Friday, April 10, 2015

Blog tour! Giveaway! Review! Push by: Claire Wallis


Book & Author details:

Push by Claire Wallis
(Push #1)
Published by: Harlequin MIRA
Publication date: May 1st 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance

Synopsis:
I feel like I am wrapped in a cyclone. Everything is whirling around me, drawing the air out of my lungs and filling me with the best kind of turmoil. Every time his tongue slides against mine, a prickle in my gut tells me how right we are together. How much I need David. How much I need us.
I hope the cyclone never stops.
Emma Searfoss has spent a lifetime trying to escape her abusive stepfather. It’s why she moved far away from home. It’s why she’s kept no ties with her remaining family. And it’s why she’s got a major rage problem. When her neighbor shows up to fix the kitchen in her new apartment, his enigmatic charm calms the fire in her. David is cool and collected, and he makes Emma feel safe for the first time ever. But David has his own chilling past—his six previous girlfriends have all disappeared without a trace. Emma’s walking a dangerous line, but David’s pull is intoxicating. And impossible to resist…
This is a new adult romance with mature content for readers 17 and up.


Purchase:
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My Review: (review copy provided)
4.5 stars!

The prologue sucked me in from the beginning and I didn't know what to expect. Wow! This book is completely twisted and not something I'm used to reading. I was so confused while reading this...Do I like David or don't I? Should I or shouldn't I? It's the kind of book you know in your mind that you shouldn't want happiness for a demented individual that likes to play god; but then, you read about his relationship with our heroine Emma and learn he truly loves her. He wants to protect her and make her happy.

This book is told mainly from the h's POV but then you get little snidbits of David's (H) past girlfriends POV which makes this a really unique story. Every time I read one of their view points I hated David and his actions all over again. Then I would read about him with Emma and forget about it for a while as it just lingered in the back of my mind. The author did such an amazing job screwing with your emotions like that. I have to commend a writer that can take on the subject and hero she did and find something redeeming in them. And that was my struggle I guess, as soon as I found out the bad he did something to redeem himself. I'm not saying I even understand or get his motives but he wasn't all bad?? Ugh I'm so confused!

Emma, poor sweet Emma has had a terrible upbringing ever since her father passed away. Her mother changed, her stepfather is a horrible person and her brothers are just as bad. She has no one so she gets out, goes to college and moves on. She gets the job she wants and meets someone. Life is going her way finally. She is a selfless person and when you read the end you will realize how much so. After the ending I feel David needs to suffer I hope its not the end, but David needs to repent.

David has reasons for the way he is but he is truly sick and needs help. I hate that right there I'm justifying his actions but that's what this story did to me. Is David the villain or the Hero? I recommend you read this book and find out for yourself. It is sick and twisted and will leave you thinking about it for days.

I loved this book but hate the cliffy...I need more. I need to see/read David struggle and feel remorse. Thank you Claire for writing something so unique and original.

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About the Author:


Claire Wallis has penned hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles over the last ten years, with science playing the lead role in almost all of them. Though non-fiction writing will forever be her first love, fiction has unexpectedly swooped in, hooked her by the soul, and become her true love. As a result of this coup d’état, Claire’s writing career has made a complete U-turn, and instead of rocks, plants, insects, and microbes, she is now putting human characters in the lead.

Claire’s previous jobs include working at a limestone quarry, hawking vegetables at a farmer’s market, clerking at the dollar store, and convincing new mothers that they need to renew their subscription to that parenting magazine in order for their child to survive. She lives in Pennsylvania with her amazingly awesome husband and son.

Author Links:

Tour-wide giveaway (INTL)
  • $25 Amazon Gift Card
  • One digital copy of PUSH via Amazon
  • One audiobook of PUSH via Audible Studios
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