Car Crash by T. Gephart


Release Date: 02.07.2019


Synopsis:

Kitty was not only beautiful but also incredibly intelligent—except when it came to relationships. It seemed if a guy was a loser, corrupt, deadbeat or unavailable, she was completely and utterly attracted to him. She definitely had a “type,” and all of them had been one bad decision after another. 

Dallas had trouble of his own. Finding women wasn’t a problem—he could charm the pants off almost anyone—but most of those “pantless” women ended up being a few bananas short of a fruit basket. Not always the best candidates for his sex-without-strings philosophy. He was one date away from ending up a 60 Minutes special. 

While both of them were at the top of their game professionally—she a high-powered executive assistant, and he one of the best tattooists in the city—their personal lives had become a dumpster fire. 

No one in their right mind would have suggested they join forces to help each other wade through the crazy. Surely that was a recipe for disaster? But without reason, logic or even sanity on their side, they decided to do it anyway. 

It was a hot mess primed for a head-on collision. 

Review:

Car Crash is the second book in the Collision series and it was definitely a good read for me.I thoroughly enjoyed it.
It could be read as a standalone but I still recommend you to also read Train Wreck because it is faboulus.


We met Dallas and Kitty in the previous book but this is their time to shine.
I've found them two easygoing,funny and sexy persons with a penchant for the wrong men and women and it's their attempt to solve this problem that brings them together making their friendship something they can't give up.

The writing,the words flow and the story captured me from the very first chapter,I was really invested in the characters' lives and I wished for their happy ending.



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