follow url Being involved with Cami could cause him a lot of unwanted trouble and if she finds out his secret he could lose her.
Cami Wimberley made a pledge to herself to not party, use drugs and stay away from boys. But of course she's crushing on Hunter wilder and knows that he could make her break some of these promises to herself. And now her best friend since they were five years old Clayton Bradley, as started acting weird and wants to change their relationship.
But she sees him as more of a brother but he won't take no for an answer. As for her relationship with Hunter, Cami can't understand why he won't share his secrets with her and why he can't just stop getting high. She tries to cut him from her life but is finding it difficult. I truly loved this story and the deceptions leading up to Hunter's secrets were very creative and was kinda fun trying to unravel it.
Normally I get pissed off with the build up to the secrets in a story when it becomes this long drawn out convoluted mess. Although, one thing I was upset with, was Hunter keeping things he knew about Clayton from Cami when it was his responsibility and her right to know. Lacey Weatherford's Crush was a clever, dramatic, and cunning story.
It had easy to like characters, both lovely and truly impaired ones. I should mention Russ, Hunter's friend, I really like him and hope he has a part in the next book.
Maybe get his own story eventually? ItsBookishMe Apr 20, First off I have to tell you there is NO hot steamy Sex scenes in this book. This book is basically High School students so that may not be your thing. I however loved this book. It was fast moving and had a lot going on. There were lots of hot steamy make out scenes.
There is a secret that Hunter is keeping and every time I think I know what it is I start second guessing myself. I found myself hoping that things would work out for Cami and Hunter but I knew it was going to blow up and not sure what exactly Hunters secret was would determine if they would make it through. Great ending even know it doesn't give you much how where they go from there but there is another book "Smitten" coming soon. Then you'll start seeing the things you're missing.
I'm going to end up in Hell. He should honor you, worship you, and make it a moment for you to remember forever. There are cars in the parking lot that are probably pregnant now. I wouldn't want your future child to say he or she was conceived in a movie theater. She met the boys in the band and became friends with all of them: Welshman Gethin Wren, who has a temper as fiery as his red hair; Ronan Donahue, the funny, blond Irishman; Matthew Campbell, the exotically beautiful Scotsman; and Theodore Shelley, the emotional Englishman who ultimately steals her heart.
Follow Tinker Bell, as she's known to the boys, through seven tumultuous years of her life as she grows to love the boys and be loved by them. She has to learn to deal with things that she never thought she would, and be braver than she ever knew she'd have to be. Her life is filled with more ups and downs than she ever imagined it could be, and her strength, and the strength of those who love her, is tested to its limits.
Aileen Foster, a shy, 22 year old student from LA, thinks she has landed a dream job as an interpreter for some actors making a film in Japan. She gets a surprise when she arrives in Tokyo and finds out that they are UK Crush, the hottest boyband around. She has been orphaned for most of her life, and it's a shock for her to enter their world of frank physicality.
The boys come to love her, and Aileen is forced to look at her life and choices, and decide if she's ready to be brave and start living. She's new to England, to relationships, to love, to life, really. Life has never been easy for her, and though knowing Gethin, Ronan, Matthew, and of course, Teddy, has been wonderful, life is still fraught with unforeseeable problems. Her relationship with Teddy continues to grow as she falls more in love with him in beautiful wintertime Manhattan, and surprises await in the magical city of her dreams.
Birdie has met the boys of UK Crush, fallen in love with Teddy, and become engaged to him in the middle of the Brooklyn Bridge. Now, due to cataclysmic events beyond her control, she finds herself alone and adrift in a foreign land, living a life she no longer recognizes as her own.
View all 6 comments. Now, I don't really mind if I like the characters and all that but maybe that's how Lacey wanted it to be? I really like the people in this book, even the not so good ones. Crush while they were filming a movie in Japan. KiTiraShorter Mar 5, I loved this book and the fact that it had dual POVs!
She has to learn to love Teddy all over again, not to mention Ronan, Geth, Matty, and even herself. She has to come to terms with a terrible world and the terrible people in it, and learn the dark side of being in the public eye. What was once a fairy tale, a love story, a romance worthy of being a movie, has morphed into a nightmare, an unending stream of one trauma blending into another. And Teddy, and to a lesser degree the other boys, too, have to deal with the guilt of having brought these people into contact with her.
Birdie has to wake up from the lovely dream which was her life up to this point and deal with the horrible humiliation and publicity of a trial, where even her most private life becomes fodder for the tabloids. The boys, too, have to see their beloved girl through new eyes, and see the real woman she is.
Birdie and Teddy have to be strong in ways they never thought they would, and face reality, maybe for the first time ever, and move forward into it together. Birdie has come such a long way from the shy and introverted young woman who met Geth, Ronan, Matthew, and Teddy on that fateful day in Tokyo so long ago.