From Here to Eternity [NOOK Book]

Overview


Love never dies…but apparently Rachel has.

Waking up to her obituary in the news and no recollection of the past few weeks, Rachel turns to her husband, Nate. He is the inventor of CYANAs--vessels that look exactly like humans and can store a person’s memories…and maybe even the soul. But the answers Nate has are not the answers Rachel wants to hear.

When he arrives home, Rachel doesn’t recognize the man who claims to be her husband. But ...

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Overview


Love never dies…but apparently Rachel has.

Waking up to her obituary in the news and no recollection of the past few weeks, Rachel turns to her husband, Nate. He is the inventor of CYANAs--vessels that look exactly like humans and can store a person’s memories…and maybe even the soul. But the answers Nate has are not the answers Rachel wants to hear.

When he arrives home, Rachel doesn’t recognize the man who claims to be her husband. But there's something about him that tugs at her heartstrings, even as her distrust grows. Can Nate convince Rachel to fall in love with him all over again? Especially once she realizes what he’s done…and what it means for their future?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622660629
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/28/2013
  • Series: Entangled Ever After
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 61
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author


PAIGE CUCCARO is a multi-published author living in Ohio, where she spends her days as a wife, mother, avid reader, and obsessed writer. She loves writing everything fromlaugh-out-loud young adult stories to steamy hot romances with a twist of paranormal. Witches, demons, vampires, werewolves, and angels, if they can fall in love, Paige will tell you their story. You can find racier adult titles written by Paige under her pen name, Alison Paige.
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  • Posted January 3, 2014

    Excellent sci-fi short *Book source ~ Many thanks to Entangled

    Excellent sci-fi short

    *Book source ~ Many thanks to Entangled for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.

    Rachel Burns sees her obituary in the paper and immediately calls her husband, Nate. Getting his voicemail, she starts to leave a message only to get an incoming call from her husband’s phone. However, when she answers she doesn’t recognize his voice. This day is getting weirder and scarier as things don’t add up for Rachel. The man on the phone promises everything will be ok and he’ll be right home, but when he shows up Rachel doesn’t know who he is. She has gaps in her memory, the date is wrong, the home security doesn’t acknowledge her voice, she can’t open the front door to leave, the house is a mess and the man who says he is Dr. Nathaniel Burns is not familiar to her. Is Rachel losing her mind? Or has something else happened?

    Wow. This is an excellent sci-fi short. Even though it is a short story it feels a lot longer. It’s very well-written, the characters of Rachel and Nate are well-fleshed out, the moral situation they are in is a slippery slope and extremely tricky, not to mention dangerous.  I could feel Rachel’s confusion and fear as she tried to logically work through what Nate tells her. Then there’s Nate. Oh, boy. Nate’s dilemma is one that makes you think really hard, what would you do if you were in his shoes? And the twist? Didn’t see that coming and though it’s a bit far-fetched and quite the stretch, I let it go. If you like sci-fi I recommend picking this one up.

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  • Posted June 13, 2013

    I absolutely loved this book! It's a quick read but doesn't lac

    I absolutely loved this book! It's a quick read but doesn't lack substance. It's a fast moving, sexy, edge of your seat book! I hope to read more like this by Paige Cuccaro!

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  • Posted March 8, 2013

    From Here to Eternity This book was provided by NetGalley and E

    From Here to Eternity

    This book was provided by NetGalley and Entangled Publishing (Ever After) for an honest review.

    This short sci-fi romance was about a wife, Rachel, who discovers that she is not who or rather what she thought she was. As the revelations come fast and furious from her husband Nate, Rachel settles into an odd acquiescence about her “new” self and her new life. Nate gently and passionately shows his new and improved wife just how good their life can be if she only gives it a chance. But sadly, Nate isn’t the only one who wants Rachel. The couple is hounded by a persistent reporter who wants a sizzling story and a CIA agent who wants Rachel as parts. This story is about man, machine, and what truly makes us human.

    I was pleasantly surprised to discover that I really enjoyed this short story/novelette. Although there was not much back story regarding the time that they lived in the reader was able to quickly determine that the characters were living in Jetson like times — computer glasses, automated houses, etc. However, it wasn’t too futuristic where the reader could not connect and associate with the characters. I instantly liked Rachel and Nate and could feel their confusion, frustration, love, and passion.

    The story was well thought out and well done and an excellent introduction to Ms. Cuccaro’s writing style.

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  • Posted February 26, 2013

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    I'm not much of a sci-fi reader, but this had an interesting pre

    I'm not much of a sci-fi reader, but this had an interesting premise and I thought I'd give it a try.




    it's 2065 and Rachel wakes up to discover she's lost two weeks time and while she knows she's married to a man named Nate, she can't recall him or their life together. What she doesn't know is her husband is the creator of CYANA, cybernetic humanoids which can be uploaded with their human counterparts memories and emotions, living for a thousand years or more. She also doesn't know that she may not be what she thinks she is.




    I loved the premise, because it had an I-Robot type of spin to it. But I think this was a story that would have benefitted by being a bit longer. I enjoyed the chemistry between Nate and Rachel. The whole premise behind why Rachel lost two weeks and the emotional toll that took on Nate had me at the edge of my seat. But when it came to the nasty university dean and the CIA agent, I wanted more to the story that eventually brought closure to the story and our couples' HEA.

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