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Crash into You (Pushing the Limits) Hardcover – November 26, 2013
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The first time Isaiah lays eyes on Rachel, she is climbing out of her white Mustang GT, ready to race. “Angel,” he thinks, looking at her glowing blonde hair, fine features, and expensive clothes. But why would a girl like her be out in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by a rough, swindling crowd of guys? Isaiah wants to protect her, even though she is obviously out of his league. For her part, Rachel has stepped far from her comfort zone. The only girl in a family with four older boys, Rachel generally shies away from the world, suffering debilitating panic attacks. But she loves the dangerous thrill of racing her car, and this is the first time she has driven out to distant, dark roads just to get in a good race. It seems like a bad idea, but Isaiah has her back. Fans of the Romeo and Juliet style of romance, where the power of love overrides all obstacles, will love this entry into the Pushing the Limits series. In this fourth book, characters from earlier stories brush against the central drama, and although new readers might feel moments of confusion, the novel still stands alone. Highly recommended for readers who enjoy the books of Simone Elkeles and Abbi Glines. Grades 9-12. --Diane Colson
"McGarry's fans as well as those fond of realistic romances will greet it eagerly." -Kirkus Reviews
"Sweet and sexy romance." -Publishers Weekly
"Katie McGarry does a great job of ratcheting the tension from zero to 80 in the first pages and holding it there all the way around the track."-New York Journal of Books
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Everything about this series is so typical and you can guess and see how it's going to pan out and you just know that someway or another it will all work out and live happily ever after. Which is OKAY! but usually I am just eye rolling parts of the stories when it comes to this series and I'm like, "yeah, yeah, yeah, move on." However, with this book I was surprised with the ending I didn't see something happening which was a nice surprise and for a page or 2 the author kept you gripping the book wondering if the author did the unthinkable, which was a nice surprise.
Rachel I just wanted to shake and yell at, smack her entire family upside the head and say, "WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!!" seriously. I didn't realize that panic attacks can be so bad? crazy. I learned a lot about cars in this book which was interesting, I enjoyed the contestant mixing of characters from the other books even though each book is an individual story of one of the characters they are still there and mixed in the story, which makes fans of this series and they author wonder who she will do the next story on. Rachel is a wonderful sweet, kind character and you just love her, regardless of her naietivity.
Isaiah was a little whinny and I just wanted to smack him and say, "get over it!"
Overall: it's alright for people who like this sort of stuff it just was okay for me.
Sexual Content: moderate (kissing, knowledge that some characters had sex)
Violence: moderate (some fighting)
And its a wild ride. Literally, in this case.
Back in the first two books we met Isaiah, best bud of the first book's hero, Noah, and romantic triangle loser to the third in their trio of friendship, Beth, heroine of the second book.
Isaiah is broken because Beth chose a rich boy over him, his mother abandoned him, and he's had a string of foster care homes leaving him with iron walls around his heart. The one thing he can indulge his passion in is cars. Mustangs. Drag racing.
Rachel is the youngest daughter to a family who lost their eldest girl to leukemia and has groomed RAchel to "replace" her. Only Rachel is hiding a secret from her family, as well as her own love of cars and grease and other tomboy things her dead sister never would have liked.
Rachel and Isaiah coming together is like emotional Doritos, so cheesy and angsty and completely addicting.
My favorite part where Rachel explains her issues with bossy brothers and isaiah's comeback:
"I'm not bossy," he says and I get a little thrill that he's playing along.
This isn't me. In my day-to-day life , I could never find the courage to talk to guys, much less tease them, yet here I am. "No I have four older brothers...The point is I know what bossy is -- and you're it"
"Think of it as strongly encouraged tips for survival."
And here's a kind of summary of what I think McGarry uses as the theme for all her heroes, including Isaiah. Here's what he thinks:
"Being born into the world is the greatest crapshoot there is. Some are born lucky, others aren't. For the first time, I see how this rule transcends money."
Come for the teen angst, stay for the redemption of the bad boy. Not quite suitable for the younger YA crowd what with references to drug dealing, rape, and bit of heavy petting.
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I liked Pushing the Limits and then cam Dare You To. I didn't dislike that one, but I didn't like it as much as Pushing the Limits either.Read more