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Crash The greatest love stories begin with bloodThere is blood There is pain And there is him These are the first things I register when I wake up the lone survivor in an Alaskan plane crash He carries me

  • Title: Crash
  • Author: Drew Jordan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: ebook
  • The greatest love stories begin with bloodThere is blood There is pain And there is him These are the first things I register when I wake up, the lone survivor in an Alaskan plane crash He carries me to safety over rough terrain and brings me to his cabin in the woods He has no name Or none he will tell me As snow creeps across the harsh and isolated landscape, hThe greatest love stories begin with bloodThere is blood There is pain And there is him These are the first things I register when I wake up, the lone survivor in an Alaskan plane crash He carries me to safety over rough terrain and brings me to his cabin in the woods He has no name Or none he will tell me As snow creeps across the harsh and isolated landscape, he is my only company My protector, my caretaker A fascinating enigma, with mysterious eyes, gentle hands, and a rough voice that demands from me than I ever expected to give I make up different stories, different names for him depending on his mood, because I know nothing about him except that he is my only connection to the real world I want to return to So I work to please him, plotting my escape, yet all while I start to crave him and every touch of his dominating body He has saved me from the cold From death But in taking me and my body, will he destroy me

    Crash Crash is a perfect example of a preachy, polemical issue film that takes itself far too seriously Its almost absurdly overdone message, that racism is bad, that it affects us all regardless of our ethnic background or position in society, but that we all have a chance at redemption by justtrying a little harderto understand one anotherand just get along is so extraordinarily Crash Definition of Crash by Merriam Webster informal the sudden, powerful occurrence of adverse aftereffects such as fatigue, irritability, headache, or depression following the use of a physiologically or psychologically active substance the jitters, euphoria and eventual crash that come after caffeine or amphetamines. Crash film Crash is a American drama film produced, directed, and co written by Paul Haggis.The film features racial and social tensions in Los Angeles.A self described passion piece for Haggis, Crash was inspired by a real life incident, in which his Porsche was carjacked in outside a video store on Wilshire Boulevard Several characters stories interweave during two days in Los Angeles a Crash definition of crash by The Free Dictionary crash kr sh v crashed, crashing, crashes vr a To break violently or noisily smash The dishes crashed to pieces on the floor b To undergo sudden damage or destruction on impact The car crashed into a tree To make a sudden loud noise The cymbals crash at the end of each measure To move noisily or so as to cause damage CRASH Please note, only agencies already in production will be able to log into the CRASH website. Crash Define Crash at Dictionary Aeronautics to cause an aircraft to make a landing in an abnormal manner, usually damaging or wrecking the aircraft. Crash Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Mark R Winner of Academy Awards including BEST PICTURE, CRASH takes place in the diverse metropolis of Los Angeles and challenges audiences to confront their prejudices. Crash Rotten Tomatoes Issues of race and gender cause a group of strangers in Los Angeles to physically and emotionally collide in this drama from director and screenwriter Paul Haggis Graham Don Cheadle is a police Crash After getting into a serious car accident, a TV director discovers an underground sub culture of scarred, omnisexual car crash victims who use car accidents and the raw sexual energy they produce to try to rejuvenate his sex life with his wife. Crash.Net F MotoGP Motorsport News Orange is a horrible colour. Anyway, I remember When Dani Stoner, joined in and they too had impressive times straight off the bat Then Jorge came in and he too was impressive and

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    1. SueBee★bring me an alpha!★ on said:

      ★★★★! Crash, book 1 of 3. Her rescuer becomes her captor in suspenseful & shocking opening!“Both Alaska and the stranger had taken my life and plunged it into an icy river and made me feel when I hadn’t even known I’d been numb.”Books in the Crash series should be read in order:Book 1: CrashBook 2: HideBook 3: ExposeRead while traveling. Meant to make art and write full review, but for now:Crash (book 1) opens up to college graduate Laney waking up after a plane crash and bei [...]

    2. Baba on said:

      DNF @66%. No rating. I read the final 10% (from 84% to 94%). Review posted April 7, 2016As you know by now, I have decided to not review books anymore that get less than three stars from me. In this case, however, I'd rather review CRASH instead of giving it a rating. Let's get down to business then.A totally needy chick and a dimwit.Once upon a time there was a whiny, needy, bitchy and immature twenty-four-year-old woman girl with a degree in sociology. She was on her way to meet up with her al [...]

    3. sana°¤° on said:

      This book could have been really good. A girl whose plane crashed and the sexy lumberjack dude who saves her becomes her captor, but she slowly falls for sexy lumberjack stranger and has to choose whether to stay with him or go back. I mean that sounds really good and could have been executed really well, but sadly, it didn't turn out that good. The MC (forgot her name, i hate my memory) was more than willing to spread her legs for a fucking sexy dominant lumberjack dude who lives out all alone [...]

    4. Mandi Schreiner on said:

      I don't even know where to begin. I'm horrified and baffled and just.speechless. What the heck did I just read? No, really???When I got this review request I was intrigued. First, Drew Jordan is the pen name for Erin McCarthy, and I've enjoyed her racing series and some other stuff. I am a sucker for recluse mountain men heroes, and heroes and heroines being trapped in deserted cabins. The blurb interested me:There is blood. There is pain. And there is him. These are the first things I register [...]

    5. Naksed on said:

      "We won’t start with the ropes,” he said. “But we’ll finish with them."Lainey is rescued by an Alaska bushman after her plane crashes in the wilderness, leaving her, miraculously, the only survivor. The stranger is referred to by many names throughout the story but we never find out who he really is. The story is told solely through the perspective of Lainey and as it develops, clues accumulate, eventually leading to a stunning conclusion. The reader realizes that there are really two st [...]

    6. Fathima on said:

      Oooooooh boy ! I think I have a thing for these kind of romances . The last two chapters though what waaaaah whaaaaaat !!! Talk about craaaaaaazy!

    7. Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends) on said:

      OMG this book was SO good!!It was creepy and mysterious, and sexy as fuck. I was turning pages like a crazy person to see where this thing was heading. I adored both characters, and really need to get book two like NOW. I need more backstory on the "stranger" And don't even get me started on that ending mind is officially blown.

    8. ZARIA (Sheldon Cooper lover) on said:

      And the first award for too-stupid-to-live woman 2016 goes to Laney.Hero has basically the borderline personality disorder in a way that comes off as very creepy and not sexy at all, which I consider a fitting match for Laney. Would I ever go near someone like him in real life? Hell to the no. I'd knee him in the groin like he deserves and try to escape again.nd againd if i succeed then get a restraining order and a personal body guard.The reason why I gave it 3 stars is because it held my atten [...]

    9. Zaynab on said:

      “Do you trust me?” he asked, eyes intense.“Yes.” I nodded. What other answer could there be?“Don’t.” He stepped back. “Never trust anyone in the bush until you know one hundred percent for sure you can.”I blinked, startled.“Make me earn your trust. Push me. Test me. Then trust me." (“Crash.” Drew Jordan) Omg I can't believe this book had me on the edge of the cliff. It made me keep wondering how much more could be hidden, and trust me once I found out what was hidden I ju [...]

    10. ★ Belle The Bibliophile ★ on said:

      This book is really disappointing and it's sad because I was really looking forward to enjoy it. It just did not work for me. The ending was shocking because I did not see it coming. It was unrealistic and very out of character. Like, (view spoiler)[ if you're gonna make your heroine turn into a ps**o murderer (hide spoiler)] you better make it believable???? I'm not sure if I will be reading the next book but what I do know is that it will not end well for Laney and the stranger.

    11. Katerina on said:

      Laney was in a plane crash on her way to meet her childhood friend Micheal, a man she planned on marrying. Rescued in the middle of nowhere-Alaska, she is patched up in the cabin of a bearded, beautiful, muscle-coiled, blue-eyed mountain, lumberjack man who refuses to disclose his name - often leading to her calling him numerous names and "Mr Stranger". Soon thereafter they initiate a sexual relationship along BDSM lines. When the snow has cleared, and Laney recovered somewhat, she asks to retur [...]

    12. Ari Reavis on said:

      DNFI really tried. It was just rambling and going on and on. I basically skimmed my way to 30%. Can't do it.

    13. Kira Simion on said:

      2.5 stars.The MC is an immature brat. She has a horrible mother and so I do feel pity for her but, if her mother was bad, wouldn't that push her towards being better than her? Be stronger? Grow more mature? She depends too much on anyone else rather than herself. You'd think growing up without a proper parent and a younger sister would make her more responsible, stronger, or at least able to use her brain.The story was interesting and I really liked how to beginning connected to the end so that [...]

    14. twelvejan [Alexandria] on said:

      Give me back half my day that was wasted on this!

    15. B.E.L.L.A.Mc on said:

      I started reading this story, but found it difficult to 'get into'. At around 30% of the way through it, I decided that I'd had enough: the characters were weird; the story was weird and (seemingly) disjointed, and overall, I just felt like it was too strange. There seemed to be too much ‘talking’ by the He. ‘Laney’. She talked incessantly of disconnected (it seemed) things that appeared to have little to do with what was happening between her and ‘Him’ (the stranger). I resolved to [...]

    16. Jeananna on said:

      Erotic thriller? This story is the definition of erotic thriller!I went in to the read knowing that this was not my normal kind of story and WOW!!! What a wild ride! I was on the edge of my seat turning the pages faster and faster to see what comes next. As the story progresses we piece together that Laney has not had an easy life. And this is the first book I can ever say that we end of the story without ever knowing the lead male's name… Crazy huh?? Intrigued yet? There's more story to come [...]

    17. Julia on said:

      So, heres the thing about this series. If you read this expecting a passionate romance you would be disappointed. If you read this as a thriller with romance elements then you'll enjoy it more. What I loved about this book is the mind games the H and h were playing with each other. The heroine was strong and gave back to the H as good as she got. There wasn't a whole lot of steam and romance because the book was more about "will he or won't he kill her" suspense. So i recommend it if you want to [...]

    18. Mary~❤️~DBO on said:

      This review has been posted on Dirty Books Obsession My rating 4 Stars out of 5Lainey flies to Alaska to meet again and to get married to her childhood friend, but before she arrives at her destination, the plane crashes, and she is the only survivor. She is saved by a man from the woods. A gorgeous mountain man, who takes her to his cabin in the woods and heals her wounds. She thinks that after she heals she could go to the nearest town and return to her life before the crash. But her savior be [...]

    19. Jennifer Lee on said:

      Wow, that was so strange, in the begging I was totally enjoying this. I thought it would be more of a survival and less of a weak heroine and strong male taking advantage of her.The main character, Laney, is in a plane crash and saved by a bush man. He takes her back to his cabin in the middle of nowhere and patches her up. This part wasn't so bad, I mean he's a gruff bearded strong silent type which is pretty attractive. He never tells her his name so she constantly refers to him as different n [...]

    20. Abida's Book Adventures on said:

      WTF did I just read. Honestly, this is one of the worst books I have ever read in entire life. This book barely made sense to me and I hated everything about it. From the plot to the characters, this was garbage. I tried, and I mean I really tried to have an open mind about reading this book but I couldn't. At times I just wanted to give up and stop reading, but I hate to leave books unfinished, but I should have with this. Then there was the ending, it left me confused, weird and uncomfortable. [...]

    21. Melinus on said:

      This is one of those books where you can't tell to much. But I can tell you IT BLEW MY MIND.BUT I must warn you- you need a very open mind - you shouldn't be sensitive to violence- and engaging with characters who show you the deepest and darkest parts of their minds and souls, and maybe even dig into yours, shouldn't be a problem for you AT ALL!So if you can handle very dark aspects of the humans psyche and of course your own - GO FOR IT! I will definitely read part 2 HIDE, but will wait a bit [...]

    22. Heather Anastasiu on said:

      This is an excellent book. The voice is so strong, I was immediately pulled in. You're so close in Lainey's head, it's easy to be drawn in to her logic, to see why she does what she does, to see the psychology of this woman and to be SHOWN it, not TOLD about it. It made it really powerful. And then there some really wicked twists. I usually see twists coming, but I didn't in this novel, which was really cool. 4.5 stars.

    23. Sharon on said:

      A lot creepy and utterly transfixing at the same time! A plane crash in the Alaskan wilderness, an injured woman, the stranger who rescues her so begins a twisted, chilling story of erotic obsession.Laney -- the crash victim -- describes the stranger as domineering, tough, cruel, and unsociable. In her head, she imagines different names for him but crosses them off her list as he continues to defy a definition. As the story unfolds, Laney finds herself inexorably drawn to the stranger and also [...]

    24. Darcy on said:

      I finished this one today and I have to say that this was an odd book for me. I was bored while reading it and almost dnf'ed it a bunch of times. The only thing that kept me reading was because of how the author talked about it when I met her at Lori Foster's RAGT 2017.I thought things changed radically between part 1 and part 2, but it was the last couple of chapters that stunned me and made me want to keep reading the rest of the series because the Laney I thought we gotten to know was totally [...]

    25. Booker132 on said:

      4 dark creepy stars! My God, this author can write!! The characters in this story are so vivid, the pace so engaging and the setting so very realistic, you can almost feel the cold weather seeping through your bones. And that's saying something because I live in a country where the temperature is very close to hell fire. So the story is a dark erotic captor-captive one. I have read countless captive stories, so I went into this expecting more or less the same story. BOY WAS I WRONG! The author s [...]

    26. Jan on said:

      I have to say, This.Was.Bizarre.I felt detached from both characters and almost DNF .The skimming started at 40% and while doing that I was furiously looking for some info to help me out on building ? him ? (the Stranger#Captor#Hero#Eric#John#Steve) in my mind. Something to make his character solid and real because for me, it was extremely hard to read him as a person.It was like trying to put a face in a character with no description from the author.Just in this case, I am not referring to a ph [...]

    27. Suzanne on said:

      This is a dark, twisted, mysterious erotic thriller that sucked me in from page 1. A lone female survivor of a plane crash in or near the Yukon is rescued by a rough loner living off the grid. He keeps his identity and personal story a secret, nurses her back to health and has no intention of returning her to civilization. The interesting hook is that they become emotionally attracted and dependent on the instability and sociopathic behavior of the other. Based on feedback in both and , there d [...]

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