Epoch (Transcend #2) by Jewel E. Ann

Epoch by Jewel E. Ann
Pages: 354
on April 9, 2018
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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.”

Also by this author: Jersey Six, Scarlet Stone, Transcend

“Who am I” ⭐️

“Who am I? A ghost? An unfinished life? A fractured soul?”

Oh. My. Goooood! Jewel E. Ann, are you trying to kill us, lady?

Ok, so Epoch – “E-p-o-c-h. It’s a memorable event or period in time.” it’s the final part of this duet, which indeed, it’s a memorable one. It will mess with your mind and make you question everything with thought you knew about life, afterlife and relations. I’m usually a “black or white” type of girl, but this book shows me there are a million shades of grey in between.

It picks up where Transcend left off and things progress painfully slow for the tons of questions a reader might have. There’s also a huge dynamic change in our characters’ relationships. It might infuriate you and make you pull your hair in frustration. I know i did. You might not love the heroine as much as in the first book.

“The truth hurts more than a thousand lies. Lies can be forgiven, but the truth holds no debts.”

Everything is complicated. You turn page after page waiting for the blurry picture you’ve been starring at to clear.
Once again I refuse to give you any specific details, because these books are an experience worth having. I can only emphasize the need for you to give it a try. To keep an open mind, prepare for a life altering journey and enjoy the mother of all emotional roller coasters out there.

Fall in love with the Grocery Store guy, the real book-boyfriend. Swoon, laugh and cry. Refrain from judging. Wait until you finish the whole story and only then give your verdict.

“I don’t want polite. I want hands in my hair, lips on my mouth, and the kind of grin that dissolves my panties.”

Take your time, but don’t forget you have to read this duet! It’s a must! It’s a necessity. You’ll regret it forever if you overlook it.