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I loved Tommy and Cassandra, they both read like real people that you can easily relate too. You fall in love with them and hope their future includes one another. And let's face it, their whole situation is one that we all daydream about so it made for a fun read.
The central problem (because every book needs one) was not what I thought it would be and for that I'm glad, it kept the book from falling into the land of predictability.
My only complaint is that the book was over so quickly. Fortune is considered a stand alone but the way it's labeled on Amazon, and the way we got to know just enough to make us curious about some secondary characters, makes me think we will get some companion novels to go along with it. Which means even if we don't get a full Tommy and Cassie book, we may get some cameo sightings!
This book was so amazing. I knew that I would love it and I was super excited to read it but somehow this book was even better than I was expecting. This book blew me away.
I loved the characters so much. They're so well written and developed. I loved how Tommy didn't droned on and on about Cassandra's looks. He cared about her as a person and he always put more value on her personality. He appreciated Cassandra no matter how she looked. And the same was for Cassandra. She didn't go on about how hot Tommy was. Their relationship was so healthy and realistic. The banter and dialogue between the characters was perfect and I normally don't really notice those things but I did with Fortune and I think that really shows how well written this book is.
I'm so picky with New Adult books because the plots usually suck and the characters and relationships are so problematic. But Fortune, and Tia's other two books, are perfect examples of the New Adult genre. They showcase everything that this genre is supposed to be about. Every NA author, every author who wants to create incredible characters, should look to Tia's books as examples because she has done everything right with her characters. I don't think it gets any better than Tia's books.
Overall, I loved Fortune. The characters, the plot, everything was perfect and even though I just finished this book, I really want to reread it. I was so emotionally invested in every aspect of Fortune. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
Now this story is told from two points of views. Tommy Fortune and Cassandra.
We meet Cassandra who is a waitress but an inspiring Artist. She sells freelance art to help make ends meet with her waitress job. Her best friend Maya works with her and they both love High Road Divide a rock pop band. So when Cassandra wins two tickets for their concert, it would seem luck is finally starting to happen for her.
Tommy just wanting to get away just got the evening with no more planes. Is told he would find some peace and quiet, not many people would recognize him at a restaurant.
It's there where Tommy and Cassandra's lives change.
Tommy who has never really believed in love, falls for Cassandra who treats him like any other person. Cassandra thinking since Tommy is a rock star who only wants a great time with whomever doesn't want to trust him or her feelings for him.
But as she takes a trip with him, she learns way more about herself and taking chances. Can Cassandra trust Tommy and his feelings and find her dream? Will Tommy give in to self doubt and believe whatever rumors?
I really wish this book would be a series or even just another book. I really enjoyed these characters and the background characters of the band and Cassandra's best friend Maya.