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After Math is one of those books that surprises you at ever turn. I was not expecting to love it as much as I did and it's a testament to the talent of Denise Grover Swank. I don't think there is a genre she can't write.
After Math is a new adult romance that does not have over the top angst, which I loved. I not much of an angsty girl. Instead it was a very relatable story of two seeming opposite people who finally find love and acceptance they never though possible.
Tucker and Scarlett are two very broken people. They each hide who they really are to the world for fear of rejection and pain. While Tucker plays at being the fun party guy who is the king of campus, Scarlett is content with putting her nose in a book and hiding from the world.
Tucker enters Scarlett worlds needing her help to pass a class. Scarlett believes she has Tucker pegged until she starts to unravel the strings of his life and sees the real the Tucker. A boy who only wants someone who loves him for who he is not and what he can do for them. In getting closer to Tucker, Scarlet finally lets someone in, but is she only headed for heartbreak.
Tucker trust no one because everyone he loves has left him and those who are around him, use him for what he can do for them. Scarlett is the first person who doesn't put up with his BS and challenges him at every turn. Tucker is powerless from falling in love with Scarlett, but will Tucker stop punishing himself to let Scarlett love him back or will he walk away like he always does.
Loved getting to know both of these characters and seeing their journey from pain and heartbreak to love and healing. My only quibble is I felt like the ending was a little to quick but overall and insightful and enjoyable read.
Tucker has secrets. He can be funny, sweet and caring. Scarlett is unlike any other woman he knows and he likes that. He loves to be with Scarlett. He’s happy with her. Scarlett also has secrets. She’s smart, insecure and sweet. She works very hard and knows what she wants in her life. I loved them together. It took some time before they were together, but it felt right.
The book doesn’t end with a cliffhanger, but there is another book about Tucker and Scarlett. I’m happy about that, because the ending felt rushed. Scarlett forgave Tucker a little too easily. I’m really curious about what will happen in the continuation.
Tucker I didn't get into as much as I had hoped. Obviously he is damaged and comes with his set of issues. I felt for him and had the heartstring pull to want to help him, but I didn't get to know him as well as I usually do with Denise's male leads. I did appreciate how he could recognize the struggles Scarlett was having and strived to help her through them and I also liked how she called Tucker out on most of his games and bs.
I do wish that there was more depth to each of their backstories. They each presented facts about their respective lives, but I think that there could have been more expansion. I don't know what to ultimately make of the situations with Marcel and Jason. I think those could have used a bit more explanation too or resolution. The ending felt a little rushed but I was happy with how it finished.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoy Denise Grover Swank's writing and this book was no exception. I started it at 11pm and stayed up until 4 am to finish it because I wanted to know what happened. I am interested to see how the series develops the supporting characters. I recommend this book.
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