Groupie (Texas Mutiny #2) by M.E. Carter

Every Slut Has a Story

Groupie (texas mutiny #2)

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?

Genre: FICTION / Sports

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English

Keywords: soccer, sports romance

Word Count: 79456

Sales info:

This has been the hardest selling book in the series because of the topic. I have discovered American readers don't like stories about a bad GIRL. They prefer bad boys.

That being said, it was Top 1000 on Amazon on release week. It's sold over 2000 copies and has had roughly 150,000 page reads. It's also done very well on Audible, however I don't get credit for page reads if they purchase the audible through KU so I'm not sure how many additional downloads there are.

The reviews for those who have read it are awesome. Many people claim it as their favorite book in the series, myself included. :)

Sample text:

“Hey, Rookie!  How have your first couple of weeks been?” 

Daniel Zavaro sits down on the bar stool next to mine.  All I’ve ever wanted since I could walk is to play soccer for a living, and now I am.  A lot of people would say it was inevitable.  Or that I didn’t have to work as hard as the others.  They may think they know my dad.  But they don’t really know him.  Or me.  And they have no idea the effort I’ve put in to distance myself from his reputation so I could make one for myself.  I’m not ashamed to admit I’m really proud of what I’ve accomplished. 

“Really good so far.  Thanks for asking.”  Daniel has been captain of the Texas Mutiny, the team I play for, for a few years.  Not only is he a kick-ass forward, he’s really respected in the league for being a stand-up guy, family man, local legend, and all around fantastic leader.  I was really excited when I found out I was going to be working with him.  The biggest scandal he’s been involved in his entire career is dating someone with a kid in the last couple of months.

That’s the type of scandal I can handle.  I’m much too low-key to enjoy public drama. 

People think I’m shy, but I’m not.  I just like to observe.  I like to watch the subtle movements they make.  Their “tells.”  I feel like I really get to know them that way, instead of filling up space with mindless chatter. 

Considering the noise level in this hotel lobby, where my teammates are hanging out, I might be the only one who feels that way.

Daniel slaps me on the back.  “We want you to feel welcome, Rowen.  You’ve got an amazing ability to think four or five passes ahead and have killer crosses into the box..."


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Sharon Smith
Already translated. Translated by Fabielle Cruz
Author review:
This is my second time of working with Fabielle. She's amazing. Always communicative about where we are in process. Always professional. And works right alongside me to do some promotions. I feel like I lucked out when she offered to translate my books!
Already translated. Translated by Eva María Medina Cabanelas and Adelina Garrido Mendoza

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