Infinite Devotion (Infinite Series #2)

Infinite Devotion (Infinite Series #2)

by L. E. Waters

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Overview

Maya continues to delve into her past lives after death, and strives to complete the tentative journey required to reunite with her loved ones in heaven.

She must relive and explore her former incarnations as the scandalous and misunderstood Lucrezia Borgia in Renaissance Italy; a young stowaway on the doomed Spanish Armada fleet; and the rebellious Irish Robin Hood, Count Redmond O'Hanlon.

Her companions prove truer while her enemies grow stronger as her bygone adventures spin forth. This time she must experience the trials of loyalty and endure the hardships that only supreme devotion brings.


Special Note: Infinite Devotion is not a standalone; side effects of reading the series out-of-order include headache, confusion, and though extremely rare, disinterest in continuing the series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015847222
Publisher: Rock Castle Publishing
Publication date: 02/14/2012
Series: Infinite Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 121,675
File size: 678 KB

About the Author

L.E. is the author of two novels of the Infinite Series–a reincarnation fantasy saga. She received her degree in Animal Behavior, which to her father’s prediction, she only uses to raise her two children and menagerie of animals. She loves so many things and now writing is the passion keeping her up at night and her excuse for not cleaning the house.

Besides referring herself in the third person, she is furiously writing the third book in the series, Infinite Loss. Hopefully, if all goes as planned, it will be out in early 2013.

Customer Reviews

Infinite Devotion: Second Book in the Infinite Series 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Openbooksociety_dot_com More than 1 year ago
Can't Wait To Read The Next Book In The Series!! Brought to you by OBS reviewer Angie Once again I am not disappointed. I could not put this book down until I literally fell asleep while reading. Although I know that none of Maya’s stories have a “happily ever after”, I am always saddened by the tragedy the main character has to endure to learn the lesson of that life. As the title suggests, Maya has to learn devotion in this book and she lives four lives to accomplish this task. Its interesting to see who will fulfill the recurring roles in her life. In her life as Luis, a young Spanish boy, he/she starts to have feelings of deja vu. Certain people and places seem familiar. She also seems to be getting better at understanding what she’s supposed to learn. In the first story Maya lives life as Italian Royalty. At first thought this sounds like the life of luxury, but the author, Waters, has certainly done her homework and I’m left heartbroken by all that this young woman must endure. It makes me more thankful for modern medicine and that I live in a time when I can be free to make my own choices. I honestly can say that this is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. It’s a series of short stories so there is a sense of closure in one respect, but because you know that they’re all connected you feel an overarching theme. Although there are clues in each story, at the end of each one there is a chart that shows who the characters were in each life. In the epilogue Maya begins to understand things a bit better and Zachariah explains that she will have all the answers later, but not now. He also lets her know that she’s not done…. So I’ll be waiting impatiently for book 3. (I hope it’s not titled Infinite Patience!) This Review and more at openbooksociety dot com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I started reading the first installment of this series, my first impression was that it was a bit rough around the edges. There are a few spelling and grammar errors here and there, and it's written in the historical present tense, which I always found to be annoying, particularly in a full length novel. However, once I got into the story, those minor flaws were easy to overlook. The storylines themselves are well thought out and researched, and quite engaging. Waters manages to tie the recurring characters throughout Maya's past lives together tidily, while still maintaining a fair degree of historical accuracy within each life. I do wish there were more interludes between each life with more explanations of the themes being explored in each lifetime, but regardless, this is a fun and interesting read, and I look forward to the next in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not stop reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy these books.I love being able to track the characters lives and finding out what type of connection they will have to each other in their new lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Written like the great storytellers of the past. Have purchased and read all in the course of one week. Love this!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book definitely lived up to the first. I'm about to go buy the third and start it immediately. I'm in love with series. These stories will stick with me for a long time. As all good stories should.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another fascinating look at a soul living various lives in different periods of history. Details seem well researched and believable
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not put the first and second books down and can't wait to read the third. I really like how the stories flow so smoothly and the historical times that are gone through in some form.
JustJoyce More than 1 year ago
This series of books is is one of the best I have read. The story line, the characters, and the authors writing will keep you wanting more. What a great idea the author had when he wrote these books! Waiting for book 4 of the series is going to be hard!
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AuntLissa More than 1 year ago
This was a very good book, and a super follow up from the first  book which was awesome as well!  I definitely would recommend both books!
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