She didn’t know how far she’d go—until she was pushed.
Remy O’Malley was just learning to harness her uncanny healing power when she discovered the other,darker half of her bloodline. Now she lives trapped between two worlds, uneasy among her fellow
Healers—and relentlessly hunted by the Protectors.
Forced to conceal her dual identity, and the presence of her Protector boyfriend Asher Blackwell, Remy encounters a shadow community of Healers who will put her loyalties to the test.
Pushed to the limit, with the lives of those she loves most on the line, Remy must decide whether to choose sides in a centuries-old war—or make the ultimate sacrifice and go to a place from which she may never return…
Release Date: November 26, 2013
Pushed is definitely one of those books in which I’m wondering why I didn’t read it sooner. It was an amazing sequel and I loved how an old character was put in a whole new light!
In the last book, I found Asher to be amazing. I still liked him in this book, but not quite as much. I just felt like he and Rory weren’t a great couple. They were cute, but not amazing. I think one of the reasons for it was an old character that became a love interest in this book. I don’t want to mention who it is, but he was one of the best guys! I liked him so much more than Asher, mainly because I feel that he really helped push Rory to be stronger. This guy is so different than what I expected him to be based on his personality in the last book.
Rory is determined to find out more about her past in this book and stays with her grandpa along the way, someone who can’t stand protectors-which definitely made things interesting as Rory tried to keep her own secrets ;) She grew so much stronger in this book, and I loved her journey to becoming an independent, self reliant person. I think her character growth also contributed to me thinking that Asher wasn’t quite the right guy for her anymore. Her family is just as awesome as ever, though, and I liked how you got to see a realistic side to her relationship with her dad.
The plot is even more exciting than the last book and you find out a little more about Rory’s ancestry. I’m still extremely curious to see exactly how everything will tie up in the final book. This book definitely has it’s hilarious moments as well, especially concerning some events that result from the bonding.
Pushed was an awesome sequel! I’d highly recommend that anyone who hasn’t yet read this series start it. I’ve read some teasers for the final book which gives me hope for the guy I want Rory to end up with, too ;) I’m already counting down the days until Ignited releases. I’d give Pushed 5 out of 5 flowers.