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Infinite Us
     

Infinite Us

4.3 6
by Eden Butler
 

“Beautifully written, skillfully interwoven, a wonder of a tale. It's not often that I am truly impressed, but Eden Butler has blown me away.” New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Amy Harmon

“Infinite Us is a gripping story of the roots that define us, the hardships that test us, and the healing power of love

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“Beautifully written, skillfully interwoven, a wonder of a tale. It's not often that I am truly impressed, but Eden Butler has blown me away.” New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Amy Harmon

“Infinite Us is a gripping story of the roots that define us, the hardships that test us, and the healing power of love and acceptance. It's a testament to how far we've come and how very far we have to go.”  J.A. DeRouen, Bestselling Author of Low Over High

“Eden is a masterful storyteller who takes mere words and turns them into magic. She takes you on an intoxicating journey that refuses to let go. Infinite Us is an unforgettable story that'll leave you breathless.”  Cassie Graham, Bestselling Author of Who Needs Air

“Simultaneously commercial and literary, a thinking person's romance.” Christopher Ledbetter, author of Drawn from Evernight

“Butler shines again in this emotionally moving tale of love, despite life and its trials and tribulations. The writing is crisp, lyrical and the flat out FEELS between the characters leak from the pages straight into your heart. You WILL be moved.” Trish F. Leger, author of the Amber Druid Series.

Love is timeless…

Nash Nation loves zeroes and ones, over-sized monitors and late office hours. He’s too busy taking over the world to make time for relationships—that is, until his new neighbor Willow O’Bryant barges into his life, and now Nash can’t shake the feeling that this isn’t the first time she’s interrupted his world.

Then, the dreams start. And in the dreams—memories.

Memories of a girl named Sookie who couldn’t count on love or friendship, never mind forever. Memories of a library and a boy called Isaac and secrets made in private that destroyed his world.

The memories seem real, but who do they belong to?

When Nash and Willow discover the truth, life as they know it unravels.

The bridge between this life and the next is shored up by blood and bone and memory. Sometimes, that bridge leads to the place we’ve always wanted to be.
 

Product Details

BN ID:
2940154167595
Publisher:
Eden Butler
Publication date:
05/23/2017
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
182,136
File size:
746 KB

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Infinite Us 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
mathphilosopher 21 days ago
Eden Butler's "Infinite Us" is an amazing standalone tale. What a neat concept to have all of these reincarnations of the same love. It was so many stories in one. Lots of neat connections. It really makes you think about soulmates and forever love. Perhaps we all need to be a little less skeptical and a little more loving!
SarahGill 3 months ago
I'm a huge believer in past lives, second chances, and divine intervention. I believe souls have met before and some souls hold contracts from past lives. This story gave me so many feels. So much hope. So much to think about. As always, I'm in awe of Eden Butler and her storytelling. If you're new here and haven't read a book by this fabulous Author.. you need to understand that her books are meant to be savored and not devoured in one sitting. You must allow yourself to be transported to another world. Thanks for another fantastic read, Miss Eden.
khulseman 3 months ago
Sometimes you take a chance on a story that is far outside your carefully preconceived box of what romance should be that a synopsis perks your interest and says "Try me". I've read Eden Butler before and was throughly impressed with her writing voice. It is unique amongst romance authors as she concentrates on making the reader understand and grasp the characters emotions. Infinite Us does not attempt to immerse you in one singular story but three tales that are later revealed in their connection. If you love a second chance love, this is one story that has the most unique flair to date I've read. Which audience will this story appeal to? I have a lot of reader buddies who love the feels and want to be wrapped up in the words like a soft angora afghan. Ms. Butler's tale reminds me of those stories I see others speak to the lyricalness of the story. I think if you are a fan of Leylah Attar or Amy Harmon, this story will both intrigue and beguile you.
lskywlker 3 months ago
Everything I have read by Eden Butler always resonates with me after I finish it, and this book is no exception. Spanning time, this story is a beautiful romantic tale. I would definitely recommend this to my friends.
DannyJeffbooks 3 months ago
Infinite Us is an utterly charming read and Eden Butler delivered a really poignant and touching romance. It's a very clever book where we get three interconnected stories delivered through the main couple, Nash and Willow. Without going into the plot, it's an intricate slow building story told in quite a poetic manner. I found the story intriguing although the romance element between Nash and Willow didn't quite hit the mark for me. That being said, I did enjoy the originality of this book and would say it is one to definitely give a go.
mjlovestoread 3 months ago
I am over the moon for Infinite Us. A truly different kind of read, I was immediately intrigued by this unique story from the very start. The kind of book you need to savor ever so slowly as the author masterfully weaves together 3 stories of forbidden love. Two of them, although told mostly in dreams, feel as real as the love that is simmering between Willow and Nash. All interracial romances, giving the reader a deep look into how far we have come with respect to civil rights. But don't mistake this as a heavy read, because it's not. On the contrary: it's full of hope and joy and the most unexpected of connections. Willow and Nash meet unexpectedly, neighbors in a brownstone in Brooklyn and are immediately drawn to one another. No, this isn't instalove but something much deeper. Both have difficulty sleeping and when they dare to catch a few winks, their dreams are filled with desperate love between couples who shouldn't be together. People who feel familiar but are just out of reach. Their stories, one set in the 20's and one set in the 60's, are told through these dreams and at times both Nash and Willow feel as if it's all too real. They walk around trying to find reason, Nash as a scientist, knowing there is no such thing as coincidence or destiny per se. But Willow as the free spirited baker, knows better and this becomes a huge contention between the two of them. I was so transfixed by all 3 stories, so intricately woven by the author. I had to take breaks at times just to catch my breath and recap what just happened. You have to pay attention and sort through all the signs just like Willow and Nash did to conclude that maybe there is a reason for everything. A reason why some people go in one direction or another. That those before them lay the path to either happiness or self-destruction. Infinite Us is a book you must experience for yourself. It's beautifully written and extremely well-researched. I honestly didn't want it to end. I had sincere trepidation at the final outcome, wanting that HEA for everyone involved in Willow and Nash' lives, whether in the present or in the past. The epilogue was perfect and truly gave me extreme satisfaction. I hope you give this one a try. It is well worth your time. 5 big stars!