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September Ends

Hunter  S. Jones Updated
 
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September Ends

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September Ends
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  • eBook
  • Paperback
Rated for Readers
Rated R (not suitable for those 17 and under)
Other Contributors
An Anonymous English Poet, BZ Hercules Editor, Robin Ludwig Design

Book Description

Sometimes when you believe it's the end, it's only the beginning.

*Winner of Best Independently Published Romance of the Year, eFestival of Words, August 2014.
*AMAZON # 1 Best Seller - Artistic Erotica, British Poetry, Contemporary Poetry & World Literature
*Goodreads Book Of The Month - Modern Good Reads, July 2014

A secret betrayal with no time for revenge. The mystery unravels to reveal the magic of love.
September Ends is contemporary fiction with romance, erotic and supernatural elements, bound together by poetry. It reveals the intricate web of passion and desire which entangles Liz Snow, Pete Hendrix and Jack O. Savage. The story is told through Liz Snow’s diary, Jack O. Savage’s poetry, and from letters sent across the Atlantic. Traveling throughout the lushness of a summertime in Tennessee and Georgia, September Ends journeys into the elegance of London’s West End and is finally settled in the countryside of Cornwall, England, a decade later.

September Ends is a story of sin, redemption, and salvation through love, because love happens when we least expect it.

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Amazon Best Sellers Rank: # Paid in Kindle Store

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Romance and Poetry at its Finest.
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"She goes out into the garden...There's a full moon. And another vision. She sinks to her knees on the lawn. Jack's words fill the sky, verse after verse. Only to crumble line by line until they are nothing more than a jumble of letters which then go their separate ways, back into the universe from whence they came." Love the phrasing used in this paragraph. September Ends is as well choreographed as it is well written. The characters of Liz, Pete and Jack are so real, you will feel that you know them, or that you have had a similar experience of love and loss. You will want to add this to your TBR list.
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Great read - poetic love
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Great read! This book will appeal to many romance readers who appreciate a good love and life story, a lovely book. It's a new literary art form that will take your breath away. The mixture of a contemporary romance novel told through letters with glimpses of the erotic, the paranormal, the humorous, and tragic. Highly recommended to anyone looking for a deeply moving love story. Gifted to me for an honest review.
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Great love story
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"September Ends" by Hunter S. Jones is a wonderful bittersweet love story, told in various writing styles and narratives. Diary entries, emails, chat transcribes and poems tell the story of Liz / Elizabeth and her love life. This patchwork of impressions and plot segments worked surprisingly well for me, even the poetry which is a genre I don't often enjoy. The initial diary entry and opening of the novel records the death of Liz's brother in a traffic accident and her subsequent depression. The scene was very emotional and moving and I found it hard to jump ten years ahead and let go of this powerful first strand of the plot. What follows is the email exchange between Liz and some business executive, interspersed with poems from a poets blog. There are also some erotic chat room transcribes but they are important for the character development and fit well into the novel. It took me a while to settle into this dual telling but I am glad I persevered for it all comes together beautifully. A stroy of love, loss and survival. The story ends another ten years later with a last diary entry and a last segment of spectator's narrative. September Ends is cleverly plotted and well written, it has a strong story, real emotions and excellent characters. The book is an emotional journey well worth your while.
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I discovered a very talented writer
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SEPTEMBER ENDS is a story of love and betrayal interwoven with great expertise through the written media. High emotions, a well-crafted plot, and palpable characters make this a memorable read. Glad I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review -- I discovered a very talented writer. 
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