Especially when it comes to reining in Jude’s trigger touch temper and Lucy’s increasing jealousy of Jude’s Spirit Sister on the cheer squad who’s attached herself to him in just about every way a girl could. Feeling the stress of trying to hang on to her quintessential bad boy while becoming the foremost dancer in her class, Lucy knows something’s going to break. She wants both. She needs both. But if she doesn’t make a choice, she risks losing everything.
For Lucy Larson and Jude Ryder, love might be the thing that just isn’t enough.
Oh I’m not going to lie here… When I heard about Clash I thought for sure this would be from Jude’s point of view. I was a bit bummed when it was from Lucy, I was just so hoping for this side of Jude.
Lucy and Jude are trying to find their way in New York and being five hours apart. But when the social life of the star football players threatens everything they’ve built, Lucy starts to fall apart. And for good reason.
We’ve all heard it, seen it or witnessed it, hell some of us experienced it. That ONE girl at college who wants that taken man and IS willing to do whatever it takes to get that man. It’s sad, but this happens more often than not.
Enter Adriana Vix head cheerleader at Syracuse and Jude’s Spirit Girl. Lucy is all set to forget about her until they cross paths and Lucy finds out that Adriana does Jude’s laundry and cleans his room. This does not sit well with Lucy.
They fight, Jude and Lucy and when these two fight, they explode. Jude can’t make Lucy see reason. It doesn’t matter what he does or says, Lucy just can’t seem to grasp the honestly that Jude is giving her.
When an accident threatens Jude’s life, Lucy is there by his side, only to walk away… again. Lucy does this a lot and if I was Jude, I’d let her go. But he loves her and only her.
Throughout out Clash my heart was breaking for Jude and I so wanted to hear from him. To know his feelings and torments. I’m really hoping Nicole writes a third for these characters because they are so not complete.