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  • Quinn and Ashton are everything!

    Oh man. This book is everything. Quinn and Ashton's story continues in Infinite and all I can say is prepare yourself for one wild, emotional ride! Everything about this book is amazing. You experience very real, honest, raw emotions. You feel it all from start to finish. I thought I was ready for Infinite as the massive cliffhanger in Indefinite, but I wasn't prepared for every single emotion I would feel reading the conclusion to their amazing story. It's taken me a week to put words together on how I felt about reading this book. I've come to the conclusion that Corrine Michaels is a wonder with words. The journey you go on with these two is so real and raw that you can't help but love them. I'm not really going to say much more because readers need to experience it for themselves. All I can is have tissues handy. I'm not one to cry in books, but you can't help it with this story.

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  • Best conclusion to a series ever!

    What a ride we went on to get the conclusion to the Salvation series. In typical Corinne fashion, we went on a roller coaster ride of emotions. We left off in Indefinite with a huge cliffhanger that left some people angry, while others were prepared, what’s a duet without a cliffhanger? We jump back into the book right where the other left off and the ride just beginnings. If you were watching my goodreads status updates as I progressed through the book you would have seen I spent a good chunk of the book yelling and screaming at Ashton. What a twit she is! I wanted to jump into the book and just shake her on several occasions. The first three quarters of the book were spent screaming at Ashton and crying ugly tears for everything that was going on. It’s amazing how invested we get with these characters, they feel like they are my friends, and I’m sad the story is over for good, there are no new characters to write stories about. I got about 80% through the book before I figured out how the book was going to end and my thoughts were correct! You read and fall in love with authors and their characters and you are able to pick up on what’s going to happen in the end. It doesn’t ruin the surprise in the end because you get to read how what you thought was going to happen play out and that’s always where the surprise is. I absolutely loved this book and it was a perfect way to end the end the Salvation series, even though my heart was ripped out of my chest several times while reading it. Another 5+ star read.

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  • Review: Salvation 7: Infinite

    nfinite by Corinne Michaels is the second book in her brand new Indefinite Duet and the seventh book in the overall Salvation series. The story of Quinn and Ashton is a Whole ton of heartbreaking. There was so much angst and back and forth between these two characters in the first book and then BAM that wicked cliffhanger. This books takes you away from the push and pull between Quinn and Ashton and instead opens you up to the heartbreak they are both experiencing. The utter devastation and the battle they both have to wage against the darkness that could swallow them. (Vague, I know, but for the sake of no spoilers). Their dynamic has changed completely and yet they are still the same two people they were - it's just buried below so much hurt, pain and loss that they're having a hard time finding it. Add in the utter betrayal of one they thought was a close friend... Well-written and well-paced this story is the ultimate in heartbreak and second chances and the exact reason Corinne Michaels is a must-read author for me. Enjoy!

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  • Pure Perfection

    I’m still trying to piece my thoughts together. When I finished Indefinite, I was itching for Infinite. I knew it was going to be EPIC on so many levels......and Ms. Michaels did not disappoint. The emotions that Ashton experienced hit so very close to home for me. I have to say bravo to Ms. Michaels for capturing and nailing every single heartbreaking emotion that Quinn and Ashton dealt with. Even though I was anxious to read Infinite, I’m sad that the Salvation Series is complete; but that’s what is so great about books, I can go back and re-read every single one of them again!!! Thank you Ms. Michaels for bringing all of these characters to “life”!

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  • My favorite book by Corinne Michaels!

    My favorite book by Corinne Michaels! And one of the best books I've ever read, that is for sure. This is the second book in Ashton and Quinn's duet. I was a wreck when I finished Indefinite, but somehow in a good way, and Infinite was able to put me back together, break me again, amend my heart and fill it. Even being partially right about my assumptions for what was happening, Corinne still managed to surprise me in such a higher way. With everything that happened and the mistery around Quinn, I was ready to be mad at "someone" and put all the blame on them, but then I was speechless, because it was way deeper that I expected. I can't say more than that, or I'll give spoiler, but it the answer to that question was so beautifully painful and profound. Only this author could make feel for someone I was supposed to hate. And what should I say about Quinn and Ashton? I thought I have favorites already about her books, but these two absolutely stole my heart, and I don't want it back. "I was always told that loving someone made you weak, and they were wrong, sweetheart. So wrong. I wasn't weak because of loving you, I was strong and determined, even when I felt beaten. You were what made me live" There were so many intense dialogues and discussions, and not only between them, but also involving the secondary characters, who were so fundamental to this story. I was hooked, breathless, aching the whole time. I watched the discussions come to life right in front of me, and the arguments were so strong, so right, I was rooting for everyone all at the same time. It was heart-wrenching, poignant, exquisite and I felt as if I had a full balloon inside my chest. "Don't pull away. I'll give you the breath you need to warm you. I'll do whatever it takes, just let me. Let me be your heart" My heart was filled with pain and sorrow and grief and hope and love. I wanted to hug Ashton and Quinn, I wanted to carry their burden. Their depression was so wonderfully and sensitively written, it was raw and real and I couldn't help but believe in it and feel it too. They faced such a hard way out of that painful fog. But can you blame them? "'I'm not strong enough' 'I'm strong enough for the both of us, Ashton. I won't let you fall apart'" Ashton and Quinn lived the unbearable. They had so many events to alter the course of their lives it wasn't even funny. Life is unpredictable and they had to learn that the hard way. "I'll give her the world if she'll give me her heart" After so many hits from life, they are both struglling having to learn how to live again from scratch. They are free falling in sorrow and depression, barely coping and hardly surviving. I guess you could say they had each other, but even that you couldn't say for sure. The pain was so deep and rooted it made it even harder to simply breathe. "The ground seems so far away, and I'm weightless, but before I have time to fear the fall, Quinn is right there to catch me" But the beautiful thing is that even with all their pain, they still had real love. They couldn't even love themselves, but they loved each other. They were consumed by grief and ache, but their hearts were still beating for one another, even against their will and better judgement. "I don't know how to stop loving you, Quinn. I don't know how to make my heart not beat for you. You're the only man I want in my life, and I can't bear the thought of not being with you" They were sorrow and fight. They were pain and love. They were grief and hope. They were each other's safe nest. They were past and future. They were inifinite. "I'm not going to give you the choice because there's nothing I won't do to make us work. I'll be the fight when you have none. I'll be the strength when you think there's nothing left. I'll love you enough when you can't love yourself (...) we're infinite" Their path was one of the hardest ones to go through. Their journey was full of bumps and stones. They had to learn how to jump the wholes, get up after a major fall, get help when needed, offer a hand even being broken. They also learned how to find love in the darkness, how to honor the past whilst embracing the future, how to let go of the pain without abandoning the memories. After all, they had the infinite to keep building their story and so many new memories to create. They'd got everything they needed and infinite time to enjoy it. "'Do you feel like you finally got everything you wanted?' 'I got that when I got you, this is more. So much more'"

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