- File Size: 511 KB
- Print Length: 283 pages
- Publisher: Jewel E Ann (April 9, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 9, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BLM6MBR
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jewels writing always pulls me in because I want to see where story is going to go and this story had me glued to every word. This story will grip you emotionally, I could feel some of the characters pain, I could see the two sides of Swayze crossroads and I knew the predicament she was in. The decisions she has to make, what she has to go true to find her self, was hard to read and I cried for her and I felt her pain.
“You are unequivocally the greatest moment of my life.”
This book came to me at a very personal time in my life when I was trying to learn and figure who I want to be, so that may be why it was so profound to me. I think that anyone can take something away from this book. It may not affect you the same way but it will make you think about LOVE in a more complex way.
What Love really means to you.
What you do for Love and friendship.
I want a bucket too and a grocery store guy ❤️
I’m a prisoner to his touch, fighting to arch my back.
PS: One thing I really love about this book it that it was written from the perspective of the three characters.
It was very nice to see everyones thoughts specially Griffin’s. This gorgeous men stole my heart in this book!
The epilogue was...3>
Congratulations Jewel on yet another amazing read. Keep em in coming girl
Jewel did right by Nate, Griffin, and Swayze's story. She made it so each person involved got their happy ending. I know as a reader, you want all those loose ends to be tied up, and they were. In a very pretty, heartbreaking, piecing-you-back-together-again, package.
I love the books that Jewel writes, so starting Transcend was a no-brainer for me. But what I didn't bargain for, was how much it sucked me in. So much so, that I keep refreshing my kindle the night before Epoch's release because I. HAD. TO. KNOW. And boy, by the end. I knew.
I'm not going to give you a play by play or spoil this experience by hashing out what happened when. But I'm telling you right now, you need to read both Transcend and Epoch. You need to experience the feelings, the hope, and the struggles these characters go through to get where they're meant to be. (less)
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“A broken bone is nothing compared to a broken heart. One is a scratch. The other leaves a scar on your soul.”
One thing that Jewel E Ann cannot be called is cookie cutter and this duet is the perfect example of Jewel E Ann’s individual, clever, articulate mind. This duet was one of those that I couldn’t put down and I was so glad that I had the opportunity to read them both back to back, I don’t think I could have coped otherwise. These two books will have your mind running a mile a minute, really make you think what you believe in and what you don’t and with a little suspense thrown in for good measure there is a little of everything that will tickle everybody’s taste buds. Addictive reading that is for sure.
“For waking the dead.”
Jewel E Ann manages to evoke every single emotion within these two books. I had so many tears throughout different parts and that is kudos to the author, because she nailed those scenes. I felt for all these characters, I took them all into my heart and soul and when they bled, I did too. As I said above, this book will have you questioning so many things and if you don’t believe in the subject matter, maybe it will sway you in some way or another.
“I think a part of you will be mine to love in every life.”
I felt for our heroine, Swayze, throughout this book and I think the author did a fantastic job in conveying just how confused, frightened and intimidated she was. Swayze had a lot of hard choices to make and I felt she made the best out of a bad situation, no matter how tough on my emotions they were.
Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, male perfection and the kind of stuff all great book boyfriends are made of. Griffin with the patience of a saint, insanely loyal, protective and a machine between the sheets. When Griffin loved, he loved hard and was ALL IN. Never once did I question his love for Swayze, he wore his heart on his sleeve and his emotions were prevalent on every single page. I adored this character and I was rooting for him and Swayze throughout. You only find that kind of love once and these had to survive the bumps.
“You’re. Breaking. My. F***ing. Heart.”
Nate was a man that had the world on his shoulders and was stuck between a rock and a hard place. Recently widowed, every important woman in his life had left him and the only one he had left was a beautiful baby daughter, Morgan. The rapport between Swayze and Nate was that of best friends and while I badly wanted a happy ever after for him, it wasn’t with Swayze. The relationship that Swayze had with Morgan brought tears to my eyes and I was glad that these two met each other. Both giving each other answers they never knew they were searching for.
“I don’t touch what’s not mine. I have morals. I’m a professor. A father. I’m not a thief.”
Whether you believe in fate or not, this was a great story. I would like to think that we live many lives, as I do everyday with each book I read, and Jewel E Ann really brings home those endless possibilities. This was so much more than your average romance, this was a tragedy, it was uplifting, it had a little suspense and intrigue but most of all it had heart. I adored these two books and cannot recommend them highly enough, especially if you want to read something different.
“We don’t love with our brains, we love with our hearts. We love on instinct. Love is undefinable and resides in all of us. There are no requirements to love someone. Daisy was my first love. Jenna was my last love. Morgan is my forever love.”
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