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Review: From Now Until Infinity (Infinity #2) by Layne Harper

From Now Until Infinity coverTitle: From Now Until Infinity (Infinity #2)
Author: Layne Harper
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Book description:

Eight years have passed since Colin and Caroline “Charlie” ended their college romance. A chance meeting reunited them confirming that time had not diminished their love for each other. Now, they have to turn their passionate reunion into a legitimate and sustainable relationship. Charlie’s medical practice is in Houston. Colin is the starting quarterback for Dallas. Distance is not the only obstacle to their happiness. There’s Colin’s (maybe?) ex-girlfriend, entertainment reporter Sasha Stone who’s granted the first ever tell-all interview about Colin’s personal life. There’s Charlie’s father who is part owner of their medical practice and blames Colin for Charlie’s battle with an eating disorder. What about the demands of the media and Colin’s rabid fans? “From Now Until Infinity” continues the journey of Colin and Charlie that began, ended, and began again in “Falling Into Infinity.”

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Review:

OH HOT DAMN! This book was a GREAT sequel to Falling into Infinity. I’m even more excited to read the rest of this series, which will be a total of 4 books. It was sad and romantic, and empowering. It will make sense once you read the continuation of Colin and Caroline’s love story.

It’s been 8 years since they’ve seen each other. With heavy hearts, they left a love that was greater and more powerful than anything else…except their careers. Caroline’s dream was to become a doctor. She had her life planned out and was blindsided by Colin McKinney and his charm. From the moment he laid eyes on her, Colin was a goner. He instantly fell in love and knew that Caroline aka. Charlie would be his future. Colin loved football since he could remember but meeting her made him the happiest he’s ever been. Sadly, Caroline had her own demons to fight and after 8 years she’s grown into a smart, beautiful woman who can handle those tough situations much better. She isn’t running for the hills anymore. She’s ready to tackle her problems head on. *giggles* See what I did there. 😉

Much like the first book, there were times I wanted to just sit Caroline down and say, “Hey! This boy is madly in love with you! Give him A BREAK!” However, this book made me realize WHY Caroline had to give herself a little “me-time.” It’s not that she’s selfish or that she didn’t love Colin as much as he did her. She needed to become a woman. She needed to become the woman that was good enough for Colin, and he had to do the same for her. There were a couple moments that I shed a tear just thinking of all the things this couple went through and how they choose to say what they were feeling. OH MYYYY! The words were absolutely breathtaking! I couldn’t have loved this couple more. Colin McKinney is a true prince. He loves his girl and will do anything for her. Even risk his own booming career. AHH! Such a great story! Can’t wait for the next installment! 🙂

Definitely pick up this book! Even if it’s for the cover alone! Am I right or am I right? *fans self* 😉 Also, get your copy of Falling Into Infinity (Infinity #1) while it’s ON SALE NOW FOR $.99!! 🙂 ECKKK!

About Layne Harper:

Layne Harper is a mom, wife, book junkie, and sports fanatic. However, when the kids and husband are safely ensconced at school and work, she slips into her office with her three rescue dogs and writes until it’s time to drive carpool. Her children have no idea about her secret life (and they hopefully never will), and the dogs won’t tell. She’s always writing in her mind though and making notes on whatever is close by; envelopes, napkins, a kid’s homework…

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