Hard Crush - Mira Lyn Kelly

Hard Crush

By Mira Lyn Kelly

  • Release Date: 2018-06-10
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 69 Ratings


"Hard Crush blew me away!
"One of the best second chance romances I ever read…Fun, emotional, and sooooo hot!"

I never thought I'd see her again
Let alone find her in the same spot I left her ten years ago, teaching at the high school where we fell in love. 
Back then I was the geek with too many ideas and one girl I wanted forever. 
Now I'm the man driving a multi-billion dollar tech industry. And these days, one night with a soft body is as close to forever as I get. 
It's all I want. Or it was.
I should have kept walking
But I wanted that laugh. That smile.
I wanted five minutes before I got back to the life with no room for my past.
One kiss was all I meant to take
But then her fingers were in my hair, her breath hot against my lips. 
My hands… everywhere.
Now I want more
I want her, but she only wants the guy I used to be. 
And just like the first time, I can't stay, and she won't leave…


  • Hard crush

    By Mag68
    By Mira lyn Kelly Great 2nd chance at love books that will make you want to pull the hair out of the lead females head for being stubborn ! But great writing! Bookbub
  • Opposite of hard to stop reading

    By Great super duper book!!!
    This book made it easy to quit reading it! The plot sounded WAY BETTER than it actually turned out to be. It’s so cliche that the guy is the screwed up one, who wants the girl. The guy then hunts the girl down, after reuniting even if it’s been years since they’ve been together. The girl tris to resist. The guy plays the seducer and basically forces the girl to take him back, so he can boost his ego and get back to a routine. Literally the whole book in 1 paragraph, just written better.
  • High school sweethearts

    By hnobbs
    Such a great second chance romance. Hank & Abby dated all through high school and only broke up when Hank had a chance at college and do great things with his life. Abby had just gotten settled in her life after being in a revolving door of foster homes and wanted to stay in the one place she called home. Ten years later and they meet back up at their high school reunion. They pick right up, kinda, where they left off. Abby is still hesitant because she knows Hank will leave again. I loved how when they finally got back to each other they realized they had moved on in their lives but that they were only really existing. They were better together and made each other happy and full. Abby’s neighbor Helen was a hoot and just what Abby needed in her life. Hank has great friend’s in Jack and Greg and I can’t wait for them to get their own stories. I loved this book and would definitely recommend it.