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Metal and Mistletoe (Hearts of Metal) (Volume 4) Paperback – December 15, 2016
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But I don't think it was so bad that it wasn't good. The characters were really fleshed out and I can appreciate their addiction issues they were trying to get over. It can't be hard to be in an industry where it's more or less expected you'd be a user of SOME kind of drug, want to stay in it, and avoid those toxins entirely. I even like to think the idea of the band that Curt and Dez are going to make are recovering addicts who have been through rehab. Even though that wasn't explicitly said in the arc, it's a nice thought. It would give the characters more meaning than just to have part in another band.
I absolutely love how Dez and Curt fit together. Curt wants nothing to do with the holidays and tries to escape it, while Dez never got the experience as a kid because of her foster parents' religious beliefs and wants life to continue on her terms. So instead of griping about the situation, Curt looks passed his own preferences and desires to help some one else have an experience they never had. Only after all this does he realize that he's in love with the chocolate skinned goddess. Also, I love that she worries he won't like her because of her skin. It supports the problem that is racism even in today's world and shoves it aside and off the range entirely because it was a non issue in the first place. She finds out it's not an issue in his mind a little too late, but still steps up to the plate after she tried to avoid batting altogether because of fear.