Dallas had trouble of his own. Finding women wasn’t a problem—he could charm ...more
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Dallas and Kitty are so amazing together. I loved their friendship and how the sexual tension was always present. From the beginning you can tell they are are meant to be together. Their conversations were so entertaining and the chemistry was off the charts.
T. Gephart has quickly become one of my favorite authors. Her books are always so fun, sexy, smart and hot! Highly recommend this book and author.
I understand you can love this kind of story but that's not for me.
"She was more than a miracle, she was perfection, and I still couldn't believe my dumb luck."
This romantic comedy story put a smile on my face from the first page to the last. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Dallas's and Kitty's story. He's the lighter and she's the explosive, different yet so similar that they are the perfect match.
However, both characters have the potential to create something epic, yet I missed the big bang. The story started out one way, which I thought was very promis ...more
She's done it again! An absolutely FANTASTIC read from this amazing author. I've been waiting for Car Crash since I finished Train Wreck, and boy was this story worth the wait!
The writing was excellent. The story was spot on, right down to the GORGEOUS cover.
I loved watching Dallas and Kitty grow, making me giggle and laugh along the way. Dallas is adorable and fun & Kitty is sassy and sweet.
Laughter, the tiniest touch of angst, and a healthy dose of steam deliver an am ...more
Soooo....I have only read one of Tina Gephart's books in the past. And honestly, I can't remember anything about that book - I know, not good. Sorry, Tina!!! BUT, with this book, that won't happen.
Car Crash is the second book in her Collision series but can be read as a standalone. I did not read the first book in this series and was not lost at all. I am going to assume the secondary characters mentioned in this book were from the first one, but again, nothing was confusing or deterr ...more
And I am going to be brutally honest here…The first three words….Yep the FIRST THREE WORDS people and I was completely hooked.
Dallas and Kitty, finally their story arrived and I loved every god damn minute of it!!
Cheeky, witty, play ...more
(view spoiler)[“Oh, Dallas.” Her voice warbled as she peeked through her fingers. “That was my first time.”
“Your first orgasm, baby?” Sure, I’d given her three, but I wasn’t going to get hung up on semantics. Hard to believe I was the first guy to ring her bell in twenty-three years, but some assholes had no idea what they were doing down there. I, on the other hand, was ...more
If you’re looking for a witty Rom Com I definitely recommend.
I received an arc of this book.
The thing is Kitty and Dallas are les ...more
I enjoyed the storyline quite a bit! It was a different approach on friends to lovers, which was greatly appreciated. The story flowed smoothly and easily. I was laughing, swooning and at times became frustrated.
Kitty is one of my favorite characters. She's strong, crazy intelligent and should not be under estimated. Dallas, one of my favorite male characters probably ever, is everythi ...more
Car Crash is the second book in the Collision series was definitely a good read for me.I thoroughly enjoyed it.
It could be read as a standalone but I still recommend you to also read Train Wreck because it is faboulus.
We met Dallas and Kitty in the previous book but this is their time to shine.
I've found them two easygoing,funny and sexy persons with a penchant for the wrong men and women and it's their attempt to solve this problem that brings them together making their friendship something t
Dallas totally channels Johnny Storm (Chris Evans, Fantastic Four). He is funny, goofy, narcissistic, & self proclaimed player who looks like Dave Navarro. As an elite tattoo artist, his life revolves around his art and women, right up until a new co worker plants a seed of thought that mak ...more
And, as the story continues to play out, it’s clear that these two are headed towards a cataclysmic crash - one that will definitely change the dynamics of th ...more
While well paced and written, I just could not connect w ...more
I'm putting this aside because I kept waiting for the story to get better but I'm already near halfway mark and still no difference. So, PASS! This was disappointing given that I enjoyed Train Wreck. I think Dallas and his womanising ways were laid on too thickly *cough self-proclaimed clit-whisperer cough* that my impression of him from the beginning was stuck on him being sleazy, that no amount of charming could change. The story's a bit flat and predictable. Obvious physical chemistry ...more
Kitty has found success in her career as an executive assistant but the same can’t be said about her personal life. She has a talent for attracting men that range from liars to losers and has come to the conclusion that she is a poor judge of character.
Car Crash by T. Gephart was a hilariously funny romantic comedy and I am so totally swooning over Dallas and Kitty RIGHT MEOW (pun totally intended 😉)!
The writing was beyond amazing and the storyline was so beautifully captivating that I couldn't put it down because I was instantly captured by the characters. Hours quickly passed before my eyes and yet it felt like mere seconds. This author has written some of my favorite books and this story to ...more
Wow this book was hilarious, we have Dallas, who is Josh’s friend and colleague from Train Wreck. Dallas works at the tattoo parlor with Josh, while Josh is now happy with Eve. Dallas has lost his wingman. Dallas is a larger than life hottie and is only ever up for a one night stand.
Then we have Kitty attractive and sexy and always pick the wrong men.
So Kitty and Dallas decide they would help each to keep away from the crazies. So for the first time they become ...more
T Gephart gives us another rom-com that we can smile, laugh and swoon over. Dallas and Kitty are two peas in a pod, they just don't know it yet!
Their shenanigans are laugh out loud funny and the way they interact with one another is so natural and cute. They were great together and the way way their relax progressed was perfect.
Dallas was hot, charming and kind of a goofball. He was so clueless sometimes I had to roll my eyes at him, but it wasn't surprising since he thought ...more
Kitty is a high powqered executive assistant, a disaster with relationships and a glutton for losers.
She's not loking for a picked fence and 2.5 kids. Her best friend Eve is happy with Josh, the hot tattoo shop owner. And his partner Dallas isn't half bad either. Only he ...more
These are two characters that you root for throughout the entire story! I just loved their dynamic together and their chemistry. The all meshed well together. I really enjoyed following along to their story and the troubles and emotional times they went through but while the author did an amazing job showcasing their relationship and how it developed I was hoping for a side story to go with that. I really just wanted a little more. But overall, I thought the writing was great with ...more
From the very start I was drawn in and completely hooked. It's one of those books you start and don't want to end, you try (and fail miserably) to read the ending slow just so it lasts that little bit longer. I've been dying for this story since I finished Train Wreck, it meet all my expectations and so much more.
There's so much depth with her characters, it's just utter brilliance!!
I you are looking for a witty, fun, sexy story wi ...more
Ms Gephart has done it again with this book. Car Crash is witty, has fantastic characters, a brilliant storyline, and completely sucks you in. So much so, that I want to be like Kitty when I grow up. She’s so strong, independent and in control, I love her.
Car Crash is a definite must read of 2019.
With an approach to life that is somewhat unconventional, she prefers to fly by the seat of her pants rather than adhere to some rigid roadmap.
Her lack of "plan" has resulted in a rather interesting and eclectic resume, which reads more like the fiction she writes than an actual employment history.
She'd tell ...more