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Monday, September 10

Review: Crash by Nicole Williams

Title: Crash
By: Nicole Williams
Series: Crash Book 1
My Copy: Ebook from Author
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Southpointe High is the last place Lucy wanted to wind up her senior year of school. Right up until she stumbles into Jude Ryder, a guy whose name has become its own verb, and synonymous with trouble. He's got a rap sheet that runs longer than a senior thesis, has had his name sighed, shouted, and cursed by more women than Lucy dares to ask, and lives at the local boys home where disturbed seems to be the status quo for the residents. Lucy had a stable at best, quirky at worst, upbringing. She lives for wearing the satin down on her ballet shoes, has her sights set on Juilliard, and has been careful to keep trouble out of her life. Up until now. 

Jude's everything she needs to stay away from if she wants to separate her past from her future. Staying away, she's about to find out, is the only thing she's incapable of. 

For Lucy Larson and Jude Ryder, love's about to become the thing that tears them apart.

OMG!! This book was such an incredible and exhilaration ride. Full to the hilt of emotion and suspense; I was beside myself at every twist and turn. Lucy and Jude are perfect for one another; even if they can't seem to realize it themselves. After an entire life of on the wrong side of the tracks Jude can't seem to see this wonderful and incredible opportunity standing right in front of him. If just for a moment he would entertain the thought he could see that she may just be his saving Grace. On the other hand Lucy also needs to learn that not everyone can be trusted, and she just can't save them all. The entire ride was a roller coaster, but it fit together so nicely that readers will not be bogged down by the dramatics of their on again off again relationship. Readers be forewarned that you will find yourself a devoted cheerleader for the duration of this book. I am so excited to see what Nicole Williams will offer in book two. I don't think I can even fathom starting another book unless it is Clash. If Clash is half as good as Crash I will gladly accept my lack of sleep this entire week. 

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