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As Damaged's popularity grows, Cass has to learn how to deal with not only over zealous fans lusting after her man, but also a domineering manager who would like nothing more than for Cass to be gone. It was sometimes a big blow to Cass' self-esteem when she was made to feel like she wasn't wanted, but Tucker was there trying to protect her and ensure she knew how he felt about her. But there were times when Tucker being tightlipped about things (his past, video shoots, musical credits, Cass' father) hurt Cass more than protected her. I know Tucker did it because he loves her and thinks he's protecting her, but if Cass is going to be with him (and his star continues to rise) they need to figure out a way where she can deal with all the craziness and know that he's there to catch her if she falls.
I loved the secondary story with the relationships between the band members (and sometimes members from other bands). I though Eric was an ass, but he definitely had a reason for being the way he was and I think with Cass' friendship, he's become more human. I hope to see more of that as we move into the next book.
This didn't have the emotional punch WHITE TRASH BEAUTIFUL had, but the characters are moving away from something very tragic and I was glad what the had to endure wasn't as painful as the first book. I look forward to more for Cass, Tucker and Damaged.
Cass is launched almost right out of the trailer park and into a Rock Stars life style. She's already run from Tucker once thinking he was better without her and her baggage... However he wasn't taking no for an answer when he whisked her away into this grueling travel schedule, parties and social setting that Cass not only felt she didn't fit into but she was inept to be a part of. Her insecurities were an issue with the lifestyle she was thrust into and I truly didn't feel like Tucker did anything to ease the situation for her. He was so dismissive of her feelings at times I almost didn't feel their connection. It felt almost forced yet you could tell he did love her. But he tried to treat her like a child that needed protection. I wouldn't condone him giving up his dreams for anything however in this case I honestly thought that they would have been better if he'd taken a break and got them to a good place before forcing her into a lifestyle she wasn't confident enough for yet.
Tucker has issues though, I'm still not 100% sure we ever got to the bottom of any of them? I questioned at times why he was so overprotective of Cass... But then he brought in the manager that wanted nothing more then to rid Cass from his life. After reading it I honestly think that a dual POV giving us Tucker's voice in this book would have really helped... I felt like I was constantly second guessing his decisions and maybe hearing in his voice why he made some of the choices that he did would have lent a different feel to the book and his feeling for Cass.
Overall I think that the plot was good, but underdeveloped in certain areas. I hated where the book ended... I know your going to say how could I hate that ending and I think the reason was because I expected so much more... I can't give away what happens but honestly I wasn't in a place of pure happiness at the end of this book like I expected. I wanted Cass to have her Cinderella moment with the white horse and prince charming and honestly I didn't find Tucker nearly as charming in this installment as I did in the first... Something truly felt missing.
However I still love Teresa's writing style and I will be reading the next book in the series because honestly I felt more heartwarming feelings toward Eric then I did Tucker... I can't wait to see what's in store for Eric. He's so misunderstood and broken I felt my heart break for him when he revealed his story in this book. I'm excited to see if he finds love because out of everyone I feel he deserves true happiness the most...
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Are they even the same Tucker and Cass from the first book.Read more
There wasn't a whole lot happening in this one, and it was super dry and dragged out.Read more