Thursday, October 9, 2014

PULLED WITHIN by Marni Mann

Rae is upset with Drew because she is with Rae’s ex-boyfriend and ex-employer Saint who wants nothing to do with her ever again. With no job, her best friend Brady gone missing for two months, and an eviction hanging over her head, Rae has one day left to pay rent or quit. In the next town of Bangor, Rae finds employment at a casino being hired the same day and runs into an old friend named Hart. Rae is having trouble forgiving Hart after he left her years ago without any explanation or saying goodbye.

Rae has nightmares regarding the scar on her face and needs to face her demons to find peace in her life. Without her friend Brady around, Rae has no on to lean on or confide in pertaining to her horrid dreams. How long will Rae be able to hold up without breaking, and will she ever forgive Hart who broke her heart into a million pieces long ago?

Pulled Within is a character study of Rae from the previous novel, Pulled Beneath who has personal past events in her life keeping her from inner peace. The story is noteworthy and in parts touches the heart in a human nature point of view. This novel is an enjoyable and fast read that holds the readers attention until the last page. Recommended to romance, chick-lit, and drama book lovers alike.

I received this book free from CLP Blog Tours in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines.



1 comment:

Samantha March said...

Thanks for sharing your review!