Tuesday 29 October 2013

Review: CRUSH (Crash #3) by Nicole Williams

Crush (Crash, #3)Title: CRUSH
Author: Nicole Williams
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release Date: April 23rd 2013
Pages: 389
Series: CRASH #3
Where I Got It: Chapters

Synopsis: Football glory. A giant diamond. A wandering eye.
Jude and Lucy are happily engaged... but that doesn't mean life's a bed of roses.
Once again, Jude and Lucy are torn apart by football training and a summer job that creates new tensions. This time Jude's the one with trust issues. Will Lucy's life-changing news bring them back together or end their relationship for good? Can love triumph forever.

Nicole  Williams

Nicole Williams
I'm a wife, a mom, a writer. I started writing because I loved it and I'm still writing because I love it. I write young adult because I still believe in true love, kindred spirits, and happy endings. Here's to staying young at heart *raises champagne glass* . . . care to join me?


I read this book on July 23rd, 2013.

I just can't... okay give me a minute... deep breaths... in, out, in, out...
Am I sad to see Jude and Lucy go? Yes. Did I love that ending? Yes, yes, yes!
Oh my gosh! Great book, really! After reading the back of this book I had a feeling something great and exciting was going to happen but the entire book was like this!I adored Jude in this book, but he seemed a little non-Jude in the beginning of the book and that bothered me, but of course, I loved him in the end!When I met him in the first one, I was like this:

It was like I was shot with an arrow of love! I never stopped loving him through the series!

And I still feel that way about him! I want one!It was so annoying when Jude and Lucy were separated, and all that time that they were separated, I was like this:

First off, Anton is a huge jackass! I won't say why but he was and I knew I'd hate him once I heard what he was wearing. There are only certain people in the book world that I can put up with.Carrying on, I recommend this series to readers looking for a romantic series! Definitely worth the read! It sucked me in and I wish that it never ended!

Ages: 16+
Grades: 11 and up

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