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The second book in the New York Times bestselling Crash trilogy!Their Romeo- and-Juliet-level passion is the only thing Jude and Lucy agree on. That, and figh. Crash. The Complete Crash Collection. Crash, Clash, Crush. by Nicole Williams. On Sale: 07/08/ The Complete Crash Collection. Read a Sample. by Nicole Williams Published July 19th thing that tears them apart. Clash (Book 2): Crash - Nicole Williams (1).epub. KB. Clash.
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Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. On again, off again. Together. Apart. The only thing Jude and Lucy agree on is their all-consuming love. That, and. Nicole Williams is the New York Times bestselling author of Crash, Clash, and Crush, and numerous other books, including the young adult novels Trusting You . Clash book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Their Romeo-and-Juliet-level passion is the only thing Jude and Lucy agree.
I love that she has a little bit of a temper and she has a comeback for everything. Jude Ryder is the epitome of what you would call a bad boy. He has a lot of problems with the law, his mother left him, and his dad is serving a life sentence in jail.
He thinks that he is a cancer that brings everyone around him down, but under that entire persona Jude is a really sweet guy that deserves a second chance in life.
There are times he is really stupid, but in the end he really grows and becomes a better person. This book was such a cute, fun read. I love the relationship between Jude and Lucy. They are at each others throat half time, but their playful banter is fun and refreshing. They also have really great chemistry.
Just like the characters, I felt that this book was an emotional roller coaster ride with lots of ups and downs, but that made it a great story and really helped me to connect with it. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I would highly recommend this to anyone whole likes contemporary books, I think you will really enjoy it.
Notable Scene:I was sure more than a minute had gone by, but I could easily have lost track of all time. I opened my eyes. There was only one way to alleviate it. Once upon a time, Lucy enjoyed a stellar middle class life, attending private school, having a popular older brother and loving parents. Death sometimes can suck the life out of people and after the death of Lucy's brother, the family dynamic completely fell apart, her father a once successful business man has wallowed into a recluse who stays home making fabulous dinners but shuts out the world and ignores the financial devastation he's put on the family.
Her mother a bitter angry woman isn't doing well either, forced back to work and handling grief in destructive ways she tends to fail as a parent.
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That leaves Lucy, the beauty queen who lives to dance and baffles people with her snarky attitude yet save the world mantra. Waiting for life to start again, waiting for the guilt to lesson, Lucy awaits the day she can go to college and dance her sorrows away.
When Lucy meets Jude, the towns well known bad boy, she immediately identifies the danger in him, yet she can't help but want to save him, break his bad boy ways, or be the one who helps him see his own potential. Because helping Jude is almost like helping her brother, what could be bad about that?
Even gaining a reputation to be with him, even risking the delicate relationship she has with her parents cant stop the longing to know this boy.
Like medal to a magnet, Lucy sees, smells and reacts to all things Jude. Jude is beautiful, charming and a total jerk, but don't hold that against him, its not his fault you see, he's a product of crappy parents, a crappy life and terrible living conditions.
Even with the jerky exterior, rap sheet, and man-whore tendencies, when he's around Lucy, he can't help but try and be better.
Hot temper, anger issues and paranoid behavior readily handy, in the long run, Lucy does bring out the best attributes of Jude, a caring guy who got handed the crap end of the stick. A kid who just wants a chance and needs that one big break.
Of course what would be a good story of bad boy debauchery or happy endings if we didn't include highschool drama and plenty of it, because Lucy and Jude each harbor dark secrets and pasts their not willing to open up with and moving forward without trust is a recipe for disaster.
Predictable disasters aside, Crash is a sit and read all at once type of book, the characters for the most part are fun getting to know and despite its borderline cheesy scenes, dumbed down responses to very serious scenarios, the writing itself for an Indie publisher was pretty solid.
Lucy, for being a gal who's faced practically everything has a very well balanced mature look on life, granted she makes a terrible 'social' move with character Sawyer, overall her decisions and choices speak highly to her integrity. Jude the typical good guy under the bad boy to hide his pain played well but a tad unrealistic considering his circumstances.
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Pacing flowed evenly, even with Williams liberty with time gaps, those sometimes annoying let the reader fill in the blanks in what our characters could possibly be doing worked in small doses, a much needed window escaping from the mundane that tends to take over these little love stories. However in some areas we are just left with a scratching of the head, pondering the whereabouts and the goings on of our doomed lovers, which I hate to say could really turn readers off.
Don't let that scare you off though, cardboard parents, nonexistent teachers in a highschool where kids are running amuck, romance that heats up the page and juvenile delinquents engaging in sinister crimes all grace the pages of Crash's inner workings. Beyond its get through the issue as fast as possible plot devices Crash is a story most deserving of its characters, flawed, edgy and almost perfect in its less than perfect world. 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.
Not exactly the kind of wedding ring I want my wife to have. The gold paint had started chipping off the thin band years ago, but the small pink birthstone still sparkled when the light hit it just right. Or how many tickets it cost. He said hazard pay like a sales rep mentioned a bonus, but I heard it for what it really was—the government giving you a little more money for the likelihood of losing your life increasing.
Away from here.
I knew who he was talking about without him going into detail. Neither of our lives had been charmed or particularly easy, but mine had been worse.
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Brecken only knew what I let him know about it, which was barely half of the reality. Move in with my insane family or a hotel or anywhere.
Words or fists. I swear I will. Not drinking as much.
He was a sad one, a lonely one. In the form of cutting words and, occasionally, outstretched palms. My dad stopped hitting me after that. At least where anyone passing by could see.
Not that I needed to tell Brecken that now. Though I guessed it would get him to stay a while longer … if only to be charged with murder and thrown into prison for the next twenty to thirty years. Both of his brows lifted. Even the last crumbled dollar.
He already knew it though. Especially not the kind where I had to wave good-bye to the man I loved as he prepared to head into the middle of a war zone for the next year. Good- bye came with a whole different context when you said it to a marine.
I know. Clash Book 2: Their Romeo-and-Juliet-level passion is the only thing Jude and Lucy agree on. That, and fighting all the time Also not helping? Lucy's raging jealousy of the cheerleader who's wormed her way into Jude's life.
While trying to hang on to her quintessential bad boy and also training to be the top ballet dancer in her class, Lucy knows something's going to give How can she live without the boy she loves? How can she live with herself if she gives up on her dreams? If Lucy doesn't make the right choice, she could lose everything. Crush Book 3: Football glory. A giant diamond. A wandering eye. Jude and Lucy are happily engaged.I swear my heart was beating into my tongue the whole book.
Southpointe High is the last place Lucy wanted to wind up her senior year of school.
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He shook his head. Well i actually used more colorful words when i read that part. Jude Ryder Can we say cat fight!!! Their Romeo-and-Juliet-level passion is the only thing Jude and Lucy agree on.