by Jeff Hayes

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Menthe is a French word pronounced Mont. It is a lovely aromatic herb complementing hot and cold beverages, and many foodstuffs. It enjoys a mysticism concerning its base oil and properties. This is a hardy plant which seeks to spread itself among us, in our gardens and beyond.

Concerning this novel, Menthe is a journey of directed encounters flowing in the moment of connection. Vignettes of detail unfold when opportunity presents itself. Rising to claim courage of awareness defines a traveler of life encounters. Menthe surrounds us, asking only of one to embrace a simple want: Claim yourself. Seek out others who follow a similar path of unburdened cultural distraction. Rally in the shared glow.

Topics of polyamory and philosophic discussions are explored in the practical. Personal ethics are thrown contrasted briefly against the morality dogma bleeding from cultural posturing.

Please be on notice. This book contains passages of deeply explicit, open encounters. Encounters known on occasion to blister the thin skin of the stubbornly prudish. Sensual detail is communicated in sexuality, at length and at leisure. Words here are not suitable to the religious encumbered, unless such folk are not so burdened.

Minors in thought, regardless of your age, the text contained within is not appropriate for you.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158823329
Publisher: Jeff Hayes
Publication date: 09/15/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jeff Hayes has been working for many years as a Software Engineering Consultant- not to be confused with his evil-twin, of no relation. Now located in Switzerland as an employee with a financial firm, he has found several hours free in his daily commute. Daydreaming out the carriage window on the green Swiss countryside, the idea came to him to consider the train commute as renting a public space office. Balancing the distraction of the fellow passengers with life within office space cube walls, thus began Jeff's side work realizing his thoughts into words.

Though many pets and a few horses have graced Jeff's life, he presently finds himself pet free, for the short term.

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