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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 336 pages
  • Publisher: MTV Books (July 10, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 145165801X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451658019
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,309,647 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews


“This is one twisted love triangle that had us scratching our heads and biting our nails. In short: a real page-turner! You'll love it if you're looking for a summer read that's loaded with drama….It's an emotional story—complete with funny, sarcastic characters and mean-girl confrontations—that you're sure to enjoy!” —Seventeen

"An excellent read!...If you're looking for your romance with a healthy dose of realistic drama, then this book is for you." —

"Such a Rush is a fantastic read for summer! ... It’s a must read for contemporary romance fans!" —Book and Latte Reviews

"This book has it all." —

“A perfect summer read … Echols’ blend of romance, interesting characters, witty dialogue and dramatic intrigue makes her latest book a favorite of mine.” — Book Reviews

"Such a Rush has it all: a strong female character, two hot twin brothers, and a love story that will have your heart beating faster." (FOREVER YA FICTION)

About the Author

Jennifer Echols is the award-winning author of multiple romantic dramas and romantic comedies for teens. She lives in Birmingham, Alabama.

Customer Reviews

She has such a great writing style and I love her stories in general.
Kailia Sage
Still, I've continued to read her books in the hopes that some day, I would love one as much as I loved Going Too Far.
Hannah @ Paperback Treasures
I really liked Leah and Grayson, although Grayson did frustrate me at times.

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jackie R. on August 27, 2012
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Leah comes across as a strong, passionate female lead, who loves to fly. I was excited to read a book about a girl who knows what she wants to do and pursues a field that is dominated by men generally. She also comes from poverty, her mother not present and it seems like she really had to grow up quickly, and grow up on her own. I also liked this aspect of the story because there are not many books out there at all that accurately portrays what is it like to be poor in America.

The story was wonderfully written and the author did a great job in creating and writing this story.

The ONE thing that I absolutely hate about this story is how rude and hypocritical Grayson is. He is supposed to come across as this Bad Boy gone Prince Charming after the death of his father. But Leah and Grayson's relationship was unrealistic and pretty pathetic. They went from never talking and not really knowing or liking each other much to having sex after a week of working together at the airport. The time in between these two relational extremes involved Grayson interrogating and bullying her about her sexual history. Every single conversation they have in the novel involves what she has done sexually. He assumes she has had sex with his father, with other pilots coming and going at the airport, and with her classmates. She has only had sex ONCE! And even IF she was a little bit promiscuous, no girl deserves this kind of bullying and harassment. It is HER sexuality and past, not his. Then as they start to have sex, Grayson casually mentions he has had sex many times, and was sexually active with a girlfriend a few weeks before getting with Leah. He is such a hypocrite!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Lane on July 10, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Seventeen year-old Leah has always lived by airports growing up. Living next to one in a trailer park is the cheapest rent and thanks to Leah's loser mom, that's all they can afford. Leah actually doesn't mind being close, she loves planes and longs to fly. Determined to make the best of a situation and not follow in her mother's footsteps, Leah gets a job with Hall Aviation at the airport next door. Mr. Hall takes her under his wing and is like the father she never had. Despite her close relationship with Mr. Hall Leah feels like an outsider every summer and school vacation, when his sons come to visit. They help fly the banner planes that make up the majority of Mr. Hall's business. His sons are gorgeous and complete opposites, even though they're twins. Leah stays back as a silent observer, secretly crushing on Grayson. It's a shock and a blow when Mr. Hall dies unexpectedly, and Leah makes arrangements to work elsewhere figuring the business will be sold. When Grayson and Alec show up to run the business, she's surprised but doesn't think it'll last for long, and Leah has no intention of staying. However, Grayson digs something up in Leah's past and blackmails her to stay on to help fly the banners. In addition to forcing her to stay, Grayson also wants Leah to persuade Alec to date her. Grayson threatens Leah's future hopes of flying so she has no choice but to cooperate with his scheme. She can't figure out why Grayson wants her to attract Alec, and he refuses to tell her.

One of Jennifer Echols great strengths as a writer is her ability to write perfectly flawed but relatable characters, so I connected with Leah instantly. I felt protective of her and rooted for her to triumph and rise above her situation.
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Format: Hardcover
Let me start off by saying I adore Jennifer's writing. She's poignant, detailed, and really knows how to steam up a scene, especially given the constraints of the YA genre. There is a very sad element that remains throughout the whole story due to Mr. Hall's death and I really felt for Leah having to deal with a barely-there mother and a crazy reputation. There is a lot of heartache and self-discovery in Such a Rush, which makes it a perfect book for young readers.

My favorite parts of this book was anything with Grayson and Leah in it, which I felt wasn't enough. Although I did like learning about Leah's less-than-stellar life and how she didn't define herself by how or where she grew up. Leah is definitely a kick-ass female lead and I loved how she never let things get to her, always striving for the best for herself and never giving up on her dreams. Grayson was a bit harder to like at first, with his attitude and all, but you eventually learn to love him and you can't deny his sexiness, right from the start. Alec is very sweet and nice, too, but I didn't really connect with his character.

I didn't really care for all the talk about airplanes. Even if I'm not interested in a topic, I don't mind learning about it and seeing the wonder if it through another person's eyes, but I felt like Jennifer talked too much about airplanes. She would describe all the facets of planes and flying down to the most minuscule thing and I don't think it did anything for the story. Yes, I get that Leah loves flying and all, but a bit more focus on the story and romance, less on the technical aspects of it all would've made me enjoy the book a lot more. I found myself skipping all the plane-related parts except when it was relevant to the story, which in my opinion, wasn't a lot. You need to understand Leah's passion for the flying and her relationship with the Hall family, yes, but it could've been done without so much talk about planes.
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Jennifer Echols was born in Atlanta and grew up in a small town on a beautiful lake in Alabama--a setting that has inspired many of her books. Her nine romantic novels for young adults have been published in seven languages and have won the National Readers' Choice Award, the Aspen Gold Readers' Choice Award, the Write Touch Readers' Award, the Beacon, and the Booksellers' Best Award. Her novel GOING TOO FAR was a finalist in the RITA and was nominated by the American Library Association as a Best Book for Young Adults. Simon & Schuster will debut her adult romance novels in 2013, with many more of her teen novels scheduled for the next few years. She lives in Birmingham with her husband and her son.

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