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Monday, September 25, 2017

Book Review: All the Light There Is (The Healing Edge Book 3) by Anise Eden + giveaway

All the Light There Is (The Healing Edge Book 3)
by Anise Eden
September 12, 2017
Pages: 290
The highly anticipated finale to the Healing Edge series that began with All The Broken Places, recipient of the Paranormal Romance Guild’s 2016 Reviewer’s Choice Award

Psychotherapist Cate Duncan is done with danger. Her training at the MacGregor Group’s parapsychology clinic has brought one crisis after another. So when Skeet, her research colleague, offers Cate and her boss-turned-boyfriend Ben a working vacation at his secluded hunting lodge, they jump at the chance.

But the idyllic Mercier Lodge is teeming with secrets: Skeet’s unorthodox research methods, a tragic death that occurred at the lodge over a year ago, and its connection to Cate’s past.

As they delve into Mercier’s unsavory history, Ben and Cate stick close together, trusting in their love for each other to keep them safe. But when a scheme separates them, Cate must rely on the MacGregor Group’s paranormal abilities, some surprise allies, and her own determination to track Ben down and crack Mercier’s mysteries before the strange place claims any more victims.

The final book in The Healing Edge trilogy, All the Light There Is, finds Cate, Ben and the rest of the MacGregor Group at Mercier Lodge. Skeet invites the MacGregor Group to Mercier Lodge as a part vacation, part working week to discuss the team’s gifts and introduce them to part of Skeet’s team as well. Skeet wants to give Cate her inheritance from her father, who died over a year ago, and show her the beautiful lodge that her father was one-tenth owner in. Ben is overly concerned about letting Cate go to the lodge with all the mystery surrounding Skeet’s research and the possible implications in her father’s death.

This series is easy to read and touches on many of my favorites categories; paranormal abilities, romance and mystery. Cate recently joined the MacGregor group and is dating Ben, her boss. Ben is head over heels for Cate and has made it is life goal to protect her from harm, which Cate has a way of finding without even looking for it. Each member of the group represents a certain paranormal ability and their skills are needed to figure out what is really going on at the lodge.

Even though this is the last book in the trilogy I am hoping that Eden will continue the series as many authors are now doing by starting a new series that focuses on another aspect of the characters and their stories.

Review: All the Wounds in Shadow (The Healing Edge Book 2) 

Review: All the Broken Places (The Healing Edge Book 1)

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About the Author:
Anise Eden spends most of her time tucked away in her writing nook, imagining things that aren't there. On those rare occasions when she emerges from seclusion, Anise may be spotted in coffee shops, staring at her laptop screen and silently moving her lips as she reviews bits of dialogue. She may also be found standing in the middle of grocery store aisles, jotting down plot ideas on the back of her shopping list. Although Anise claims that she's the one in charge, the characters in her head do sometimes make her laugh out loud at inappropriate moments.

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1 comment:

  1. Sounds good! I'm always hunting for new PNR / UF series. :)