Book One in the heart-pounding Pulse Trilogy—a gripping erotic romance set in post-apocalyptic New York City one year after an electromagnetic pulse destroys America’s power grid. "Intense, exciting, and sizzlingly sexy—a perfect post-apocalyptic romance!" (Heather Thurmeier, bestselling author... show more
Book One in the heart-pounding Pulse Trilogy—a gripping erotic romance set in post-apocalyptic New York City one year after an electromagnetic pulse destroys America’s power grid. "Intense, exciting, and sizzlingly sexy—a perfect post-apocalyptic romance!" (Heather Thurmeier, bestselling author of Escape to My Arms and Stuck on You)Emily Rosen lives in a military camp at Grand Central Station, where women sell their bodies to soldiers for extra rations. When she discovers a dark secret—that America is rebuilding outside of New York City, and everything the city’s refugees have been told is a lie—she escapes, the soldiers hot on her heels…But Christopher Mason, a convict who broke out of prison after the Pulse, finds Emily first. Although he’s survived this long on the streets by looking out only for himself, Emily is beautiful, alluring, and impossible to leave behind. Now Emily must convince this intimidating, magnetic stranger to be her guide as they journey out of New York and into the unknown. She’ll barter with her body, but sex with Mason can never be currency—it’s pure passion, and everything she desires. Despite the crumbling world around them, can Emily and Mason discover true love blooming in the darkest of places?
Publish date: November 25th 2013
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
Series: The Pulse Trilogy (#1)
The Pulse would be categorized as post-apocalyptic dystopian. It seems to take in present time. The characters believe, and the reader from the information available to us, that a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse device has knocked out all everything in the United States, including modern vehic...
3.5 StarsThis book is one in a growing number of books about the world after a major disaster. I like the premise of this book but the sex sometimes seemed to be a little out of place. The book is gritty and tough like a good post apocalyptic book should be. Emily is a nurse who was taken to a camp ...
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a honest review.*What in the hell did I just attempt to read?! I made it 6 chapters in and had to call it quits. There was NO logic within those first few chapters and to be perfectly honest there was actually a point where I had to ...
DNFed because IT WAS THE WRONG BOOK, NOT WHAT THE COVER SAID! And because it was very bad... So it wasn't actually this[The Pulse by Shoshanna Evers] book's fault. I'm not even rating it.