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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 23 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #143,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Loved Amity's writing the story was great,descriptive,explanatory took you right into the underground fighting circuit and sucked you in.
Loved Rene and Ash two characters with backbone and fight making their relationship passionate and hot.
Great conclusion to Beat.
Would love to read more about the other characters and hope its coming the twins and Ash's sister and Rene's best friend all great characters and I would definitely follow this series.
Recommended read for anyone who loves a hot action packed,gritty yet heart warming read.
This book continues the story of Ren and Ash. He's MIA but there's no stopping Ren.
Some bits are really good, some bits are over written and other are just rushed.
In Pulse we are re-acquainted with Ren and Ash but this time there's a sullenness to the beginning of the story as we watch both these characters trying to tread water amongst their loss. Both are sad, lost, confused and not the formidable characters we came to love in book one. It's perfect. Amity makes you fall in love with them both all over again. Shows us their softer sides, shows us their love. I can't wreck this story by telling you what happens here, you need to read it. But my god....it's got everything you want to make your heart beat faster. It pulls the emotions from you.
I'm seriously excited for what's coming next from Amity to be honest. I see an author going from strength to strength, she owns her characters and her stories..... Brings them to life in a breathtakingly honest way. She sucks you in and then spits you out. Highly Recommended....Loved this with a passion!!
When we left Ash and Ren in Beat things were unfinished and ended with so many questions, did Ash kill Hammer? Where is Ash? And what will Ren do now?
In book two we find the answers to the questions. Ren is heartbroken at been left by someone she trusted again. Ash and Hammer being missing leave things at Beat as chaotic as ever. Ren is qualifying for the AUFC and pro fighting seems to be in the cards for her future. She is slowly building back up the broken relationship with her father and he is now her trainer. Ren cannot let go of the Underground fighting circuit though: it's her last connection to Ash and puts herself at risk of injury and disqualification from AUFC by going to every match, but she can't stop going....
Ash Fuller: strong, tattooed, an ultimate fighter is broken and hiding from everything and everyone, including Ren. He has his reasons but is it worth all the pain it has caused for the last 6 months. Everyone fears the worst, he's dead but he feels what he's living is worse than that and doesn't want to taint anyone else with his problems.
A surprise visit from a stranger and a rumour that Hammer has returned to underground fighting leads Ren to have to make the ultimate decision: go after Ash and heal her heart or fulfil her Dad's dreams of wining the championship??
Will Ren choose to fight to be a champion or sacrifice everything to save the man she loves?
This is one book that's addictive reading till the final round!!
*** reviewed on behalf of Obsessed by Books ***
I've read a lot if Amity Cross's books previously and every book of hers that I have read has just got better and better. She is fast becoming one of my favourite authors and is now one of my "must read instantly" authors.
When Beat finished we was left with a lot of questions that needed answering. I was very happy that all my questions were answered in this book.
Ren is completely devastated in this book. Ash has disappeared and nobody knows where he is at all. He's shattered Ren's heart and she feels very betrayed by Ash.
Reading about Ren's heart break and her thinking it's just another person whose abandoned her in life is hard and emotional to read about. She's such a strong character that you can't help but feel sorry for her and want to give her a hug. I enjoyed seeing a softer more emotional side of her personality though, rather than the very strong, "I can handle myself without anyone's help" Ren.
Ren finally thought she had found the one person who cared for her and that would never leave her, so when Ash disappears it kills her inside. The fact that Ren has no idea why he left just made things do much harder for her. Ren is a fighter though and although she's dying inside she puts on a very strong front and fights through the pain, betrayal and heart break. I Completly admired her for doing that as reading about her and knowing she was hurting so much but wasn't letting any of her emotions out was hard. I wanted to give her a big shake as well as a hug and tell her it was ok to show emotion and be heart broken.
Ren has a very expected visit from someone that she didn't even know existed.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Love this series, loved ren and ash and how they both work and come through things together as a teamPublished 9 months ago by Book.lover
Pulse is the second book in The Beat and the Pulse Series and continues on from where Beat left off so you need to have read that book to understand this
At the start of... Read more
It's been awhile since I'd read Beat ( book #1 in the series ), I'd forgotten just how much I loved Amity's writing and the characters of Ren and Ash. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kelly O'connor
I loved this book just as much as 'Beat' Ren and Ash are fabulous characters to read about, their ups and downs only bring them closer and make them a power couple. Read morePublished on 25 May 2015 by Amazon Customer
I think that it's a good book but there are four months in between beat and pulse and that's to much. You forget a lot of things that happen in beat. Read morePublished on 15 May 2015 by Irma
This book took me a bit longer than most to read. Not because I didn't enjoy it, but because it is not a light read. Saying that, I SO enjoyed it. Read morePublished on 8 April 2015 by RedReader
My introduction to Amity Cross was the two part Beat and the Pulse - so I totally read both of them in one day. Read morePublished on 3 Mar. 2015 by Jessica