Every decision is an ending ... and a beginning
Broke and close to broken-hearted, Jess Donovan doesn't know what to do with her life. She's lost her job and she's discovered that the man she loves, the charismatic and elusive Tyler Smith, has a troubled past that's left him damaged...perhaps beyond repair. Unable to trust him or her feelings, when her long-lost father invites her to visit him a continent away, she leaps at the chance to get some perspective.
In dazzling New Zealand, her fortunes seem to be turning way, way up. She lands a lucrative gig in a tourism commercial, cast opposite Kaleb Te Anga, a guy who's Tyler's opposite in every way. When things heat up between them on-set, fake kisses turning to hot real kisses, Jess finds herself torn. Is this just a holiday hook-up, or something deeper? How can she feel so much for two different people, and how will she ever choose between them?
If she gets that chance ... because her indecisive heart might mean she'll lose them both.
You get some self discovery in Epic, you get to experience the transition of trying to come to terms with past and present but I wished there had been more feeling to all of it because it felt just a little numb.
There was a lot of angst and a lot of maturing but at the same time there was a disconnection I felt as a reader to the emotions that were taking place.
I still enjoyed the read but I would have liked to have really felt for Jess on a more personal level.
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