Om What Becomes A Legend Most
Cassie Hamilton is a rock musician trying to conquer her personal demons while fighting to climb the record charts. A survivor of sexual abuse and an impressionable young woman with a knack for becoming involved with some of rock's most notorious bad boys, Cassie fights against sexism, drug and alcohol abuse, and her own nagging self-doubt to obtain the fame and respect she craves. Cassie finds, however, that fame does not come without a price, and that it is not a substitute for unconditional love and happiness. As Cassie struggles to prove to male rock musicians and the male-dominated music industry that she can hold her own, she finds herself caught up in the rock and roll lifestyle and learning to adjust to being a public figure whose misery, substance abuse, and bad relationships are splashed across the tabloids for the world to see. Filled with cautionary tales of fame and excess, regret and redemption, What Becomes a Legend Most creates a world where sex, violence, drugs, and death are commingled into a deadly cocktail that rock star Cassie Hamilton finds hard to resist. Through Cassie's revelations the reader is provided with a backstage pass to the real world of rock, where Cassie quickly learns that besides drugs and sex, nothing is free, and her insatiable appetite for fame is her ultimate downfall.