Today I bring you the second in a New Adult romantic suspense series by Lisa Renee Jones.
Suffering from PTSD, unable to remember her past without having a blackout, Amy Bensen is again running. Overhearing a conversation between the one man she thinks she can trust, Liam, and his best friend; she reacts and runs from the only person who has protected her at this point.
In the first of this series, Lisa Renee Jones gave us a heroine with too many troubles, running from her past and into the arms of a wealthy man who wants nothing more than to care for her. This book starts with her hitchhiking and waitressing in out of the way areas, trying to remain hidden from Liam as much as from others seeking to harm her.
Little by little she is making headway and decisions: realizing that she may have to head back to the site of her old family home for answers. Pieces of memories are appearing to her, and with each new memory, pieces are starting to fall into place for her: even though it’s not making much sense.
This was a gripping sequel, as the reader is treated to an emotional ride; it is not difficult to understand Amy’s reluctance to trust in others, and refreshing to see her gain confidence in trusting in herself. Constantly on her mind is Liam, his words, his faith in her and above all his willingness to go to great lengths to protect her and care for her. This is NOT a standalone book, you can enjoy it without having read the first, but much of the emotional impact will be lost and feel disjointed without the input from the first. The connection between Amy and Liam is as integral to the story as breathing is to life: their chemistry is raw and sensual, and the emotional displays are so raw as to be uncomfortable for some: the hallmark of a good book in my view.
Title: Infinite Possibilities
Author: Lisa Renee Jones
Published by: Self-Published
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Secrets and lies.
They are everywhere: haunting her, tormenting her. In the midst of it all, he’d been her escape, her passion. The only person she’d trusted in six years. And then he’d made her doubt that trust, cutting her deeply.
But as she’d once told him, she was damaged, not broken. She is ready to fight and not just for survival.
She is fighting for the truth and she won’t stop until she has it, not even for…him.
A copy of this title was provided via Author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.