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The Pull by [Zook, Sara V.]
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Length: 130 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 1646 KB
  • Print Length: 130 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 14, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XLPG6JA
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #426,326 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I don't like to give 1 stars, but what??? The idea of this story is really good. That paired with the cover had me ripping this book open to get started. Unfortunately, that is where the excitement ends. I nearly dnf this book early on (20-30%). The only thing that kept me going is that the book was short and I hate not finishing things. The writing is not bad, but there was definitely issues forming connections with the characters. You would think this would be angsty and emotional, but the characters were so cold and superficial it was hard to feel anything short of annoyance.

"I had moved on, but the poor girl hadn't had a chance to." <------ Even if you were in love with someone else who would say this about their wife who just came out of a coma after 7 years.. A person you thought was the love of your life and lost? The book was full of statements and thoughts similar to this. No compassion or love. I just didn't understand anyone's reactions to one another or the situation.

After we get through all that we are given an off the wall ending that seemed to be thrown in for shock value. It felt like an after thought and felt like it was quickly thrown together, lacking the same emotion as the rest of the book. My very fav thing is a shocking ending. I don't care if it's happily or unhappily ever after, but it has to be in line with the book.
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The cover was great and the blurb really made me want to read this story. It started off really well. I was into the story and was rooting for my favorite couple. That being said, Darin made his choice rather quickly and I felt like it went from one extreme to the next. He was struggling and then bam! Suddenly he went the total opposite direction. I feel like there were many chapters missing. I got close to the end of the book and I was still relatively happy until I finished it. The ending. I'm not sure if the author just wanted to hit publish and be done with it or if she just couldn't think of anything else to write. The ending felt like a cop out to me. It was utterly ridiculous. I don't have to have a perfect, happy, ending but this ending made me wish I hadn't even purchased the book. It was rushed and felt like it didn't belong. I loved the story line but these characters deserved more words and a not so crap ending.
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I was so excited to read this as soon as I saw the blurb! I love me a good love triangle and the premise of The Pull sounded fresh and outside the box.

Honestly I wanted to abandon it about 20% in but I kept plugging along. This is just one of those books that is like the train wreck you can't look away from.

Yes the concept was original, but I couldn't understand why either of these women wanted this man. He lost all credibility when he didn't have anything special to wear and he pranced around the room. And no, I'm totally not kidding.

This could have been an epic story if had been developed some more.

If you like a HEA this is NOT the book for you.
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4-4.5 stars. For a shorter length novel, this one packs a punch of angst and tension. After reading the blurb, I just knew I had to read this. Without knowing anything else, I was already advocating for Darin's wife before I started the book. This story is told from the 3 POVs of the main characters and it's obvious right from the beginning who to root for.

Livvy, awake after being in a coma for more than several years, has the unfortunate circumstance of discovering that her life is no longer the way it used to be. Not only is she so many years older, but she doesn't have any friends or family, home, and definitely no husband, at least not beyond a legality. Although she was asleep for all that time, I honestly can't imagine the shock and adjustment that she has to deal with, to wake up one day and to know that life went on without her as if she were a part of the past that is now long forgotten. She doesn't belong anywhere or to anyone. Even so, Livvy is quickly adaptable and understanding, she's fortunate to have a second chance at life but she's not quite so sure she wants it now that Darin isn't a part of it anymore because in her last memory, they were in love and happily married. She's definitely the sort of woman who is gracious and loving, but she won't tolerate anyone stepping all over her.

Violet, the woman who Darin is living with and sharing a life makes it clear that she is Darin's actual woman. She comes off as the other woman because if she weren't in the picture, Darin would be with Livvy, or wouldn't he? He's only married to Livvy in name, but she has his actual heart. It's important that she makes her claim obvious. She genuinely loves Darin and has been patiently waiting for Livvy to kick the bucket so she and Darin can make their marriage official.
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I was all set to give this book 4 stars or more for creativity, intriguing and gut wrenching storyline...and it had been sitting on my wishlist, so I was so excited when it went on sale.
Now I'm just shaking my head and wondering what happened...seriously WHY that epilogue? I had to suspend belief when Liv wakes up (although that has happened before in real life) and then I had to stomach the cruel ugliness that was Vi and finally wonder why Liv even really needed to be in the situation she was when it was obvious Darin had enough money to put her up in her own apartment and hire help for her in the first place (oh but then there would not have been all that conflict and reason for the story). I kept on reading until the bitter end and I do say "bitter" because wow, really? I always wonder why authors sometimes choose to write an epilogue that will anger their readers or turn something that was already tragic enough just way over the top depressing.
So this is why I am left frustrated and disappointed after spending a half of a day reading this one.

*** 3 *** "two wrongs sometimes make a right but the pain of it all" stars
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