Crush: Book Review

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Author: Tracy Wolff

This is the second book in the Crave series by Tracy Wolff. Read book one book review of Crave if you want to hear more of my thoughts on the series.

Is it too early to choose Team Jackson or Team Hudson? No? Well, I will go ahead and choose the Team Hudson train. I might as well because I remember those Twilight days and you need to choose a side early.


So, we open with the book with Grace coming back from her being a stone Gargoyle. Doing that caused her to be a statue for 4 months without her realizing it. In the process of those 4 months, she lost her memory of that time period. When she came back, she tried to live out her life where she had left off. She then started having blackouts where she doesn’t remember doing certain things. 

You see a lot of her friends getting together to help one another figure out what is going on. Go friend power!


You got to see Grace discover her powers as a gargoyle throughout this book. Since there hasn’t been a gargoyle born in over 1,000 years, she was having to learn a lot on her own. And thankfully her friends helped her touch her magic. She also learns to stand up for herself and take her destiny into her own hands. Not letting Jackson always do the saving and protecting. I don’t always think is a bad thing to be saved every once in a while, but to her, it was bad. It was overprotective and it didn’t convey that he trusted her to care of herself. In a way how paranormal romances go; the brooding vampire is always over the top when he is protecting his love.


I am really getting into this series, more than I thought I would. I have avoided this as much as possible because I couldn’t handle another Twilight series all over again. 


But this has different from the teenage vampire drama. This world has been built to have a lot more creative element. This is not disappointing even though there is some eye-rolling.

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