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Publisher's Summary

I've never been the normal girl. No matter how much I wanted to pretend I was.

I know why my mom moved us around every three months and acted like we were on the most-wanted list. We've been running from the man that should have protected us, a man that decided he wanted my mother to himself and all the power that came with her. A man that is probably my father.

Keeping me a secret from the Infinity community can't last much longer. I've already bonded with half of my Infinity. Our lives are changing, my powers are growing as is my acceptance of who I really am.

Though nothing is ever simple. One of our group is reluctant to take his place beside me. I don't know why he's pushing me away, but I won't be kept in the dark anymore. Not form my Infinity, not from anyone.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Albany Walker (P)2019 Tantor

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I am no impressed by this book.

This was very slow to unwind, which can be a good thing. But for the whole book I was listening and wondering what is going to happen, when is something epic going to happen, to the point where the book became predictable.
The party needed to be a bigger deal PERIOD. The way it was sold to her was underwhelming.
The intimacy bits were too long and what? nothing else happens after that. I know it's been a short time since things happen between the couple and to the end of the book, but two more intimacy scenes could have had transpired.

I mentioned that the book was predictable it was until the ending, that was satisfactory.

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  • ruth
  • 2019-11-02

Very dissappointed. 😡

I liked book 1 and 2 better. This book was a very slow burn book. I hate that the two guys in this book kiss and more into each other then the girl. Buy the book at your risk, but the money spent on this book was not worth it. Like i said very dissappointed

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2021-02-22

LOVE THE AUTHOR BUT DISAPPOINTED...

Was blown away by the author when I read Friends with the Monsters. Unfortunately, this series is lacking.. 3 books in and NOTHING has happened. Get too many details about things that don't really matter and nothing else.... Unhappy that I wasted money buying 3 books with no excitement, and so much potential for it... Hopefully the next one is better...

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-12-11

Loved the book

Love the audible version as well. Good world building, characters you can root for and enough mystery to keep you invested.

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  • Annie B-B
  • 2020-11-29

Decent Listen

Good story a little slow but it kept my attention! This series kept me trying to figure out the clues.

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  • Love to read
  • 2020-02-16

Wonderful Writer.

Another great book in the series. Albany makes you feel like you are a part of the book. Can not wait for the next.

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  • Scarz
  • 2019-12-05

Not as good

There was no story progression. School, home, and then they moved to their new home. All they had to do was communicate which would solve all their internal problems within their quad.