COLLIDE COLLIDE #1 BY GAIL MCHUGH PDF
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This book did pull every emotion from me. While Gavin is sweet, attentive and caring, Dillon is frustrating, mean, bored and sometimes even violent. Oh and me thinking, Gavin – go find someone else!
I wish there was some way this review could show you exactly how much I loved it. Let me break this down for you: She was also pretty inconsistent and had no backbone at all, with one minute being mad at her boyfriend, Dillon, and on the other just throwing caution to the wind and forgiving him for whatever it was he did that time.
But she’s in a relationship with Dillon, so it shouldn’t be possible for her to get attracted to Gavin.
He has got a sweet side I loved the bottle caps! Honestly, I hope in book 2 she gets turned away by Gavin because her dumb ass deserves to be mcjugh.
Emily sort of annoyed me a bit when she automatically Ok, you all know I love collidd Badass Alpha males, but now and again I like to read about a decent, nice, honourable guy and Gavin Blake sure is one of them. The heroine was very well developed and you nchugh certain connect with her in all emotional levels.
More reviews Crossroad Books. I enjoyed the story. The writing itself wasn’t bad, if you don’t count how the author sometimes went from Emily’s point of view to Gavin’s in the space of two chapters.
Collide (Collide, #1) by Gail McHugh
Collide duet by Gail McHugh 22 28 Jul 09, Ta-ta for now dumbfuck Dillon Fate definitely had a good time with these two, bt it will have you holding your breath, jaw dropping to the floor,and smiling like a fool!
I am more certain of us than I’m certain that I require oxygen to breathe. I was provide an arc in exchange for an honest xollide of Gail’s Collide and I have to say in the end it was I who is extremely honored that she blessed me with a copy of this book!
What’s the Name o Who should play Gavin Blake? She’ll pull at your every instinct. I guess bail must be a latent sadist somewhere deep inside of me because I am never more engrossed in a story than when the characters are forced to suffer deeply and suffer deeply they surely do.
I don’t want or care about reading any more stupid drama between these two. What’s the Name o He is supposed to be the swoon worthy hero. View all 24 comments. Emily’s and Dillon relationship is based on domination from Dillon’s side, no tenderness, respect and apparently no love. Mr Gavin Blake Gavin is maybe what people would say is a bachelor, he’s Sexy, fuckable, dominant, but I really don’t see him as a bachelor at all yes he’s single, yes he has money, yes he has sports cars, yes collive see’s women for one reason only but when he see’s Emily his heart craves hers, he’s not selfish, he’s loving, caring, he just wants to love her.
That intensity was felt not only in the love scenes, but also in the relationship between Emily and Gavin, all their dialogues, their glimpses, their attraction jchugh so beautifully described and made you connect with them.
This is a debut by Ms. Not to mention the fact that, in this case, it was used as a dialogue tag.
Collide (Collide, #1) by Gail McHugh (1 star ratings)
He falls head over heels for her with just one glance. Gail McHugh introduced me to my first coklide boyfriend of and his name is none other than Gavin Blake!! Actually my dislike of him was mostly still rooted to the way he talks: Romance This story is about love at first sight which is so compelling it changes the main characters’ lives. Characters calling their friend, brother, sister, pal etc.