Infinite Potential by Barbara Garren Review

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Infinite Potential


Kelsi always Knows when bad things are coming, but even she never thought she’d lose her husband at only twenty-three. Since he died, she’s been living her worst nightmare.

Her nights are filled with dreams of a Dark Haired Man, but her days are full of guilt, because the Man fills her with longing and confusion, promising to give her all she needs, all she wants, all she feared she’d never have again.
If only the dreams would stay in her head where they belong.

Kelsi starts seeing the Dark Haired Man in her waking life, shadowing her wherever she goes. And when her mysterious new neighbor, Aiden Hardt, knows about the Man in her dreams, Kelsi worries she can’t trust her own mind.

“He’s not what he seems.”

But even Aiden’s cryptic words don’t frighten her as much as the way she feels around him. Kelsi must sort through her emotions and figure out what’s real before she can ever hope to have a normal life again.

Barbara is a great writer. I started reading the book and couldn’t put it down. Kelsi and Aiden are characters that anyone would love reading about. They deal with an unusual situation that involves the both of them in very different ways. He’s come to terms with it and she is starting to. The situation puts their relationship in jeopardy.  I look forward to reading more of Barbara’s books. I would recommend this book for anyone who loves a romance mixed with a little bit of the paranormal. 

Author Bio

I’m a writer, a reader and a frequenter of the more charming sites in town, namely pubs.I call San Diego home these days, believe a well-rounded diet consists of coffee, scotch, chocolate, popcorn and Luna Bars – in that order – and have been accused of violating grammar and etiquette rules in at least seven countries. ​​My Muse is a Valkyrie named Prue, so look out.

Check out her site for more information: Barbara Garren

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