Pull Me Closer took a long time to get nowhere. The pacing is too drawn out, the plot construction was totally disjointed, and the character development was extremely shallow. Kerrigan’s puerile and somewhat foolish behavior seemed at odds with the author’s insistence that she was cultured; she was the exact opposite of cultured at times. While I was reading this story, I thought I was reading a book geared toward teens or new adults instead of a book geared toward mature adults. I hate to say it but this book (and the series as a whole) is just bad. Unfortunately, I am one of those people who feels obligated to finish a book I've started, and I did finally manage to get through this one, but it took a lot of effort to manage it.
Pull Me Closer (Book 1) - Suits in Pursuit series - Sizzling hot interracial (BWWM) romance that builds in book one, Pull Me Closer and ignites in book two, Closer To You.
Following the advice of a spastic inspirational speaker, a jet-setting advertising executive decides its time to trade in her chaotic lifestyle for the one she really wants. Relocation to Atlanta is just the opportunity she needs.
The ad agency owner of an Atlanta firm is looking for talent who can help his business expand. When she interviews with the insanely hot agency owner, her underactive libido goes into overdrive and the feeling is mutual.
A year and kidnapping later, he learns that catching her isn't easy, but keeping her next to impossible. His controversial past and trust issues create the perfect storm, leading to betrayal and heartbreak.
The sensual story continues in book two, Closer To You.