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"There is always an underlying feeling that devastation is just around the corner. Heart pounding compulsive page turning with intermittent sobbing and swooning ensued." Book Angel Booktopia --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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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 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 . . . soon.

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.



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10 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Nicole Williams gives us more to love... 8 septembre 2012
Par Tara's Reads - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I LOVE JUDE AND LUCY!!! Okay, in all seriousness, if you enjoyed Crash, you will love Clash. You will still want to slap Lucy around a little for being such a girl but if I looked back to myself at 18, I'm pretty sure I'd want to slap her around too. All that says to me is that Nicole Williams created a character that we can all identify with.

Clash picks up where Crash left us off, with both Jude and Lucy following their dreams (although Jude's is a relatively new dream) and trying to work on their relationship together. Their schools are five hours apart which only then gives them weekends to be together and Jude is of course the starting QB for the Orangemen. College football, college parties, college girls...

Enter our new girl-to-hate, Adriana Vix (can't hate all the cheerleaders in the world, but definitely dislike this one). Adriana is the type of girl who has used her looks to get what she wants and isn't shy about making what she wants known...this cheerleader wants Jude Ryder (of course I'm sure she's not the only girl who wants Jude Ryder at Syracuse either).

Insecurities and trust issues will creep back into Lucy's world...between both their schedules, her school and dance and their family's issues, is this relationship really meant to be?

We also got to meet a few teammates of Jude's. Tony was easy to love right from the beginning. His banter with Jude and even Lucy was great and I thought it felt very normal college guy. That helped make them all totally believable characters (I know, the likelihood of a ballerina at Julliard dating any starting college qb is low but the actual characters were believable and likeable - well except of course the slutty ones).

This book was a quick read and I of course loved it. Mix a love story with some football, Nicole Williams may have tipped the "Tara's favorite author" scale in her favor...I love me some football!

I know this was a bonus book as Crash was supposed to be a stand alone novel, but even after this I'm still left wanting more.
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Love is worth fighting for. 9 septembre 2012
Par Paula - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Jude and Lucy have graduated from high school and are now in college living five hours from each other. Lucy is attending Julliard to be a dancer. Jude is attending Syracuse and is the star QB for the football team. After the rollercoaster of drama these two went through in Crash, you would think things would have settled down between these two. Yeah, not so much. They both still have a lot of growing up to do to make this relationship work. Lucy has become insecure with her relationship with Jude after a cheerleader named Adriana Vix has started to show Jude a lot of unwanted attention. She has made her intentions clear to Lucy that she will be with Jude and will do anything and everything to get him. And Lucy has decided she is not going to let this vindictive bitch take her man away from her. Let the cat fights begin.

Phew. Jealousy can be consuming when it raises its ugly head. Lucy is usually very level headed but has begun to doubt herself and her relationship. And in return, this causes her to act irrationally *coughcatfightcough* (best scene ever!) and question her relationship with Jude. After witnessing something that could tear her and Jude a part forever, Lucy decides she needs a break.

Jude is crazy in love with Lucy. She is all the family he has. He wants her forever and when Lucy decides she needs a break, it crushes him. But, he loves her enough to never give up on her.

"I'll be here when you're ready. No matter how long it takes. I'll always be here, Luce. I'm yours," he breathed, squeezing my hands, "forever."

I absolutely adore Jude and Lucy. Their relationship is not easy. They both think with their emotions and their hearts which is why they tend to yell instead of talk things out. They are a hot mess but they love each other deeply and passionately. But can they survive each other? They fight, make-up, fight, make-up. With so many doubts swirling through Lucy's head, she's unable to process how to make it work with Jude. Sometimes a little bit of motherly TLC and advice is all you need to clear your head and see what truly matters.

"Love isn't only love, sweetheart. It's hard work, and trust, and tears, with even a few glimpses of devastation. But at the end of each day, if you can still look at the person at your side and can't imagine anyone else you'd rather have there, the pain and heartache and the ups and downs of love are worth it."

This is Jude and Lucy's story. It's an emotional rollercoaster ride that's full of laughter, happiness, love, sadness, fighting, and pain. This is the kind of love most little girls dream to have but it's the kind of love that can hurt the most. But when you love someone so much that you can't live without them, it's worth fighting for.
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Oh, the drama! 3 janvier 2013
Par Black Heart Reviews (formerly GingerRead) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Clash moves Lucy and Jude from the Highschool to the College scene. They are separated by a five hour drive and a canyon of relationship problems. All of the issues these two had in Crash, lack of trust, lots of temper, major jealousy...all still in effect and somewhat magnified in Clash.

Jude is playing out his full ride football scholarship, hanging with fellow players and overly interested cheerleaders. While Lucy is balancing studies and dance and hoping to keep Jude's anger issues in check. When Jude is assigned a 'spirit sister' to make his campus life easier, it's Lucy who loses her cool and her trust in Jude.

I've seen many comments from others about how unreasonably Lucy reacts to the things happening in Jude's life. She jumps to conclusions and does not put blind faith in Jude. I understand those points but Jude never really trusts Lucy either. If he did, he would have been more forthcoming and honest with her. I love Jude as a character, though he really needs to chill the hell out, but he's not without some pretty major faults in this edition of the Jude/ Lucy love saga. I love that he feels fiercely, be it love or anger.

Lucy really is just a wreck. She has some fairly large life events happening and Jude complicates all of them for her. I thought many of her decisions were somewhat childish and based solely on fear. But other decisions she made were not without a healthy dose of thought. I can't fault her for those.

Clash is another roller coaster ride, exactly what you would expect from these two love birds. You'll experience tears, anger, hate, love, sorrow...you name it. Clash is a heart-breaker of a novel. I enjoyed it and will continue with the series but am hoping for a big injection of maturity in the third installment.
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By far, the worst sequel I've ever read. 24 septembre 2012
Par Laura - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This was the most frustrating book. The entire focus was on jealousy and misunderstandings. There was so much needless drama that was supposed to get you invested but instead made you want to throw your book/kindle/whatever out of the window. Both Jude and Lucy were being ridiculous. The only redeeming quality was the very end of the book. I wish I'd never bought it, because it really ruined the series for me.
7 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Nowhere near as good as Crash 4 septembre 2012
Par Drish - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
For starters, I really like Nicole Williams' books and since reading the Eden series have purchased her most recent books the moment they become available for download. I really enjoyed Crash (as an earlier review can attest), but I have to agree with other less positive reviews on Clash. It fell short. In my opinion, it fell short of all of Nicole's other books. I felt that some of the more important scenes were lacking in build up and were anti-climatic. Their "first time" scene was really average, not to mention the believability of the event leading up to it and Lucy's actions after it. I also didn't like the character development of Lucy. In Crash, Lucy was sassy and tough, but reasonable in her concerns about her relationship with Jude and eventually they surpassed the trust issues and doubt. In Clash however her character regressed and just became annoying. I would have rather waited for a better, less rushed, more thought out story than what we got in Clash.
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