Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Infinite Dolls

Title: Infinite Dolls

Author: Emalynne Wilder

Genre: Contemporary/New Adult Romance

Release Date: May 3, 2016


Born to be the best.

Head of his class.

No strings attached.

The third year of medical school is supposed to be the hardest, but Callum Trovatto

has no idea what he's about to face when Everly Anne Brighton stands between him

and a passing grade, shaking up his world with her secrets and digging into his dark



Trapped by her father's rules.

Longing for freedom.

Expected to die before her twenty-first birthday at the hands of a rare medical

condition, Everly Brighton begins to defy the carefully crafted routine her father

enforces to keep her alive, despite the fact that it could kill her.

INFINITE DOLLS is an emotionally charged love story about finding faith, coping

with loss and living in the preciousness of now.

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Words from my childhood stopped us at the front door.

How it begins is how it goes.

It was cracked and faded. Chipped and forgotten in so many ways. Everly traced the

letters with her finger. “Who wrote this?”

“Vandals. Damn vandals. You’d think in a nice area like this, we could avoid such

pointless crime.”

“Callum Andrew,” she warned.

I sighed. “My mother wrote it.”


“I don’t know. It’s just something she and my pop used to tell us as kids.”

“It kind of reminds me of something.” Everly turned to me. “One of my nurses gave

me a box of paper dolls for my birthday one year. Do you know what those are?”

“Yeah, my sister had them.”

She smiled. “I liked the idea of those dolls. You could just snap their lives on them,

and if they wanted something new, something different, you just chose something

else, and suddenly a little girl was a business woman or a cheerleader. I started to

think about life like that, how interchangeable we all are. When I first met Truscott,

he was about to have his millionth surgery. And all I could think as I watched him

was, if I could just snap off my heart and give it to him, he’d be all better. But it’s

never going to be that easy. I was born with hopelessness, and, chances are, Truscott

will die with the same hopeless feeling. His mother will endure that same hopeless


I tutted, jokingly. “You have too much doubt in my ability to steal your heart, Everly


“That,” she said, turning away, “is so very untrue. If anything, I believe too much in

your ability.”

“Good to hear, as I am one skilled man when it comes to stealing the hearts of pretty


“Oh, are you?” She laughed.

“No,” I replied. “Not really.”

“I do doubt that.”

We stared at the door for a moment.

Everly finally asked, “So, how do we begin, Callum Andrew?”

“Hmm,” I thought. “How about with our first day of freedom. We start with


“Freedom,” she echoed. “Freedom sounds like a dream.”

Author Info:

Emalynne Wilder is the voice of the Broken Hearted. The Forgotten. The Unheard.

Painfully shy in person. Unapologetic on paper. She's the girl listening to your dirt

from the corner of the room, as she plots turning tragedy into triumph.

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