Review for “Collision” by Kristen Granata

new collision coverAbout Collision by Kristen Granata

Merritt Adams was used to taking care of herself. With her mother’s selfish abandonment, and her father’s shocking suicide, she is convinced that nobody will ever stick around for long.

However, after she is mysteriously rescued from a fiery crash, Merritt needs to learn how to accept help, and love – even when it comes from an unexpected source. Trying to create a new life for herself will be difficult, and so will resisting the charms of someone she swore she would never show interest in.

In addition to the buzz surrounding Merritt’s tragic headlines, everyone is talking about the charismatic Chase Brooks’ return home after spending two years in California aspiring to become a rock star. What people don’t know is the real reason why he had to leave his dreams behind. Saddened by his return, Chase is even more saddened to see how broken and alone his childhood classmate, Merritt, is.

Two sad souls could be good for each other, couldn’t they? Merritt isn’t so sure… and after she finds out who pulled her from the mangled car that night, her life will be changed forever.

My Review:

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A sweet, emotional, slow burn, New Adult Romance.
This book had me laughing and wanting to cry from beginning to end.
I highlighted dozens of passages that I either found hilarious or extremely relatable as someone who struggles to manage their grief and depression.
Likeable and witty characters with hilarious dialogue, Twists you won’t see coming, and quick & easy reading.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves New Adult Romance.

Learn more about Collision and Kristen Granta here.

Buy Collision here.

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