Jake Barker, a young man approaching middle-age, has just returned from years of traveling around the world climbing mountains and living life on the edge. Now back to his familiar routines, Jake finds himself alone, thinking about the one love he cannot have. When he meets Natalie Sizemore, an attractive Psychology student, Jake finds himself attracted to her but Natalie is more interested in using Jake as a case study for a project. Jake agrees to be Natalie’s guinea pig and as he tells her about his life and past loves, Natalie finds herself drawn to this humorous and gentle man. When Natalie stumbles across Jake’s writing, she discovers a secret love for an anonymous person, only described as she and her. It seems that this love is impossible and will never come to fruition but Jake must learn to let go.
The Letters of the Unrequited, published by Dog Ear Publishing, is a novel about forbidden love and letting go of the past, told from a man’s point of view. Together, Nathalie and Jake take a journey that will take Jake back in time to three significant loves that had a profound effect on him. The novel also reflects on religion as Jake tries to find his way back to church, unsure of how he feels about the whole “God thing.” Action, mystery and philosophical debate all intertwine in this eclectic novel about Jake Barker and his life’s journey.
The Letters of the Unrequited
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-160844-256-0 212 pages $14.95 US
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