A Song for Us (White Trash Trilogy Series #3)

A Song for Us (White Trash Trilogy Series #3)

by Teresa Mummert
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A Song for Us 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
13gpb28 More than 1 year ago
Finally, Eric and Sarah get their HEA. I have been reading this series and hoping and waiting for these two characters to get together. I must admit that I wish there was less use of alcohol in this book. Yes, the author wanted to show the torment these two characters have from their past but the alcohol consumption stated in the story was overkill and quite frankly should have killed them both. I liked the POV from both characters. I could see how they misunderstood each other's actions. loved how they were able to get together at the end. But You really need to read the other books in this series of WHITE TRASH by this author to better understand the characters past. It is a stand alone book but the insight from the other books is a much needed read. I lokk forward to the next book. The twins love life? Donna's backstory? Looking for a interesting summer reading about a rock band and their backstory then read this series. There are dark parts but there is a HEA.
Doodlebug4444 More than 1 year ago
4 out of 5 for this reader folks! A Song For Us by Teresa Mummert is the final book in her White Trash Trilogy and I have to say I was pleased with the way all ended.  Unlike the first two books, this third book revolves around two back story characters that you couldn't help but fall a little in love with in the first two books.  Eric and Sarah. Eric is the drummer of the rock band Damaged.  While touring with another band called Filth he became really close and bonded with their lead singer Sarah.  Sarah however, much like Eric, is perfectly flawed, both sharing a history of child abuse.  They never crossed the line of romance though, as Sarah was heartbroken over her broken relationship with a fellow band member Derek.  Now, both bands have reunited for a couple of weeks to celebrate the marriage of Cass and Tucker (the focal characters on the first two books) and while Sarah and Derek have reunited as a couple, there is much left unsaid between Eric and Sarah. As they spend more time in each others company, clearly they are meant to be together .. well clearly to all but them!  LOL  Derek is the predictable douchebag cheating on Sarah, but you can see his tender moments shine through making you think that he is redeemable.  Damaged band manager Donna, who is a strict stick in the mud also let's down her hair and warms to Eric and becomes a "friend with benefits".  As all of this is going on, Eric and Sarah realize they need to face their true feelings towards each other and make a decision about their future one way or another.  Of course no story is complete without the humour filled antics of the other crazy band members to ease the high level of angst that goes with this story.  LOL A great wrap up to a great trilogy.  Told by the POV of both Eric and Sarah, this is an absolute new adult romance, contemporary, full of conflicted characters, love triangles and life tragedy.  Mixed in are some hilarious one liners, crazy banter and a group that despite pasts, personality and present circumstances truely make the pages comes to life.  Highly recommend for anyone who adores rock bands with a twist of angst and humour! HAPPY READING! :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
KDH_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Rating: 4.5 This is the final book in the White Trash trilogy. You can see my review for the first two books on my blog, KDH Reviews. Unlike the first two books, this book focuses on Eric, Tucker’s bandmate. At first, this seemed a little strange to me. Since the first two books focused on Cass and Tucker, why would the third book be different? Wouldn’t it have made more sense to give Eric his own book/series instead of throwing him into Cass and Tucker’s? However, when I stopped for a moment and thought about it, it makes sense. Cass and Tucker have their happy ending and we did get to know more about Eric and Sarah in the second book (and that was something I wanted explored!). So, while it might seem somewhat strange to jump from Cass and Tucker to Eric and Sarah, it actually works well. This was a very strong finish for the White Trash trilogy. In fact, I would say that it’s the strongest book of the trilogy and it is definitely my favorite out of the three. A Song for Us is told from the perspectives of Eric and Sarah. The dual perspectives work very well for this book and give us a clear picture of what’s going on. The story was both heartbreaking and beautiful. I’m so glad with how things worked out. [SPOILERS]The part that I loved the most was that both Eric and Sarah figured out that in order to be happy in the future, they needed to work through their pasts. Reconnecting with their families, going to therapy, and taking things one day at a time give the story a realistic quality that I felt was somewhat lacking from the previous two books.[END SPOILERS] Overall, this was a satisfying ending to the White Trash trilogy. Though the book focused on Eric and Sarah, we did see Cass and Tucker and get glimpses at their happily ever after. I’d recommend this trilogy. * This book was received from the author/Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. * You can read all of my reviews on my blog, KDH Reviews.
psee More than 1 year ago
3.5 Star Review This story is the third book in this series. Eric and Sarah get their story told. While the story is mainly about the love triangle or quadrangle, technically, and how they work around it to find each other, I loved more that it was a story about healing. Now I am sure that I am at a huge disadvantage since I never read the first two books in the series but I don't think it was too hard to figure out what was going on. Fans of the first two books will be glad that all their favorites from the first books are back and you get to see the ultimate HEA for Cass and Tucker. Eric apparently has major feelings for Sarah and has not seen her in awhile. Derek her boyfriend has forbid Sarah to keep in touch with Eric but since everyone was coming together for Cass and Tucker, Eric has two weeks to figure out what to do about his feelings for Sarah. Sarah apparently has developed significant feelings for Eric that go beyond the friend zone but she can't get past her commitment to Derek, especially since she feels he is trying. Both Eric and Sarah have major issues from their past and with their estranged families. This further serves as a connection for them. I really found myself frustrated with both of their behaviors. Eric and the whole Donna issue really bugged the hell out of me. Overall, I found them to be a couple that I could care less if they got together. I did love that they both got closure with their families along the way. So, the book was entertaining but annoying and is why I couldn't go higher with my rating. I do enjoy Mummert's writing though and I still look forward to reading more from her. Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.