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Genesis by Bellamy Westbay - Guest Blogger Book Review

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When modern-day twists with the old texts from the creation of time, you find a story that leads a group of friends on a journey, one that will change their lives and possibly the world’s…

The unthinkable has occurred. The love of Alexander’s life was dying. Every moment pulled her away from him. Every second brought her closer to death. And he’d do anything to save her.

Even if that included treason.

Even if it included defying the God he’d sworn to obey.

In a race against time, Alexander set out on a new mission. To scour the multiverse for the three gatekeepers who blocked the way to the only cure.

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Genesis is the second installment of the Infinity Series by Bellamy Westbay. 
If you haven’t already, you may wish to start there because this review contains spoilers

Genesis hits the floor running as it picks up exactly where Revelations left off. You follow Gwen and Alex as they search for a cure for Gwen’s ailment. A search which transcends space and time. Will she open her heart and forgive Alex? Will Jasper jump in and steal her love? Who is the villain here? It’s a rollercoaster of emotions and lust, driven by one thing: the search for a cure. Action packed and chalk full of fantasy made reality, you’re left with nothing but questions at the end which only entices you to read Covenant, the final installation.

Author Bio
Bellamy Westbay is the author of The Infinity Series, a paranormal fantasy romance series with a unique take on the age-old tale of humans and angels falling in love. Bellamy served honorably in the United States military and is now one of the few women working in a highly competitive scientific field. Despite her demanding job, she’s a child at heart, loving roller coasters and loud music, but like any self-respecting introvert, her first love has always been reading. As a child, her favorite genre had been science fiction, but she’d happily read anything from fantasies, mysteries, to thrillers, even going so far as to stealing her older sister’s used college textbooks. It wasn’t until recently that she finally delved into romance and found her new love affair. She flew through the stories, submerging herself in the emotion and passion that had seemed so absent from the cold science she’d loved for so long. As she read, ideas began to swirl through her mind, creating stories that seamlessly combined her two conflicting loves into something uniquely beautiful. Suddenly, a writer was born…

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