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?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I went into this book wanting to hate Tiffany after the things I read in Juked. Her antics with the team showed no regard for anything outside of their life style. But ME Carter brings us a young woman who is not only redeemable but loveable in Groupie. Anyone who has ever placed their love of something or anyone on the line at a young age runs the risk of misguidance and Carter opens our eyes to this in this book.
I had a much harder time with this book, due completely to the fact that I don't like cheating. The opinion that I had from the previous book about the female made it hard to go into the book with an open mind, and the beginning did not help that at all. I could not help but be biased, and think that he could do much better. That being said, it was a well written book, and by the end, I was glad to see that they were able to overcome everything to be together.
This is my third ME Carter book and wow! I am so excited to share my opinion of this novel. First I just want to say that there were so many times throughout this book where I found myself thinking "this is brilliant". And I mean it. I think this storyline is seriously brilliant. As soon as I started reading this book, I couldn't fathom how more authors hadn't thought to write a book like this before. So....show of hands, how many people have read a book where the main guy is a sexy Alpha male player, and the girl is a quiet, conservative virgin? I'd like to think that the majority of romance readers have read that kind of book before. (If you haven't then obviously you don't read this genre very often lol) Now the kind of book you don't see too often? It's the kind where the girl is the one having sex for fun, while the guy is sitting back and waiting for the perfect girl to swoop in and finally take his virginity. Think it sounds kind of crazy? Maybe it is. But that's what I loved the most about it! Rowen Flanigan may have been a good boy virgin with morals and self respect, but he wasn't cheesy or over the top about it. The way he felt was justified by the things that he said. I understood how a man could feel the way that Rowen felt about sex, even if I have never met one in person. One of my favorite quotes in this book came from Rowen explaining why he was still a virgin: “I’ve seen too many friends over the years who can’t stay faithful to their girlfriends or wives. And I have to wonder, because I don’t know for sure and I have no idea how you would even test the theory, how much of their inability to be faithful is because they got love and lust mixed up at a young age and now they can’t tell the difference?” In my opinion, this was such a believable and wonderful explanation to why Rowen chose to keep his morals and stay a virgin. He did it because he wanted to be sure that he would always want to be faithful. That he would never use sex as a reason to be with someone, or to not be with someone. He didn't want sex to be the number one priority in a relationship. It wasn't a religious choice, or a sappy "I'm waiting to find my one true love" reasoning. It was from his outlook on life, and the fact that he had been a people watcher from the time he was young, and his observations had made him into a different kind of man. Someone who learned from other people's mistakes and/or good choices. But as much as I loved Rowen, the real winner of this book was Tiffany. The fun party girl that didn't care what anyone else thought of her or her choices, that is, until Rowen Flanigan came around. But still, she valued Rowen's opinions of her, but she never regretted her past (besides the times where she had slept with the married men of course). She didn't think that sex that wasn't monogamous was a bad thing. She didn't question who she was as a person, because she knew herself well. She was confident and proud of who she was. She was following her dreams and every choice she made was what she thought was right for her life in that moment. The feminist in me thought she was the type of girl that most women secretly wish they could be. Not meaning that we all want to sleep around and become groupies, but that we all wish we could care a lot less about what people think of our choices. This book was seriously awesome! And if you haven't read it, you really should! Just remember to go into it with an open mind!