on November 4, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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a person, especially a young woman, who regularly follows a celebrity in the hope of meeting or getting to know them.
See example Tiffany Wendel:
Whore. Slut. Cleat Chaser. I’m used to the names so they don’t bother me. These are my boys. My friends. So what if I like to have dirty sex with them? My body is no one’s business but mine.
Why is Rowen Flanigan making me re-think how I live my life? Making me question my choices? He’s only a rookie.
a member of an athletic team in his first full season in that sport.
See example Rowen Flanigan:
Player. Son of a legend. Rookie.
Sure, I’d heard the stories of the groupies before. Who hasn’t? I’ve just been more sheltered than my teammates. So what? I didn’t expect her to be smart. Witty. Kind. She brings me to my knees in every way – except one.
That part? I’m saving until the time is right.
So how in the hell did I end up falling for a Groupie like Tiffany? And how in the hell is this going to work when everyone at my job has had a piece of the one thing I haven’t?
After finishing this book I had to walk away and think long and hard before I composed a review. Different than my other romance reads, it was refreshing to see the traditional male/female rolls flipped.
Groupie brings us, for lack of better wording, a female whore and an innocent male. As refreshing as it was, I still found myself struggling to see Tiffany as the no nonsense manizer. Which is totally a personal issue not a storyline issue. I did find Tiffany extremely likable. Seeing her transition was heartwarming. Growing from past indiscretions propels Tiffany and Rowen’s relationship to levels neither one expected. An enjoyable follow up to Juked, Groupie brought us a new couple, let us revisit old ones, and paved the way for a new love affair to follow.