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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Jan 09, Amaxchan added it. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I’m not really sure what to say, how to review it, without rambling like I usually do when I read such a book. I recommend this book highly.
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The book was billed sort of as a book for lesbian teen girls I really loved this book and I think I will acc It is super angsty teenager, but having been to an all womens college this book is very realistic.
The novel was first published in for young adults and adults. Become a LibraryThing Author. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jean “Jinx” Tuckwell finds herself a player in the schemes of Lexi, a popular girl at the private school they attend in the mid ‘s. But the timing influences everything about the attitudes: Just the way she used Jinx and played with her like that remdinds me of this girl. It was entertaining to read.
Jzne immensely enjoyed the author’s descriptive style.
Uftcher try again later. The author tells the story with humor, but it can also cut like a knife; I could not put it down. A fairly good book.
If this book hadn’t been published well before my birth, I would say that it was written with me in mind: Jinx knew she had a big crush on Lexie, and that she had to do something to make it go away. I cannot say fuhcher good things about this book.
Open Preview See a Problem? Showing of 13 reviews. I just wonder how someone like Lexie could have the audacity to be cruel to someone who loves her so much??? In the book Crush by Jane Futcher, the setting of the book plays a big roll in the characters’ decisions and actions. But in her senior year, Jinx finally felt like she belonged. The private school students in this book crusg emotionally confused, and the attitudes surrounding them about what is normal makes the reader see why there are people in such pain.
Crush by Jane Futcher – FictionDB
It became an overnight bestseller in the lesbian and women’s community in the s. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.