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For characters, you have sweet, thoughtful Cami, mysterious, troubled Hunter and geeky, unsettling Clay. I really loved Cami. She's very kind and naive to the point of obliviousness at times, but there's a fierce stubborn streak that only comes out when you push her a little too far.
I thought upon first meeting him that I wasn't going to like Hunter much. He has issues like you wouldn't believe, including drug use and drinking. Despite that, you can't help but like him. He makes you laugh, he makes you sad, he makes you want to hit him upside the head in frustration, but most of all, you want to discover his secret. I came up with all sorts of theories with everything from, oh no, he's a vampire! to, hmm, is he in witness protection?
Clay is a fantastically written character. He's been Cami's best friend forever, but now he wants to be more. From the first scene with him, he gave me the shivers. The, oh dear, this is going to be sooo messy kind of shiver.
The first half of the book is mostly about Cami, though the POV alternates with Hunter. The plot moves at a marvelous pace, growing in suspense even as the focus shifts over to Hunter for the second half. And then that ending! So. Freaking. Awesome. It just pounces on you, and you think, so that's what was going on! It all makes sense now! I wanted to cheer, but it was ridiculously early in the morning and I didn't want to wake anybody up.Read more ›
Cami Wimberley is the quiet, laid back, no nonsense good girl. Perfectly happy living her insanely normal life, being almost invisible as she finishes her senior year preparing for college. Hunter Wilder redefines the term bad boy with his smoldering good looks, charm and charisma. Polar opposite of Cami, he prefers the party animal life style, and is known at school as the ladies man. When these two collide sparks will fly.
Weatherford goes back and forth showing us both Cami and Hunter's POV throughout, managing to maintain the viability of the story and keeping Hunter's secret's right to the very end. Weaving a tale of drama and suspense as we watch the relationship between Cami and Hunter grow, and as hard as Hunter works to keep his secrets Cami works at unraveling them. Obsession leads to deception as love, jealousy and betrayal collide leaving us with a jaw dropping revelation at the end. Will Hunter's secrets ultimately tear him and Cami apart, or bring them closer together.
Weatherford has a distinctive writing style with the ability to create storylines with depth and realism; her characters are real, believable and relatable. If her name is on a book I immediately want to read it, regardless! Crush is yet another success for the amazing author, I was very sad when I got to the end I just wasn't ready for the story to end.
I give this one 5/5 guys, but that's just my two cents!
While I am not a huge fan of the YA genre either, if they are written well, as this one was, I enjoy them. I am also a fan of Lacey Weatherford's Chasing Nikki series.
Cami is considered a nerd at her high school, albeit a beautiful one, but a nerd none the less. She studies hard and has and after school job at a movie theater, so she has no room for dating, not that boys are knocking her door down for that anyway. Cami is best friends with Clay another nerdy-type student who has known her since they were five years old and also works at the theater after school with her.
Hunter Wilder is just like is name, wild. He drinks, does drugs, drives a flashy car and could care less about school, until he sees Cami. Hunter has a lot of secrets, ones that can never get out or his reputation will be ruined. He avoids the girlfriend route to prevent this from happening.
As much as he wants to not want Cami, Hunter does and bad. They keep ending up at the same place and same time and finally have to reveal they just might have some feelings for each other. As much as Cami wants this with Hunter, Clay doesn't. He knows Hunter's reputation and that it will eventually cause Cami nothing but heartbreak. Plus it is getting harder and harder for Hunter to keep his secrets safe from Cami as she wants to get to know him better.
Along with a budding romance, this book has some nice twists and turns in it. I will admit I had it figured out before the reveal, but still thought it was written well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Book Review-Crush by Lacey Weatherford
Cami is smart and pretty. Her best friend is Clay and she is happy. Read more
This book is SOOOO good. I was hooked. I read the whole thing in one day because I couldn't put it down.Published 22 days ago by Hayley Perry
I chose this rating because it was one of the best E-Readers that I have ever read ever since they were invented. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kindle Customer
I really love this book. Hunter had a lot of mystery, I wasn't sure what was going on with him at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great book worth reading. Glad it was free tho. :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)Published 1 month ago by linnea swansen
DNF. I made it to 25% and gave up. It just didn't seem realistic. The hero talked so weird. He didn't talk like a teen. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rachel
This was surprisingly a good book. I say that simply because most books you come across similar to this is either usually written bad, or completely cheesy, or something that... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sheena Lynch
I love how it was mysterious and romantic all in the same light. It was really a wonderful read love it.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I read this book because I saw its rates were really high and reviewers talked a lot about the story.
I haven't been disappointed at all. Read more