Title: Crew (Crew Series #1)
Release Date: August 26, 2018
To survive where I live, you have two options.
You can be a Normal—a cheerleader, jock, member of the debate team, or on the yearbook committee. You pretend everything is normal.
Or you can be crew.
You insult us? We hurt you.
You hurt us? We really hurt you.
And if you f*ck with us, we will end you.
My name is Bren.
I’m the only female in the Wolf Crew—the best, fiercest, and most dangerous crew there is—and we have a rule: There’s no falling in love.
Well… too late.
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Reviewed by Stephanie
I loved everything about this book. Everything. The blurb, the cover, the first sentence that just grabs you and yanks you right in to a world that only Tijan can give us. I have loved and reread so many of her books countless times and this one is at the top of that list. Gah, this book was just so damn good. Full of amazing characters, a shitload of drama and everything and anything else we have come to love about a Tijan book.
“Even though we look like the bad guys right now, things aren’t always as they seem.”
A crew is family, a loyal trusted few that would do anything for you and The Wolf Crew is the most respected and feared of them all. Bren is the only female in her crew and so she is sort of a legend for it. She is by far one of my favorite characters ever. Strong, fierce and loyal she was willing to do anything to protect those she held closest to her heart. The crew has rules, but what happens when one of those rules are broken and there’s no going back?
There were so many amazing characters in this book that I fell in love with, some a bit more then others. I loved the crew. I loved the drama, the craziness, the loyalty, the love and the angst. I just loved this whole book. I can’t say much more about it as I am determined to keep this a spoiler free review. I highly recommend you just grab it and read it ASAP. I cannot wait until the next ones comes out!!
“This. This is what set us apart. This made us stupid, but it made us dangerous too. And though we shouldn’t-we knew we shouldn’t-we loved it. We hungered for it.”