Thursday, October 9, 2014

Cover Reveal - Pull by Claire Wallis

Pull (Push, # 2)

By: Claire Wallis

Expected Publication: November 6th 2014

Genre: New Adult, Contemporary, Suspense, Mystery

( Goodreads )

Description--***PULL is the continuation of Claire Wallis' sharp and shocking debut novel, PUSH. It is the second book in the series and is not intended to be a standalone.***

"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.

This is a new adult novel with mature content for readers 17 and up.

PULL will be available in digital format via Amazon, Nook, and iBooks on November 6th. Pre-Orders can be placed on Amazon as of Monday, October 20th.

You can sign up for Claire Wallis's newsletter where you can receive bonus book teasers, stories, and information about both PUSH and PULL. Also, check out her website:

And for kicks, here are a couple of teasers:

I read Push back in April of this year of and thoroughly enjoyed it. You can read my review of Push here. This book was so much more than I expected it to be, and I absolutely cannot wait to pick this series back up and see how everything ends. When Claire Wallis contacted me about being a part of the cover reveal for Pull, I jumped on the chance immediately. I hope that you guys will check out Push. It ends in a huge cliffhanger, but since Pull will release in exactly 4 weeks, you won't have too long of a wait because trust me, you WILL NEED to read Pull as soon as possible.

Have any of you read Push? What did you think? Aren't you dying to read Pull too? Let me know!

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