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I tried, I tried and I tried but I could not get over Lucy and pain in the ass ways. I spent the majority of this book like this And like this And at times I just wanted to say Okay, I'm going to try and review the book now that I've gotten how I felt out of the way. The book kicks off with Jude being drafted in to the NFL. Lucy is definitely happy for him but she Is also scared. She is aware that money can change people, with Judes hefty seven figure contract her fear is escalated. What exactly is it that Lucy fears? Is it losing Jude?
That's why I was glad this one was almost over. Every year since puberty, from mid-June to early September, I'd been sure I was going to meet the real world equivalent to Prince Charming. Call me old fashioned, call me hopelessly romantic, you could even call me a fool, but whatever I was, I knew the end result-I was a sucker. To date, I'd never found a guy who was worthy to stand in Prince C's shadow; no real surprise there as I'd discovered more and more after each summer that guys were something of a pain in the ass.
But here, working on my tan at Sapphire Lake's public beach just a couple weeks before I was all set to start my senior year at a new school, I'd just found me a Prince Hot Damn. He arrived with a whole mess of guys, tossing a football back and forth, and specimens like this confirmed there had been some kind of divine rule in the universe because no natural selection process was up to the task of creating something like him. This was some god's, somewhere's, handiwork.
He was tall, his shoulders were wide, and he had those dark ringed eyes with black lashes that had the power to undo a woman's best intentions. So, in non-sucker terms, he was just my type. Along with every other English speaking woman in the northern hemisphere's. My blue raspberry slurpee-that was becoming more mush than slush with each passing wanton stare-couldn't even compete for my attention.
I didn't know his name, didn't know if he had a girlfriend, didn't know if he wanted one, but I knew I was in trouble.
However, it was when his dodging and tackling and sprinting ceased when he glanced my way that I knew I was in big trouble. The glance was immeasurably longer than every other glance shared with a stranger, but what was conveyed in that shortest of connections cut through me, letting some piece of this stranger work his way inside.
I'd experienced this before a few times in my life, nothing but an eye connection with a passing stranger that moved me on an instinctual level. For no reason at all, it was like I felt my soul surface in a typhoon, begging me to take notice and follow after that moment of serendipity.
To date, I never had, but the last time I'd let one of these moments pass was last fall when a boy working at a restaurant my family visited while on vacation delivered a pizza to our table. He'd dropped the pizza on the table, told us to enjoy, and then, right as he was leaving the table, he looked and me. My heart went boom-boom, my head got all foggy, and I felt this ache inside when he turned and walked away, like we were tied together by a fixed rope.
I'd let exactly four of these soul typhoons pass unexplored, but I'd made a pact of the utmost sacredness with myself that I wouldn't let a fifth go by in the same kind of way.
I was never sure if the person on the other end of that look felt the same kind of intensity I did, so when Prince Hot Damn turned away, tackling someone into the sand, I knew I ran the risk of him thinking I was one of those girls who made an art-form of preying upon beautiful boys minding their own business.
I didn't care, I wouldn't let another one of these moments go. Life was short and I'd been a firm believer in seizing the moment for the majority of my life. Then, he came to another standstill, like my stare was freezing him in place, before looking back. This time it wasn't a glance.
It was a good five second stare where his eyes did that dumbfounded thing mine were doing to me. His smile had just begun its upward journey into position when a football whizzed right into the side of his face. It was one of those moments you saw played out in movies: wide-eyed boy staring at girl, oblivious to the world around him until the laces of a football indented his forehead.
And since she's got a book, she probably knows how to read, so she's smart enough to know to avoid guys like you. I saw the reciprocation in his eyes, that and more. It was only a matter of how much time he wanted to play it cool until he came over. I had all day. That was what I reassured myself with as he threw the caught boy over his shoulder and ran the both of them into the lake, dunking up and down until the boy was squealing with laughter. I reassured myself again when he and the boy trudged from the water and returned to the cluster of boys playing football and picked up right where he left off, not sparing a single look my way.
Why do I have a feeling Luce will view spoiler [get pregnant? I am not even sure if a third book was necessary. Really, if they are happy and not fighting the story characters would be OK.
If they know they were followed by paparazzi: It was my own decision. I was glad I did finish it I think because now I can move on now without regretting not reading it. Amazing- Stars! Aaah, what a great way to end such an amazing story!
I really loved and enjoyed this trilogy! So much happened from the first to the last book! He's so hot 4- Mr. He's so hot and perfect, even when he went all ape shit over something I wanted to climb him like a tree. Unfortunately, I couldn't connect with our main character, our dear Lucy.
I don't know what happened, I liked her in the first book, then she became irritating, selfish, and annoying and I couldn't stand her. I tried, believe me, but it was so difficult. If it wasn't for her behavior I'd give this book 5 BIG stars but yeah, no. Puting aside my "almost-hate" for Luce, her relationship with Jude was so sweet.
They had so much chemistry and passion together, I loved it. Oh, and thank you Nicole Williams for the steamy times Those were pretty hot by the way. Crush was the perfect conclussion to a great series. Dec 03, Jan Bethel marked it as to-read Shelves: Oh my gosh! There is a third book!!!!! I read the first two books Clash and Crash a few months ago and I completely loved them.
And I sure miss Jude and Lucy.. And now I just learned there will be a third book! How awesome is that?!
Nicole Williams , you make me love you even more! And I can't wait for this book to be out! View 2 comments. Yup, Im totally looking forward to this one. I have such a crush on Jude its borderline stalkerish. Oh who am I kidding. If I could find my way in between the pages of my Nook, I'd totally pull him out and keep him for myself ; April 23 to such a long wait. Review below!
The Review: I love their history and I love their relationship. Lets begin You know the usual suspects in this line up. But lets talk about our mains I have adored Lucy from the moment we met her on the beach in the first book. She was strong, brave and a force. I will forever and eternally love this character.
Jude and Lucy.. Lucy and Jude are still stumbling along when this book opens up. They clash about money, about the distance, their jealousies, their futures, basically everything. I was conflicted as much as they were. She was all he thought about, all he cared about, all he wanted out of life. The money from playing football was just to set them up, have security, something he never had.
But I understood her independence and her desire to follow her own dreams.
Jude wanted to take care of her, provide and protect her. She wanted to know she could succeed on her own, be her own person. Their conflict was real, it was genuine and understandable. I got both of their points and was pulled in different directions just as they were.
But the author proved once again she knew best because Jude and Lucy had a bit more maturing to go through before they reached their HEA, and I love all the angst ridden moments, all the tension filled circumstances and all the passionate embraces we got to have right along side them as they found their way to their happily ever after. The Side Stories Holly finds an unexpected attraction and I think it was a perfect union. Little Jude or LJ as he wants to be called now, is a hellion but so freaking adorable!
Thomas proves how valuable he is to their group as he stands up and takes care of his girls. India is just as provocative and outlandish as always. The Wrap Up: Crush is the end of a beautiful, heartfelt journey. When that book ended, I felt like a piece of my heart had been ripped out and given to Jude Ryder and Lucy Larson and the journey they had embarked on.
And wait I did. For months I checked and rechecked the release date for the second book and when it finally arrived, I grabbed it up and devoured all its angst ridden moments right along side this power couple who it seemed could literally get through anything. And of course the wait began anew for book three. But as I just finished this last book and the last words, I question, was the torturous waiting worth it? Of course.
I wanted, no needed to know the ending to their story. Jude is without a doubt one of my all time favorite book boyfriends. There are some truly amazing fictional heroes out there and they have a permanent place in my heart but Jude Ryder carved out his own section, seared his story and his name into my mind and he will live with me, always.
To have a relationship thats as passionate and loving even with all the crazy arguing and hot headed antics, these two are unique yet real and we should all be so lucky. They are still hot headed, opinionated, passionate and in love and lust as much now as the first day they met and I fantasize they always will be. Its who they are, but they are maturing, they are learning, they are growing and they are trying to reason things out before exploding.
It may not have ended they way I expected or preferred or even wanted. And I hated the reason Lucy finally commits to Jude, which set me off in a mini-temper tantrum that this author, who I adore, would pull that card! But it was their ending and perfect for them. The last lines of the book were perfect. Jude and Luce I love them and I love everlasting HEA! View all 17 comments. Da igual si estoy entrenando, durmiendo o en la ducha.
Lo solucionaremos igual que hemos hecho siempre. Pero sea como sea, ha merecido la pena conocer a Jude. View all 4 comments. Apr 20, Lisa Kane rated it it was amazing. I fell in book love with Jude Ryder by the first chapter of Crash and continued my love affair to the very last sentence of Clash. But that love, that love seems like a crush pardon the pun until I met the Jude Ryder in Crush. Still engaged, still planning on getting married someday. He signs a three year contra I fell in book love with Jude Ryder by the first chapter of Crash and continued my love affair to the very last sentence of Clash.
He signs a three year contract with the San Diego Chargers, and although the amount is never disclosed, he goes from rummaging the sofa for spare change to being a multi-millionaire overnight. Jude leaves for training camp and Luce stays behind. Her choice. She wants to finish out the school year. And did she mention that she hopes to get a job for the summer? A job in New York.
He worries that the distance will pull them apart. They become very innovative with satisfying their need for each other and the loneliness caused by their separation.
Flying back and forth to and from California to New York becomes a new way of life for them.
Poor Jude, his attempt to download them a lavish home and a cool car fails to impress Luce. In fact, she becomes more sensitive about his money with his every download. She likes his team mates, but their trophy wives and girlfriends serve to make her feel out of place. Holly, and her son, familiar faces from the first two books, are forced by circumstances to come live with Luce in New York.
Her old college roommate, India, helps to find Luce a job with her brother Anton. The remainder of the story has some angst for the couple caused by her boss, and her frustrating inability to fully commit to Jude. His fame creates a particularly embarrassing, caught on film moment, after the two share a skinny dipping tryst on what they think is a secluded beach.
Queue the ballistic, possessive Jude we have all come to expect. I mean, shit, those are my boobs.
Crush has a fair amount of toe curling, blush causing sex that is delicious. And then there is the angst. There are two scenes in particular, one with Lucy and her boss and one with the couple themselves where I needed to just stop reading and catch my breath.
Jude, oh Jude, did that really come out of your mouth? I felt my love for him slipping just a little; Jude Ryder does asshole very well. Their story comes full circle in Crush, the ends are tied up in a pretty little bow and the reader will be satisfied. As much as I loved Crash and Clash, Williams outdid herself with this one!
By the way, the epilogue is one of the best I have ever read. It was my turn to step up to the give plate. Oct 20, Jessica's Book Review rated it really liked 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 It was perfect. 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.
Lucy is a bit of a commitment phobic if you ask me. 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. Yes, Crush was an end but I felt the story in Crush was also really good and entertaining. I just wish Jude was in the story a bit more. 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.
I give Crush Crash 3 4 Stars. View all 7 comments. I have been a huge fan of Lucy in the sky and Jude Ryder for a long ass time. With that said I was really disappointed in how their last book played out. I feel sad that they cant seem to find a happy medium. Their fight plain t I have been a huge fan of Lucy in the sky and Jude Ryder for a long ass time.
She was very insecure and this needing to find her own place in life was only tearing them apart yet she kept up this attitude. I kept think how selfish was and that Jude was only doing what thought was the right thing which was securing a future for her and only for her. Yeah he got a contract to play ball but his number one priority was to think of Lucy and her needs. Her excuse about him changing because of the money was not the case, it changed her.
Jude, ever the stud, was truly amazing in this installment. His love for Lucy never wavered. He had every right to be pissed. Even with all that the end just blew me for a loop, like as in a bad way!!! I wont spoil it but I thought they were both above this crap and for Ms Williams to place that kind of responsibility on them was just completely and utterly messed the eff up!!! I was NOT happy with the ending hence the 3 stars for this one but seriously, this was NOT the way things should have gone down.
She should have gotten over herself and made the sacrifice because Jude was the one and only and not because of anything else. I do have to say that Lucy did step up when it came to Holly.
It might not have solely to help her but she did. Holly was a great character and she deserved to be happy. The rest of the story, blah! Nov 09, Georgia marked it as to-read Shelves: View all 6 comments. I am going to give this book a collective 4 Stars. I just love Jude. What little bit he was in this book made this book for me. I have to say, I really did enjoy this story. I endured the pain, angst and joy throughout the first two of the series, and now have come to the bittersweet ending.
It's kind of hard for me to write a review for this because I want to review Jude lol. They're still engaged.
I felt that Lucy was lost as a person. She was trying to find her identity and independence. But at Jude's expense. Jude changed all of his ways for her, and all she could find in situations were the bad. Lucy knocked off that fifth star for my rating of this book.
Jude made up the other 4. It will for sure fall into my re-read pile, if I ever get a chance to get to it with my never-ending TBR. Oh, and just for good measure.. View all 3 comments. Dec 28, Alli rated it liked it. Ok, does anyone miss the old covers? A giant diamond. A wandering eye. Jude and Lucy are happily engaged. 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? Crash - Nicole Williams 1. Clash - Nicole Williams 2.
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