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Crushed by [Miller, Dawn Rae]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Length: 258 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Dawn is a Twitter and fashion addict whose favorite things in life are her family, gorgeous dresses, tea leaf salad, and French macarons. She splits her time between San Francisco and Northern Virginia, and is always up for a trip to Paris.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 678 KB
  • Print Length: 258 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: FinnStar Publishing; 1 edition (9 Dec. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AM247D2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #246,405 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I would firstly like to thank the author Dawn for an eBook copy in exchange for my fair review.

From the very first page I knew I was going to love Fletch Colson. He had me smirking by the 5th line and I knew I needed to continue. I have read books that are solely from the male point of view before and if done well I love it but if done poorly it can take me out of the story and I am aware it is a female writer. Believe me when I say- there was nothing feminine about this boy.

We meet Fletch in his senior year of a private boarding school, he wants to go out on one last hurrah and with his parents' influence within the school he knows he can push the boundaries further than most.

Fletch's life is made up of partying, booze and girls. One girl in particular has a hold on him and maybe even his heart. Calista and Fletch have summer hook ups and their parents have not so subtly been grooming them for marriage. Fletch has been swept up in the assumption that Calista is the one he will end up with until events unfold and he realises all is not what it seems.

And then there is Ellie. Sweet, sweet Ellie is introduced as a pawn in Fletch's world. He makes a bet with his friends that he can have a platonic relationship with a female without trying to get her in bed. This is how their relationship starts out and Fletch will soon realise he needed Ellie more than he thought.

Unbeknownst to Fletch he embarks on a journey of discovering who he is as a person. He has to peel back the layers of the stereotypes his parents and friends had assumed him to be.

I really enjoyed this book; I read it in one sitting and finally finished it at 2:40am (totally worth it though).
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I am a huge fan of Dawn's writing and by the very first paragraph which is definitely OUT THERE, you know that Crushed is going to be a VERY different book from her previous books, Larkstorm and Nightingale. The cover is simple yet effective and I like the fact that she's gone down the contemporary route with this novel. What I LOVE most though is that the story is told by Fletch, a male protagonist. Dawn NAILED his voice which is something she does so well and like always, the dialogue is spot on.

Crushed tells the story of Fletch, a teenager at a boarding school who is going through the motions, until his real life can begin. It's a journey of friendship, lust, love and ultimately self discovery. Fletch is not a bad boy per se but is a player. He sleeps around, he drinks and dabbles in occasional drug use but he's also smart and doesn't let his extracurricular activities interfere with getting good grades. He's playing the game while having a little fun on the side and after all, it's expected at least according to his father. As it turns out, things are a little complicated with his childhood friend Calista who keeps mind f***ing Fletch (and not in a good way) and basically no one thinks he can be "just friends" with any girl. Fletch is determined to prove everyone wrong but is he even capable of this? And at what cost?

I normally groan when I see that a story is set at a boarding school but it's usually a paranormal story and the character is the stereotypical new kid. Not so in this case. I have to be honest and say that sometimes I have a rocky relationship with contemp stories but I did enjoy this one.
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This is a fantastic YA Romance told from the male point of view.

Fletch Colson is a seventeen year old who has slept with virtually every girl in the school. In my opinion, if he was a female, he would be labelled a slut. He is very charming and likeable to his fellow classmates. However, to me, he is a thoughtless, selfish jerk, who doesn't take his life seriously. When he makes a bet with his friends that he can be "just friends" with a girl, he is unprepared for the feelings she stirs in him.

Although I haven't read many books from the male point of view, Fletch's story is one that touched me. I went to a high school that had borders (staying on campus), but I was never one myself, so I don't know what went on personally, but I imagine it went something like this story. As I started reading this story, I didn't like Fletch very much. His selfishness and thoughtlessness grated on me. However, as the story progressed, and I found out there was some hidden motives, and a bit of manipulation going on by certain characters in this book, I was completely on Fletch's side. By the time I reached the end of the story, I was cheering him on!

Dawn Rae Miller has written a fantastic YA Romance, but be prepared for lots of bad language and mention of sex and sex acts;
It is not explicit or erotic, but there's a lot of it! Therefore, I do not recommend this book for younger readers. However, if you love YA romance (+17), this one is for you. - Lynn Worton
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What absolute rubbish, has the author just found out about sex and swearing?
Complete waste of my time.I think it has been aimed at teenagers though i am
sure they have more sense .
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