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The conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Crash trilogy, never before published in any format!

A football fantasy. A giant diamond. The modern-day Romeo and Juliet are taking their relationship to the next level. . . . Jude and Lucy are happily engaged, but that doesn't mean life's a bed of roses.

Once again, the hottest couple around is torn apart, this time by football training and a summer job. Now it's Jude with the trust issues.

Will Lucy's life-changing news bring them back together or end their relationship for good? Can love triumph forever?

Find out in the best installment yet in Nicole Williams's racy and romantic Crash trilogy!

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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?



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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
It just keeps getting better 23 avril 2013
Par Panglette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Jude and Lucy.... they took my heart on a wild goose chase through this book. There were scenes so sweet and beautiful I'd melt right into a puddle on the floor, and swoon so hard I didn't think I'd get up. Then there were scenes that had me freaking out and wanting to slap some sense into them. I enjoyed the journey. Every emotional mile. :)

In the 1st book, I could not get enough of that beginning chemistry between Jude and Lucy. But oh my- that boy was a hot mess. In the second book I kinda wanted to slap Lucy in the face. ;) She kills me when she breaks Jude's heart.

In this 3rd book, we're introduced to where Jude and Lucy stand a couple years after we last saw them. Jude gets drafted into the NFL & has his heart on his sleeve begging for Lucy to marry him soon. But Lucy is kinda busy channeling her inner Beyonce trying to prove what an independent woman she is who doesn't need marriage... or a man's money. What?!? Hot guy you love is offering you the moon and you would rather be alone and make your own cheese??? If he says "Marry me today" - she says not yet??

Jude- Pick me! I'll marry you! I'll give up my non-existent dance career for you! I'll have your little Jude babies.
What's that you say? He's not real, this is just a book, and I'm already happily married with kids?
Anywho....

It didn't take long before I understood where Lucy was coming from. I was 100 percent invested & really wanted to see them work out their battles. Fight their inner demons. Grow, mature, and become better people. To stop being jealous, understand each other and get on the same page people! And oh my- maybe I don't remember the other books that well, or maybe J & L just kicked it up a notch in the sheets... but it got pretty steamy throughout this one! <fans herself>

I really loved the writing. The beginning chapter is blatant foreshadowing so hold on to your panties and enjoy the ride. I love how the author tied things together throughout the books. I loved some of the new people we got to meet, and getting to know better some of the ones we've met before. And I loved loved loved the ending.

Enjoy! I know I did. I still can't wipe this huge happy grin off my face.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Everybody (DOES NOT) Love Lucy 1 mai 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I hate to say this but I could not stand Lucy in this book. Come to think of it, I couldn't stand her in all of the books. She is completely self centered, only thinks about what it best for her, and can't come up with reasons why she's upset. I was so angry everything someone asked her what was wrong and her response was "I don't know." YOU DO KNOW! You're upset because Jude is the quarterback of an NFL team, has money, and you think he's going to leave you for something "newer." The sooner Lucy admits this, the better the book would be.... but she doesn't admit it. She lives in her own world where it's okay to be upset for stupid reasons.

I felt for Jude throughout the book and was sorry for him in many cases. I felt that their tempers were unnecessary but that seems to be their relationship. I also found the book, especially the ending, to be unrealistic.

I wasn't impressed with this book and wished the series was wrapped up better.
9 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Perfect ending for an adorable series! 23 avril 2013
Par Jessica - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Holy ovaries ladies... when did Jude and Lucy become so... what can I call it? R rated? I was seriously not expecting some major hot love scenes between the two in Crush and was very happily surprised. Who knew Facetime on the iPhone could be so sexy? Jude and Lucy have certainly grown up in their 4 year relationship and it really showed in Crush.

I am a huge Crash Series fan. I fell in love with Jude... okay Lucy too since book one and am sad to see this series end but I am completely happy with the ending and my life can go on without thinking there is more story to tell. It was perfect.

**Beware spoilers for those who have not read Clash (Crash #2) yet.**

Crush picks up three years later from where Clash (Crash #2) ends... if you don't remember let me recap for ya. Jude is a hot shot QB in college, Lucy is a hot shot dancer at a totally different college. They overcame a lot of jealously issues as well as distance to finally get engaged on the football field in front of the entire crowd to make it one epic of a proposal.

Three years later and here we are in Crush, they are STILL engaged. Lucy is a bit of a commitment phobic if you ask me. Jude is drafted to the NFL and is taken across the country again, another distance issue but really it's not the main problem this time around. Lucy is trying to be independent and to follow her dreams while Jude is living his.

I really am happy with everything Crush had to deliver. I am usually not a big fan of "book 3's" in series usually because I feel the characters/storylines have run their course and book 3 is usually just a drawn out end. Yes, Crush was an end but I felt the story in Crush was also really good and entertaining. Jude & Lucy have really grown up since Crash and Clash in many ways, not just S-E-X, hot S-E-X might I add!

I just wish Jude was in the story a bit more. Jude being in Southern California for football and the book being in Lucy's perspective as she is still living in NY, working and attending school; we don't get a whole lot of Jude time. I ended up really appreciating this at the end because I loved Lucy and respected her more for wanting her dreams, wanting to make her own money, and not live off of Jude and his millions; but to be her own person.

While Crash and Clash were more Young Adult, Crush is definitely Adult or at least mature YA. I really hope other readers notice and appreciate the growth over the 4 year span of Jude & Lucy's relationship like I did.

I give Crush (Crash #3) 4 Stars.
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Perfect ending! 23 avril 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was pleasantly surprised to see that this final installment of the Crash Series was delivered automatically overnight and was magically awaiting my discovery first thing when I woke up this morning.

So, let me say that I love Jude and Lucy. There's has been a tumultuous love story with any and everyone telling them they aren't right for each other, but maybe they just aren't right for anyone else either. They bring out the best and the worst in each other, but at the end of the day, they always come back to each other. Because in the end, they have this explosive love that pulls them back together, no matter what tries to tear them apart.

I must admit that I am a bit tearful that this was the last book in their love story, but I was very happy how it ended. Guess I'll just have to read it over and over again!
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Very sweet story - can be read as a stand alone book 9 août 2013
Par Reading as much as I can - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I didn't read the first two parts of this series, and I think I missed a lot.
This book CAN be read as a stand alone novel, BUT I don't think I'd recommend it.
The reason is that just jumping into Lucy and Jude's relationship in the third book (missing the first two), I didn't get the full understanding of what they have been through as a couple. The book makes quick references to some really hard times they have had in the past, as a couple and also how they were raised. But this book only make cursory references to it, so you don't feel the angst as heavy as you should.

Lucy is going into her Senior year at college as a dancer. Her fiance was just drafted to play football as the QB for a team that is across the country. This part of the series focuses on their relationship as he goes off to play pro football and she needs to find herself since she is still in school.

The author does a brilliant job of creating a loving (albeit extremely jealous and somewhat hot-headed), sexy and faithful character in Jude. All he wants to do is play football and make Lucy happy.
Lucy is a bit more confusing. She loves Jude with all of her heart, but she is confused on what her role in the relationship is - so she puts off taking the next step in their relationship. They ARE young. There is no need to rush into marriage. Dancing is a crazy career - tons of travel and is physically exhausting. How can a pro football player and a dancer possibly make a relationship work? I didn't think it could. And of course, someone has to sacrifice their 'dream'.

So the book neatly ties everything up with a bow (which is fine by me!) and they get their HEA.
The author tries to throw Lucy a bone by giving her a piece of her dream, but I think it was just to make readers happy that Lucy didn't completely sacrifice herself in the relationship.

This is a book that has a few sex scenes that are more explicit than Young Adults - so not for the young readers/teenagers yet.

I love happy endings. I love the way the novel neatly pulled everything together, even though it was a bit TOO neat.
I love Jude and how his adoration for Lucy is his number one priority.

If you need deep emotional or more exciting plots- this is not the book for you
But if you want a very sweet romance that has a sweet HEA - read this!
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