I haven't read any of the other books in this series, but that hasn't affected my understanding and ability to follow the series. So this can be read as a standalone - but a standalone duet - because it ends in a cliffhanger, with book two due out next month.
I'm sure this book will hit close to home with some readers, as they would have partners who serve in the armed forces. That was one thing I immediately found with this book. Serving your country leaves a whole lot of unknowns for the future.
Once you get into this and get to know Ashton and Quinn, you really can't help but hope that things work out. Whilst Ashton is very independent, she has been hurt by Quinn, and I can totally understand her reluctance to let him back in. Her baby thing is not something I really connected with, but i'm sure others who have deeper desires than me, would connect with this part of the story.
Getting to know Quinn and his experiences better is quite interesting and I also loved all the secondary characters, who I'm sure are loved ones from the previous books, and I will definitely want to go back and read those at some point.
There were a couple of things in this that threw me for a loop, but the ending, given that it's a cliffhanger is the main one. I am really curious to know whats going to happen, particularly given that there's more than one issues we're left wondering about.
I enjoyed reading this, and I look forward to the second part of this duet!
Indefinite is the sixth title in the Salvation series. I’ve only read Beloved the first title in the series, but Indefinite can easily be read as a standalone as part of a duet. Ashton and Quinn’s story is intense, angsty and emotional, with elements of drama, intrigue and suspense.
Ashton is incredibly intelligent, driven and determined. She’s strong and sassy and not afraid to go after what she wants.
Quinn is dedicated driven and loyal. A former Navy SEAL, he’s an alpha to the core, and whilst protective and possessive, he will do anything to protect Ashton, including putting his own heart on the line.
I adored the banter this pair share, it’s witty, fun and flirty, but also quite antagonistic and argumentative and it’s generally a form of verbal foreplay. The chemistry this pair share is undeniable, intense and passionate.
Indefinite is an engaging and entertaining read with strong themes of family and friendship. I highly recommend this title if you love an emotional read and don’t mind a cliffhanger ending. If you don’t like a cliffhanger then I would suggest waiting for the release of Infinite that I will be eagerly awaiting.
Indefinite by Corinne Michaels is the first book in her brand new Indefinite Duet and the sixth book in the overall Salvation series. The story of Quinn and Ashton is a little heartbreaking. There is so much angst and back and forth between these two characters. They are so obviously in love with each other. As a reader we get the benefit of both their POV's, but individually they are clueless sometimes to what the other one is thinking, feeling, and going through. Ashton is a strong woman - she is adamant about not backing down - even when Quinn is so adamant about changing and loving her. The bare bones of the duet is a second chance romance (at least so far) but there's also an undercurrent of danger with Quinn's new job and run towards danger SEAL tendencies. This definitely ends on a hell of a cliffhanger so brace yourself. However, book two in the duet, Infinite, is expected to release on July 16, 2019 so it's not too far out. Enjoy!
I loved returning to this world, finally, Quinn and Ashton get their story! I really enjoy a good grovel and boy oh boy does this book give good grovel! The chemistry is off the charts and the bit of suspense and that cliffhanger have me absolutely itching for the next book!