Epoch by Jewel E. Ann
Series: The Transcend Duet #2
Also in this series: Transcend , Fortuity
Published by Self-published on April 9, 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Paranormal
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Some lives end unfinished, and some transcend time.
After a horrific incident, Swayze finds herself trapped between two lives. Patchy memories and fear for her own safety thrust her into a gut-wrenching journey to uncover the truth.
Will she let her dreams slip away to seek retribution and find the missing pieces to a puzzle that existed a lifetime ago?
“I’m not going to watch you self-destruct. I’m not going to watch you fall in love with another man.”
Or will she discover the only truth that matters?
Epoch pushes the boundaries of what we believe and what we know. It redefines fate and proves that the only thing separating the heart and the soul is an infinite timeline.
“I think a part of you will be mine to love in every life.”
An epic ending to this spellbinding romance, Epoch took me by surprise with its direction.
I was sure the story was going to go a certain way, but the ending was so not what I was expecting when I started this second part.
The intricate relationship between Swayze, Griffin and Nathan and baby Morgan just keeps getting more and more complicated.
Again, Griffin was the epitome of perfect book boyfriend. His feelings and complete devotion to Swayze broke my heart time and again when her quest for truth took her on an impossible path.
Nate was oh so tempting, and just another version of the perfect book boyfriend. The way he was with his little girl and his heartbreaking past had me holding my heart out to him.
Swayze finds herself in an impossible situation, trying to do the right thing not only for her own peace of mind but for the greater good. Trying to be fair to everyone involved but still listening to her heart became an impossibility. It was at this point where I again prayed to the gods that it would transform this story into a super hot committed MFM menage romance.
Although my prayers were not answered, I can’t say I was not satisfied with the way this story ended and while I loved the epilogue I wish we had gotten to see a little bit more of them in their togetherness bliss. I will say though, that last bit was awesome.
Epoch will take you in an angsty emotional ride. As heartbreaking as it was heartwarming I just couldn’t put it down. I loved everything about it as much as I hated having to witness everything that went on… and that’s just the way with a great writer: you get so immersed in their story you just can’t help yourself. You end up feeling every little thing along with the characters and love them for it.
Rating: 4.5 “I did not see that coming” Stars
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