Released: August 3rd, 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
"Throughout all my histories, I found no one I loved more than you...no one."
Those were some of Rhode''s last words to me. The last time he would pronounce his love. The last time I would see his face.
I really enjoyed this novel, after reading many mixed review's I finally decided to give it a try and I do not regret it one bit.
Infinite Days gives a new and intriguing look on vampires. The love of Lenah's life sacrifice's himself so Lenah can be transformed back into a human. His dying wish is that she lives her life to the fullest. She starts of with attending Wikham, the best boarding school money can buy. Lenah was an interesting vampire, as vicious as she was when she was a vampire, she was completely clueless as a human. She starts to feel things for the very time, emotions and touch; it's all completely different from what she felt when she was a vampire. Everything's new to her and it gives such a likable innocence. Even though we don't get to see Rhode as much except in flashback's from Lenah, I still loved him. He has loved Lenah since he first set eyes on her centuries ago and is willing to sacrifice himself so she could be happy. It's all so tragically beautiful. Justin and Lenah, oh, where do I begin? It was hilarious watching Lenah get all googly eyed when she first see's him. Justin wasn't my favorite character, he was such a player, flirting with Lenah when his girlfriend wasn't around. Still, they were cute and had some nice moments.
As a human, Lenah was completely different then she was as vampire, which was quite noticeable. As a vampire she took great pride in being the most cruel and powerful female, but as a human she was innocent and kind of different than the typical teen girls. It was fun to see her adjusting into her human like, but things don't always stay bright. Her coven is out on the look for her, they're coven leader. I was definitely not expecting the ending but I loved it. The cliffhanger is keeping me on my toes, and I cannot wait to get my hands on Stolen Nights, the sequel which is to be released in 2012. I totally recommend this novel.