Will Pardini is a temptation Natalie does NOT need right now.
Months after calling off her engagement, Natalie is trying to rebuild her failing career and impress her eternally disappointed parents. She has too much on her plate already, but the offer Will gives her - to travel the world working as a graphic designer for his luxury hotels - is much too tempting to refuse.
Reformed bad boy billionaire Will Pardini has had his fill of ditzy gold diggers. Natalie is everything he'd ever hoped for but never dreamed could be real. Around her, he's just a normal guy.
Around her, he doesn't feel like such a monster.
Will has been hiding a dark secret... one that shows up just when he thought he would be able to move on with his life. One that threatens to tear apart the fragile connection he's been building with Natalie and turn his world upside down.
Is it right to let someone love you more than you deserve to be loved?

Publication Date: April 24, 2014
Length: 299 pages
Kindle Edition: $4.99
Paperback: $9.89


Cover: 5
Plot: 3
Characters: 4

Overall Rating: 3.5

Crash is the sequel to Break but it can be read on its own, though in my opinion reading the first book would be better to be able to understand the book more. I loved the cover of it's very passionate and has similarities with the cover of the first book.
Natalie broke up with his six-year long boyfriend when he broke her trust and divulged information about her best friend to the paparazzi. She then meets Will Pardini cousin of her boyfriend's best friend and she instantly felt something for him. After getting laid off, Will gives her a chance of a life time to travel with him - as her graphic designer.

After seeing Natalie, Will Pardini knows that she is not like all the bimbos she has been out with and that attracts her more to him. He offers her to go out on a trip with him and the sexual tension between them was hard to deny.

But Will has a dark secret that may ruin the new found relationship he has with Natalie. Will they have their happy ever after or will his secret ruin the relationship he has with Natalie?

This book was very emotional and passionate. Will started out as someone who was weird with his sudden change of topic in conversations and his what-you-see-is-what-you-get attitude. To be honest, I didn't like his character at first with his unique personality but as the book progresses, I liked his personality. Natalie was very whiny and depressing in the start of the book and the way she easily cries was very irritating. I was so adamant on hating her but towards the end book she changed and had the balls enough to get what she wants. I also liked that the previous characters was shown in this book. Though this book was good, I feel that the first book was better.

ARC given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

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