Infinity Chronicles by Albany Walker

Infinity Chronicles Book One

Rating: 4 out of 5.

New town, new school. Same story. I’m Laura, I’ve spent most of my life crisscrossing the county yielding to the whims of my transient mother. We’ve never stayed in one place long enough to call it home, and I don’t have any hope of that changing.

I follow the rules; no drawing attention to myself, no friends, and especially no boys.

But my mom’s been keeping secrets, secrets so profound they threaten to turn my world upside down. I’ve always assumed her paranoia was a symptom of a mental illness, but as her secrets begin to unravel, I realize nothing is what it seems.

As my life careens out of control a group of guys from school promise to give me answers about who I really am. I’m afraid of what I might learn, but more afraid of what I could be giving up if I don’t listen.

Reverse Harem including MMFM

Infinity Chronicles Book Two

Rating: 4 out of 5.

’m learning to accept that my entire life has been a lie, and that with my mother’s disappearance there are mysteries I may never uncover. Not to mention, my abilities are manifesting and I’m just beginning to understand what being part of an Infinity really means.

As my relationship with each guy grows, so does the Infinity bond between us. Living with four moody guys—who give me butterflies with a simple look—can be slightly overwhelming. Still, I need answers, and moving forward is the only way to get them.

But there is a problem—each revelation provokes new questions, and secrets I may not be ready for are rising to the surface.

Slow Burn Reverse Harem MMFM

Infinity Chronicles Book Three

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I’ve never been the normal girl. No matter how much I wanted to pretend I was.

I know why my mom moved us around every three months and acted like we were on the most-wanted list. We’ve been running from the man that should have protected us, a man that decided he wanted my mother to himself and all the power that came with her. A man that is probably my father.

Keeping me a secret from the Infinity community can’t last much longer. I’ve already bonded with half of my Infinity. Our lives are changing, my powers are growing as is my acceptance of who I really am.

Though nothing is ever simple. One of our group is reluctant to take his place beside me. I don’t know why he’s pushing me away, but I won’t be kept in the dark anymore. Not form my Infinity, not from anyone.

Infinity Chronicles Book Four

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Turns out, I’m still in for a few surprises.

I may have found my mom, or rather she found me, but I still have questions only she can answer. Now, getting her to cooperate has presented new challenges. She’s still ruled by fear.

Hellbent on keeping my Infinity safe, we take a few chances. Chances, that might just backfire, but there’s noway I’m letting anyone control my future any longer. Determining what Leon is truly capable of is the only way to get rid of him. Forever.

Strength isn’t an issue, the bond with my Infinity is stronger than ever.

Now it’s our turn to hunt the hunter.

Reverse Harem MMFM with adult themes

My Review


You begin this story by meeting Laura, the new girl in school. I love that this starts with an ordinary human girl with almost a rags-to-riches vibe that you see throughout the series. This series went from young adult to new adult as the relationships shifted. The books initially have an intriguing plot as the author includes contemporary paranormal and a different take on supernatural abilities. As the books progress, the author adds more tropes to the characters and circumstances. I liked that we have a whole anti-hero, age gap, reverse harem, shifter thing going on, and supernatural abilities. I didn’t love the subplot that was solved anti-climatically. The book gets steamier as the series progress.

Infinity Chronicles Book One

The blurb of this book is very intriguing, and I can’t wait to dive into this. I don’t usually read reverse harem, but occasionally when written well, it is interesting enough to keep me engaged with the story. Laura is used to anonymity; she strives to be unnoticed in her new schools. Her mother is nomadic, constantly moving around. Laura seems quite adaptable at school but has to strive to do the status quo. My favorite part about this is figuring out what paranormal the characters are in the story.

Dante, Ollie, and Milo make an exciting grouping; this story is very YA. Life starts to mesh with the group as they slowly befriend each other. However, just as I begin to wonder when the paranormal will drop, the author throws in suspenseful moments that soon bring us to the truth. The thru drops, but what the heck is that? In all my paranormal reading, I’ve never heard of this and even had to look it up. It is nice that author includes some distinguished paranormal, so the concepts aren’t too far out there. The animal shifter and elemental are definitely understood in today’s fiction. The Shadow guy and the strength are a little newer in concept, and how she fits into this grouping as a synergist is a little more curious.

The way that Ares comes into this story is exciting, and his personality and status are the glue that holds this uncomfortable group of awkward teenagers together. Not all is perfection; this new talent has her discovering that she has a lot on her plate. I love that it doesn’t all go seamlessly. Ares becomes a more significant part of this story, introducing new tropes like the age gap, bad boy, and billionaire.

This book is a lot of teenage awkwardness as the truth is revealed gradually. By this book’s end, more needs to be resolved for Laura and her new Infinity or reverse harem on guys. Nothing truly steamy has happened, either. I’m still intrigued enough by the supernatural in this book to read further. But I would love some answers instead of so many things in the storyline left hanging.

Infinity Chronicles Book Two

The beginning of this book starts less awkward and more comfortable, with the Laura being more used to the Infinity. She still has a young adult innocence about her, even though this book does get a bit steamy.  

I’m glad that Laura has started moving away from this dirty secret and embracing her new position. She is more sure of herself in this book but still very innocent. Ares and Dante’s supernatural talents come more to light. Honestly, for someone who knew nothing about the paranormal, Laura handles the new aspect of her life very well.

This book gives us more answers about her past and infinities as more is discovered. Even the bonding is unique to this storyline. It does get a little hotter than ya in the first book, but this series reads more like a saga, with each book flowing one right after the other with no gaps in the storyline and the same characters. I love that the author leads toward new adult fiction. Still, the story focuses much more on Laura’s family drama than the actual bonding of the Infinity. Laura is still very innocent and new to this paranormal world. 

Infinity Chronicles Book Three

This book begins with Laura mastering her new paranormal abilities. She is extraordinary, not getting just one ability but instead being able to use her partner’s supernatural talents. Oh, we finally get some more steamy scenes, and I’m surprised by who bonds next and who seems to resist and why. I love the gentle way the author brought in the male-on-male action but still kept it very young adult. So far, all the steamy scenes are hot but very clean and not overly descriptive.

This book goes from steamy young adults to sizzling new adults very quickly. Things change quickly for them as they venture toward their newly found independence. We start to see a family structure Laura comes into her own finally. Milo is a bit more apprehensive than I expected, and I’m surprised by how the book goes and his fear of the infinity. This book seems like a dreamy paradise for this reverse harem group.

Laura has come a long way since book one, and I can’t wait to see what happens next. I’m shocked by the end of the story and love that she became a heroine. This book ends on a cliffhanger.

Infinity Chronicles Book Four

This book begins just about where the last one left off. Laura has finally decided not to live in fear and embrace her new life and men. This book is much steamier as the author fills the pages with more of the polyamorous relationship. I wouldn’t call it a reverse harem yet; they haven’t had a big group thing happen.

I like it when they go on the offensive instead of defending their problems. The problems get resolved much faster than I expected, and we go back to the working of this relationship and steamy scenes between her and between the guys, sometimes more the one at a time.

The way the main issues get resolved is very anti-climatic. I was very surprised the significant problems in the book were fixed so fast and easily. I must admit the steamy scenes in this book are borderline erotica with as often as you have then. Finally, you do get a taste of the reverse harem, but this book wasn’t as good as the others. It concludes okay, but it left something missing. This last book isn’t as memorable or engaging as the first three. Which is slightly disappointing.

If you want to read Infinity Chronicles by Albany Walker, you can find the complete series on Amazon. As well as the individual books.

If you enjoyed this story, you may also enjoy books with these tags and categories Supernatural, Highschool, and Human Mate Story.


Published by Tanya

I am an avid reader who loves amazing romance, fantasy, or paranormal books. I spend as many hours reading as I can and love to find a fantastic story,

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