Pull

Pull

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by Amanda Miga
     
 

The Guardian of hybrids, Red, carries the great burden of watching over his kind and seeing to their development as these humans discover they have supernatural abilities, but Red is finding it more difficult since he’s broken a law that has weakened his powers. It’s forbidden for the Guardian to fall in love. He’s fallen in love with Violet, a

Overview

The Guardian of hybrids, Red, carries the great burden of watching over his kind and seeing to their development as these humans discover they have supernatural abilities, but Red is finding it more difficult since he’s broken a law that has weakened his powers. It’s forbidden for the Guardian to fall in love. He’s fallen in love with Violet, a girl he’s watched over since her birth. Red is torn between what he desires and what he is destined to do, but at what cost? Too many hybrid lives have already slipped through his fingers.
While trying to distance himself from his beloved Violet, her near death pulls them back together and he feels he must take her back to his sanctuary. How can Red resist her now?
Grey believes that his best friend would never hurt him. Red has saved his life and given him a second chance when his past seemed unforgivable, Red was the one who showed mercy; helped lead Grey to a better life. But now Red has brought home a female hybrid, the one thing that forces him to reconcile with his past--which he so desperately wants to forget.
Violet has lost her memories, she’s grateful to her mysterious Guardian for saving her life. Her new home is like a dream and so is falling in love with Grey. But a new curiosity springs when she accidently touches Red. Her heart is suddenly pulled in another direction. Is it possible to fall in love with two people at once?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044484665
Publisher:
Amanda Miga
Publication date:
04/14/2013
Series:
Sanctuary , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
135,985
File size:
368 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Amanda Miga lives in Long Island, NY with her husband, John Miga, daughter Rayna and two cats Smudge and Cricket. When she's not writing she's watching movies or listening to music, finding inspiration for The Sanctuary series and other fictions in the works.

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Pull (Sanctuary Novel #1) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Jessigirl007 More than 1 year ago
I'm not one to read these types of books (Teen or Paranormal) and I was told by another that it is a MUST READ. Once I read it, I must say, I loved it! It kept me intrigued and I couldn't put it down. When the book was done, it left me wanting more! Attached is also a chapter in the next book and now I can't wait to read the next one!!
Gilbert1 More than 1 year ago
I read the book and loved it! I would compare it with Twilight but better! Kept you on the end of your seat, I cannot wait until the next one is out!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great emotional conflict between friends and lovers. The paranormal aspect is pretty unique
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found that though this book was set in the same place for quite awhile, it told a rather unique story. The book Pull allows for an air if mystery and somewhat sad background story. If you are looking for a quick enjoyable read than this is probably a book you should at least check out.
nelly56 More than 1 year ago
Good story,. A different look at the ever popular love triangle. The author has a good use of descriptive words to bring to give you wonderful visuals.Her first novel is worth a look. Look forward to the continuing saga & other work she will put out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Red was my favorite throughout. Too bad violet gave grey so many second chances. Lots of misspelled words which made it frustrating to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An Awesome Book Love It !!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story terrible writing :/ :(
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Within the first couple chapters I was royally creeped out and totally uninterested. Just the fact that a grown man is in love with a child is so pedofile that I had no interst in reading past what I did. Thank God it was free otherwise I would demand a refund. Truly it was worthless and a bit too creepy. I have no idea why this writer wrote this or why it even came into their brain. Horrible!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story could have been interesting but instead was a bit uncomfortable in its strange graphic segments. Using the third person makes the reader removed from the emotions. Grammatically it is a mess and needs quite a bit of editing with words repeated, left out, or improperly used. Author switches between tenses and uses the wrong words occasionally. Unnessary use of swear words and overall a bit uncomfortably graphic in places, but that is just my opinion. I only finished it to finish the story and though it leaves itself open to sequels, I won't be reading any. Mostly disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just awful. Nothing redeeming about it. Poorly written. Weak, unbelievable heroine... Truly a waste of tiime.
dajanra More than 1 year ago
I wish I could give this negative stars, I really do. It starts out with an immortal age-frozen 23 year old musing about how he is in love with a 5 year old little girl. Let me say again. A 23 year old immortal is in romantic love with a 5 year old girl. It only gets worse. He then stalks her on and off until she is 16 when he rescues her from a sinking car, leaving her parents to die. He then kidnaps her from the hospital and traps her in a pocket universe that he made. He is moody and aloof and wonders why she falls in love with the only other person in that "Sanctuary". He gets angry and territorial, treating her like a piece of property rather than a person. Gee I wonder why she doesn't fall madly in love with him. Oh wait, she does. Beyond all reason. This book was such a waste of time that I ended up skimming most of the last half because it was too painful to read. Pass this book by, you will miss NOTHING worth while.