Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Review of The Pull

Evie Remington had always done what people expected of her. As a result, at twenty-six she finds herself the unhappy owner and manager of a Denver hotel. That is, until deep-rooted memories of a past life and the hidden knowledge of a promise she made in that other lifetime pulls her away from it all. Without knowing where it will lead, Evie sets out on a cross-country journey that will challenge what she believes about life, death, and love


  1. Thank you for taking the time to read and review my novel! Your review was funny and insightful.

    I love Kyler too, by the way. He's a great great character and I hated to break his heart, but Easton was it for her and I just couldn't end it any other way (though trust me, I did consider it...) ;-)

    I really appreciate your comments and will be following your reviews in the future!

    Chelsie Shakespeare

  2. Cool review! I love the way you described each of the characters by themselves! You should do that more often.

    Ana @ <a href="http://book-spark.blogspot.com/>BookSpark</a>