miércoles, 23 de marzo de 2016

Steel | The Beat of the Pulse #5 | by Amity Cross * Blog Book Tour - Review - Giveaway *

Title: Steel
Series: The Beat of the Pulse #5
Author: Amity Cross
Genre: Fighter Romance Stand Alone
Release Date: March 23, 2016

All Josh “Steel” Caplin ever wanted was a little bit of glory…until he was left for dead on the street outside a hospital ER. 

The last thing he remembers is being beaten to a pulp at The Underground, the illegal cage fighting ring that’s bad news, but the only place he feels he belongs. 

When he finally wakes up, he stares right into the eyes of an angel and for the first time wonders if there’s something more out there for a guy from the wrong side of the tracks. 

When Dr. Holly Walsh finds an unconscious man on the street, she stakes her claim over her patient for better or worse. When he finally opens his eyes, she isn’t prepared for how deep that claim is about to run. 
They both have pasts they’d rather forget, but together they’re stronger…if only they’re strong enough to fight for each other. 
Can a bad boy fighter and a big time surgeon really make things work? 
Or when their two words collide, will it be sirens…or sparks? 
STEEL is the fifth full-length novel in the bestselling Beat/Pulse series from Amity Cross. 
Time to fight for the broken hearted…


Hello everyone, today the 5th book in the series The Beat of the Pulse, Steel, is lives here in America. I had the opportunity to read it and I could describe it in three words:

Thrilling - Emotive -  Sparkling

This book, it though is, at some point, a part of the original story, it is recommended 100% read their predecessors , you'll have many spoilers of other characters, or could you have any questions along the way.

It all starts with Josh "Steel" Caplin and his appearance almost dying outside the hospital, being a  mystery what has happened, but for fate of heaven We have in this place to Molly, a very well qualified doctor in their specialty  but with many scars to heal.

When Josh wakes up is where it all begins to take a little more speed and sudden turns, because, he meets her doctor, Molly, and begins to see beyond what he really knows.

Molly is a workaholic, she prefers don't to try to connect with people. But when she meets Josh, sees her world though wide, is still small, maybe Josh is the key to release of a past that made her minimize the world.

The book is easy to read, you can take a day or two to finish it. Its way and descriptive writing make the travel through the characters, you feel them and live it.

Hard parts? Auch, at some point, the book is very emotional, Molly's work has rewards but also has lost, and although she puts away is hard to stop being a human being. I liked this part of the book, it is very human part .

The stove is ON with Molly and Josh? Yup, definitely YES!!!
You can enjoy the erotic touch that is characteristic of the author, good worked and writing.

Can I recommend it? Of course!

The plot is very good, the way that cross both characters to find themselves and to be together is very cute, very exciting and yet very light. There are characters who catch you  (there is a motorcyclist who reminds me a book called Royal Blood by Amity Cross ... but in light version). 

Steel has some connection to the series, so that's why I recommend that  you read the first books, they are important (and also , you win more characters to love).

 The final was unexpected for me and really loved it, it was a quick burst of, I knew it !! and Fuck a ***!!! but with a juicy and explosive reward.

5 Stars

Amity Cross isn’t her real name. That’s no secret.  She is the author of wicked stories about rock stars looking for redemption, gritty romances featuring MMA fighters and dark tales of forbidden romance. She loves to write about screwed up relationships and kick ass female leads that don’t take s**t lying down. Amity lives in a leafy country town near Melbourne, Australia and can be found chained to her desk, held at ransom by her characters. Don’t send help. She likes it.


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