For Crosby takes us to a University Campus in Alabama where we meet Crosby, a troubled hockey player, and the witty and confident, Sabrina.
FOR CROSBY by J. Nathan
That cover… I had to read the book. I mean, just look at it!
Right from the opening scene, I was prepared to hate Sabrina. For the first dozen or so pages I did. You don’t leave someone tied to a tree; you don’t, that’s horrible. To be honest, while I might have been able to get past it, I’m not sure I was able to forgive her. It’s all right though, we all do stupid things in university.
“Ever heard the saying there’s no I in team?”
“Sweetheart, I am the team.”
Now let’s talk about Crosby. I fell in love with him the first chapter we get from his perspective. He is a prime example of someone who has way too many secrets and no one he can trust. Like any love story, the part where the person who doesn’t know how to trust, takes a chance and trusts someone is powerful.
But the truth was I had no one. Everyone who’d been in my life when the money was there quickly disappeared when it was gone.
Crosby and Sabrina made such a cute couple. From when they knew each other only as the Ice Queen and Mr. Hockey to the point where they peeled back the protective layers and got to know each other well.
Yeah. I totally want you… I just like the chase. And I want you to keep using lame lines on me. It’s totally hot.
For such a short book it wasn’t lacking in anything, there was chemistry, drama, enemies, secrets and more twists than I knew what to do with.
This book was short, I read it in one sitting over a couple hours. One thing I appreciate was the way every sentence in this book was important. It wasn’t full of repetitive filler and I didn’t have to skim past the boring parts.
“Ever think it’s you? Ever think that maybe every word out of your mouh makes my skin crawl?”
His lips skipped into a coaky grin. “So, you’re saying I affect you?”
Overall, For Crosby was a super engaging book. Once I started reading, I didn’t put it down until I was finished and even then; I found myself wishing for more. It was a super sweet read that left me with a goofy grin and reminiscing about my university days. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick feel-good book.