White Trash Beautiful

Written by:
Teresa Mummert
Narrated by:
Grace Grant

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2013
7 hours 41 minutes
First in a stunning new trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Teresa Mummert.

A word-of-mouth bestseller that’s captivating readers with its honesty, grit, and headstrong heroine, White Trash Beautiful is a story for anyone who has ever felt trapped in life, cheated by love—and longed for something more . . .

Cass Daniels isn’t waiting for her knight in shining armor. She knows that girls like her don’t get a happily ever after. Not if you live in a trailer with your mom, work at a greasy spoon diner, and get leered at by old men. Maybe that’s why she puts up with Jackson—her poor excuse for a boyfriend, who treats her like dirt. Cass has learned to accept her lot in life. That is, until he walks into her diner. . . .

His name is Tucker White, and he’s different from any man Cass has ever known. Tall, tattooed, and bad-ass gorgeous, he’s the lead singer of the rock band Damaged. From the moment they meet, Tucker sees something in Cass he just can’t shake. Something beautiful. Something haunted. Something special. And he’s determined to find out what it is—if only he can get her to open up and let him in. . . .
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Tamika Garrett

*THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS* I really, really wanted to love this book! I didn't. Gaaah! I honestly tried. Promise! So, the story revolves around Cass Daniels who is basically living a dead end life. She works in a diner, lives in a trailer with her drug addicted mother AND her drug addicted boyfriend Jackson. One day while working, in walks a gorgeous stranger named Tucker White who happens to be the lead singer of an up and coming band. Said gorgeous stranger/lead singer proceeds to sweep her off her achy, swollen feet which is problematic due to Mom and Jackson shooting up back at the trailer park. As you can probably guess-angsty shenanigans ensue. Now...my problem is not with the story itself (or the offensively stereotypical characters). My problem is with Cass. Dear God, I loathed her! Okay, totally ignoring the fact that she's got A LIVE-IN boyfriend (I hate love triangles), but Jackson is an absolute jerk! Not only is he mentally, verbally, and physically abusive; he's also a rapist. Literally 85% of the book is spent defending her loyalty (codependency) to Rapey through flashbacks of their teenage years when he was "all she had". Anyway, an explosive confrontation, a selfless decision, and countless tears segues into a sequel.

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