This is one of those books that as you start reading through the first few chapters you would love it or hate it. For all of you who'll get the hating feeling, I have a message, KEEP READING!!!
Tiffany is a groupie, a cleat chaser, she loved her life freely enjoying the benefits that being friends with the soccer team bring to her life. But her past indiscretions are about to clash with her present in a big way. Rowen is an exceptional soccer player, a good guy through and though. He's new to his team and the crazy life some of his teammates live is somewhat of a shock to him. When he meets Tiffany he's attracted to her immediately, but would the actions of her past would come back to hunt her and ruin Rowan's perception of her?
There's a beautiful rawness to these characters, especially Tiffany. Their journey is not an easy one by any means, but between the flawless writing and the tender feeling delivered between Tiffany and Rowen, it is a story worth giving a chance to.
I'm going to be very honest with you, like I said at the beginning of this review, the first few chapters of these book were a hard pill to swallow. I thought about stopping reading but this author has always giving me great stories so I stuck with it. And boy, am I glad I did!
Groupie is a story of redemption, a story that shows us that just because we made some bad decisions in the past doesn't mean we are a bad human being. It teach us that those who love us will accept us flaws and all, and they'll stay with us through thick and thin.
"This is the kind of book that makes you want to throw your kindle....no, literally. I threw my damn kindle across the room. But thank baby Jesus it didn't break, because DAYUM! Groupie just made me love M.E. Carter even more!" –Jessica Prince, Author