Comedy, Contemporary, New Adult, Romance

Review: CAR CRASH | Collision Series by T. Gephart

Today we are celebrating the release of CAR CRASH by T. Gephart! This is a contemporary romance, standalone title that you won’t want to miss! This novel is part of T. Gephart’s Collision Series. Check out some teasers for the book below!

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CAR CRASHKitty was not only beautiful but also incredibly intelligent—except when it came to relationships. It seemed if a guy was a loser, corrupt, deadbeat or unavailable, she was completely and utterly attracted to him. She definitely had a “type,” and all of them had been one bad decision after another.

Dallas had trouble of his own. Finding women wasn’t a problem—he could charm the pants off almost anyone—but most of those “pantless” women ended up being a few bananas short of a fruit basket. Not always the best candidates for his sex-without-strings philosophy. He was one date away from ending up a 60 Minutes special.

While both of them were at the top of their game professionally—she a high-powered executive assistant, and he one of the best tattooists in the city—their personal lives had become a dumpster fire.

No one in their right mind would have suggested they join forces to help each other wade through the crazy. Surely that was a recipe for disaster? But without reason, logic or even sanity on their side, they decided to do it anyway.

It was a hot mess primed for a head-on collision. 

3 Stars

Romance | New Adult | Contemporary

***Received an Advanced Readers Copy during a blog tour with InkSlingerPR in exchange for an honest review***

Oh my lanta I do so love a good Gephart book! Seriously, have you read her #1 Series? Love it! So obviously I am back for more entertainment! Car Crash is book two in the Collision series, Train Wreck was Eve and Josh, and boy was it a good one. So yes please, more! Gephart is great writer, I love her style immensely. I always find her dynamics hilariously entertaining, never a dull moment in her writing world. It is honestly her characters that I always fawn over, and Kitting and Dallas took the character on interesting.

Both Kitty and Dallas have this fun, witty personalities. They are cheeky, playful, charismatic and straightforward with their opinions. I like how they interact with one another and more importantly, I love how they carry themselves. Both know who they are, what the expect from other people and themselves. They don’t bullshit anything. They really are the counter partners of one another, which is fun and refreshing to see in a romance. I will say, before I land myself in the negatives, I really did enjoy their romance. Again, they had a decent chemistry, they had a friendship between them, and again, they understood one another because they were the exact same. 

But with all this love, what bothered me the most? Although I enjoyed their chemistry and romance building, there were many points where I felt things were forced or rather awkward between them. I think a lot of it had to do with how they actually interacted with one another, there were some points it became kind of annoying how they spoke towards each other. They were kind of toolbags. I mean, entertaining, but still points of awkward conversations. Even still the romance was fun, it was truly a delicious hot mess that was sure to end up in the feelings department. It was slow burn, and I liked it, I just would have preferred, I don’t know, maybe something a little different than what I got.

Sadly, I liked it but I wasn’t in love with it. Car Crash was entertaining enough, but it lacked a certain flare that I have come to enjoy from this author. I loved her #1 Series, and though this had a lot of attitude and personalities I loved from that series in this one, I am just not sure if I was such a diehard lover of this particular couple. I love a good hot mess, friends with benefits kind of trope, but something about how these characters interacted, their overall chemistry was more of less, there but many points it was forced. So again, I liked it, I just wasn’t in love with it. 

As always, I look forward to more from Gephart. I enjoy her writing style immensely, she has fun characters and her plot dynamics are always believable and entertaining.  

 

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AUTHOR INFORMATION:

 

T Gephart is a USA Today and International bestselling author from Melbourne, Australia.

With an approach to life that is somewhat unconventional, she prefers to fly by the seat of her pants rather than adhere to some rigid roadmap. Her lack of “plan” has resulted in a rather interesting and eclectic resume, which reads more like the fiction she writes than an actual employment history. She’d tell you all about it, but the statute of limitations hasn’t expired yet. But all those crazy twists and turns have led her to a career she loves—writing romantic comedy.

When she isn’t filling pages with sassy and sexy characters with attitude, she’s living her own reality show in the ‘burbs of Melbourne with her American husband, two teenage children, and her fur child—Woodley.

She loves adventure, to laugh, travel, and strives to live her life to the fullest.

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