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Wednesday, May 29

Review: Infinity by Sedona Venez

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Title: Infinity

By: Sedona Venez

My Copy: Ebook from Netgalley

BookWhisperer Rating:

two books

Infinity discovers a dark secret from her past that rocks everything she knows to be true.
A troubled 22-year-old superstar singer, Infinity has a bad reputation for drugs and hard partying. Now, she is on the road to a comeback with her controversial tour. But everything about doing the concert feels wrong from missing employees, to anonymous threats about ruining her career. She is dealing with a powerful corporation that is determined to kill her and everyone she loves. She is also battling for control of her life and career from a relationship that crossed the fine line between love and obsession. Infinity knows too much, even though she doesn't realize it. Secrets have been kept and these secrets are powerful enough to destroy her and everyone she loves.
Now she must put her safety and trust in the hands of sexy, tattooed and delicious Torch Channing and Boulder Vigari, hired to keep her from getting killed. Boulder wants to make her his. He won't stop until he claims her. Torch struggles with his primal need to possess her and his hatred of everything she represents.
Infinity is determined to protect her heart while dealing with the pressure of pulling off another successful tour without spiraling into another mental meltdown.

our thoughtsI wanted to like this book so much… I had been eagerly anticipating getting this story started, and at the start I was really into Infinity and her story. As the story progressed the story seemed to fall off, and lose whatever momentum it had gained. Infinity’s character is witty and smart, but her character alone was not enough to carry the story through. The pace was so slow that I felt this story could have actually been told in half the pages, and it would have probably helped readers to like it just a little more. I am glad to be done, but sorry that I could not have had more positive things to say about it. I conclude to chalk this up as a book that wasn’t for us.

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