Review: The Pulse Part 3 (Pulse Series #3) by Deborah Bladon


Title: Pulse
Author: Deborah Bladon
Publisher/Year: Deborah Bladon 6/17/14
Length: 70
Series: The Pulse Series #3


Jessica wanted to believe Nathan was a changed man. The lust filled promises he made in bed are no match for the reality that she’s now holding in the palm of her hand. Sex drives men like Nathan Moore. She suspected it, then experienced it and now there’s absolutely no denying it.

She knows what the right thing to do is. He knows that he’s never met anyone like her.

Jessica struggles to forget him as Nathan’s desire for her consumes him. His compulsive need to possess her pushes him in ways that will change them both forever.

Just how far is Nathan Moore willing to go to have the one woman he claims he can’t live without?

My Thoughts

We all really want to believe that Nathan’s a changed man – i mean, it was his ‘sister’ that was in the hotel suite that was paid through the end of the month right?  And his excuse for the 2 phones was just soooo simple and easy to believe.

So, the saga continues for these 2 – and things keep getting more and more complicated.  while Josh – her ex from CT has gone away, Drew keeps popping up with a vengeance since he wants ‘in on Jessica’ like no one knows.  It’s going a bit too far into the sexual harassment realm that i’m wondering if that’s going to come up or not.  personally, i’d say something.

Anyhow, this 3rd installment continues on the same path as the others, some GREAT scening with these 2 – i mean, their chemistry is still intense, especially since it often starts off as hate sex.  We see a bit of Jessica getting too buzzed/drunk to know what’s going on exactly, and that leads to more trust issues with Nathan.  I find it to be interesting and i honestly would Love to know the back story with Nathan since he’s so smooth.

In this brief segue into the finale that i’ll start into next, it’s really not until the last scene again that we’re given what i’m hoping for – even more severe tension and depth that it’s not really the relationship with Nathan and Jessica that makes you wonder, but some of the other supporting folks that get in there – and their motivation.  Where we are left is to question who’s being honest – if it’s Rebecca, Nathan, Bryce (gasp) or Drew – and what that means for poor Jessica.  I can’t wait to see who talks their way out of this and who ends up happy.  I’m off to the final installment and i’ll be back with my closing remarks.

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