Hope, joy, and pain intertwine in this wonderful teenage lesbian romance. “The characterization is outstanding: the hurt, bewildered Jinx and the smooth. CRUSH was first published by Little, Brown, then Avon Books, then Alyson Publications. Now Futcher’s own Women Gone Wild Press is. All about Crush by Jane Futcher. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.
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Just the way she used Jinx and played with her like that remdinds me of this girl. The author tells the story with humor, but it can also cut like a knife; I could not put it down. Jinx is very doormatish, and lets her actions be dictated by Lexie, to the point that she’s doing some incredibly stupid things. Crush by Jane Futcher Goodreads Author.
I try to remind myself that this novel is set back in the The story is interesting, but I frequently wanted to smack Jinx for lusting such a screwed up girl and putting up with her crap. It felt real like what Jinx was going through was happening to me too, it was kind of scary. I found it in my place of business book store and took it home not knowing I was going to find a story that I couldn’t put it down.
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I crish bein Lexie was crazy as hell, and Jinx was even crazier to entertain her. I said that the setting in terms of time period was really relegated to the background here, but I suppose that’s not strictly true: Should it win book awards?
The main protagonist here is named Jinx, and the action takes place at a boarding school for girls in about Open Preview See a Problem? Want to Read saving….
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Jinx knew she had a big crush It wasn’t easy fitting in at an exclusive girls’ boarding school like Huntington Hill. The author tells the story with humor, but it can also cut like a knife; I could not put it down.
Just being jahe her new friend made Jinx feel dizzy and wonderful. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
I’m not really sure what to say, how to review it, without rambling like I usually do when I read such a book. But Lexie had other plans-and Lexie always got her way. It’s a story about teenage love, and there’s some truth for everyone.
There is no happily-ever-after, which makes the book realistic. Lexie could also be implied doing this to Jinx to manipulate her, and also make herself futccher “un-queer”. It’s a story about teenage love, and there’s some truth for everyone. I couldn’t believe the way the staff treated Jinx, like she was a leper.
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A classic lesbian novel about two private school girls who are deeply attracted to each other. Jane Futcher does an incredible job in making these characters not only come to life, but remind yourself how your teenage years weren’t exactly the “best times of your life.
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