Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Collide Review

Collide by Gail McHugh is really one of the best books that I have read this year. I can't get enough of Gavin Blake!!!! Collide is part one of a two part series


A missed first encounter…

Colliding with a second chance…

On the heels of graduating college and trying to cope with her mother’s death, Emily Cooper moves to New York City for a fresh start.

While harboring secrets of his own, Dillon Parker takes care of Emily through her grief. Knowing he can’t live without her by his side, he’s sweet, thoughtful, and everything Emily has ever wanted in a man.

Until she meets Gavin Blake—a rich and notorious playboy who is dangerously sexy and charming as hell. Emily tries to deny the instant connection she feels, but Mr. Tall, Dark, and Handsome is not inclined to let go so easily. Recovering from his own painful past, Gavin will stop at nothing to win Emily over.

This unexpected encounter compels Emily to question her decisions, forcing her to make a choice that will destroy friendships, shatter hearts, and forever change her life.

Jenny's Review

Holy shit!!!!! OMG!!!!! I can't!!!!!! Gavin Blake is HOT HOT HOT!!!!!! Collide by Gail McHugh has got to be one of my favorite books of the year.

When you read about Emily and Gavin very hot sexual tension, it literally oozes from my kindle. I was hooked. I couldn't put the book down, I had to keep reading. This book is one of the most emotional book I've read in a long time. As a reader, I experienced so many emotions throughout the book, Happy, sad, angry, pissed off, pretty much any emotion you could think of, I felt it.

Emily is moving from Colorado to NY with her boyfriend Dillion after the loss of her mother to cancer.  As much as Dillion would like Emily to move in with him, she decides that it would be best to move in with her best friend Olivia. Upon arriving to NY, Emily gets a job as a waitress, unexpectedly she has to make a delivery to a building and there, she meets Gavin.

The attraction between Emily and Gavin is almost instant. He feels a pull to Emily that he haven't felt before and Emily know that she feels a magnetic pull to Gavin. Although she knows that they are something between them, she knows that nothing can come from it. Gavin is persistent, determine to get to know Emily, so much that he comes to her job and flirts with her.

As faith will have it, the day her boyfriend Dillion ask Emily to come out to meet some of his friends, guess who happens to be there? Gavin. And with that second chance encounter, they are thrown into the same social circle and staying away gets much harder.

I couldn't get enough of the chemistry between Emily and Gavin. It get me engrossed throughout the boek. Also to see how Emily relationship with Dillion progress with Gavin consuming her mind. Uggghhhhh!!!!! I wished I could say more about the book, but I would ruin the book for you and you should fall in love with the book as my as I have on your own.

The book ends with a cliffhanger but not to fear, the second book, Pulse is already out!

Get this book NOW!!!!!


Book 1: Collide

Book 2: Pulse

Barnes & Nobles

Book 1: Collide

Book2: Pulse

Best Lines: 

  “Every part of you was made for me. Your lips were made to kiss mine, your eyes were made to wake up to me looking at you in my bed every morning, and your f***ing tongue was made to roll my name off of it. I am more certain of us than I'm certain that I require oxygen to breathe.”

"Your mind and your body are never going to forget the things I'm going to do to you tonight. Every...Single...inch of your body is going to feel me."

Here's to bottle caps,the Yankees, and 'birds', and most of all"...he paused and lowered his voice to a whisper.." and,most of all to a beautiful girl named Molly who refuses to believe the man-the man who loves her more than she'll ever know”  

About the Author:  Gail McHugh

I've always been a lover of writing, but mostly dabbled in creating poetry while raising my three beautiful children. I am grateful my husband of fifteen years has supported me—albeit sometimes kicking and screaming—as I pursue this "hobby" of mine. Without his help, writing would be an impossible endeavor.

In late June 2012, I felt an urgent tug of my pen, and I began writing one of my first novels, Collide. Although I thought it might never see the light of day, it gave me the courage to plunge headfirst onto a path I had never considered before.

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