Infinite Possibilities by Lisa Renee Jones

Title: Infinite Possibilities

Series: The Secret Life Of Amy Benson Book 2

Author: Lisa Renee Jones

Genre: Contemporary New Adult

Book Blurb:

***NC 17 for strong subject matter, language and sexual content***

Secrets and lies. They are everywhere: haunting her, tormenting her. In the midst of it all, he’d been her escape, her passion. The only person she’d trusted in six years. And then he’d made her doubt that trust, cutting her deeply. But as she’d once told him, she was damaged, not broken. She is ready to fight and not just for survival. She is fighting for the truth and she won’t stop until she has it, not even for…him.

Review:

Infinite Possibilities is not a standalone it picks up where book 1 Escaping Reality ends.

It’s a great story filled with romance and suspense. We find Amy Benson where we left her in Escaping Reality being tormented by lies and secrets. When she feels she can not live in this hell any longer she meets Liam the man who turns her life into a life full of passion but can Amy let her guard down and trust this person after six long years of doubt?

She felt the answer was yes and found her escape with Liam until the day he gave her reason to doubt the very thing she found difficult to give after six years her TRUST. Amy isn’t willing to go back to that hell again so she will find the truth no matter what she has to give up even if that means giving up Liam. Amy has been through so much but she refuses to be brought to her knees and now she will fight to find the truth she so deserves.

This story is a true definition of a survivor. It is intriguing, will keep you enthralled and you’ll keep turning until the last page has been read. Another great read by Lisa Renee Jones.

I give this book an A+.

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3 Comments

  1. patoct

    This one sounds like a really good read. And I like a very strong heroine.

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  2. Marcy Shuler

    I don’t really like the trend of books that can’t stand alone. It implies ‘cliff hanger’ to me and I dislike that. Thanks for the review.

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  3. Gmapeony

    I would prefer not to read a book that needs the support of previous books. But would never rule out those types of books; it depends on the story.

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