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    I received an ARC is exchange for an honest review. Although it isn't necessary to have read the previous 2 in the series, I would recommend it. It's fun and satisfying to see the same characters developing throughout each book, even if it isn't the one that focuses on them. Each book focuses on a different member of the rock band Power Station. This one is about Jason, the keyboardist. Jason has a reputation that's been enforced in the series up until now as someone who only participates in 'one and done' and he's content with that. He constantly tells the reader and himself that even though he's happy for his fellow band mates who have found their 'happily ever after' it's just not something he wants, or ever will want in his future. Until this book we've never known the reasoning behind his actions or lack of close relationships. Angie is a girl from the 'old neighborhood'. She spent her teen years being good friends with all of the guys from the band. She never told anyone but she had fallen in love with Jason back then when she was only 18 years old. He never returned her feelings or acted in any way sexual with her until...well, until he did. It was an experience she reveled in right up until he made it clear it was a mistake and left the next day, out of town and out of her life. She felt used, like she was a whore, and her heart was shattered. Ten years later and the thought of Jason still causes her to feel that hurt that never quite healed. Jason thinks he did the right thing in leaving her because he doesn't feel like he's good enough for her. He has a past that remains a mystery until the end of the book, but he uses that past as his reason of avoiding intimacy with women. He looks at Angie as something good and pure and thinks that being with him would only taint and ruin that goodness. He knows he used her, but not for just the physical act of sex that she thinks. He wanted just a moment to bask in the peace that he felt while he was with her. I spent most of the book pissed off at Jason, and this is why: I can not stand when someone uses a past relationship as an excuse for their behavior in future relationships. It's such a cop out for whatever the real reasons are, in my opinion. You can't logically hold a certain person's actions responsible for a different person's actions when you haven't even given them a chance! I know people like this exist, but it's just something I really hate. Jason is lucky that he had Angie and not me because I would've told him he obviously still thought about his ex more than me (regardless that he said he hated her, and he most likely truly did). Even if he hated her, he was giving her more power than he gave himself or Angie simply by letting her be the reason he didn't want a relationship. Although this bothered me to the point of wanting to throw my phone across the room I certainly can't hold the book responsible in a negative way. Only the best writers can make you mad enough to throw things. I was invested in their relationship from the very beginning. I couldn't stop reading until I reached the end to find out if they were together or not. I just HAD to know...way more than I needed to sleep. Their relationship was rocky, and that's being gentle. There's never a dull moment and their chemistry was electric. Despite my feelings for how Jason deals with his past I was rooting for them the whole time. I knew Jason was hiding a whole world of hurt and if he just let Angie into his heart she could help him learn to trust and love again. He deserves to be happy and so does Angie. He hurt her all those years ago and it still hasn't healed. They BOTH had their work cut out for them in mending all the wounds they each suffered from. There were new characters introduced in this book and I'm crossing my fingers that they will have their own books in the future. I'm not ready for this series to end. I still want to see the futures play out for the couples we've already met. I feel like they've become my friends and I'd hate to never hang with them again! I know, I take my reading way too seriously...
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    Fantastic read

    BACK STAGE (POWER STATON #3) T. GEPHART T.Gephart keeps giving and giving in this series I am so in love with the characters in this series. The way T. Gephart writes their stories she has me chuckling from the start. She also brings the right amount of heartache and drama into the stories to balance out the lovey dovey stuff. I love the Power Station series of T. Gephart and will be reading more of her books I can’t recommend them strongly enough. Jason is the keyboard player for Power Station had a night with Angie and after breaks her heart and her self-worth. Jason feeling her was not worthy to have a relationship was the reason he walked away from Angie. The Power Station opening band was released from their contract and Angie’s band Black Addiction is taken on as their opening band. Angie is still in love with Jason even if she won’t admit it to herself. They pick things up where they left off 10 years before but all the unresolved issues come crashing down on their heads and leaves them both devastated. Troy steps in and makes them talk to each other and gets the story of Jason’s own heartache and betrayal and they are able to move on from there. I revived this ARC for and honest review and honestly this is an amazing series and I would recommend them to anyone.
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    Fantastic end to the series!

    ★★★★★ What a way to end the series... I'm not going to say that T saved the best band member until last, because let's face it everyone who knows me knows I am all about Troy Harris ;), but Jase is a close second and she sure as hell ended this series with a BANG! After reading all of the Lexi and Power Station books I never expected Jason to be like he is, I'm struggling to find the words to describe him because he is just so uniquely Jase... He's protective, loyal and like the other members of the band he has charisma in spades, but as you can imagine all isn't as it seems. Angie is quite possibly one of the most badass chicks out there, her attitude only second to Lexi's early days LOL, that is one of the things that I'm drawn to with T's books... Her characters, male and female, are all badass. The guys have the perfect alpha balance, not being too domineering while having all those alpha male traits we love, and the females are all fiercely strong and independent! Jase and Angie's tale just reinforces that there are two sides to every story and I loved discovering every little detail about these two! Their story will rip you in two and stamp on your heart for good measure, so be prepared for the emotional roller-coaster that you're signing yourself up for ;). Back Stage was the perfect way to say goodbye to the Power Station gang and no matter how sad I am that it's the end, it is overshadowed by my happiness that these books exist and I can go back for a re read whenever I want! Thank you for these amazing characters T, I am so beyond grateful that they found their way into my life :)
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    Back Stage

    Right from the first time I read T Gephart, I couldn't wait to read more. She write stoiries that capture your imagination right from the first page. 'Back Stage' is no exception. From begining to end n awesome read. I can't wait to read what is next!

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