Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Crash by Nicole Williams

Crash by Nicole Williams

Jude Ryder and Lucy Larson are this generation's Romeo and Juliet: Explosive. Sizzling. Tragic.

A steamy summer encounter with bad boy Jude means trouble for Lucy. Her sights are set on becoming a ballerina, and she won't let anything get in her way... except Jude.

He's got a rap sheet, dangerous mood swings, and a name that's be sighed, shouted, and cursed by who knows how many girls.

Jude's a cancer, the kind of guy who's fated to ruin the lives of girls like Lucy–and he tells her so.

But as rumors run rampant and reputations are destroyed, Lucy's not listening to Jude's warning. Is tragedy waiting in the wings? This racy romance is hot, hot, hot!

My Review:

Why yes, this books is "hot, hot, hot!" Especially Jude Ryder. I really like his character. He changed very dynamically throughout the story. He went from an angry, lonely person to a loving and loved, still angry...sorta, changed guy.

I also really liked Lucy, the main character. Although she was really hypocritical at some points in the story, you could tell she really did care and wanted to help Jude. Lucy is one of those people who have many ups and downs, but always look for the best in everything and everyone.

The plot of this story was great! Everything was specifically planned out with some twists I didn't see coming, and others that were obvious if you paid close enough attention. But, there was a lot of suspense, making you anxious to see when it would all come crashing down.

Another thing that made me love this book even more was that Lucy and Jude didn't have sex. Personally, I love books more when the author doesn't just throw sex in there to make the book "fun." This book was great without it. As much as it was hinted at and it almost happened, it still didn't. It shows that there relationship was more than kissing and sexing (is that a word?), because honestly, that really isn't all a relationship is about.

Overall, this book was great, and I loved every aspect of it. I'd recommend it to lovers of contemporary romance, and people that want a break from all the paranormal/SciFi stuff!

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