Sara's Review: PULSE - Part One by Deborah Bladon
Publisher: Audible Studios
Released: April 18, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Coming of Age
Length: 2 hours and 46 minutes
Narrator: Samantha Cook
Format: ebook, audiobook
From New York Times best-selling author Deborah Bladon.
Jessica Roth dumped her boyfriend, moved to New York, and wanted desperately to start her new life off with a bang - a literal mind-blowing, soul-shaking night of pure, raw, memory-making sex. She thought her one-time chance encounter with attorney Nathan Moore in a hotel room would become a jumping point for her exciting, single, and adventurous life in the city. One night turned into two, into four, and into more - always at the same place, always at the same time; no last names, no personal details, and absolutely no complications.
What Jessica doesn't count on is that in Nathan's world, boundaries are made to be pushed. He wants her in ways he promised he never would. She wants him in ways she can't admit. When their lives ultimately collide outside the walls of the hotel room, Jessica is forced to face the truth about the only man who has ever made her pulse race and her body ache with unadulterated pleasure.
This is the first part of a four-part series. The entire series is now complete and available as a bundled set on Amazon!
Three Boundless Stars
I purchased this on a Black Friday deal, one, not realizing that this is the first part of a serial and two, not realizing I could get the entire series for less…….YEP annoyed. Moving one. I already purchased the entire series because now I am curious what happens next even though I am pretty sure I know.
The Story of Jessica and Nathan so far is pretty hot and to my utter delight has a lot of depth. Jessica is a character that I feel could be one of my friends or even me at that age. Ah to be 23 again. LOL. Nathan is a DOG, but I have to keep going with the series to learn what happens and see if he redeems himself. It a tossup at this point.
So far PULSE part one gets 3 Boundless stars and mainly because I think the serial format sucks and it is a crappy way to bilk extra money for less.