INFINITY: a New Adult Paranormal Romance Novel by TL Clarke

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Infinity discovers a dark secret from her past that rocks everything she knows to be true.

Infinity is a troubled 22-year-old superstar singer with the worst reputation for drugs and hard partying. Now, she is on the road to a comeback with her controversial tour. But everything about doing the concert feels wrong from missing employees, to anonymous threats to ruin her career. Things spiral further out of control as she wrestles control of her life and career from a relationship that crossed the fine line between love and obsession. She deals with a powerful corporation determined to kill her and everyone she loves.

Infinity knows too much, with no way out.

Now she must put her safety and trust in the hands of sexy, tattooed and delicious Torch Channing and Boulder Vigari, hired to keep her from getting killed. Boulder wants to make her his. He won’t stop until he claims her. Torch struggles with his primal need to possess her and his hatred of everything she represents.

Infinity is determined to protect her heart while dealing with the pressure of pulling off another successful tour without spiraling into another mental meltdown.

Author T.L. Clarke writes adult fiction as “Sedona Venez”

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I was a Children's Librarian for 8 years and worked in Administration for several more. I love blogging about books, information, and other library related topics. Most of my blogs are book reviews.

2 thoughts on “INFINITY: a New Adult Paranormal Romance Novel by TL Clarke”

  1. Sounds like a great book. What exactly is new adult? I’m guessing it is early 20’s? I think I’d like to read this one. Thanks so much for the great review and best of luck to Ms. Clarke!

    Paul R. Hewlett

    1. Yesterday was the launch party on Facebook that I agreed to attend via a GoodReads invitation. Though I agreed to promote the book a bit on my site, I haven’t yet read it. I bought the e-book just yesterday during the launch. I hope it is a good read, but I am concerned about the *mature* content that involves sex and language. Perhaps that is why it is for the New Adult (twenty-somethings) as opposed to the Young Adult (generally ages 12-18). After I have read the book, I will update this post with my review.

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