Showing posts from January 1, 2012

The Pull by Chelsie Shakespeare

Evie Remington had always done what people expected of her. As a result, at twenty-six she finds herself the unhappy owner and manager of a Denver hotel. That is, until deep-rooted memories of a past life and the hidden knowledge of a promise she made in that other lifetime pulls her away from it all. Without knowing where it will lead, Evie sets out on a cross-country journey that will challenge what she believes about life, death, and love

When I was contacted by the author to review this book, I didn't understand why this novel was labeled as "Young Adult". The main character is twenty-six, although there was no overly mature content in the story, it does not deal with teen or even young adult issues in any way. It does however fit into the new publishing niche of "new adult" that is becoming more popular these days. After finishing the story I figured that maybe some of my blog readers would be interested in picking it up and decided to post about it.

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