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About the Author
- File size : 2400 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 327 pages
- Publisher : Jo-Anne Joseph (September 27, 2017)
- Publication date : September 27, 2017
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B075ZRNJG1
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #917,296 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It was apparent from their first kiss when Leah was in high school that she and Leo belonged together. But life happens. Misunderstandings take place, fate intervenes, or the path leads away rather than towards. Life wasn’t easy while they were apart, but then Leo came back into Leah’s life during one of her lowest points. This time, nothing will keep them apart because their love is forever.
The advance copy I read of this book is my first by this author, and I can’t wait to read more from her. The heart, the authenticity and the depth of emotion grabbed me from the beginning and wouldn’t let go. The pages turned, the chapters flew by, and far too soon I was at the end of this touching, poignant story that left a deep mark on my heart. This book reminded me of elements from Kate Jacobs’ “The Friday Night Knitting Club” and is one that will move you, surprise you and stay with you long after the last page. Don’t miss this phenomenal book!
This is my first book by author Joseph and I absolutely loved it. It transitions from the past to present smoothly. Her characters are well defined, and her writing style is unique, filled with beautiful quotes. I think my favorite was "That is the thing about memories, it weaves its web into your consciousness and refuses to let go." Infinity is fun, romantic, and tear-inducing, so bring tissues.
Infinite love is love you really have no control over because it is beyond reason.
This story is about that type of love, in all variations This book takes you on an emotional roller coaster. It takes you up to the apex of love and then at times crashes you to the depths of hell.
Now you may think wow she didn’t like this book. No, I actually enjoyed it very much. I had to step back from it at times and ponder what I read cause it touched me due to the realism of feelings. See life is not one thing, it’s happy, sad, monotonous, awful at times, and can bring you life and feelings you never had before. One minute you’re going along just fine and the next you’re experiencing something in total contrast to that feeling it also works in the reverse. That is one of the ways to interpret the phrase, “Life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans.” This story pretty much wraps that phrase up in a great big bow and presents that package to you.
This book has plenty of angst, happy moments, intrigue, sweetness, and feels. The feels, so to speak, were never over the top. In fact they were more implied than in their description, never over the top graphic. When a book can give you that awww moment in the pit of your stomach or connect to that moment that’s a good thing.
There is a part of the story the author nailed. I don’t want to spoil it. However, any mother who wants their child (children) knows that there is infinite, eternal, all encompassing love no matter what the circumstances. It is for always, in other words, for infinity. You never lose that love no matter what the circumstances or how long you have with your children. This is a subject I am well versed in so it’s not just an opinion of what I think it would be like. I live it, like so many other mothers.
Infinite love can be beautiful, horrid, messy, gut wrenching at times, torrid, sweet and the worst and best feeling you ever experienced. Infinite love isn’t relegated to just men and women it can be anyone, family, friends, or species that touches your soul. This author was able to connect with this emotion on several levels in her book. The whole reason this book is titled “Infinity.”
I would’ve liked a little more detail at certain intervals of the book to fill in timelines but maybe that’s just cause I’m nosy. It didn’t hurt the story. The book moved along at a good pace.
This book can certainly be read as a standalone. However, I’m almost certain there will be another book coming.
So if your in the mood for an emotional challenge and have your soul touched as well as your heart read Infinity.