Monday, January 4, 2016

Review: Infinite Harmony

Infinite Harmony Infinite Harmony by Tammy Blackwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you’ve read any of the books that take place in this world, you know that the character who is the best at being mysterious is Joshua. I was super-duper excited that we finally got into his brain (and his world) with this installment of the series.

Joshua, the Immortal, doesn’t like to share a lot about his supernatural abilities. Sure, he’s good with computers and has a lot of varied knowledge, but who wouldn’t if they lived forever? We get a little look at why he is so tight-lipped in the last book, but here we get the whole enchilada. It seems like an ordinary night when Joshua hunts down some chocolate in the lobby and meets Ada. Ada has lived in town all her life (which just so happens to be the same town that Scout grew up in). She isn’t quite sure what to do with someone who doesn’t know all her secrets but is happy to chat with Joshua. He even offers to accompany her on a trip to break up a rowdy party. As is the custom of all alpha pack members, being there appears to muck things up and leaves Ada in the hospital believing things that shouldn’t be real.

These two are definitely the right match of stubbornness, strength, and passion. While Ada knows her life has an expiration date, Joshua suffers from the exact opposite problem. It seems like these two are cursed to suffer the most out of all the couples until fate intervenes. This was a sweet story that somehow managed to spin a very old immortal hooking up with a teenager in a way that I could accept it as normal. These stories just keep surprising me.

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