Rating: 3.5 Groupie Stars
"I really don't see what you in a slut like me, Greer."
"My mother's the whore in the family. I'm just your average, everyday slut."
I have to this is the most interesting book I have read in awhile. The premise was different than most books and I was intrigued from the very beginning. I was confused during parts because I wasn't sure where the author was trying to go with the story line. Was she slut or wasn't she?
"I lost my virginity on the floor of my sister's bedroom. I was sixteen years old. It wasn't pretty. It wasn't good. It wasn't in the slightest bit romantic.
Denver is one of the best barrel runners around but you wouldn't know it by talking to her. She is humble and low key. She just wants to ride her horse and take care on the ranch. Boys weren't supposed to be in the plan. But after her mother's "men" keep trying to make advances at her she decides that if she isn't so "innocent" then they will leave her alone. She goes to the one person she knows has loved her his entire life to "help" her with her "problem" virginity.
"..An innocence that many were determined to rip away and own for themselves."
"What I didn't bargain for was what I'd felt when it was all said and done..absolutely nothing."
Greer was the perfect boy next door and he has been in love with Denver since the day he met her. He knew she had issues and that he would have to fight for her love. He just never realized how used he would feel about it. When Denver asks him to be her first, he hesitates only because he wants it to be right, now because she feels like she is taking something away from the "sick bastards." But he can only turn her down so many times.
"Because when it's not you I'm with, my mind makes it so. Because I'm sick of playing games. Because it's always been you, chicken."
"Of course, I'd known I was using him. I knew he was aware of that too, but he had never called me on it quite like that before."
Going to college was going to change everything for Denver. She left Greer behind and was going to make something of herself in barrel racing and never look back. When she meets Ransom, she feels a stirring she hasn't felt in a long time. But Greer returns to complicate matters and now Ransom has heard the whispers and is ignoring her. Denver isn't sure how she feels about it but you can't change what people believe..or can you?
Greer or Ransom....could you choose?
This book left me a little lost. The synopsis sounded so great and the book held such promise. It wasn't horrible but I feel that the emotional connection lacked a little and there needed to be a little clarity in parts of the book.
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