I am trying to find a way to arrange my thoughts so that they’ll make sense. But as soon as I finished it my thoughts were just a jumble of random words.
I feel as if something inside of me went missing as soon as I was finished with this story. Like this story isn’t done with me yet and I will be lost thinking about it for days and days.
Rarely such stories come around that permanently shift something inside of you and alters the way you see things. The Transcend Duet is one such story. I will carry this story in my heart for a long time and cherish it with everything I am.
All I want to do right now is talk about this book and sort out all of my feelings and then re-read it again because this story deserves to be read a hundred times.
Just take a day off and devour this story. You’ll not regret it at all but be prepared to be useless for the days to come.
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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.”