- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Together, they break all the rules, but will Cass be able to bring Jonah out of his shell forever, or will he leave her with only the crash of the surf to keep her company?
Posted May 16, 2014
Posted April 18, 2014
Cassandra engaged in a vacation affair with her neighbor, Jonah, who was 10 years younger than her. Age was no matter. Jonah had secrets and Cass was worried cause she was falling in love with him. Turns out that he had been in an horrific accident and had to learn everything over again. He's still very self conscious about his scars and his speech. Can he learn to deal with his insecurities or will it ruin the beautiful relationship he has with Cass?
This is a very touching romance. This book is one you would read while curling up on the couch, on a rainy day. A feel good, slow paced, sweet romance. Jonah is toe-curling sexy and knows how to make a woman feel cherished. He has some things to work out within him self. When I think of him, I think of long, slow, lazy kisses. Thank you Sophia Grey for slowing me down enough to appreciate a relationship like the one Jonah and Cass have. Fabulous read!
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Posted March 19, 2014
I received a review copy in exchange for an unbiased review.
I finished this book in one sitting. Well, it's a short novella after all but that was not the main reason! The story and the characters in Crash into Love had me so captivated that I totally lost track of my time! When I reached the end, I had this silly smile on my face even though I can't bear to part with the two main characters.
Crash into Love is a story within a story. Does it make any sense? I like how Sofia created another story within Crash into Love itself. It was as if I'm reading two similar stories within the same book! This is a refreshing style which I enjoyed because it showed the inner thoughts of Cass and her sticky situation with Jonah, who was ten years younger. I really like the author's writing style because she made the characters so real that it's difficult not to like them. I was a little disappointed with the epilogue as I fully expected to read a little more on how sweet Cass and Jonah were together... Nevertheless, Crash into Love is undoubtedly one of the best novella that I've read. I'll definitely be reading more of this author's work.
Posted March 19, 2014
This book just didn't quite do it for me. It had all the right elements, just not in the right amounts. A little too much sex that brought it closer to erotic than I usually read and not enough about the relationship. The relationship that was there was interesting and I really wish I had gotten to see a little more depth to it.
Cass is a writer trying to get the next book in her series done and Jonah is, well we're not quite sure at first. But there is attraction and sparks and they just seem to fall into bed one night. There's a lot of insecurity on Cass's part because she was older and I got a little tired of her doubting herself.
Now once we got into Jonah's history and he struggles, it was very interesting, but by then we were at the end of the book. I just wanted more from this, but if you enjoy books that are more physical, you may enjoy it. Check out some of the other reviews on Goodreads and see what they have to say - the rest of the world seems to like it a lot.
*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*
Posted March 13, 2014
I have to say, this is one of the best novella's I have read in the Indulgence line. Right from the opening chapter it grabbed me. Sophia Grey is a new author to me and I loved her style; the story flows well, the setting is descriptively beautiful and it is filled with feeling and passion.
Crash into Love is a love story within a love story. Cass is an author, locked away in a beach house, struggling with her latest book. That is until the new neighbours arrive next door and inspiration hits her after watching the interaction between two couples and a single guy. A very sexy, silent loner named Jonah.
It is a true, passionate romance with moments that will steal breath away. I loved Cass and Jonah and their short journey. My only slight grumble (and it is slight) was the epilogue, which I would have preferred focus on Cass and Jonah, but nevertheless, if you have an hour or so and want to be swept away in a beautiful realistic holiday romance, then this is it.
I received this as an ARC courtesy of Entangled Publishing for an honest and unbiased opinion.
Posted March 12, 2014
Cass needs to finish her novel and to do this she is staying in a beach cottage in a little seaside village. Peace and quite are what she needs. At the last minute a group lets the place next door. This may disrupt her plans. They are a group of students on holiday. One of them captures her attention. She names him the Loner. He approaches her and their talk turns to flirtation and he asks her to dinner. His name is Jonah. Will this be a booty call or something more? The characters are amazing. You feel their emotions and their pain. Cass and Jonah's romance is very sensual and erotic. Each have suffered intense emotional pain. They've tried to move on but haven't completely healed. Their story is so compelling that you are drawn in from the first page. Sofia Grey has done a masterful job with this novella. This book pulled at my heartstrings. Crash Into Love is an entertaining and powerful story.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.