Title: Crashing Down
Author: Cathryn Fox
Release Date: July 7th 2014
Publisher: Cathryn Fox
Genre: Romance, New Adult
Rating: 4 out of 5
Blurb: When reckless meets responsible…
Straight A student Kathryn Lane is all work and no play. She’s determined to keep her scholarship, and that means no distractions…until she takes a summer internship at Stone Cliff Resort and meets bad boy Noah Ryan. She knows she should keep her distance—after all he’s not the kind of guy she can bring home to daddy—but his disarming smile and dangerous ways are entirely too tempting.
College dropout, Noah Ryan takes one look at Kathryn and instantly knows her type—ambitious, driven and determined, just like he used to be, before the accident that derailed his life and left him an emotional wreck. He vows to avoid her, but when a co-worker backs him into a bet he can’t refuse, everything he’s been running from is challenged and he’s forced to confront his demons.
Soon, Kathryn and Noah are lost to everything except each other. As their lives become entwined, their passion is reckless, their heat all-consuming but when hurtful truths spill out, can Noah prove himself worthy of the one girl who can heal his wounded heart, or will the fire they ignited turn to ash when it all comes crashing down?
When I read the synopsis of the book I knew I wanted to read it and it turned out to be an enjoyable summery read.
Kathryn is an intern at Stone Cliff Resort, she is determined to work hard and didn’t really know how to have fun. At the same resort she meets Noah and Amy who slowly change her life. When she arrived she had only strict working clothes and couldn’t have imagined the events which were waiting ahead of her. Noah and Kathryn both changed each other and the time they spent together at the resort made them realize what they really want and living the life they want and deserve.
I liked that the book gave me a nice summery vibe and the Stone Cliff Resort seemed to be a wonderful place as well. I liked that the main characters were down to earth and mature to work their problems out. All in all I enjoyed the book a lot.