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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Bonnie Rae Shelby is a superstar. She's rich. She's beautiful. She's impossibly famous. And Bonnie Rae Shelby wants to die.

Finn Clyde is a nobody. He's broken. He's brilliant. He's impossibly cynical. And all he wants is a chance at life.

One girl. One boy. An act of compassion. A bizarre set of circumstances. And a choice - turn your head and walk away, or reach out your hand and risk it all?

With that choice the clock starts ticking on a man with a past and a girl who can't face the future. With the world against them, two very different people take a journey that will not only change their lives but may cost them their lives as well.

©2014 Amy Harmon (P)2015 Tantor

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A COMPLEX, COMPELLING & BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY

On the surface Bonnie had everything - wealth, fame, beauty, a great voice and success but underneath it all she was broken, torn, devastated and alone. She had had enough and was about to end it all when out of the mist on top of a bridge came her salvation..... Clyde. He was handsome, a brilliant mathematician and a tattooed ex con whose story was just as sad and just as heartbreaking as Bonnie's and when he reached out to save her he unknowingly changed the course of both their destinies.

He was going on a road trip to Las Vegas for a job and Bonnie talked him into taking her with him and slowly they got to know each other, their secrets, their fears and their dreams and they both had a similar tragedy which haunted them. But Bonnie's Manager had put a kidnapping spin on Bonnie's disappearance which made their journey fraught with tension, drama and danger and, as the news story got twisted with rumours and lies, Bonnie and Clyde's journey became eerily similar to the story of the long dead outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. However, instead of doing harm wherever they went, they met people in desperate need of help and so they veered off their journey willing to give aid or assistance no matter the cost to themselves.

As the hours and adventure together grew so did their attraction, their self discovery, their closeness and their eventually beautiful love story blossomed but, like the infamous Bonnie and Clyde, they were headed for trouble but they raced against it and finally thought they'd won but lies, deceit, greed and manipulation tore the lovers apart in a brutal and humiliating way. Finally only faith in each other's love would give them the HEA ending they both deserved.

What a captivating love story this is as two loveable troubled characters found each other, held on, weathered the storm and eventually reaped the rewards. Tender, touching, poignant, heartbreaking and magical with poetic romantic words and brief non descriptive words of lovemaking.

Dual POV's. However, it was Tavia Gilbert's wonderful narration (and singing) that brought the whole story to life so you felt the despair, the joy, the fear, the happiness, the sincerity and the love that these two characters went through as the miles grew, the scenery changed and two half souls became one.

Worth a credit? If you're a romance lover you won't want to miss this breathtaking story that was definitely worth a credit.

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  • Joan
  • Milwaukie, Oregon, United States
  • 05-04-15

Sweet story

A very sweet love story of two people who have each suffered. They come together and each learn to trust and love again. No hot sex scenes, just a lot of growth, and sharing, and love.

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3 1/2 STARS!

I am really enjoying Amy Harmon's books. And Tavia Gilbert is an excellent narrator as well.

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This is a fantastic narration of a fantastic book!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes I would! I got this as a recommended read in my email from a member I follow. It sounded sooo good and the reviewer highly recommended it. As do I. This is one of those stories that may not have been so memorable, but via audio book the narration pushes it that little extra mile to make it well worth your time!

Which scene was your favorite?

The narrator had these just perfect scenes where she actually sings the lyrics to the songs, it does something to your heart where your practically riveted to your headphones. It is something you just have to experience. It makes the story. Even if the lyrics are a little ridiculous at times, the emotions tied into the songs the narrator puts in makes them magical.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The title pretty much says it all perfectly. This would actually be a pretty cool movie. It is real and gritty at times, but still has that whimsical romantic feeling throughout. It's characters and situations feel like real life. Like maybe it could somehow actually happen to you. Although it would be the weirdest, worst, and at the same time best week of your life. My only complaint is it was over too soon. I feel like the end was a very tiny bit rushed. And left me wanting a little more meat on the bones, so to speak. But still very much worth the read!

Any additional comments?

Like I said the narrator was just amazing. A Boston accent seems to me to possibly be the hardest accent to copy for a non-bostoner. She did a fairly decent job of it though IMHO. But I had the hardest time picturing what Fin looks like in my head. It wasn't till the end of the book we get that he looks like Thor. Well I know who Thor looks like! At which point I was a very happy girl. I kinda wished I knew that from point A, but now both you and I both know. So go listen and drool away at the awesomeness of Infinity!!!

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Can’t go wrong with Amy Harmon

I am absolutely loving every single Amy Harmon audio. These are some of the best narration I’ve ever listened to! I loved every moment of this story. I’m not typically a fan of “celebrity” stories - but I fell in love with Bonnie and her adorable personality. I definitely need a Clyde in my life too! Just amazing. I’m awestruck right now. Please do yourself a favor and check out this audio - along with every other single one by Amy Harmon!

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Best one yet!

This book was very good. It takes you through many emotions. A Great read!! Enjoy!

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Loved this Audiobook

I cannot imagine loving this as much in paper or on the screen. My imagination could not turn the words into songs -- the reader did a very good job at this. The opening of the book grabbed me; I listened straight through in only a couple days.

I always like to be warned about sexual scenes (why don't books have ratings like movies???). I would say the sexual scene and undertones throughout the book would give this book an R rating, not X. Skipping the scene would not detract from the book as a whole. I would not recommend this book for a young person or for any man who would be tempted to sin as a result of reading this book.

I like knowing very, very little about a book before reading it. If this is you, stop reading this review and just start your listen. I recommend the book.

I really enjoyed both main characters and their stories. I loved the math discussion and allusions. For example, the discussion of the Grand Hotel was a really interesting paradox that I had not heard before.

Amy impresses me. She knows enough math, enough hymns, enough about the music industry, and enough about the Bible to write this book. Impressive! I would not call this a Christian book. As a Christian, you would likely have a problem with Bonnie's thinking about relationships and sex; about Infinity's lack of belief; and thus, about their relationship in the context of this divide. In real life situations, this relationship would not likely last forever, though the book portrays it as such.


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sweet

This story was sweet and a fun ride. Narration was perfect. I really enjoyed the book. Not too heavy emotionally.

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Great Characters & Story Arcs

This book is like all Amy Harmon books, full of heart and fantastic story arcs.

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Amazing performance

I love this story but this performance is even more amazing. How she can go between a female “hillbilly twang” and a male Boston accent is beyond me. This performance made the story very real.

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  • 05-18-16

Usual brilliance from Amy Harmon

Beautiful story
Excellent singing!!!!
As usual I love the synchronicity of her stories, so well executed and researched I loved how this tied in with Bonny and Clyde's story; she involves the unexplained with such elegance. As characters go I loved the hobo William G.o.D.

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  • MeGaVoltZ
  • 06-12-16

Story with heart, enhanced by Beautiful narration.

Amy Harmon is truly an amazing story teller and this time she tells a story of loss, compassion, love and letting go. The story's got heart and even though the plot is simple I couldn't help but feeling mesmerised by the lyrical quality of her words and couldn't help but caring about the characters in the story.

The narration is absolutely superb. Tavia Gilbert does more than what she normally does - here she sings, and this she does so beautifully! The already heart-breakingly beautiful story is enhanced by her performance as a narrator. So yes, I'd highly recommend the audio book.