Car Crash

Car Crash

by T Gephart

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BN ID: 2940155938453
Publisher: T Gephart
Publication date: 02/07/2019
Series: Collision
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 30,469
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

T Gephart is a USA Today and International bestselling author from Melbourne, Australia. With an approach to life that is somewhat unconventional, she prefers to fly by the seat of her pants rather than adhere to some rigid roadmap. Her lack of "plan" has resulted in a rather interesting and eclectic resume, which reads more like the fiction she writes than an actual employment history. She'd tell you all about it, but the statute of limitations hasn't expired yet. But all those crazy twists and turns have led her to a career she loves—writing romantic comedy. When she isn't filling pages with sassy and sexy characters with attitude, she's living her own reality show in the 'burbs of Melbourne with her American husband, two teenage children, and her fur child—Woodley. She loves adventure, to laugh, travel, and strives to live her life to the fullest.

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Car Crash 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Hershey07 7 days ago
I can always count on T. Gephart to give me a book that I fall in love with. Car Crash is no different. It has everything I love in a T. Gephart novel...great characters, a great storyline, packed full of romance, spice, and humor!!! Kitty and Dallas are those special characters full of color and life that just jump off the pages of the book. Kitty is beautiful, sassy, and intelligent. Despite those qualities, her dating life is a disaster. If a loser is anywhere in the vicinity of Kitty, she will find him. Needless to say, she has axed the idea of ever having a serious relationship. Dallas is sexy, extremely artistic, and much more intelligent than her gives himself credit for. He loves women...all kinds of them...but with no commitment. As much as he thinks he knows women, he really is clueless. Dallas and Kitty did have one-night together, and it was spectacular. Somehow, they have remained friends. They come up with the bright idea to help each other out. She will help him decipher women, helping him avoid the crazies. In return, he will help her avoid the losers. What could possibly go wrong with this fail-proof plan, especially when they find it harder and harder to resist each other? I haven’t had this much fun watching two people fall for one another in a LONG time. There are some really steamy moments as well as some very tender ones as well. They are great as friends which makes them even better as more!!!! Both of them have HUGE personalities. I loved seeing the deeper parts of their personalities which were revealed the more time they spent together. I was in need of a book that would leave me with a big smile on my face, and T. Gephart definitely did that. I’m not surprised though. She is an incredibly talented writer who gives me an original story with characters I never forget!!!!
BookAngel_Emma 8 days ago
Car Crash is a witty exploration of modern dating with a sneak peek behind enemy lines if you will Kitty and Dallas are strong, independent characters in their own right, both own their sexuality, claiming their pleasure without guilt or remorse. However, the fundamental difference between Kitty and Dallas is the desire for commitment. Dallas is intent on maintaining his happy-go-lucky bachelordom whereas Kitty wants the romance to go along with the sizzle. The thing is Kitty and Dallas are less than adept at understanding the opposite sex, leading to poor choices when it comes to picking partners. Even though they have had their own tumble together, they have been able to remain friends due to the openness they have in their communication with each other. See what I said there, an openness of communication, which is the essential ingredient of any good relationship. This openness leads Kitty and Dallas to become the voice of insight into the minds of the opposite sex when the other person is torn with their own judgement. Can anyone say ‘recipe for disaster’, LOL Although I loved the interactions between Kitty and Dallas with the added tension a constant presence between the pair, I can’t honestly say I was invested in them personally. For me they just weren’t the type of person I felt endeared to. Although I can honestly say this did not overly impact my enjoyment of the story only my investment in the outcome between the couple.
LisaMarieB 10 days ago
WOW!! WOW!! WOW!! Tina Gephart out did herself in CAR CRASH!! From the Very Beginning of the Book, I Could Not Put It in Down and devoured it!! Page after Page of Entertainment and never a Dull moment! Kitty and Dallas' Storytelling is Beautifully written and Entertaining that Have you on your Toes! The chemistry between the two characters are Off the Charts Hot and Entertaining at the same time! They will have laughing out loud with their friendship and wanting to Throw your Tablet across the room! From the Very beginning of this book, it is Epically portion of the complexity of the events that they decide to help each other. I am not going to Spoil anything for you since there is So much Suspenseful Surprises! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Anonymous 11 days ago
Rhondaz 12 days ago
5 CAR CRASH STARS!! This book crashed into my heart and will leave a lasting impact. Dallas is my new book boyfriend, so sexy with tattoos and confidence. I absolutely loved Dallas and Kitty's story, it was filled with humor, sexiness, feels, drama and lots of love. The author does a fantastic job that keeps you turning pages, her writing is superb. This is one book you need to read.
Kayreader 12 days ago
Car Crash was pure chemistry! I don't know if I've ever read a story where both characters are so naive and clueless about love and dating, yet also so perfectly matched for one another. It was like reading a world where Joey and Phoebe of Friends finally fall in love. Dallas is a mimbo, sort of proud of the fact, but also full of charisma, life of the party, the guy who never leaves anywhere without the number of a girl. Unfortunately, because he doesn't seem to discriminate he also seems to have his bad luck when it comes to clingers, crazies, and committers. He does his best to be up front that he isn't looking for anything long term, that he is just in it for a good time, but no matter what he says, sometimes the woman just doesn't understand. Kitty is book smart, but relationship dumb. She always seems to attract the worst men in her life. Whether they are already married and don't tell her, or they steal her underwear and sell it on ebay, or they happen to have a felony and they don't reveal their crimes until they are getting arrested for their next one. No matter what she does, she just seems to be a magnet for horrible men. Dallas and Kitty did spend one night together months ago, but it was that, one night. Since then they were just friends, as they both have their hot mess relationship lives to deal with. However, after an idea gets into their heads about what a hot mess they both are they decide to try an experiment; help each other out in their dating lives and after one month sleep together again and see if there is any difference than what they experienced before. To them their plan is brilliant, what could possibly go wrong? To everyone else in their lives they can see the imminent car crash awaiting Dallas and Kitty, but that is what makes this book so adorably cute and funny. Both Dallas and Kitty are naive that you seriously don't know what they are going to do next. They are unlike anybody I've read before and it was such a fun journey to read. I loved that there was no underlying motivation, no jealousy running rampant, or preemptive reason for these two to get together, it was pure clueless romance and they were a perfect match, Car Crash was a joy to read.
CeeCeeHouston 13 days ago
Slow burning but fun read. After having read, Train Wreck, the first book in this series, I was excited to hear Dallas was getting to tell his story. He seemed fun and laid back in Josh and Eve’s book, so I knew this would be a fun read. And it certainly put a smile on my face. Although, the story began with a bang, it was a while before Dallas and Kitty really got together. They’d had a previous hook up, but this time they were meant to be sorting each other sex lives out, not getting embroiled in their own. But, attraction and a chemistry that couldn’t be faked just had to have its way and these two can only fight for so long. Longer than most, as this is a bit of a slow burner, more about getting to know each other, than getting between the sheets. Both Dallas and Kitty were fun characters with plenty to say. Dallas was charismatic and sweet, with a witty repertoire that could charm the pants of any woman he wanted. Kitty was sexy and sophisticated with plenty of come back to make Dallas raise his eyebrows. While this is part of a series as I said earlier, it is a total standalone, although it does follow after Train Wreck timescale wise, so if you are planning on reading the series, I would start with that one first. I also enjoyed hearing from Josh and Eve again, and newcomer Mason looks set to be the next in line for a story.
BookAddictLive 13 days ago
Wow this book was hilarious, we have Dallas, who is Josh’s friend and colleague from Train Wreck. Dallas works at the tattoo parlor with Josh, while Josh is now happy with Eve. Dallas has lost his wingman. Dallas is a larger than life hottie and is only ever up for a one night stand. Then we have Kitty attractive and sexy and always pick the wrong men. So Kitty and Dallas decide they would help each to keep away from the crazies. So for the first time they become friends, and get to know each other. The only problem is the chemistry is off the charts, so we know what’s going to happen, but it’s the getting there that is the fun. I loved this book with it’s larger than life characters, with the story told in alternate pov’s it’s an easy and enjoyable experience. Now I’ve got to go and read Train Wreck and see how Josh founds his happy ending.