Crash Into Me by K.M. Scott


4.5 Stars | Amazon | Goodreads

Loved this book. I was asked to review an ARC copy of it and am glad to report it is a must buy for all romance book lovers. It has some Fifty Shades feels to it, but not in a bad way. I thought it was a well developed plot and the ending left me hanging quite literally. I cannot wait to read the next installment in the series.hanging The main characters Nina and Tristan were very well developed and lovable. I fell for Tristan and his secret shadiness instantly. Mystery and hot men, I am all over that. He is our tall dark and very handsome. I also really enjoyed Nina. I felt she had just enough spunk and self-doubt to make her feel real. I mean honestly. Most of us have that typical self doubt about ourselves and I find it relatable and real. I loved the storyline for this book as well. Tristan was a little overzealous at some points, but it made the story all that more fun to get lost in. With its BDSM twists and some serious secrets this book had all the makings for a great story and it delivered. Tristan wanted Nina and would stop at almost nothing to get her. Though their story doesn't start out as one of romance, you see it coming and its hot. He has six months to make her his, and she has six months to find her way to love. Will she see whats in front of her, or will the secrets of their past sabotage the love that they could possibly build? With lots of "What Ifs" The book did not let down in the least. I LOVED the ending and can't wait for the next book!


What would you give up for everything? Tristan Stone was powerful, commanding, sex incarnate. And he wore it all so well. From the moment his mesmerizing gaze met mine, I had no choice but surrender to everything he was. His power. His decadence. His passion. He was all I never knew I needed. He wanted to possess me, and I wanted to be his everything. All I had to do was accept what he offered. But everything has a price. The world he gave me fulfilled my wildest dreams, but would that be enough when the past crashed into the present?