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I won't say it was a cliffhanger, but I just felt like the ending was rushed and uncomfortable.
They were both a bit flat and, honestly, not very likeable, which is an issue in a novel like The Infinite Moment of Us, which is very character driven.
I think readers are going to be savvy enough to recognize they don't want a relationship like the one Wren and Charlie have.
Before I go into immense detail over this book, I want to state that the main reason I read this book was because of it's BEAUTIFUL cover. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexis Hunt
I was sort of iffy on this book to begin with. The whole concept of two people from opposites sides of the track to to speak is really nothing new. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole @ Paperback Princess
Wren Gray cannot remember a time in her life where she did something simply because she want to, just because it would make her happy. Read more
I studied YA Lit in graduate school and this is the first title that EVER made me uncomfortable with it's depiction of sex. I've never felt so conservative in my life! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Edward Cyr
This book had an amazing plot and kept me reading more and more. I stayed up all hours of the night finishing this book. I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kelli Davis
So incredibly explicit... I've never read a YA book that mentioned a "cock" and how hard it got, or that had a girl touch herself and think about how wet she got. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bassgirl19