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    I did not expect to love Tiffany, but I did

    I gotta be honest, while I was very excited to finally be able to read this book I had my trepidations about Tiffany and whether I was going to like her, let alone love her. She was the 'bad' girl, the party girl who was unapologetic about who she is (which is inspiring), but that sometimes meant she couldn't see she was hurting someone (the wife or girlfriend) by sleeping with committed men. Don't get me wrong, it takes two to tango, it wasn't Tiffany who made a vow to stay faithful, in my opinion these men should be judge more harshly than 'the other woman'. I didn't think I had some pre-conceived ideas or bias, but reading Groupie made me realise I do. If this was the Hero, and he slept around, we wouldn't blink an eye, and we actually don't. How many books are out there where the male cheat or help someone else cheat on their spouse but they are forgiven? The same couldn't be said about women, Tiffany's story just goes to show that there are double standards, she gets slut shamed for something a man would have been cheered and congratulated on. It was Rowen who saw beyond that surface value that Tiffany shows everyone, he saw her beauty, her intelligence, her passion for sports, her humour underneath it all. Did she make mistakes? Yes, did she learn from them? Absolutely, and some of them in the most horrible and cruel way. She is flawed, which just makes her a human being like the rest of us. I'll be honest, I did not expect to fall in love with her, I did not expect my heart to break into a million pieces for her, I did not expect to cry for her and her pain, but I did. I fell in love with her confidence, with her independence, with how comfortable she was in her own skin, with how unapologetic she was about her personality, her beauty, her smarts. That's why, when she lost those things, when she started getting self-conscious and started to doubt herself, it broke my heart. I admire Tiffany, her resilience, her courage and how brave she is. "Because it’s what I do." ^^You'll get this quote once you read the book, but I shed a tear for Tiffany right here. Then there is Rowe, wow. Where does even begin? I don't think I've ever fallen in love so quickly with a male character, he wins all book boyfriend battles. Here is a man, truly a man, who know himself, and what he wants out of life. Here is someone who truly has principles and values and lives by them. He is so swoon worthy and so in tune with his emotions: "She rejoins the group of women she came with, turns, and flashes me the most beautiful smile. I think I’m in love." This here is a man who is not afraid of commitment, who truly is a good guy and so freaking sexy. He is not perfect, and perfection is not what one should strive to be, he is human so he is flawed, but what he strives to be is good. That's what I love about him, how good he is, to his core. "I want to know that the only person I’ve ever felt from the inside out, the only person whose eyes I’ve looked into in the throes of passion, in the most intimate moment two people can share…. I want to know the person I have all that with is the one I love more than anyone or anything else in the world, forever.” My brain shorts out. That may be the sexiest thing I’ve ever heard in my life." This book while being entertaining and had it's hilarious, witty comedic relief moments, also hit me right in the feels, it taught some good life lessons and had a strong message about being non-judgemental, about social media and treatment of women, and of empowering. I'm amazed by this author and I can't wait to read Goalie, and see how she redeems Santos. I highly recommend this amazing book.

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