I recommend that you read the first two books in this series before this book so that you can be captured into the characters world with as much obsession as I was.
Football glory. A giant diamond. A wandering eye.
Jude and Lucy are happily engaged . . . but that doesn’t mean life’s a bed of roses.
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?
Jude and Lucy are now in their senior year at college. Well Lucy is. Jude has been drafted into the NFL, which means he needs to relocate to San Diego while Lucy stays in New York. Can they handle the long distance and how much will Jude’s views on their lifestyle change with multi-million dollar contract.
Lucy wants to be independent.
Jude wants to give her everything.
These are the two main things their relationship struggles through throughout the book. Lucy wants to make her own way in life and still be in a relationship with Jude. Jude now has the money to give her everything she wants and more. Something he hasn’t been able to do before. Both being stubborn people they don’t understand why the other wants what they want. Again I wanted to shout at the book and tell them to sit down and explain to each other their points!
I love Lucy and Jude together…when they’re happy. Sometimes I felt like everything around them, including themselves, are destroying what they have. What I love most about them is how they push through all their problems just to be with one another. Gives me the feeling the love can concur all.
I think this book’s storyline was a great way to end the ‘Crash’ series. When I put the book down I missed Jude and Lucy…mainly Jude (my dream man).
The Book Series As A Whole
Throughout the series Williams really brought the characters alive. When I was reading the book I will flicking page after page, excited to see where the storyline would go. When I was away from the books (not my choice btw) I was thinking about them. I love how the series finished yet I didn’t want it to.
This series is a must read!!!