I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
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‘My heart skips from your glance and I can’t look away,
You’ll break me but take me, there’s no other way,
Life on the road, babe, I’m a rolling stone,
No matter where life take us, you’ll always be my home.’
Drama. Love. Angst. Sex. Heartbreak. Music. A Song For Us, Teresa Mummert’s final offering in the White Trash Trilogy, has all this and more for us this time around.
Some may feel differently, but this is undoubtedly my favorite book in the trilogy. Eric and Sarah’s story both broke my heart and filled me with hope for their future in equal parts. Because they both had traumatic childhoods, I thought they had a connection that not a lot of other people would ever get to encounter. They intrinsically knew when the other was out of control and ready to have a meltdown, as well as how to talk each other down from the edge. It was obvious to everyone around them that they were in love, but due to Sarah’s relationship with Derek, they never seemed to have a chance before to give things a try.
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