PULSE Reviews

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** The PULSE Series is currently in development for a film, as listed on IMDB!!! BITTER FROST,  a series tie-in, as part of Kailin Gow’s Fantasy Worlds is now in development as a game and film!!!**

17 year-old Kalina didn t know her boyfriend was a vampire until the night he died of a freak accident. She didn t know he came from a long line of vampires until the night she was visited by his half-brothers Jaegar and Stuart Greystone. There were a lot

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  1. Kris "Krissy P."
    20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun Romance with Bite., October 26, 2010
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    Kris “Krissy P.” (NJ) –
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    I really enjoyed this story. I thought the characters were well fleshed out and the story was very well-written. I have been a fan of Kailin Gow since reading the Bitter Frost series. Kailin Gow is a great storyteller and I am looking forward to reading more from her.

    This is the story of Kalina, a spunky teenage cheerleader who is heartbroken after the death of her boyfriend, Aaron. Aaron has a secret. He’s a vampire and so are his brothers who come to town to protect Kalina who is a “Life Blood” carrier and is sought after by all vampires. Stuart is very reserved, friendly and only survives on vampire wine. He does not hunt humans. He is also very attractive and like Aaron, falls for Kalina. Jaeger is also good looking and a little less friendly and is more dangerous as he does drink from humans. Kalina falls for both brothers while searching for Aaron’s killer. There is a huge surprise at the end.

    It’s a fun paranormal read that reminds me somewhat of the Vampire Diaries series at least as far as the love triangle between the girl and the good vs. bad brother. If you are a fan of Vampire Diaries, you will love this story.

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  2. A. Pohren
    25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love, Love, Love it!!, November 27, 2010
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    A. Pohren (IA United States) –
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    This review is from: Pulse (Pulse, Book #1) (Paperback)
    I have long since been a fan of Kailin Gow, since the first time that I picked up one of her books, quickly becoming engulfed within the worlds that she seamlessly creates for her readers. Quite frankly, the woman simply amazes me with the amount of literature she puts out. I can’t keep up, no matter how hard I try!! Of course, absolutely no complaints, since I have many books to read and several to eagerly look forward to!

    Pulse is the first in Ms. Gow’s latest and greatest vampire series. Though her books are aimed toward the young adult age range, the writing style of this author easily captivates an extensive age range and genre audience. In Pulse, we meet seventeen-year-old Kalina (love the name, by the way) who has recently lost her boyfriend in an unexplainable and freakish accident. It doesn’t take long for Kalina to quickly come to realize that she didn’t really know the person he truly was. For that matter, before now, Kalina never realized the person she truly is. However, that all changes when she meets two gorgeous, mysterious and totally opposite young men – who just happen to be her dead boyfriend’s half brothers, Jaeger and Stuart Greystone. Did I mention that the brothers also just happen to be vampires?! Oh yes, and pretty darn sizzling, tantalizing vampires at that.

    What Kalina soon learns is that the very blood that courses through her body is incredibly rare and a liquid that many will do anything for – including murder and torture. If that isn’t enough, Kalina soon finds herself intensely drawn to both Jaegar and Stuart. One brother, a hunter; one brother who has trained himself to control his vampire hunter tendencies; both brothers, set on protecting Kalina at all costs.

    Pulse is a story combining many incredible elements, including romance, desire, suspense, mythology and a deep dark intensity that will leave the reader engrossed and reading long into the night. The moment I finished the story and read the final word, I couldn’t wait to delve into the next book in the series: Life’s Blood, which I immediately ordered from Amazon! So be on the lookout for my review of it, coming soon!

    I cannot recommend Pulse highly enough. Anyone looking for a novel of suspense, intensity and sizzling chemistry, is sure to quickly fall in love with Pulse!

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  3. hwest
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    PULSE, January 5, 2011
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    hwest (USA) –

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    I bought this book and read it in one night. I really enjoyed it. Kalina is a strong heroine, which is terrific. Too many times I’ve read of weepy, weak-willed teen females, but Gow packs her heroines with a punch. Kalina learns what she can to protect herself from vampires as soon as she finds out she’s special. The Greystone brothers make engaging romantic interests. Stuart is the sensitive one, Jaegar is the dangerous one. Kalina can’t decide if the brothers like her for who she is or for what she is. Oh, and her previous boyfriend – Stuart and Jaegar’s half-brother – vanished. Kalina is dealing with all this while being hunted by vampires. We can see her beginning to try to find herself in this first installment. I’m interested to see how Kalina grows in the second book (which I bought seconds after finishing the first one). Throughout the book, there are some typos and misplaced words, but nothing that detracts from the plot. I definitely recommend it.

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