Thursday, November 21, 2013
Review: Crash into You
Crash into You by Katie McGarry
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Rachel appears to have it all. She has wealthy parents, attends a private school and has a cherry red Mustang GT. What she keeps a secret is her love of driving fast and the fact that her panic attacks have never stopped. While out one night with the intent of racing along back roads she stumbles upon an illegal drag race and tries her hand at it. She fails miserably, but has success in a different way. She has caught the eye of Isaiah Walker. He is a foster kid who is covered in tattoos and everyone respects his expertise in all things cars.
Through their shared love of driving fast an unexpected bond forms and both people are catapulted into secrets and trials. Will their different worlds be able to meld into a working relationship? Can Rachel get past her panic attacks to stand up for what she wants? Crash into You is the third book in the Pushing the Limits series. Although many of the characters have appeared in the previous two books, Crash into You has a story of its own and can be read by itself or as teaser for the other stories. McGarry does not disappoint with a story that encourages a fast read and the chemistry between the main and supporting characters will keep the reader wanting to read more. Readers who want a romance novel with a strong supporting story will thoroughly devour this story. I can’t wait for the fourth book, Take Me On, to be published in May 2014!
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