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She came around the corner, unexpectedly and like a hurricane of stars. My mind went completely blank. I hung up and stuck the phone in my pocket.

Taylor's long lashes curtained her smooth cheeks as she dropped her gaze.

The adrenaline rush left behind from getting my hands on a sixty-five Shelby morphed into an explosion of every emotion I'd ever felt. I lunged forward and grabbed her hand. She gasped as I dragged her around the back of the building. I pressed her up against the bricks and stared down at her.

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  • File Size: 2448 KB
  • Print Length: 280 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 23, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GH43E1A
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,104 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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While I hate to be the bearer of bad news, I have to say that this book is just not even close to worth reading. I read "Freefall", and while I didn't love it, I thought the characters and writing were good enough to give "Clutch" a chance. Tess Oliver dealt with some pretty heavy topics in "Freefall", and I always respect an author who can add that kind of substance to a book while telling a good story.

That all fell totally apart with Clutch. If you thought Taylor was annoying in the first book, get ready to want to slap the stupid out of this girl. Yes, I know that she's 18, and I probably should have expected it, but I just could not handle her constant attitude, bitchiness, immaturity, and "OMG, my family is ruining my life!" monologue. She doesn't take any responsibility for her actions, insists that she's an adult and should be treated like one, while simultaneously thinking "well, they all think I'm a brat so I might as well act like one!"

In addition, the book feels rushed and lacks substance. It's full of teenage angst and lacks any redeeming qualities that make me want to actually read about these characters.
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By NGfromHB on February 7, 2015
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What a disappointment. Freefall was worth reading, this one, definitely not. Spoilers: Taylor was an immature bitch! I just did not get her relationship with Clutch. Other than being hot, I didn't understand what he saw in her- she didn't have a single good character trait in her! It doesn't make sense. Clutch was so kind and thoughtful. And Taylor was this selfish immature kid running around doing whatever she felt like. Who flys to Alaska on a whim, without proper clothing, and ends up crying in a crazy mans shed? And for Clutch to fly to her rescue? Ugh. Lame! She truly acted her age. I get that her parents were overbearing but she still didn't think things through. I almost want to say Clutch is too sweet to end up with a girl like that but maybe he's an idiot too. I'm happy this book was free and I didn't waste my money.
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When high school student Taylor Flinn’s parents ship her off to a relative’s house out of state, Jimmy “Clutch” Mason is both crushed and relieved. That wild girl may have his heart, but she’s out of control, and he’s way too old for her flirtatious games. But when she comes back, more grown up than ever and just a few weeks shy of her eighteenth birthday, all bets are off. With a boyfriend in tow and parents who won’t let her anywhere near Clutch, he knows he should stay away. But what his mind tells him and where his heart leads him are two very different things.

The Verdict: Well…that was a waste of money. I really liked Clutch in Freefall, and I couldn’t wait to read his story, but that didn’t work out so well.

Clutch is easy to love, and I certainly liked getting to know his character a bit more. It’s clear he loves his brother, his friends, and his business, but he’d do damned near anything for the barely legal girl whose relentless flirting and wild way have been driving him crazy for years. Taylor’s feelings for Clutch are no less intense, but she’s matured a little and begun putting herself first instead of throwing herself at him constantly. But no amount of clearing her head can do away with how she feels when Clutch is around, and when her parents and older brother forbid her from seeing him, she risks their constant disapproval to go after what she wants.

Unfortunately, I had a little trouble connecting to the characters. Taylor’s a rather flighty high school senior, and while most of the time she was perfect in her wild-child role, there were some odd moments where her declarations of love for Clutch just seemed a little too mature.
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Overall Rating: 5 Rockin’ ★★★★★

Taylor has always belonged heart and soul to Clutch. He has always looked on her as his best friends irritating little sister. When her family sent her away to live with family in Florida it was to get her away from Clutch and help her get over her crush. Even after she returns the feelings she had are still there. Her family is adamant that she will stay away from him or they will send her away again. Taylor has different ideas; she is still head over heels in love with Clutch and is two years older. She will no longer be controlled and denied a chance to get Clutch for her own.

Clutch cannot believe how Taylor has changed. She is no longer his best friends little sister but someone he knows he will not be able to ignore. So many conflicts hit all at one time for Clutch. His brother returns and he has to help him clean up his drug addiction. His business partner who is also Taylor’s brother doesn’t want him to have anything to do with her. Taylor’s family lets him know through Jason that she is off limits. This puts an added stain on their partnership. Will Clutch tell them all to get out of their business? Can they overcome family prejudice? With all of this going against them will Taylor and Clutch find a way to be with each other?
~TSRBR

Overall rating: 5 Rockin’ Stars!
Hero –James “Clutch” Mason: 5 stars
Heroine –Taylor Flinn: 5 stars
Steam: 5 stars
Plot: 5 stars
Cliffhanger: No

Would I recommend this book: Yes! This is Ms. Oliver’s second book in the Custom Culture Series and it is unbelievable. I have read this book not once, twice but three times. When you reread a book just because you enjoy it that says a lot about the book and its author!
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