay there. It didn't matter if the player was married, attached or single, Tiffany and the groupie girls were at their service.
Rowen the rookie, couldn’t believe what he was seeing his new teammates doing at the after parties. As the son of a very famous pro-footballer, he’d of course heard stories about groupies, but he’d managed to avoid it until he arrived on scene with the Mutiny. To say he was appalled at the behaviour of both the women and his teammates would be putting it mildly. He was brought up to respect women, to be certain that sex was going to mean something before giving it away and to be faithful to the person you love. Rowen wasn’t even really a drinker, but he wanted to fit in with his new teammates, so he was trying to be a good sport by attending the parties. Imagine his surprise when he finds out that the beautiful, smart, funny woman he was flirting with at a bar earlier in the week, is Tiffany, the reigning queen of the groupies (among other things).
He’s shocked, but smitten with her none the less. Rowen has a hard time making sense of the two sides of Tiffany that he’s met. He knows there’s so much more to her than the locker room gossip and her the reputation that precedes her, but can the conservative, quiet Rowen look past, well…her past? Even if she decides to give Rowen a chance, she’s shown that she has no problem helping husbands cheat on their wives, so why wouldn’t she cheat on Rowen? Why would she be willing to take things slowly with Rowen, when she can get action whenever she wants it? Why? Because Rowen wants to give her everything. His love, his life, his body and when he commits to something or someone, he’s all in.
The odds are definitely stacked against them. Even if Rowen can get past his insecurities and Tiffany is willing to live a little more on the tame side of life, they have so many other people working against them. It’s not an easy road for either of them. In fact the journey is quite gut-wrenching and at times, I wondered how they could possibly make this work. But when two stubborn people decide to fight for what they want, it takes a lot more than disapproval, cruelty and threats to break them apart.
An emotional, eye-opening, surprising love story.
No cliffhanger. Standalone. Second book in the Texas Mutiny series. HEA.
ME Carter has blown me away in the last month as I read Daniel and Quincey's story [Juked] and now, Rowen and Tiffany's. I never thought that I would love a sport series so much! I know almost NOTHING about soccer, and while I'm learning a little about the game, I love learning about these characters and their lives more. I love seeing the growth in these people, and how they change and adapt from the beginning of the book, to the very end.
Rowen is a Football Legend's kid, his father well known in the European circuit. Tiffany is a groupie who follows the team around, parties with them and has kind of a bad reputation. We first met both characters in Juked, as Daniel is on the team with the rookie, and Quincey has a few run ins with Tiffany. They were both just side characters, and at that point, I wanted to hate Tiffany. Don't get me wrong, you do NOT have to read Juked to read Groupie, but you're going to want to read it as soon as you finish! This series is amazing and ME Carter is a master of all the words!
I especially loved Geni, and her growth in understanding towards Tiffany, and eventually her protectiveness. I bawled at one point towards the 3/4 mark when Quincey relayed to Tiffany what Geni said about her and a situation that happened.... it was so wonderful to see the girl relationships grow as much as the romance in the story. But, ME... I wanted to know... did they ever get her apartment door repainted? LOL
I think it was Tiffany's honesty and her no regrets attitude for her past that made me like her. And Rowan. He's adorable. Probably not the right word for it and if he knew I said that, he'd turn bright red. But it was how he fell in love with her past, present and future. He might not have agreed with her past but it was part of her.
What I love about ME Carter and her writing, she takes ideas, things you don't normally read about, like groupies, and actually makes you kind of fall in love with them. This book proves, your past makes who you are but doesn't define your future.