Crash: Book Three

Crash: Book Three

by Nan Mccarthy

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Bev and Max can't turn back now... or can they?

The unforgettable adventure chronicled in Chat and Connect, the first two novels in Nan McCarthy's cyber series, continues in a third installment that's as fast-paced and addicting as ever. The year is 1997, and readers are once again invited to "eavesdrop" on Bev and Max's private correspondence.

When their story began, the unlikely pair--two strangers who met online--had nothing to share but their words. Now, following the path set in motion by their increasingly intimate exchanges, they must contemplate the consequences of their deepening relationship. Filled with sexual tension, suspense, and humor, Bev and Max's messages arouse in them a desire to do and say things they'd never have dreamed of before their lives intersected.

This newest edition of the trilogy features McCarthy's original ending to Crash as it was written in 1997. Its first time in print, the uncut conclusion offers readers an insider's glimpse of Bev and Max as they were meant to be seen--at their most human, vulnerable, and authentic.

Heralded as "Chekhov for the '90s," with "fully drawn, believable characters," the story of Bev and Max's electric mingling--with its jaw-dropping conclusion--serves as a powerful reminder that life may be fleeting, but love is forever.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149173068
Publisher: Rainwater Press
Publication date: 04/22/2014
Series: Chat Connect Crash series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 991 KB

About the Author

Nan McCarthy is the author of Since You Went Away, the email epistolary novels Chat, Connect, and Crash, the memoir Live ’Til I Die, and the award-winning computer book Quark Design. The Chat, Connect & Crash series, originally self-published, was released in trade paperback by Simon & Schuster in 1998 and has been widely translated. Nan regained the rights to the series and published new editions in 2014. A former magazine editor & technology journalist, Nan founded Rainwater Press in 1992 and began selling her books online in 1995. Nan and her husband, a veteran who served 29 years in the Marine Corps, are the proud parents of two adult sons. Nan wrote Since You Went Away after taking a ten-year break from full-time writing to care for the family during her husband’s frequent military travels.

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