on March 26, 2018
Also by this author: Jersey Six, Scarlet Stone, Epoch
“In another life, she was my forever.”
An unexpected tragedy leaves Professor Nathaniel Hunt a widower alone with a newborn baby.
He hires a nanny. She’s young, but well-qualified, with a simple life, a crazy name obsession, and a boyfriend she met at the grocery store.
Over time, he discovers she knows things about him—things that happened before she was born—like a hidden scar on his head, his favorite pizza, and how he cheated on a high school Spanish test.
She speaks familiar words and shares haunting memories that take him back to over two decades earlier when he lost his best friend in a tragic accident.
“I’m afraid of what’s going to happen when you realize I’m not her.”
Transcend is a sexy, mind-bending journey that uncovers possibilities, challenges beliefs, and begets the age-old question: is there life after death?
I’ve read a few of my Goodreads friends’ reviews before I started the book myself. They were all shocked to the core, I didn’t understand why or what exactly happened that could shaken the readers so much. Well, let me just tell you this. I was 20-30% in when my heart was pounding, my mind scrambled and I couldn’t take it anymore, so I jumped to read the last chapter, but that was even more mind blowing, so I had to go on Amazon and bought myself a copy of Epoch (final part of this duet) and read the epilogue without any remorse! 🤷🏼♀️
“What is going on? I’m losing it. Cancer. It has to be cancer in my brain—or aliens.”
Now I get why I couldn’t find any answers in my friends’ reviews. The synopsis of this book is pretty straight forward and offers you everything. There’s simply nothing more one could reveal about it, without spoilers.
I’m confused, torn and overwhelmed. I thank my lucky stars for choosing to read it now, when #2 is already out there, because there’s no way I could have survived waiting for the final part to be published.
Here’s the thing. This duet is the definition of a must read.
Don’t think, don’t guess, don’t be sure you know what’s going on or what’s going to happen, don’t assume and don’t hesitate any longer. READ IT now! This is me begging you!
“And I certainly don’t know what I am to learn from this. But I am in love with the story of Nathaniel Hunt.”