September 23, 2018 2 min to read

Review: Infinite Blue by Natalina Reis

Category : Reviews

When a shifter and a human are bound by fate, neither man knows if their connection will be enough to save not only their growing love, but their lives.

Shahin Halcón has been taught that if and when he meets his soul mate, he’ll know immediately. Always the rebel, he doesn’t believe it until the day he crosses paths with Cai, a full-human.

Plagued by unsuccessful relationships and heartache, Cai Banes’s life is quiet and unexciting. When he meets young and wild Shahin, his life is turned upside down, and he’s not sure he likes it.

But neither can deny the powerful pull that draws them together.

Old secrets and ancient myths about cross-species relationships plague their romance and threaten to put their happiness and life at risk. Will their love for each other be strong enough to survive?

My Review:
Genre: Romance – M/M, Shifter (Hawk)
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: I don’t think so
POV: Shahin/Cal
Steam Level: Warm (sex scenes are Fade to Black)

Infinite Blue was a fun romance about opposites coming together to find love and trust. I liked that the author showed both acceptance but also reluctance of family accepting their sexuality. Shahin’s family both accepted his sexuality but also his mom wanted grand babies and was encouraging hm to have babies first and then follow his heart. Seems like that could be a common issue.

I also like the issues of interspecies dating and the family dynamics (both Cal’s and Shahin’s), the use of language/terminology (mate, hatchling, flock, etc) when Shahin refers to his family.

While I guessed some of the mystery aspects of this book it was quite fun overall. One thing that stood out was that Infinite Blue did not end where you think it would end, instead we got a few a more chapters of their love and relationship. Overall this book was quite fun and I’d read another by Natalina Reis (this is my first by her).

I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • Was it really stalking if he didn’t invade Cal’s privacy, never watching him withing walls? God, he hoped not, because that would brand him as a seriously creepy individual.
  • A cop of good coffee had always be his self-medications – nothing a good cup of java wouldn’t cure.
  • Coffee is a gateway drug for romance
  • Power is like wine – delicious and intoxicating.
  • You smell of promises and hope. Like home.

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