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Spike: (#4 The Beat and The Pulse) by [Cross, Amity]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2217 KB
  • Print Length: 173 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519182767
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015HF99AE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,203 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Really enjoyed Spike getting to read about Renee and Ash again cant get enough of them. Once again they go through some up and down moments once they got there s*** sorted it pulled them closer then ever before. So happy with ending the series just gets better and better.
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Ahhhhhhh Ash Fuller is back in all his alpha male stroppiness with his animalistic sex and his beautifully dirty mouth. I loved getting to see more of the Ash we fell in love with in Beat after seeing his softer side in the last book and the author didn't disappoint in throwing us back into the angst of Ash & Ren's relationship. And the hot hot animal sex was off the scale too.

Ash and Ren are moving on with their relationship and tentatively taking the step into living together in the apartment that Ash has lovingly built for them but as with all relationships the next step is often a very shaky one. I loved that this episode wasn't all hearts and flowers as that just isn't Ash & Ren. So while I hated what they went through to get to a happy place I loved the journey they took to get there.

Poor Ash is having doubts about his ability to make Ren happy and he feels he has to face his past to be able to move forward, the stupid stupid man. At the same time a newcomer is making eyes at Ren just as the wobble in their relationship hits adding to the unrest Ash is causing. Poor Ren I really felt for her and wanted to clip Ash about the head, even when he had the chance to tell her his problem I felt he let her blame herself, such a bonehead. The result is a complete unravelling of everything they have built together and the fight of their lives to rebuild it again. However when the cards are down, Ren steps up and shows Ash why they are so right for one another I just loved the ending I really want to say the best ever ??????? in a book but I really don't want to spoil anything so I'll leave you guessing but I was just laughing out loud.

It was great getting glimpses of the other characters in this series and Amity has cleverly paved the way into the next book.
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Ren and Ash, finally!!!
I thought that I was at last going to get my favourite guys exactly where they needed to be, after all they were taking huge strides but were they in the right direction?
I whipped through this one desperate to see where this warring couple would take not only me but them.
Together they have spent much of their time on what I can only say looks to have been a collision course rather than a path to happiness but sometimes the strength to survive needs to be challenged and Ren and Ash were certainly a challenge, to each other!
They are both complicated characters, they have a slew of issues that would have sunk even the strongest of individuals and they have done their best to try to work through them. But despite the support that they can give each other, the past still hangs heavy around their necks, especially Ash.
When he cuts Ren out, in a foolish attempt to tackle his issues again on his own, he is opening a can of worms that the two of them may find impossible to put a lid on. Because just when they were beginning to face the world as a couple (ish), the love and time that she had so willingly invested in their relationship began to feel as if it was being thrown away. Ren cannot accept secrets and Ash is treading on very thin ice, no matter how honourable his reasoning.
This pair are hard work, they are so complicated but they make things worse at times by living so far in their own heads that I really didn’t believe that they were ever going to be able to bring the real them to the surface. Until Ash could open his heart and mind to Ren, I was beginning to believe that they were only heaping more heartache on an already volatile situation.
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5* read.
I love love love this series so much so I couldn't wait to read this as I've fallen in love with Ren and Ash. Two really complicated characters who have a lot of baggage and difficult pasts and together they are a real intense couple but I loved that about them. As usual with these two they go through so ups and downs and bad points in this book and it does break your heart at times. I defiantly shouted at my kindle a few times but their ups and downs were worth it and made this story much better for it. You realise that in a relationship you sometimes have to fight hard for that one person. They go through so much together as a couple that as a reader you really invest in their relationship.
Reason this novella was a 5* for me was for Ren and Ash's whole story altogether and the fact that this author took this story to another level yet again. A short read pact full of drama and brilliant writing. Cant wait for more from this author.
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More Ren and Ash - Yes please !
I can't get enough of this intense couple, they are one of my favourite book couples. I love that Ren doesn't do bulls***, her upbringing won't allow her to and Ash - omg how I love Ash and this book has cemented my love for this sexy fighter.
When we left Ren and Ash at the end of Pulse their relationship was pretty solid only one thing has the potential to break them apart and that's keeping secrets. Ash feels something is missing within their relationship, but before he can move on he decides to lay the past to rest but he doesn't come away with the outcome he wanted. Ash's life spirals out of control and he doesn't know if he can fight to get it back .
Loved reading another book featuring Ren and Ash it's like returning to old friends but this time they needed their heads knocking together. It was the perfect ending to their story although I'm hoping they will pop up in Hamish's and Dean's books.
A great book, that's very well written - highly recommend !
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