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Clash (Crash #2)

4.19 of 5 stars 4.19  ·  rating details  ·  38,153 ratings  ·  1,743 reviews
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
Kindle Edition, 216 pages
Published September 1st 2012
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“Jude wasn’t just my first love. He was my forever love.“

Woohoo! Our lovable uber-protective badboy, Jude, is back!

I really liked this book, I had some issues with it, but overall, I was very happy with it. This book had great dialogue, swoony moment, heart breaking moments, a totally badass chick fight, a heart sick badboy, some big issues to work though and of course a happy ending

This book starts up after the ending of Crash (book #1) with Jude and Lucy attending college. Jude being the
Alexis *Reality Bites*
Spoiler Free Review
4.5 STARS out of 5
Genre: Mature-YA Romance
Series: Book #2 in Crash Series

"I just wish I could trade in the roller coaster for a carousel. Able to anticipate what was around every corner, making the journey with less dramatic ups and downs." -Luce
"I get that, but that's not the hand you were dealt, baby, Jude was the hand you were dealt, and that man is no carousel, Lucy. That man is the super-duper-looper, Six Flags, knee trembling roller coaster extraordinaire." -India her ro
"The name's Jude Ryder since you're going to be my wife someday soon. And I didn't used to do girlfriends, flowers, or dates. And then I met you, and that didn't work for you. So I changed for you. And you changed for me too."
Jennifer Kyle

Let me grab a mic and say...I Love You Jude Ryder Jamieson!!


This was a well written sequel and I did thorougly enjoy the ride. I read it in one sitting.

The reason for 4 stars and not 5 stars is because it was excruciating for this Jude fan to read how repeatedly Lucy pushes him away. I shed tears for him being so in love and witnessing him being crushed was hearbreaking for me. Don't think I could ever turn my back on him in a million years!

My wish for their future is that Lucy never ever walk
I realise I’m going to be in the minority with this one, but this book just didn’t work for me. I was so excited when I knew we were getting another chance to read about Jude and Lucy. After all they went through in Crash, I was excited to actually see them put the past behind them and be in a relationship... or so I thought!

“It feels like sometimes I’m just waiting for the bottom to fall out beneath us. You know?” I felt guilty for admitting it, but I was a realist, and couples like Jude and me

I'll admit that the first book took me by surprise, it was really nice despite some editorial mistakes which were editorial so I tried not to be judgemental. This one had some, too.. But that's not why I gave this 2 stars.. What made me give this 2 stars is mainly the fact that the storyline in this one was not as thick as it was in the first one. I could have done without reading this book, and still be pleased with just the first one.

What I'm trying to say is that this was not as good
Kristin (KC)
3 Stars... Just finished Clash and I'm already missing Jude and Lucy! I guess that would be a sign of a good story...

Clash continues the story of Jude and Lucy as they make their way through their not so easy relationship, which I feel displayed even more turbulence in this book than the last. Although Jude was adorably dedicated and pretty much in it till the end, Lucy's doubts plagued her through the entirety of this book. She went back and forth, uncertain if she and Jude were supposed to be
Hazel G. (I ♥ Mancandy) *Craves the Angst Reviews* .
A full 5+ stars!
THIS BOOK WAS TERRIFIC! But really, after book one, I expected nothing less than AMAZING… and I got it!

The Review:
Clash is the second book in the Crash series. Book one, Crash, was a force to be reckoned with! I loved it. This book was just as amazing and filled with just as many angst’s and exciting hurdles to climb.

Lucy and Jude, who overcame major obstacles in book one throughout their last year of high school, are now in college. And though their colleges are only five ho
Smitten's Book Blog

Hmmm, where to start. I have mixed feelings about this book, because, I did love it and was completely rooting for Jude and Lucy, but parts of it drove me up the wall! I absolutely adored the first book. Clash was good, but not as good.

Where, in Crash, I loved Lucy and her sassy attitude. I loved that the characters had real how-will-they-ever-get-through-this issues to contend with and still managed to battle against the odds and convince the reader that the decisions they made were the right
LOVED this story!!! Jude Ryder is all kinds of sex-on-a-stick and he loves Lucy with such a Travis Maddox-like intensity, it makes him all the more appealing. If you are into teenage love stories with a hefty dose of angst, then this 2-book series is perfect for you!

The first book, Crash, takes place during Jude & Lucy's senior year in high school. This is when they meet, fall in love, and, unfortunately, are faced with numerous external situations that end up dictating their relationship.
My reaction to this one is the same as the first one, it wasn't horrible, but it wasn't the best.

It was the same exact thing, except now instead of being in high school, they're in college.
The description made me think that dancing would actually play a role in this book. But no. Dancing is barely mentioned, again, in this novel. Lucy dances about twice in the novel, and the rest is just her fighting about leaving or staying with Jude. Hell, Jude playing football is mentioned more than her danci
No me gustó para nada. Muy cliché.
Díganme, ¿hay alguien más insoportable que Lucy Larson? El libro básicamente se trata sobre sus dudas e inseguridades sobre Jude, así que me costó seguir con la lectura por eso.

Quiero rescatar una de las pocas cosas entre estos dos libros que me gustaron: el cambio que tuvo Jude.

Empezó con un: "Mi nombre es Jude Ryder, ya que sé que estás casi babeando como un perro rabioso por saberlo, y no tengo novias, ni relaciones, ni doy flores o llamadas regulares. Si es
Pilar ☽
"I just wish I could trade in the roller coaster for a carousel. Able to anticipate what was around every corner, making the journey with less dramatic ups and downs."

I'm giving Clash 3 stars, it was really hard to rate because it was shorter. I really loved the first book, but I couldn't quite follow this one because of Luce's behavior. During this book, she couldn't make up her mind and she kept running away from Jude... I get that she was confused and insecure but come on, she was hurting t
Sarah 'Oh how I LOVE a bad boy xx'

OH..... MY HEART !!!

OH...... THAT POOR BOY !!!!!

I made the HUGE mistake of starting this book at 9.30 pm !!!!

I just read and read and read and read..... I finally gave up at 1am !!!

BUT darn it..... I couldn't sleep !!!!

So at 4am I started reading AGAIN !!!

I can tell you..... I am SHATTERED !!! I am an emotional Wreck and I just want to go and find 'Jude Ryder' and HOLD HIM !!!

WOW....The ups and downs, the highs and lows, the heartache and the deliri
Linda ❤️ SassyClassy
**5 "Jucy" Stars!!**

I can't explain how much I loved this book.

Jude is trying everything he can to do right by Lucy. He's tamed his temper, changed his "no dates, no girlfriend" rule, but jealousy is still rearing her ugly head. In this case, that would be Lucy. Although, it doesn't help with Adriana Vix in the picture. She's the definition of man-eater. She knows where to put her claws in a man to bring him to his knees; Guys salivate over her and come flocking when she bellows.

Hope you're st
I'm giving this one 3.5 stars. I really loved the first book, Crash, but had some problems with this one. I thought that the sequel was going to help me come to terms with those feelings. But I can't say I feel any better at the end of this book. Not that it didn't end well.... I don't want to bring up spoilers, but I don't know that I can keep from doing so. So if you don't want to know too much, then don't read this review until after you finish the book.

I know that the nature of Jude and Luc
Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
Quick review:

Cover: Fitting
Rating: R
Thumbs Up: 4
Overall: Talk about emotional rollercoaster
Characters: Solid
Plot: It’s a matter of trust. Either you do or you don’t.
Page Turner: Yes
Series Cont.? Yes
Recommend: Absolutely
Book Boyfriend: Jude

SUMMARY (50 words or less)

Drama and more drama just how I like it. However, there was a moment in the beginning where I almost put down. I was probably me and not the book, but it was hard to swallow the events unfolding. Giving in, I continued and yes,
Awilk -never sleeps-
3.5 Stars

I read this book non-stop over a couple of hours unable to put it down, but not because I was loving it, but because I couldn't believe how much a character could annoy me. Lucy drove me nuts in this book. Thankfully, it didn't stop me from needing to know what was going to happen. Jude stole my heart in the first book and he didn't let it go at all in this one.

I find myself confused about my feelings for this series, but I will be reading the next book, just because I have to know what
Inés Izal
"-Jude, es como si a veces estuviera esperando que el suelo se desplomara a nuestros pies, ¿sabes?
—Lo sé, cariño —dijo—. Lo sé. Pero cuando lo haga, nos cogeremos a una cuerda y esperaremos a que se pase juntos."

Si tuviera que dar un euro cada vez que Lucy duda o se siente insegura en este libro, ya estaría viviendo bajo un puente arruinada y en soledad.
¿Qué te ha pasado Lucy? En el primer libro eras puro fuego, decidida y completamente enamorada de Jude. Y aquí te has apagado, te han comido viv
Natasha is a Book Junkie
A stunning sequel to Crash and an even more emotional journey for our beloved characters, Lucy and Jude, two young people carrying a lifetime of hurt on their shoulders. This story explores what happens after their apparent ‘happily-ever-after’, whether love is enough to erase the stains of the past and which things in life are truly worth fighting for.

Lucy and Jude are back together. Their bond is stronger than ever and they are inseparable. They are in college now but in cities hours apart. Ho
Amanda (Hootie) Clark
this woman's books make me want to cry, scream, laugh, and vomit all at the same time!! Clash was no exception! Lucy and Jude are about as dysfunctional as a Swamp People marathon! I was scared throughout this book that it would turn out effed up for these two characters but I should have trusted the author more lol! I swear my heart was beating into my tongue the whole book. There a few things the author put in this book that shed some light on my own love issues and helped me move past some hu ...more
J *I did it all for the nookie.The book nookie*
3.5 Stars!
I have to say....I was a little disappointed in this book. And Jude definitely saved it for me. I thought there were too many lows and not enough highs. Jude and Lucy were fighting more then they were happy....and nothing is better then when Jude and Lucy are "on". What happened to Lucy in this book?? She was SO insecure and gave up on Jude so easily. I really hope that this is not the last book in the series...while it did end happy I need more happy. And more Jude--YUM! :)
Willow ~ The Romance Cover
Well Jude is definitely as hot as ever and I do love Luce, but she really annoyed me at one point and I wanted to yell at her what was she thinking. I think this book had more ups and downs than the first . I could see the initial angst coming, but wasn't prepared for all the ups and downs to follow, every time I thought things would work out and I felt relieved, I turn the page and my relief was short lived! An enjoyable Sunday morning read.
Sofia Lazaridou
"Love is like a seed.You’ve got to plant it to grow. But that’s not all. You need to water it. The sun needs to shine just enough, but not too much. The roots have to take hold.And from there, if it pops its head above the surface, there are about a million things that could kill it, so it takes a whole lot of luck too.”

4.5 stars for Clash only because Lucy didn't learn anything from her mistake in Crash.I would have rated with 4 but in the end she changes(and I hope it will last) and does a b
ok....this book was just as good as the first one. Nicole Williams created a wonderful sequel to Crash. Even though this book was shorter, I loved the fact that we got to see a glimpse of their life and love together.This book was amazing. I think I fell even more for Jude in this book. This book just proves that a true love can get through anything. I have to say I loved the fact that Jude's love never waivered, even when Lucy wasn't sure...Jude was always there with his love:) This book was ev ...more
No le di 2 estrellas porque fue corto y Jude me encanta, ya que Lucy me desespero la mayor parte del libro, pero también tuvo sus momentos buenos.
El final me encanto, sin duda necesito terminar pronto esta trilogía.
Amanda (.---.--.-...-)
Hummm. Interesting. Wasn't the whole "spirit sister" cheerleader thing used in a recent book? In high school? And dear God, please don't let this be like Crash with another love triangle.

3.5 out of 5 stars

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Crash (Crash, #1) by Nicole Williams Clash (Crash, #2) by Nicole Williams Crush (Crash, #3) by Nicole Williams

I just wanted you to know I`d be chasing after you right now, naked if requiered. But because Im respecting your need for time and space, Ill force myself to lie here in bed and pretend to be asleep

Oh, how I LOVE AND ADORE JUDE RYDER!! I cant get enough of him. He is without a doubt one of my favorite bad boys ever!! he is definitly up there with Kellan, Travis and all the other badboys we all love and adore. (Kellan will of course always be number 1)

I must say that I was hoping this book would meet my expectations after reading the first book in the series, but for me it fell short. I think there was too much "roller coaster riding" in Jude's and Lucy's relationship that I began feeling it was ridiculous; however, I still wanted them to get together.

I thought parts of the plot were ridiculous, such as (view spoiler) Really?
AVISO: Disculpen si encuentras muchas maldicones y/o insultos, pero el libro se merece toda mi jodidas maldiciones. El que avisa no es traidor.

La única cosa fácil en la relación de Jude y Luce es su amor mutuo, todo lo demás es una gran mierda difícil.

Ahora están en la Universidad, y el temperamento de Jude no ha cambiado, y agreguemosle a esto los celos que surgen de Luce por una animadora que persigue a Jude de todas las maneras posibles para una chica. Luce sabe que debería centrarse en el ba
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I'm a wife, a mom, a writer. I started writing because I loved it and I'm still writing because I love it. I write young adult because I still believe in true love, kindred spirits, and happy endings. Here's to staying young at heart *raises champagne glass* . . . care to join me?

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