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Infinite Devotion (Infinite Series #2)

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Maya continues to delve into her past lives after death, and strives to complete the tentative journey required to reunite with her loved ones in heaven.

She must relive and explore her former incarnations as the scandalous and misunderstood Lucrezia Borgia in Renaissance Italy; a young stowaway on the doomed Spanish Armada fleet; and the rebellious Irish Robin Hood, Count
ebook, 442 pages
Published February 10th 2012 by Rock Castle Publishing
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Yesenia Vargas
Overall a very good book! There were a few parts here and there that I had to plod through. Some of the Spain life for instance. But the plot always picks up, and it's exciting to see how the life will end because you know the character will eventually die. I loved the Pope life and the Irish Robin Hood life. One very emotionally charged. I wanted to cry. The other very funny!

I learned some things I didn't know about history as well, which is always fun. I think the author very accurately portr
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Once again I am not disappointed. I could not put this book down until I literally fell asleep while reading.

Although I know that none of Maya’s stories have a “happily ever after”, I am always saddened by the tragedy the main character has to endure to learn the lesson of that life.

As the title suggests, Maya has to learn devotion in this book and she lives four lives to accomplish this task. Its interesting to see who will fulfill the recurring roles in her
So, as I read the second book in the Infinite Series,I found myself AMAZED! I enjoyed this second book just as much as the first and so anxious for the third. My favorite life was during The Seventh Life Irish Robin Hood!
L.E.Water's has a way of drawing you in as you watch the main character evolve right before your eyes. You fight for him/her to reach where they need to be so he/she may finally be at the end of each their lives, so they may finally be able to see and be with family and friends
Maya continues to live her past lives.I was sucked into each story line. As the title suggests, Maya learns devotion in this book and she lives four lives. The lives posed increasing challenges. Compelling, intriguing characters in complex interrelationships make for compelling life stories.. The book has this charts after each story where you can see a correlation of who’s who. When the book is audible, those charts sound like Charlie Brown's teacher: "waaa-waaa, wahh-wahhh." So, I just skip o ...more
I liked this second book a lot, too, although it was more challenging reading, as the lives posed increasing challenges. Compelling, intriguing characters in complex interrelationships make for compelling life stories. Keep it up, L.E.!
Shannon Costello
A great read!! This book should definitely be put on your "to read" list!!
MaryJane Rings
i read the first book which was an interesting story of fictional depiction of reviewing past lives. I wondered where the author was going with this concept and read this second book. The only real example of why past lives should be reviewed according to this author, was to see how we accomplished certain aspects such as sacrifice and devotion to a higher cause. I felt these concepts could be realized without the long tedious stories that the author has written. i'm not sure at this time whethe ...more
can't wait for the next book
I reviewed the firstbook in this series a while back and all of the good things I said back then still apply to this second installment: the accuracy and detail, the independent stories that still connect together through their characters...

There was the same storytelling quality, and I think this time around I’ve managed to pinpoint why I felt it: each story arc spans very nearly the whole life of the main character, and while obviously we don’t go day by day and only the important events are
Kathleen L Donnelly
Excellent read

This second volume of three (so far), is a mesmerizing combination of several novellas. Each one has well defined people who, like celestial bodies, revolve around the central "soul"as it moves from life to life. Captivating stories that are sure to hold your interest, pass by quickly. Too soon, the book is finished and you are ready for the next. Fascinating!!
A good follow up to her previous title. I would have to recommend it to anyone who enjoyed the first in the series. Her stories are intriguing and because of the format, I find them unpredictable… anything can happen. So for the entire lifetime I find myself trying to guess and many times find myself surprised.

My only complaint is that it is difficult for us (me) to follow along tracking who is who in the stories from past lives. This is not due to lack of organization, it is because now there a
Fayfay Cline
This is the second in a wonderful series from a wonderful author. Worth every second you would spend reading it and a great addition to the series. Can't wait to read the next one!
An amazing second book to this series. I found I wasn't quite in the mood for the time-eras these lives were in, but that's my fault, not the author's. So it took me more than a day to get through this one, but it was still sooooo good.

If you're considering reading this series, I strongly recommend reading them in order. I know most people do...but I have a few friends who have no problem reading series and trilogies out of order...not really possible with this one. There's no opening sequence
This is a really good book! But it does not stand alone! You have to read them in order. Now on to the 3rd & last book in the series! :>)
This book takes up where Infinite Sacrifices left off. It is about the reincarnations of one soul and the lessons learned. I did not find this book as interesting or compelling as the first. This one also left off abruptly without coming to an end.
The one thing I do not like about ebooks is these novellas that do not end. The author puts out a segment of a manuscript while he is still writing the rest of it. This is a series that I think should have waited until he was completely finished befor
I'm enjoying this series.
Margaret Cochran
This book is as good as the first book. I'm anxious yo read the next book.
This installment wasn't as good as the first one. The writing was and stories drew me in but maybe some of the newness of looking for souls wore off. I definitely liked the stories better in the first book than in this one. I'm still planning on reading the third one... maybe just not right away however.
Marilyn Crane
Love this series

I have never had a book touch me the way these books have!! I will recommend this series to everyone e I know
It was fun to start to incorporate "famous lives" into the mix. I'm enjoying a walk through history with the protagonist(s). Looking forward to reading more of the series!
I enjoyed this book as well. I really liked the first book better but this one was very good too. Anticipating the next book...
Beth Francis williams
These books are AMAZING!!! I can not put them down. If you havent read these yet you must add them onto your to read list!
Excellent book, especially for those interested in reincarnation. Good writing style and attention to detail. Well researched.
I really like this series and can't wait until the next book 'Infinite Loss' comes out in ebook media (I hate killing trees).
As with the first one, instantly hooked. Could not put it down. Again, I loved going back in the different time periods.
Greg Gumkowski
I just finished the second book in the series - excellent!

I will purchase the last book to night!
This book was just as good as the first one! I am excited for the third book!
It was good, but I liked the first one more.
awesome book continuing the past life story
I'm hooked on this series, already started book 3
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