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 screw 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.
*This book contains mature young adult situations.
*Full-length novel. First book in a series.
*Book ends at 95%. Two bonus chapters are at the end.
“That was the basic rule of being in a crew: you backed each other up. No matter what. “
I went into Crew blindly not fully sure of what I would get, but I wasn’t disappointed. Crew is a unique story with characters who stand up for what they believe, especially their crew.
Crew is a slow burn romance that almost had me thinking that there might even be a love triangle which I am not a fan of typically. However, I can say there was no love triangle, thank you Tijan. Not sure I could’ve handled that.
Our main character is Bren. She is 1 of only 2 girls to be in the Crew system, and she is haunted from her past and loyal all the way to her crew. Throughout the story you can see that Bren has a darkness inside of her that she is constantly fighting. A darkness that slips out every so often, but Cross is always there to help prevent that from happening.
Cross is everything you want in a book Boyfriend. Ah, words are simply not enough to explain him and his complex character. He was such a surprise. At first I didn’t expect Cross to be a character we would see so much, but I was so happy we did.
Crew was certainly a book that surprised me and left me excited for the next book.
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