Review: Clash

Apr •  14 •  2013

If you know me by now, then you know that once I start a series and get hooked on it, there’s no turning back. And thank God that I had the second book in hand, which I quickly went to after finishing Crash.

 

The plot of the book is one of those plots that you can’t help but fall in love with. A couple, in the midst of their college years facing drama with friends, careers as well as people coming into their relationship and trying to ruin it. Each chapter pulls the reader deeper into the lives of Lucy and Jude. Both have grown up since Crash, but still need the re-assurance of one another.

 

The love interest is well…what can I say other than I love it! In the moments of peace or even when they fought, they were always on each other minds. They sought out one another unknowingly doing what they can to fix the situation any way that they can. I loved that once they got over their fears, their able to stand by one another and support each other. The ending of the book left me so giddy that I am literally jumping off my seat, ready to see how it will all end in the last book, Crush.

 

Clash is an amazing exploration of life and love in college. Impressive with the world building of college and life decisions, Clash remains solid. Thrilling and brilliant, Clash is awesome!

 

I give it 5 BITES!

5bites

Happy Reading!

SavySig2

FTC

4 Comments

  1. Jen @ YA Romantics
    Apr 14, 2013

    I have both of these and I’m dying to get to them. Glad I bought the second one too 🙂

  2. Farah
    Apr 14, 2013

    I haven’t read either books, but I’m glad you loved this one! Fantastic review!

  3. Wendy Darling
    Apr 15, 2013

    I read the first book, but weirdly , I don’t remember it. Uh oh!! Hah. Good to hear the second one lived up to your expectations.

    Wendy @ The Midnight Garden

    • Savannah
      Apr 16, 2013

      What?!? How can you not remember Jude Ryder? LOL