The steamy sequel to Crash!
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.
I was hoping that Lucy and Jude would get a bit of a break from Crash, but it just wasn’t that way. They move on with their lives, and grow a bit. This book mainly takes part at college. They attend different schools, after a bit of a break. Clash takes you through the young love and insecurities that it entails. A girl is making a play for Jude, and Lucy has to deal with her own anger issues about it. But she doesn’t deal well with it.
As I was reading, I was getting so frustrated with her. You see her making the wrong decisions so often you just want to scream. But, it did keep me interested in the book! And Jude makes some really crappy choices as well, which made me want to smack him.
Anyway, it was a good follow up to Crash. I am just hoping that Crush will allow them more happiness!
I give it 4 out of 5!