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  • Infinity's Embrace

  • Dark Planet Warriors Series, Book 6
  • Written by: Anna Carven
  • Narrated by: Jillian Macie
  • Length: 9 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Rescued from captivity by a group of rather intimidating Kordolians, Noa finds herself recovering at a strange facility in the middle of the desert. SynCorp's medical experiments have left her with an impossible ability she can't control, and nobody really seems to know how to help her. She's fragile and shattered, a mere shadow of her former self, and she has nowhere else to go.

She doesn't know what to make of the Kordolians, especially when she can't stop their thoughts from leaking into her mind. The silver-skinned warriors are both terrifying and protective, and when she encounters a dark, mysterious presence in the most unlikely of places, she realizes that at least one of them might possess abilities similar to her own.

The question is, does this intimidating being intend to help her, or harm her?

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Anna Carven (P)2018 Tantor

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Came for the Smut, Stayed for the Plot!

Loving this series! I'm appreciating how through this series Carven's writing gains depth and seems to improve somewhat. I am enjoying each new book, and will most likely read them all a number of times. Although a bit repetitive in terms of plot, they're a good balance of longing, desire and fulfilling steamy sexy-times, resulting in loving pair-bonding all within the sci-fi container; just what I was looking for. Knowing they're HEA allows me to roll with the climactic anxiety, which may be more of a young adult fiction trait, but during these globally weird times I've been appreciating the predictability. Enjoy!

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 2019-06-09

There’s a reason this series became so popular

Well done characters and storyline puts this in the top 3 of the series. No.1 being the first book Dark Planet Warriors; but this is neck and neck with Out of Darkness for 2nd place.
Noa is trying to recover from Syncorp’s experimental surgery that resulted in her becoming telepathic. She struggles to keep out the voices, when she finds herself connecting with the Kordolian’s secret prisoner.
Ashrael is a Silent One, an assassin sent by the Kordolian Queen. When he connects with Noe telepathically, General Akkadian uses her to try and break Ash’s bond with his Mistress. Akkadian has a special mission in mind for Ash - kill Queen Vionn to stop the Imperial from sending agents that might kidnap or kill his wife Abbey or daughter Ami.
The connection between Noe and Ash becomes much stronger than anyone could guess; and appears to be the final piece in Akkadian’s plans to topple the ruling class on Kythia.
Macie does a pretty good job of narration.
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  • Teresa
  • 2018-08-03

Noah & Ashrail.

I not sure what the deal with the numbering of the books, but they seem to be all out of order. I checked the authors page and Audible has it right but I feel like the books 4. Out of Darkness, 5. Forged in Shadow and 7. Electric Heat all happen before 2. Dark Planet Falling, 3 Into the Light, and 6. Infinity’s Embrace. Overall a good book, and I now look forward to Kale’s and Reanna story. Narrator is good, wish they had male reader for all the stories. I would have liked to have them both for the whole series.

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  • Auntie Mike
  • 2022-06-10

Outstanding

I loved this story ❤; Sadly, I can imagine it happening in today's world with a lot worse circumstances.

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  • T. Filarsky
  • 2022-01-03

The best story (and audio) in this series!

Of all the books in this series this is the one that I have re-read and re-listened to. The audio is beautifully done and compliments the story. The narrator did a great job in the individual voices and I honestly believe in this story of Ashreal and Noa that she too enjoyed it. The advantage of purchasing the audio is that it is yours to enjoy over and over again!

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  • Greg
  • 2021-10-09

Unique and Wonderful Sci Fi

I am Elderly and have experienced a lot of science
fiction. This is fantastic and so imaginative and uplifting. So we’ll done. This really is a winner please listen to this and give it the reviews it deserves.
Thank you Anna Carven for the great entertainment!

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  • E Ivet Q
  • 2021-10-01

Surprisingly even better

This series just keeps getting better with every new book. I haven't read one yet that has disappointed. I can't wait to read what comes next in the next book. The story is captivating and exciting.

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  • Auralee Jilek
  • 2021-05-14

love this book

the story is awesome, plot is great and the person who was talking gives detail to how people feel

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  • V from Kansas
  • 2021-03-24

🌻A bit different, from the others🌻

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas 🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

This chapter, of the series, is a bit more science fiction, than the previous books. The Hero is one of “the silent ones”, which are assassins with unique powers of the mind. The Heroine, is a survivor of an illegal scientific lab who caught and experimented with beings from many planets. They surgically altered the Heroine’s brain and gave her gifts similar to the silent ones.

In this book, there is a final engagement between the empire and all the planets they took over and the division one warriors that deserted the Empire, for a better life. Many wrongs are righted and a new mission to right the balance of the 9 sectors, has begun.

It will be interesting to see where the series goes, from here, and even though this book was a little different, it was definitely a credit worthy listen!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-09-06

interesting and different

I really enjoy this series and the side characters. it was an easy read .

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  • TA
  • 2020-07-08

Action Packed

This is my favorite book in this series so far; lots of action, intrigue, love, and lust. Made up for the other books that had long boring sections. Both of the main characters added interesting scenarios. Even though the narrator does a good job with the characters, adding a male narrator for male sections wouldn’t hurt, would only enhance performance. Hope the next book is this good!