Crashed (Mason Brothers Book 2) by Julie Kriss

Crashed by Julie Kriss
Series: Mason Brothers #2
on March 29, 2019
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I have a crush on my new neighbor. The one that everyone hates.I know all the rumors in the neighborhood. Andrew Mason is rich. He's gorgeous. He's a recluse. He's a genius. He's a jerk. The sign he puts on his porch on Halloween makes all of the kids cry.Oh, and a car crash seven years ago left him in a wheelchair.He seems to think that's going to put me off.I'm determined to get his attention, though he doesn't want company. I can't help it. I want to know what makes a man so beautiful and so complicated tick. I want to know what goes on in his brilliant, good-looking head. I want to know if his muscles feel as awesome as they look. I want to break down his defenses.But if I can break down Andrew's defenses, then he can break down mine. What starts out as a battle of wits becomes... something more. Something hotter. Something neither of us expected.When two damaged people crash into each other, they either destroy each other... or they fall in love.

4 Super Sweet Stars ⭐️ 

Andrew Mason has not left his house in 7 years. After a drink driving accident that left his best friend dead and himself in a wheelchair, Andrew is one angry recluse.

When his new neighbor Tessa moves in across the road she is fascinated by the premise of her grumpy neighbor and takes it upon herself to get to know him. Their first encounter starts with a simple “Fuck off” which set the tone for a fun little read. And to be fair, Andrew is one sexy asshole!

Even though I smiled through this entire read (the banter between them was spot on) this was ultimately an emotional read about two broken people who were lonely.
I loved the premise of this book and I love this author. Andrew and Tessa’s relationship progressed slowly which allowed them to organically fall in love. And once they finally got intimate, it was truly sweet.

Crashed is the second book in the Mason Brothers series but can be read as a standalone. This book was funny, honest, sexy and a pleasure to read.