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Trashed

Narrated by: Gomez Pugh
Series: Eastside Brewery, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 41 mins

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Summary

He burns for her. Lucky for him, she likes to play with fire.... 

My name is Eddie Rosas, but everyone calls me Trouble. Since I got out of prison six months ago, I've had one goal: find my father, whatever the cost. My older brother says I need to move on. He also wants me to leave our gang, East Side Hollenbeck, and go straight, but I can't - not until I uncover the truth about our family and its missing piece.  

One problem? I'm distracted. My distraction's name is Carmen Centeno. Smart, passionate, and tough as hell, Carmen is a woman from the neighborhood who's built her career as one of the city's top chefs. She's a master of creating pleasure both in and out of bed. But when our connection deepens, how can I show her I'm not the trash everyone says I am?  

The pressure's rising. Carmen deserves a man she can depend on. And when the ghosts of my past rise up, I'll have to outsmart them - or lose my shot at a future with the only woman who believes in me.  

The Rosas brothers will return in Tanked!

©2019 Mia Hopkins (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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  • jlynnmurphy
  • 20-08-19

These books are some of my favorites in a very long time

There is so much I love about these books. This one may be better than the first.

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  • Tara
  • 05-09-20

Sexy, incredible sensual detail, loving

I enjoyed the story of vulnerability, danger, daring to be with someone from “the wrong side of the tracks.” In that way, it was a underdog story with hopeful opportunities. Some of the detail is very believable as it relates to organized crime. It took me back to Chicago. Now...the detail of sensuality is descriptive I figured the writer was a woman. No I did not review the author or want to. At the end, they say the usual I hope you’ve enjoyed this audible this was written by blah blah blah and performed by blah blah blah. Yep, written by was a woman. In this way as a midlife woman, I so wish a man could be so detailed. So, for me it was a good dose of fantasy vs reality. Still hopeful though. Super sweet story with lots of sex.

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  • Trosado
  • 15-05-20

3 Stars

While I enjoyed this book just fine, I felt a greater emotional connection to the first book in the Eastside Brewery Series, Thirsty. Like the first book, Trashed portrayed the same realism of an ex-con trying to figure out his life after incarceration and gang affiliations. The author did a wonderful job creating two completely different personalities in brothers Eddie and Sal. Eddie was the flirtatious and outgoing brother to Sal's brooding and moody one, but I still felt Eddie's complex emotions when it came to his past and what was potentially available for his future. Most pointedly, finding his father, potentially committing to a clean life, and Carmen. The romance was more central to the plot in this book compared to the first, but I still didn’t feel as connected to it as I did Eddie’s individual story. For that reason, I found the drawn out sex scenes excessive. As a whole, I enjoyed Eddie's story, but I didn't find it as strong or evocative as Sal's in Thirsty.

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  • Lolalane
  • 26-11-19

Loved it!

Great storyline and narrator. I listened to the whole story in one day. Can't wait to listen to more of Ms. Hopkins stories.