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"An all-consuming new adult romance that's sure to mess with your emotions." Book Angel Booktopia --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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In this first book in the New York Times bestselling Crash trilogy, the world is introduced to this generation's Romeo and Juliet: Jude Ryder and Lucy Larson—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 been 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!

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142 internautes sur 161 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This one wasn't for me. 3 août 2012
Par MOM2JTV - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
** spoiler alert **


Sometimes it really pays off to "like" favorite authors on Facebook because you get to hear about new releases so quickly, either their own books, or those they recommend. Other times you spend $3.99 on a book that was really not worth it the money or the time. Can you tell where I am going with this review?

First, I'm appalled at the comparisons between Jude Ryder and Travis Maddox. True Beautiful Disaster fans should agree with me. Okay, yes, Jude is a chauvinist alpha male with anger issues, but there is nothing endearing or sexy about this character. I didn't get his tortured soul, stay away from me for your own good attitude. It actually really annoyed me. And by the way, even though what Lucy thought about him didn't turn out to be true, he DID lie to her. Multiple times! I didn't find that sexy at all. Also, I thought the Beanie wearing and note carrying was ridiculous.

Lucy was a walking contradiction. On one hand, she's getting all huffy at Jude for telling her what to do and bossing her around because she's her own woman, and then on the other hand she can't change her own tire because that's what men are for. You've got to be kidding me. Later, she is the one who tells Jude to basically get lost, yet when he doesn't want to make small talk with her at the garage, she gets bent. Really? Then she goes from telling us how Jude wants to take their relationship slow to telling Taylor that no boy would ever take it slow (when discussing Sawyer). Lucy was, to me, one of the most unlikable heroines I've encountered in awhile.

Now, I can usually get over a little storytelling in my novels, I mean it's fiction, right? Everything doesn't have to be in touch with reality, however, it does have to be in this hemisphere, and the ridiculousness of several plot elements here was just frustrating! Here are some examples:

*Based on one word from Lucy, and Coach A decides to put Jude in the game as quarterback on the spot.

*Jude becomes God's gift to football and all of a sudden the stands are filled with college scouts. A partial season of his senior year, and Jude has his pick of full ride scholarships.

*Not only does every college want him, but so does the NFL! They want to sign him right out of high school!

*And stealing a car, getting arrested, then missing school has no effect on his football gig.

*In the beginning of the story, Lucy is attacked, her hair is burned off, she is doused in gasoline and is nearly set on fire herself. If that wasn't bad enough, they boys kill her dog. After this event, hardly another mention is made of the juveniles and their fate. Not only that, Lucy barely seems to be effected by any of it except that she misses her long hair.

*Jude's best friend is a girl that he completely neglects to tell Lucy about, yet they have been friends forever. Everyone else seems to forget about it too, well, everyone but Sawyer.

*Jude lives in a boy's home where he seems to be able to come and go as he pleases.

*Jude hijacks school assemblies and graduations to offer his commentary. The graduation scenario was way more plausible than the assembly.

*Yet more girls who are portrayed as completely lacking in self respect.

Now, the overall plot of the story was something I could get behind. The tragedy in their pasts, the broken families, all of it. But I do not think she could end up in school with him and not know who he was. That brought the book up to two stars for me. Aside from that, the book lacks a lot, not the least of which is believability. I wouldn't recommend this book. Please don't read it thinking it's the next Beautiful Disaster.
120 internautes sur 138 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Does Not Make Sense **contains spoilers** 12 septembre 2012
Par jedigirl77 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
**It appears that sometime after this review the author re-wrote the book and changed a bunch of stuff. So yeah, this review is on the original version that I purchased.**

**Review Contains Spoilers**

I've been on a kick of reading YA Contemporary Fiction lately. I'd had enough Paranormal garbage to last me a while. I've read a few great ones like Easy and I've read a lot of mediocre ones and I've read some really awful ones. And this one is one of the awful ones. I honestly do not understand how this book has as many 5 star reviews as it does.

I don't even know where to start. First off, the names were ridiculous. I get the whole cutesy "Beatles" theme with Lucy and Jude. But Jude Ryder? Oy. And Sawyer Diamond? Oh brother. I was trying to figure Neal Diamond? Sawyer Brown? Is Taylor a nod to James Taylor?

And there was just SOOO much to dislike about this book. The characters. The unbelievable plot points. THE TOTAL LACK OF ANYTHING MAKING SENSE!!!

Lucy is a walking contradiction. It's like the author couldn't decide what she wanted her to be. Quirky smart girl? Mini skirt wearing party girl? Focused ballet dancer? Rescuer of dogs and damaged guys? Smart aleck that taunts obviously crazy guys??? From the get go she tries the Math book reading girl on the beach. Who then throws herself at some guy and goes so far as to untie her bikini top to get his attention. Most self respecting girls (math book reading or otherwise) wouldn't do this. It's like this girl has this instant infatuation with this guy for no other reason than he's a hot bad boy. In my book, that makes for a pretty weak character. She tells Jude to leave her alone, then gets all upset when he ignores her. *sigh* She is against popularity contests, tries to tell the reader that she isn't into all of that, yet she becomes friends with the most popular clique in the school. And when nominated for Homecoming Queen, accepts the nomination despite her claims of HATING all things like that. Yeah. No sense.

And then Jude's incesscent martyr attitude. That got old REALLY fast. He's violent and a criminal. Nothing makes sense. Yeah, NO high school football coach would pull some random guy to play. And, throwing sense aside, even if he did, that would be a short lived career after getting arrested for stealing a car. Top player or not, I don't know of a high school that would allow that. And the hijacking of the assembly and the graduation ceremony.... So a school with metal detectors all that security doesn't have a security officer that would have escorted Jude out of the assembly?? And the random violence...Getting out of the car to threaten someone for honking when you park your car at a green light? Um, maybe if you're some crazy druggie that would make sense. Throwing a bottle at someone at a football game? UGH. If I ever thought my daughter (or any woman I know) would take in stride the crap that Jude does throughout this book, I would seriously want to shake the living daylights out of them.

The senseless death of the dog in the beginning didn't do much to endear me to the book. Especially when the feeling is that Lucy was far more worried about her hair being gone that the dog BURNING TO DEATH trapped in a kennel. If she'd made more than a passing comment about the dog I would have felt better about her. And after that kind of an incident there's no mention of the guys who did it and what happened to them? No trial? I find that hard to believe. And she sure took that whole incident in stride. She didn't seem overly traumatized by it.

And the parents....oh dear. I liked the dad okay, but the mom was a raging harpy. And I'm skeptical of the Dad keeping that big of a secret from Lucy. Maybe, given his whole "break from reality" thing you could go with it, but it was a stretch.

And what kind of guy allows the girl that he is supposedly madly deeply in love with to date a guy like Sawyer when he, of all people, know what Sawyer is really like????? OMG! There were so many times reading this book that I wanted to just throw the book across the room. Only the fact that it was a digital book and I value my Galaxy Tab kept me from doing it.

This book was like a train wreck. I just had to keep reading, despite everything. I kept hoping it would get better. That things would come together and make some sort of sense. But if anything, it just got more unbelieveable. And the comment from Jude that it should have been Lucy that was killed? I'm sorry, but that pushes beyond the border of "broken bad boy" to just being a raging a-hole. What kind of remark is that, and how could you EVER forgive someone for saying that? Gee, you wish I was dead so you wouldn't have to be even more tormented than you are. That's okay, I know you didn't mean it. NO. Absolutely not. There is not justification for that kind of remark, or pretty much any of his actions throughout the book.

Save yourself the money and time and skip this one.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not very good, sorry :( 11 octobre 2012
Par Kala - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was expecting this book to be a lot more focused on the dancing, considering the cover and the blurb. But it's not. The main character dances only a few times and somehow gets in to Julliard.

The story revolves around Lucy and Jude. Both have screwed up families and seriously screwed up situations that I don't even really care about. The "twist" towards the end came out of nowhere though and I can't believe what Jude said to Lucy that night. It was unforgivable.

But of course she forgives him. Because he's all sexy and has liquid silver eyes and is a bad boy who turns her into mush with the slightest touch.


One of my hugest pet peeves in novels is when major crimes happen and either police aren't called at all, or police show up and are completely inept. And they're not inept because they're supposed to be written that way, they're inept because the author has NO clue how police officers behave.

There's a scene at the start of this novel where, for some reason, a couple guys light Lucy's dog house on fire (killing her dog). They then beat up Lucy, douse her in lighter fluid, attempt to light her on fire, then attempt to drown her. Jude shows up and saves her.

The cops come, Lucy tells them what happened, and they arrest Jude. This is a serious crime. Like. MAJOR. This is attempted MURDER. The only more serious crime in the universe is actual MURDER. So yeah, the guys get arrested, but the person who saves her life gets arrested too? For beating them up? For being someone who lives in a boy's home? It's dumb.



Several scenes in this book at just too stupid to be believable. Lucy is at a football game with her friends. She recognizes the football coach as the same one who worked at her old school last year. In the middle of the game she goes on the field and tells the coach that he should let Jude play quarterback. Jude has never played football before in his life.

Of course, the coach is like "SURE NP!" and Jude goes in the locker room where there is somehow a gold spandex uniform for him to wear. He comes out and on the first play instead of throwing the ball or passing it off to someone, he tucks it under his arm and runs 80 yards down the field scoring a touchdown. He then single handedly wins the game for the team and a few games later two dozen scouts show up and try to offer him a seven figure NFL contract.


At the exact same time as the game, Lucy suddenly gets invited to join the cheer squad without having to do a tryout or anything. One of the cheerleaders saw her do one tumbling pass and that is apparently an instant invite!


The whole homecoming scene was strange. Jude STEALS A CAR to take Lucy to homecoming in. The cops come and Jude leaves Lucy at the dance and gets into a huge car chase with the cops. "A hundred" cop cars chase him all over the county. Lucy finally grows a pair and dumps him after this.

But they get back together. Until Sawyer tells Lucy "Hey, go ask Jude about Holly." Once we find out the real story behind Holly, this MAKES NO SENSE WHATSOEVER. There is NO WAY Sawyer would know that Lucy would not ask Jude the story, but instead would follow him til she happens to see Jude in a completely compromising situation (where she is somehow close enough to overhear an entire conversation between Jude and Holly at the front door of her house while she is parked several trailers away hiding in her car) and completely misunderstand everything.

But of course, Lucy does. And she dumps Jude and IMMEDIATELY starts dating Sawyer. Who she dates for SIX MONTHS.

And Sawyer is the "perfect" boyfriend for six months.

Then he has a personality switch near the end of the novel that just blew my mind. Not because it was so awesome, but because it was so stupid and unrealistic. I really don't think he could have kept up the facade for six whole months and then suddenly decide, right before Lucy is about to leave for Julliard, that he is going to show his true colors and try to rape her.

It makes NO SENSE. Except it gives Jude a reason to show up and save the day. And of course, Jude and Lucy get back together.


Twist at the end that comes out of nowhere. And I don't believe for a second that it could have been something neither character would have figured out earlier. It's completely unrealistic that neither would know.

Then for Jude to say he wished Lucy had been the one killed? Like I said above, unforgivable.

This wasn't the worst book I've ever read, but it wasn't great either. It suffered from a lot of the silly cliche crap I've been seeing in YA romance all over the place lately.

The one good thing about it is that it's an easy read. The writing flows decently and I wasn't constantly noticing typos/grammatical errors.
18 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Disappointed!! 11 septembre 2012
Par Elenita - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I hesitated a lot before buying this book, when I read a review mentioning that Jude cannot be compared to Travis Maddox, that, got my attention(I have to say I'm a good fan do Beautiful Disaster), it wasn't a good review, but when I compared with the rest (very good reviews) I thought I had to see for myself.
Worst decision ever. It was boring, Luce was one of the worst heroines I've seen. I finish wondering if I've read the same book as the majority of reviewers. Sorry for doubting MOM2JTV. Now I know how right you were!
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Unbelievably amazing! 20 juillet 2012
Par CJofNY - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
OMG!! Can I just say I haven't loved a book this much since Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire!!! This book still has me reeling, Lucy and Jude kept me up all night!!! Nicole Williams did an amazing job with this story!!! These two people from different worlds who literally crash into each others lives and make such lasting impressions!! Wow!! They're love story is amazing!!! I was smiling and laughing and almost in tears throughout their journey, and when I got to The End I felt like my heart would combust!! Lucy and Jude literally make you read on and on until you get to the end of their story, all the love and heartache and oh my god tragedy....I couldn't get enough!!! I don't feeli like I have to give you a run down of the plot bc the summary does that, but I do need to tell you that this book is one you will reread over and over again bc you just can't get enough!! The chemistry between the two jumps off the page and leaves you feeling breathless! The raw emotion, their struggles, there is nothing in this book that can take away from how great it is!!! If you loved Travis Maddox and Pidgeon's love story in Beautiful Disaster, or Brenna Blixen and Jake from the Branna Blixen novels, read this!!! You will not be disappointed!! It's so much more than good girl falls for bad guy, there's so much emotion that exists in these pages you get sucked in and can't stop reading! This is the epitome of a great story between two people who light up every page with every scene, and an author who did such an amazing job I can't stop gushing!!! Read. This. Book. I will over and over again!!
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