Sunday, November 13, 2016

Pulled by Danielle Bannister (Twin Flames Trilogy #1)

by Danielle Bannister

My rating: 4 stars

Series: Twin Flames Trilogy - Book 1
Publisher: Danielle Bannister; 3 edition (September 13, 2011)
Publication Date: September 13, 2011
Genre: Fantasy
Print Length: 244 pages
Available FREE from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
Naya Adams has given up on feeling loved. A walking cliché, Naya lost her parents in a freak car accident at thirteen and has been living with her detached foster 'adults' ever since. When Naya enrolls in one of the most respected theatre programs in New England, she is more than eager to trade in her pain for the spotlight. College would finally be the fresh start she'd longed for.

Unfortunately for Naya, her high school boyfriend, and abuser, Seth, tags along, trapping her in the cycle of tarnished love.

Accustomed to emotional numbness, Naya enters her first acting class, unaware of what was waiting on the other side of the door: her Twin Flame. Rarer and more intense than soulmates, Twin Flames search for centuries looking for their other half. It is in another student, an olive-skinned and terribly scarred sophomore named Etash, that Naya will discover what being loved really means.

Although they both try to resist each other, their bond is ultimately too strong. Together they'll learn that this is not the first time they have been pulled together, nor will it be their last.

But how will her abuser react to Naya's new flame?

 Pulled by Danielle Bannister (Twin Flames Trilogy #1)

Pulled (Twin Flames Trilogy, #1)Her life has been filled with sorrow and loneliness, but Naya is picking up the pieces and moving on, toward a new life, one more emotionally healthy, free from her sadistic boyfriend, Seth…or so she thought.

Etash is scarred, a loner and uncomfortable in his own damaged skin, but when he meets Naya, they both feel an inexplicable pull that brings them together mentally, emotionally and physically.

When fate casts them as Romeo and Juliet, the attraction only grows to painful proportions.
Naya has Seth to contend with, she tried to leave him behind, but he refuses to take no for an answer and forces his twisted idea of “love’ on a girl who has been emotionally damaged for years.

It is only when she is around Etash that she learns the truth of what love should be. But there is more to their story, and it answers the questions of their instant attraction, is there something in their past, will it be something that pulls them together again and again in their future?
We have heard about soul mates, but theirs is a force far more powerful, they are Twin Flames, but will fate quash the raging inferno they share? What part does Seth play in all of this?

Chaotic, unexpected twists highlight this tale of true love. Danielle Bannister’s PULLEDis intense, although sometimes not as forth coming with details as we would like. Is that is preparation for future installments? Here lies a tale that will make you have to think while reading as it takes us down dark twists and frightening turns and then brings us to a point of love and light only to send us back around with head-spinning sharpness.

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