Kiss Crush Collide was an enjoyable read. Leah is not really satisfied with her life the way it is right now. Her mom is continually pushing her into things that she thinks are appropriate and lady like but Leah doesn't enjoy them. Leah would rather swim and lifeguard but her mom doesn't agree with either but gave in to the lifeguarding. Leah is tired of just being the third daughter to everybody; she doesn't want to be part of three but her own person. This story goes over Leah and her journey into being satisfied with who she is and what she is doing.
Leah has a boyfriend that she has but then she is drawn to the bad boy instead. She really does not feel for her boyfriend anymore but it is because her family likes him. Leah starts meeting with the bad boy but it is all sporadic and not planned at all. Leah has a hard time making up her mind and choosing what she wants. For quite a while she straddles both lines/worlds but then she has to choose. This story does have a good ending but it felt a little anticlimactic to me. I just wanted more from it.
Leah has the life most high school girls would kill for - popularity, glowing grades, a rich athletic boyfriends. So why does she feel like she can't breathe? And why can't she stop thinking about the boy from the country club? The one who isn't her boyfriend, the one that her mother would never, ever approve of, the one taht her perfect older sisters would never, ever look at twice. The one who is always looking back at her. Irresistible attraction, smoldering glances, the bad boy and the good girl - this book has everything a steamy forbidden romance should, and then some.