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Pulled: Book One: First Flame (Twin Flames Trilogy 1) by [Bannister, Danielle]
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When college freshman Naya meets Etash, a terribly scarred sophomore, she finds herself inexplicably 'pulled' toward him.
When Etash is cast as the Romeo to her Juliet, they will both have to resist the undeniable attraction they have for the other. Together they will discover the true and rare nature of their connection, for this is not the first time they have been 'Pulled' together. Nor will it be their last.

"It usually takes me weeks to read a book. I'll read a few pages here and a few there. This one truly "pulled" me in. I couldn't put it down, I finished it in two days! I thought it was a great story and very well written. I felt immediately connected to the characters and couldn't wait to find out more about them." Kristan Sola

"I loved this book! "Pulled" kept me entertained from the first page to the last...including the Epilogue! This book was different than any other book I have ever read and I couldn't wait to see how things were going to turn out. It truly was a great read and I can't wait to read her next book!" Sarah Morris

"If you love books about soul mates and love overcoming all obstacles then I highly recommend reading Pulled. The imagery is fantastic, the characters so real you begin rooting for them from page 1. I downloaded Danielle's book last night and finished it in less than 24 hours, which is really saying something for a busy mom." Amy Miles

About the Author

Danielle Bannister is a work-at-home mother of two small children. She has her BA in Theatre from the University of Southern Maine and her Masters in Literary Education from the University of Orono. She's a major drama geek and lover of Swedish Fish. She has written Pulled, Pulled Back, Pulled Back Again and The ABC's of Dee

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  • File Size: 929 KB
  • Print Length: 244 pages
  • Publisher: Danielle Bannister; 3 edition (September 13, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 13, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005MY4SXO
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,484 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
I started reading this book and immediately got caught up in the struggle of the main characters. I was excited to have a new novel to take me through the rest of my summer vacation, but I wound up reading the entire work in one sitting! I was completely engrossed in the struggle of the characters. The empathy and understanding evoked by the author is compelling. The ending is just superb. I cannot wait to read the sequel.

I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys being completely engrossed in a good read. I found myself lost for several hours, back on a college campus in this dynamic love story with a twist. An extremely well written first novel from this author!
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I loved this story! Naya and Etash are two college students attracted to one another despite their differences. The author adds to the tension of their romance by writing her story in alternating points of view. Cool, right? You can see exactly what Naya is thinking about Etash in one scene, then read on and see how Etash responds from his point of view. I think the phrase we had to learn in high school was dramatic irony. The reader is privy to information that one of the characters in a story is not. And that's how Pulled works so well, because you can see what these two star-crossed lovers are thinking about one another and then see how they stumble through their own insecurities and issues. It's kind of tragic.

It's not a perfect novel, and I can see why it's self-published. Etash's scenes don't quite seem authentic. There's times when he's looking at himself undressing or even in how he thinks about himself in a relationship, and it's clear that a woman wrote his point of view. Even though it's from a male 1st-person point of view. By contrast, Danielle's command of Naya's scenes are much more authentic and believable.

Personally, I think this story would be better if the two character's voices were more distinct. I often had to flip back a few pages to see who's scene I was reading, which took me out of the story. And then I would be surprised to find it was Etash's scene because it sounded like a woman's point of view.

At any rate, I definitely recommend this novel. It's a perfect example of why I love my Kindle. Great work, Danielle Banister!
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Format: Paperback
Danielle Banister's debut novel Pulled is a young-adult romance told from rotating points of view. The points of view switch back and forth between the female and male characters Naya and Etash, and the result is that the story creates an internal tension that drives the plot forward. The story is set on a college campus.

I enjoyed this to a point. I think Danielle shows a lot of promise, and the unique way the story is told is worth a look in and of itself. I had a harder time accepting Etash as a genuine college male, and I think the story would be stronger if his and Naya's voices in the story were more distinct from one another. The word choice, style choices, etc., for Naya and Etash's sections are largely indistinguishable.

In either case, Pulled is a remarkable debut that would appeal to teen, female readers, and I look forward to novels that Danielle will write in the years to come.
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**** 5 Star Review ****

I had downloaded Pulled sometime last year for free but never had the time to read it and I found the author on Facebook and checked out her new trailor and found I also could get the full series free by using Amazon Prime so I downloaded the trilogy and read it within 2 days.

This series was definitely different compared to most supernatural that I have read. The first book is about three main characters whom are Seth, Naya, and Etash. Seth and Naya have been in a two year relationship but it is not a healthy relationship by far. Seth abuses Naya mentally, physically, and emotionally but unfortunately she needs this type of abuse to help numb her how she really feels. Naya lost her parents in a car accident and Seth is the one that has always been there for her.

While in college, she meets Etash, the Assistance Dance Director, where she is taking classes for acting and dancing. Etash has his own issues which he wears outside of his face, a scar that was created years ago in an accident that changed his and his families life. He has never had a real relationship and not looking for one because he feels ugly and unloved until the day he runs into Naya. The pull is so strong, that neither one knows what hit them and why they feel this magnetism between one another.

Etash's grandmother has told him years that one day he would find his other half and he would know when he found her, his twin flame. A twin flame is your other half of your soul, someone that was a part of you for hundreds of years to death and they will find each other again eventually through the next life, somewhat like a reincarnated soulmate.

Seth's control over Naya and his possession takes over stronger when Etash comes in the picture. There is a whole new supernatural that overcomes Seth making him become the Villain with the icey blue eyes. The ending of Pulled definitely through me off and was a major cliffhanger!
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Format: Paperback
Having recently met the author in a writing class, I learned she had just completed her first novel. I told her I would like to see it and she handed it to me the next day. I began reading it that weekend and every time I tried to put it down, I was "pulled" to pick it up and continue reading. The point of view switch between the two main characters and the sinister foreshadowing kept me engaged and agitated to keep reading. Agitated because I cared about the characters and wanted them to be OK. This is an excellent story, with sensory detail, suspense and unexpected twists and turns. I cannot wait for the sequel. Highly recommend!
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