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Crash into You (Pushing the Limits) Paperback – October 28, 2014
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"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
"Unique details of the story, such as the focus on cars and drag racing, will set Crash into You apart." -VOYA
Top Customer Reviews
Who knew he would find love again after Beth shattered his heart but have no fear, it happens and it's even better than I could've imagined. You know that saying opposites attract? Yeah, on the outside, this saying totally fits Isaiah and Rachel. He's covered in tattoos, has piercings and dresses like 'thug' while Rachel is from a rich area, whose dressed in nice clothes, expensive jewelry and didn't have to buy her car. But as for them, on the inside, they are more alike than you would've ever thought. He, who is very experienced with the opposite sex (not relationships though) and she, who has yet to be kissed by a boy. What a strange pairing, right? But oh my gosh, they are meant to be together and it will have you fanning yourself while reading. I am not even kidding you.
Rachel gets in trouble, lots of trouble actually, but while she could've let Isaiah get himself arrested, she saved him. She didn't have to especially for a guy she didn't even know, one who looked like trouble but she couldn't help herself. That was the start of something special.Read more ›
I have a small confession I still haven’t read Dare You To, the book is on my shelf it just keeps getting pushed to the backburner. I don’t think having not read Dare You To took away from Crash Into You though. Each of the books in this series can be read as stand alones.
At the beginning of Crash Into You Isaiah is still hurting over how Beth treated him in Dare You To. He is living with Noah and barely getting by, to make rent Isaiah decides to race for a rather shady character. It is at the race that Isaiah meets Rachel.
Rachel is a rich girl who, from the outside, has a perfect life. Gorgeous car, perfect family, it’s a wonderful lie. Rachel suffers from panic attacks, has 5 very protective brothers, and is the replacement for a daughter who died of cancer. I honestly thought Rachel was worse off then Isaiah and that is saying something!
Rachel + Isaiah = Perfection. Their relationship shouldn’t work, they are from two very different worlds but their shared passion for cars and racing binds them together and I felt like despite their opposite upbringings the two felt natural.
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention Abby in this review. As perfect as Isaiah and Rachel were it was Abby that became a scene stealer. That girl has some serious s*** going on and I respected that she didn’t make any apologies about her job or her quirkiness. I really want Abby to get her own book although solving her problems is definitely going to challenge McGarry!
Now to the cars.Read more ›
I had been a big fan of Isaiah in the last 2 books and really wanted him to have a happy ending. So I was excited to find out that this book was about him. I enjoyed finding out more about Isaiah and to read about his story. There is just something about a young man with depth and a troubled past that I like rooting for.
Rachel is a new character to this series and one that I was torn on. I just couldn't get invested to her story As a medical professional I could not condone her keeping her anxiety attacks secret. I understood why she was doing it in relation to the story, but I just found myself shaking my head every time it was mentioned instead of sympathizing with her. However I did really enjoy her stepping out of her box and doing something crazy like drag racing.
The story as a whole was very enjoyable. Predictable - but enjoyable. I look forward to picking up the next book!
Rachel was the complete opposite of Isaiah, except for her passion for cars. Her family situation made me sad and angry. She kept many secrets, and I had a difficulty understanding how her parents could be so oblivious to her pain. Her entire family saw her as weak, but Isaiah saw the real Rachel: strong and determined. The pair had the perfect combination of sweetness yet undeniable chemistry. Even though their home lives were dramatically different, they unfortunately had much in common in terms of suffering and feeling alone. In addition to the great romance that developed between Isaiah and Rachel, this story had elements of danger and suspense that definitely heightened my reading experience. I love the emotional journeys that Katie McGarry always take me on, and I am looking forward to reading West’s book next.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am baffled, Ms. McGarry. Absolutely and utterly baffled that you have managed to do this to me once again. I am still reeling from this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Left-Handed Book Lover
I love this book so much! It is a great book for high romance lovers. Perfect young adult book. The author did a great job. You really fell in love with the characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I loved this read. Both Rachel and Isaiah were very lovable and I really rooted for them, both as a couple but even more for them being freed of the personal shackles they both... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anjena
At this point, I know exactly what to expect from a Katie McGarry novel - complicated characters with painful backstories, hormone-laden romance, and a whisper of danger. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Katie
I have had this book on my kindle for a long time, so I decided it was time to read it.
I fell in love with this series when I met Noah and Echo in book 1 (Pushing the... Read more
My full-on glom of this YA series continues. This third installment focuses on Isaiah, who is about to age out of the foster care system. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Clio Reads
I thought I loved the other characters in the series but I love Isaiah and Rachel best!!Published 6 months ago by katie
I’ve been working through this series slowly but surely and I’ve got to say, this was my favorite yet. I adore Noah and Echo, but Rachel stole my heart. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Black Heart Ali