In Court, the fourth book in the Crave series by Tracy Wolff, Seventeen-year-old Ivy Morgan is determined to find her place in the world. She’s fought hard to escape her past and build a life for herself, but when she meets Bishop—a streetwise eighteen-year old who unexpectedly comes into her life—Ivy’s carefully crafted world starts to unravel. Bishop is everything she doesn’t want: wild, reckless and rough around the edges. But he makes her feel something that she can’t deny…and he won’t let her run from him anymore. As Ivy spends more time with Bishop, things between them begin to heat up. Despite their differences, they both know that what they have together is real. But soon enough an unexpected event throws their relationship into question….
For who is this book for ?
This book is for the young adult audience. It tells the story of a 17 year old girl, Ivy Morgan, and her struggles in life as she tries to find herself. She meets Bishop, an 18 year old streetwise guy who makes her feel things she never thought possible. However their relationship is tested when something unexpected happens.
- The characters are well developed and likable
- The plot is exciting with lots of twists and turns
- The writing is strong and pulls you in
- The plot could be more original
- The characters seem basic and one dimensional
- The writing style is not particularly exciting or engaging
Learn more about the author
Tracy Wolff writes romance for young adults. She is the author of New York Times and USA Today bestseller Ruined, as well as the companion novels Restore and Rebel. Tracy lives in Colorado with her husband and two sons.
“Ivy and Bishop’s story is intense, heartbreaking, full of angst, and absolutely beautiful. Tracy Wolff nailed it with this one!”
“Court is an intense, emotional story about finding out who you are and what you’re meant to do in life. Tracy Wolff does a fantastic job of balancing the heart-wrenching romance against the raw backdrop of street life.”
“Court is a beautifully written story about two young people finding their way in the world. Tracy Wolff creates characters that are both flawed and endearing, and I was quickly drawn into their story. Ivy and Bishop were wonderful together, and I loved watching them navigate the ups and downs of a new relationship. Court is an emotional read with plenty of surprises along the way – I couldn’t put it down!”
“This book is amazing! Tracy Wolff knows how to write a good story and keep you hooked. Court was no exception!”