Something Is Definitely Missing In White Trash Damaged
Title: White Trash Damaged (White Trash Trilogy #2) Author: Teresa Mummert Format: Print Length: 320 pages Publisher: Gallery Books Rating: 3 Stars Rocker Tucker White saved down-and-out waitress Cass Daniels from everyone in her life who was hurting her—except herself. In the much-anticipated follow-up to White Trash Beautiful, Teresa Mummert’s New York Times and USA Today bestseller, Tucker and Cass are finally together, but does that mean they get their happy ending?
Living on a tour bus with your boyfriend’s rock band is nothing like living in a trailer with your drug-addicted mother—except for the drama. After all the pain and grief that marked the beginning of Cass and Tucker’s relationship, they’re finally building a life together—just the two of them, his three bandmates, some groupies, and thousands of screaming fans. And not everyone is as happy about the couple’s reunion as they are.
The last thing Cass wants to do is create friction within the band—especially when Damaged is on the brink of achieving the success Tucker has worked so hard for. She’s thrilled to finally be with a man who loves and protects her as much as he does. But how can she carve out a place for herself in this new rock star world . . . without being swallowed by the shadow of Tucker’s fame? My Thoughts
White Trash Damaged, the sophomore offering in the White Trash trilogy, follows lovers Cass and Tucker on the road and off to a not so happily ever after. If you are looking for an emotionally intense thrill ride a la Cass and Tucker; this is not the read for you. If you are looking for a more inclusive "band dysfunction" experience, compliments of everyone, with Behind The Music type coverage of life on the road...ummm here you go. That is not to say that there are not a few choice moments featuring our favorite Cinderella and her hot, rocker prince, but nothing of the caliber of the first story. This is a very well written and well paced story; for what it's worth. It is however, a few brickettes shy of the fire that set hearts ablaze in the first book.