Series: Push #2
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance, Suspense
"It is impossible for someone like me—someone with a sin-list capable of wrapping itself around the world—to find redemption. To be repaired."
David Calgaro has secrets, and the only woman he's ever loved is about to pay the ultimate price to protect them. He's spent a lifetime searching for purpose and control. And the only place he's managed to find them is in a single, perfect moment; a moment in which he has absolute control over someone else's life.
David is unredeemable, unfixable, unsalvageable. But Emma Searfoss has forced a tiny sliver of hope to penetrate his soul. Hope that, even though redemption is impossible, maybe life isn't. Maybe he isn't who he thought he was. Maybe he's meant to be more.
Okay, so I might’ve lost my mind this morning. I woke up still thinking about Pull, and I tried to write a review, but it just wasn’t happening, so I decided to write a letter instead. To the author. Of Pull. Eeeeek!! I hope she doesn’t think I’m some maniac, but I really needed to express how I felt. I decided that it would also be my review, since it’s the truest way I could express how I felt about this book. DO NOT READ IT IF YOU HAVEN’T READ PUSH. The letter is spoiler-free, but this book began immediately where Push left off, so I don’t want to ruin anything for those who haven’t begun the series.
Pull was a perfect follow-up to Push. I had great expectations, and Claire Wallis definitely delivered on those. This story is burned into my brain, and these fucked-up characters are some of my favorites now. They’re flawed, tragic, beautiful, insane, and perfect. I loved these two books and I can’t wait to read more from this author! Here’s the letter I wrote to her. Maybe I’ll write a proper review once my mind has settled, but then maybe not.