‘Untitled’ Novel 2016 Synopsis

Jack shares his fiancée’s heart in more ways than he would care to admit…

Weeks following a horrific accident, Jack wakes on a hospital bed with his bride-to-be’s heart – Jeanie’s heart – pumping in his chest.

In death, Jeanie has saved Jack’s life…

What at first is a gift beyond comprehension, soon becomes a dark obsession for Jack. With every thump-thump of Jeanie’s heart, Jack is forever reminded that he owes his life to his dead lover.

Unable to find closure, Jack decides to stop his borrowed beating heart…

Until Jeanie’s best friend and Jack’s old enemy, Ruthy, tells Jack about an eccentric old character, Count Olenberg, in a German fairy-tale.

Count Olenberg, who lived on the side of a mountain in the Black Forest of Germany, was also a clock-maker and, according to the tale, was in possession of a very special clock. Instead of the clock turning its hands to the beat of the world; the world turns to the beat of the clock’s hands. It is a time-machine.

Apparently, Count Olenberg’s reclusive descendent is reputed to be still in possession of this very special clock.

In utter desperation, Jack and Ruthy travel to the Black Forest of Germany.

A therapeutic guilt-trip and a way to finally lay Jeanie’s memory to rest soon becomes a dilemma which Jack and Ruthy never saw coming…

They find themselves living a fairy-tale in a fairy-tale, where matters of the heart know no bounds.


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