Any KB Ritchie book is a combination of flawed and struggling yet - to use a description from the book - poignant protagonists, humour, passion & compassion, and deep bonds of familial and romantic love (neither diminishing the other). This combination is one that never fails to move me to the extent that I can say all their books are on my all-time favourites list. Infini is no different. It's been almost two weeks since I first read it, and I still can't stop thinking about Luka Kotova, Baylee Wright and their world.
Probably their world is a big reason for this. Krista and Becca write side characters like no other. Luka & Baylee are performers in a circus show in Las Vegas. Something complicated and difficult in their past has wrenched them apart. In the present, they struggle to stay away from each other. Because of what they still mean to each other, this is very painful. Luckily both have family in the show to support them - and sometimes to complicate things. Some of my favourite moments are between either of their protagonists engaging with their siblings - all kinds of love are important in these books. And all kinds of love cause all kinds of pain and conflict, making for a story that will put your heart through the wringer. But love is also a force for joy and kindness, which is why reading this book is such a fulfilling experience. All these characters feel like they really live, and their relationships do too.
- Paperback: 502 pages
- Publisher: K.B. Ritchie LLC (6 February 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1950165051
- ISBN-13: 978-1950165056
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.8 x 21.6 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 617 g
- Customer Reviews: 3 customer reviews