ULR Feature: The Last Encore by Julia Butler

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WHAT IF YOUR SOULMATE WAS THE ONE PERSON ON EARTH

YOU WERE FORBIDDEN TO LOVE?
thelastencore

When Katherine Konova, a radiant and talented Russian redhead, forsakes her figure skating medals for a career as a concert pianist, she falls for a charismatic but married conservatory professor in a life-changing relationship, which will haunt her for years to come. From a family of poor factory workers, Katherine rises far above her station in life and moves to the United States with her successful-though-controlling husband, yet knowing in her heart that her soul mate is still out there.

Meanwhile, Daniel Adler, a young German writer is enveloped by a deep sadness from which he cannot escape, sensing a dark secret in his family’s past. Searching for the love he has never known, he embarks on a journey to Los Angeles, obsessed with a red-haired beauty who disappeared after their brief and inexplicable encounter in an ominous forest.

An old actress, Lily Bernard, is tormented by guilt for some horrible act she’d been a part of in a distant past. A music appassionato, she finds a chance to atone for her sins when her path crosses Katherine’s.

The Last Encore is an erotic tale of unspeakable passion, a sophisticated, timeless-but-modern romance laced with mysterious interconnections of love, conspiracy, and fate.

 

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Book Review

“What a beautiful written romance! The author has done a marvelous job of writing something poignant, tasteful, erotic, thrilling, and magical all at once. The story of Katherine studying music and entering into a torrid relationship with her older married professor (though it doesn’t last) and eventually finding Daniel, is a whirlwind. The writing is clear and lush. Its like Julia Butler were composing with words, or painting with letters. The story was at times dark, mysterious, but always laced with a threat of hope throughout. I loved this story. What a work of art!”- Jamie

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