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    Worthless

    4.5 Stars Worthless is definitely worth the read. We met Amy Stern and Danny Ross in Unworthy. Although their road to friendship and love will not an easy one, the chemistry between them make you believe that if you love someone, sometimes you just need to take a leap of faith
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    Great sequel!

    Worthless is a story that delves into the ongoing struggle of a reformed addict and the redemption he seeks for the past; but Danny is no along with his inner demons, as his housemate Amy shoulders her lifetime insecurities about not conforming to the norm and the model thin expectations of society. While Danny fights his battles one day at a time, he tries not to be embittered by the circumstances that led to the path he found himself on, and the responsibilities that weighed him down and eventually left him drowning in despair. It’s hard to bring a villain back into the light, but Ms Silver did a fabulous job of presenting Danny as the man he could be, rather than just the man he was. And while I really liked Amy’s character in book one; she bordered on becoming a whiny, whoa is me character in this story, who used her fuller figure as an excuse for not taking chances and blaming others for her anxieties. It was refreshing that the author maintained the focus on the continued battle that Danny faced in thwarting the constant craving for the drugs that ruled his life for so many years. So often this is glossed over and the reality of the life-long challenge is ignored. Well done Ms Silver on a thoroughly believable story.
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