Candice and Jason Woodruff had everything going for them: a strong marriage, the family they’d dreamed of, and successful businesses. When they made their wedding vows, they promised to love each other through infinity and beyond…but Candice doesn’t remember making that vow. Candice doesn’t remember the last eighteen years. After a medical emergency, Candice awakens to find herself a married mother of four. She’s surrounded by a loving family of strangers, but Candice struggles to claim an identity while learning to be a wife and mother. Candice is no longer the same woman Jason fell in love with all those years ago. Can they learn to love each other in this new reality? Through Infinity is one woman’s journey as she rediscovers the love of her husband and children. But will that new found love be strong enough to carry them through infinity and beyond…
I don’t even know where to start with this review for this awesome book. All I want to do is, scream “go buy a copy of this great books, you will love it”
But I guess that really wouldn’t count as a review lol, so I will do my best to tell you what I thought of the book other than I LOVE IT.
I could never imagine waking up one day and the family I love are now strangers to me and the last 20 years are wiped form my memory.
This book follows Candice as she rediscovers herself, her kids, her husband and other family and friends. She is trying to remember herself and them, but that is not as easy.
It is a rather emotional roller-coaster as she gets to know her kids again but she soon must face that she also has to get to know her husband Jason again, which she at this point neither knows nor loves.
We learn early on that Candice is pretty funny, she has a great sense of humor and I think that is what helps the books balance so much. While it’s some sadness and hard work for Candice to relearn everything it is also funny. We see that her amnesia is not only affecting her but also her kids. Some deal with it better than others and she struggles not only to get to know them but also to understand what is bothering some of the kids so much.
Jason, he is just great and almost to prefect until later we see that even he is not the perfect guy in every situation that is thrown at them. I liked that , it just made me like him even more.
I really laughed at some of the stuff he did. While it was a little mean it was also funny and it made it even more realistic.
Overall, this is a great book. I laughed, I cried (quite a few times), I “awed” and “oohed”. This really is a make you feel good book and I highly recommend it if you like contemporary romance or even if you not and just looking for one of the “make you feel good” books. This is not just a romance it is about her getting to know herself, family and friends again.
A truly beautiful book.
I rate this book at 4 ½★, I wish it would have been longer but that is about the only complaint I have.
*I received a free ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!