This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on August 15, 2018
There could not have been a better story to cap off the Carolina Beach series. I thought I loved the first book best, but Hale and Becca swept that one into the second place by bringing out all my feels. I expected, braced for it, and still found this pair touching and fun. They always say ‘the best for last’ for a reason. Infinite is that reason.
Infinite is the third book in the Carolina Beach series. It would work as a standalone, but I found it worked all the better when I encountered the characters in the earlier books and then got their own story in this one.
So, yes, Hale and Becca were introduced earlier. They were a case of bad timing earlier when they tried and failed to be together. Now, they’ve got a new chance when Hale got into trouble and needed his friends. Loved how this group came running and circled the wagons for him. I keep thinking this was the end book, but incidentally, I would love to see all the friends get their stories. Becca doesn’t let the past stand in her way of coming to a friend’s side when he needed her. I thought this was really big of her particularly when her own terrible past and family stuff came out. They were quite the pair. Their careers were successes, but their private lives were painful. I was so thrilled that they were giving it a second chance and had each other.
They were funny (I laughed so hard at times particularly when they were snarking at each other), sweet, hurting, and oh, let’s not forget hot together. They had so much to work through in their personal lives and issues from their horrid families (I’ve seen less dysfunctional stuff on a Sally Jesse Rafael show), but I loved seeing them trying to get past that stuff and trying to be together. I was fully engaged with this pair and lost myself in their story so that it was over before I even realized it.
All in all, I loved rooting for this pair and immersing in their romance and the broader circle of friends that make up this series. I can definitely recommend the book/series to those who want all the feels and the extra sparkle on their contemporary romances.
My thanks to the author’s assitant for the opportunity to read the book in exchange for an honest review.
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