Infinite Possibilities : The Secret Life of Amy Bensen

  • by Lisa Renee Jones
  • Narrated by Charlotte Penfield
  • Series: The Secret Life of Amy Bensen
  • 7 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author Lisa Renee Jones, this second book in the sexy, suspenseful new The Secret Life of Amy Bensen series picks up Amy and Liam's story after the cliffhanger ending of Escaping Reality.
Overhearing her lover, Liam Stone, in an incriminating conversation, Amy Bensen flees, intending to disappear and start over with a new identity. But no matter how clever she is at covering her tracks, the billionaire's resources enable him to track her down. And if he could do that, so can the mysterious, murderous people she's been running from for six long years.
But Amy is done running now, determined to uncover why her family was killed and who is hunting her - and why. Liam vows he's there to protect her, but can she trust him? Every time she questions him, his explanations are so easy to believe - almost too easy, given the dark, edgy passion that burns between them.
If he's part of "them", he's a deadly danger to her. And if he's not, then she's a danger to him because he'll become a target along with her. Does love stand a chance?

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Customer Reviews

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Good story, a little slow at times

I enjoyed the read, it was just really slow in parts and it jumped around quite a bit.

The book started out great, lots of suspense. Who to trust, who not to trust, why are things different this time... but I found myself annoyed with Amy more than once. It was almost like she had multiple personalities. One minute she's a scared teenager, then next she's so stubborn she doesn't care if it gets her killed, and later in the day she's a dumb blonde that has no clue what's going on. It was a bit much.

I really liked the plot, though it drug on and on at times. There was a whole cast of characters and you never knew who to trust and Amy just jumped from person to person with blind faith like a lost puppy. I was disappointed in the bad guy, I was hoping for something more interesting instead of the obvious. There were some characters that just fell out of the story, but perhaps they are explained in the next book... It just didn't feel like much of an ending.
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- Kim D.

Wishy-Washy

The first book had me hooked. The characters are nicely developed as is the intrigue of the plot. This book, however, drags out to ad nauseum. Because of this I grow tired and frustrated with the heroine. I'm hoping, at this point, that Liam kicks her to the curb.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-07-2015
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio