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  • an enjoyable read

    nfinite Us is a fascinating story that beautifully depicts a love that transcends all time. Neighbors Nash and Willow are both seemingly different people and yet there is something between them, a sort of connection that tethers them together. Nash is a workaholic, numbers guy who suffers from insomnia while Willow is more of a free spirited girl with a bit of a hippie edge. After their first few encounters, they each experience dreams that depict relationships of times past. Or are these dreams? Infinite Us reveals three interracial romances that span over different time periods, which I found to be very interesting and were very well thought out by the author. In the beginning, I did struggle to get into this book as I had trouble connecting with Willow whereas I was able to easily relate to Nash. Still, the more I read, the more I found myself immersed in the book. The premise of this romance is unique and the author is brilliant with its execution. This is very different from her previous works and while it isn’t my favorite novel by her, I did enjoy this book. If you are looking for an original love story and keep an open mind, then you enjoy Infinite Us.

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  • Fascinating!!! 😍

    This was such a fascinating story. And very emotional (so make sure you have plenty of tissues available). There was so much depth, on so many different levels. This had a few different stories that were still in a way the same, and characters that were fascinating and different, yet alike. This was such a different kind of read, you’ll get completely engrossed in what’s going to happen next. You'll completely love it

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  • Wow!

    Wow! What a journey Eden takes you on with Willow and Nash. On the surface they are polar opposites. She sees auras and he is a science fact based guy. They live in the same building and they can't explain why, but are constantly drawn to each other. They also don't realize that they are having similar dreams, about people in the past that don't think they know but something keeps them dreaming. This is so full of twists and turns that cause both of them to face their pasts and question their futures. It's one of those books that sucks you in, and just when you think you have it all figured out...boom...new revelation! Loved it!!

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  • 3.5 Stars - Interesting

    The story line was okay and the character work was great. I had a hard time connecting to the characters. The story line was interesting and I was entertained throughout the book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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