This is the third installment of the White Trash series. It continues the story of the first two but it’s in Eric and Sarah’s perspective. Eric is the drummer of Damaged and Sarah is the singer of Filth, the band that has been touring with Damaged in the first two books. You get to see a lot of the band, which includes Tucker and Cass.
This story is about Eric and Sarah’s troubled pasts and how they conquer their issues while trying to remain friends from afar. Obviously, in any love story, that doesn’t always happen. Even though Sarah as a boyfriend, he treats her like garbage and pushes her closer to Eric. I liked Eric’s character in the second book. I thought he was moody but was also funny, so I was intrigued when I learned this book was in his perspective. This book, he is still a moody guy but you get to see why now and Sarah was such a good friend to Cass in the second book, that in this book she needed a friend herself when times were tough for her.
I liked this book better than the second one but not as much as the first. I found that one had the best story line. This is a great conclusion even if it’s in different perspectives it still finishes up the story in a good day.