Pulse by Judy J. Walters Review

Synopsis:

The world has no shortage of moral ambiguity, especially in the emergency room. Dr. Jackson is the emergency room physician who seems to have the big house, beautiful wife, and an impeccable reputation as one of the most respected emergency physicians in Dallas. As the author peels back the layers, Dr. Jackson’s life isn’t so perfect after all. Filled with unique twists, complex medical cases and personal issues, Pulse proves that there is always more to the story! Pulse is the first book in the Vital Signs Series. If you loved Netflix’s Queen’s Gambit, you’ll love this series.

My Thoughts:

When I was pregnant with my daughter in 2006, I discovered reruns of ER. I became engrossed in the series and watched it every morning. The emergency room setting is one that I really enjoy…there’s lots of action and plenty of drama. Pulse, by Judy G. Walters brought back those fun memories of spending time with Dr. Green, Dr. Ross, Carter, and all the other characters (I actually named my daughter Ella, which is the same name as Dr. Green’s daughter). Pulse follows Dr. Jackson…a very dedicated doctor with several issues in his personal life. Doctors always seem to live elusive lives so I always find it fun to see how they are human and make mistakes. The story was full of great snapshots from the ER…the reader meets several patients with interesting experiences.

Chess is also a big part of the story. I was never great at Chess, but reading so much about it made me want to dig my Chess board out of the game closet.

Overall, this was a very fun story to read with lots of surprises. I can’t wait to get my hands on the second book!

I received a copy of this book from the author to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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