Crash by Nicole Williams
Southpointe High is the last place Lucy needed to twist up her senior year of school. Straight up until she staggers into Jude Ryder, a person whose name has turned into its own verb, and synonymous with inconvenience. He has a rap sheet that runs longer than a senior postulation, has had his name murmured, yelled, and reviled by a bigger number of ladies than Lucy sets out to ask, and inhabits the neighborhood young men home where exasperates is by all accounts the norm for the occupants. Lucy had a stable, best case scenario, idiosyncratic even from a pessimistic standpoint, childhood. She lives for wearing the silk out on her artful dance shoes, has her sights set on Juilliard, and has been mindful so as to keep inconvenience out of her life. Up to this point.
Jude’s all that she needs to avoid on the off chance that she needs to separate her past from her future. Remaining without end, she’s going to discover, is the main thing she’s unequipped for.
For Lucy Larson and Jude Ryder, adore’s going to end up distinctly the thing that shreds them.