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Immortal Trust (The Curse of the Templars #3)

4.21 of 5 stars 4.21  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  24 reviews
Immortal Trust is the third book in Claire Ashgrove's exciting series about sexy Knights Templar and the modern women they will do anything to protect.

When archaeologist Chloe Broussard accepts the contract to lead a dig in Ornes, France, she has no idea she will uncover the Veil of Veronica. When she does, she discovers a danger far greater than the demonic presence stalk
ebook, 448 pages
Published March 26th 2013 by Tor Books
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This third installment has the same flaw of the previous ones: a tightly close-mouth heroine. It's becoming rather annoying!

OK, if you met a 900 years old highlander what would you do?

OK, he's HOT, but...

But, even Chloe has her own secrets that are as strange as those Lucan have. So she doesn't tell her secrets even when Lucand does tell his. I'm asking myself: WHY???
All the things happening around them and she doesn't tell???!!! WTF!!!!
And her secrets are nothing really, really strage (view sp
Paranormal Haven
The Templar Knights have fought back Azazel's creations for centuries and many knights have been lost to Azazel's darkness, but the prophecy has stated that a few select women who carry the blood line will be the salvation of the knights and save them from the darkness. Lucan's seraph has been located and confirmed by his scar she carries on her own body. Even though this should be the happiest time of his life Lucan has reservations about trusting another female. Lucan has been through a lot of ...more
It's no secret that Claire Ashgrove's Curse of the Templars is among my favorite paranormal romance series currently. From the first book, Immortal Hope, I was fortunate enough to review until now, this series is just getting better book by book as well as more addictive :) Maybe because those books are about Templar Knights, whose myth I find very hard to resist, maybe because the writing style is simply amazing, but the bottom line is, that Claire Ashgrove has created a world that I just love ...more
GENRE: Paranormal Romance
THEME: Romance, Demons, Angels

Totally loving this series so far, Immortal Trust is the 3rd book in the Curse of the Templars series and by far my favorite. Once again Ashgrove brings together two people who are destined for each other and the demons that want to destroy not only their happiness, but also take an important artifact of the Templar to Azazel. I feel after reading the second installment and now th
He Had Me at Good Morn, Or, The Ayes Have It

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Curse of the Templars (3)
by Claire Ashgrove
Mass Market Paperback & E-Book formats 448 pages
Tor/Macmilan (March 26, 2013)
Book sent by publisher unsolicited. No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions herein are my own except as noted.

When archaeologist Chloe Broussard accepts the contract to lead a dig in Ornes, France, she has no idea she will uncover the V
Immortal Trust is the third in the Curse of the Templars series by Claire Ashgrove and this instalment focuses on the Templar, Lucan of Seacourt. Lucan is on his way to meet his seraph, the fiesty archeologist Chloe who is about to to uncover the find of her career - the Veil of Veronica - a highly prized religious artifact. Despite the fact that the series is based on the Templars the story is largely told through Chloe's POV. Chloe believes that Lucan (and the other Templars) are representativ ...more
Romancing the Book
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ReThis book was awesome!

Ok – sure. When I first started reading it, the language of the hero (he’s got an almost medieval way of talking) caught me off guard and I was like “What the…?” I was ready to give up but clung to the hope that things would get better.

And things definitely got better!

You fall in love with these characters. Lucian is the classic Type A hero – tall, dark, sexy (unbelievable sexy) and protective. He knows what he wants and he lets no
Rachel at theJeepDiva
I love reading about gorgeous knights, sword fights, archaeology, archangels, castles and medieval times. This book has all of that, well, the whole series has all of that. I love it when an author can tie the past in with the present times without seeming like you are being taught a history lesson or jumping back and forth. The text flowed seamlessly throughout the book.

This series is about a centuries old struggle of good vs. evil as Azazel tries to take over the heavenly throne. All he has t
Crystal ♥ RBtWBC
Immortal Trust is the third book in a series that explores and evolves the myth of the Templars. It is a very involved series that builds with each book so I recommend reading each book in order. Azazel is gathering the Holy Relics to ascend to the heavenly throne and the Templar Knights must stop him, but with each fight a little piece of their soul is lost to the darkness. After hundreds of years of fighting, many Knights walk the line of good and evil and only one thing can save their soul. T ...more
Cary Frates
The Curse of the Templar is a great series, and Ms. Ashgrove does not let up the trend with book three, Immortal Trust. She unfailingly gives us yummy guys who are not too good to be true, strong and independent-to-a-fault women, the clash of swords, the clash of passion, and the ever-present threat of eternal danger. They all come together to create a mad swirl and a wild romp – absolutely wonderful. Each book ratchets up the tension, the urgency, and the need for a lasting solution. Having lef ...more
Review from Backchatting Books

Even though she doesn’t know it, archaeologist Chloe Broussard is about to unveil one of the holiest of holy objects, the Veil of Veronica. Templar Lucan of Seacourt is sent in to keep her and it safe from Azazel.

Lucan is in a bit of a quandary. On the one hand he has seen how happy his fellow Templars have become after meeting their seraphs and on the other he still finds it hard to put his trust in someone because his brother slaughtered his family centuries ago.
Rory O'Connor
Chloe is a hardworking archaeologist who has never been lucky in love. The last man she fell for stole her work and claimed it as his own – making his career and leaving her to pick up the pieces. So when she meet’s the church’s archaeologist, she is wary of his handsome face and charming manners. It doesn’t take long for Chloe to see Lucan’s sincerity, but with her brother warning her against him, will she ever give him a chance. And if she does, is he all that he seems?

Immortal Trust is a fabu
From the beginning, this series of books has enthralled me with its refreshing paranormal tales that blend the historical with the modern, offer a creative, darker twist on an immortal battle between angels and demons and present the readers with worthy heroes and their feisty heroines who battle their way to love.

Immortal Trust is the third book in the Curse of the Templars series. It shouldn't be read as a standalone. My summary and review will contain mild series spoilers just to warn you.

Reviewed at http://scorchingbookreviews.blogspot....

Really 4.5 Stars

Is this a series that you can read out of order? No, not really. The overall plot arc is quite complicated and I recommend that you start from the beginning. However, this is a series about Knights in modern day…. Why wouldn’t you read it?

Lucan of Seacourt has been ordered to go find his Seraph, Chloe, at her dig to uncover the Veil of Veronica, the veil said to have been used to wipe the face of a dying Jesus Christ. Yes reader
Star (The Bibliophilic Book Blog)
Chloe Broussard has long been afraid of the dark and the denizens who lurk there. She can feel the presence of demons ever since a dig in Egypt brought her to a mysterious carving. When she looked upon the carving, it brought her to the attention of Azazel. Now Chloe has been given the lead position on a dig in France where she, along with her crew and her brother, will make a fascinating discovery – The Veil of Veronica. The Veil of Veronica is said to be the cloth with which Saint Veronica wip ...more
Emi Lia
Immortal Trust is the third installment of the Curse of the Templars, I normally don't read series out of sequence, but it seems lately that's been happening. Lol
This was a fantastic read! Tho I definitely suggest reading the first two books, before you pick up this one. I wasn't totally out of the loop with everything, but I personally like to read all the books in a series in order, and I definitely recommend this series!
Chloe and Lucan both have some past dis-loyalties to overcome before th
When I first received this book, I was not sure if I would like it or not. Sure I enjoy finding new books and new authors to read but I still was not sure if it would be a book I would like. However within the first few pages I was hooked and could not put it down. It took me several months to actually devote myself to actually start it but when I did it did not take me long to read. I could not wait to finish it but I did not want it to end either. I have found a new author I am looking forward ...more
Enjoyable series. Hot Templar knights...with lots of big muscles.

This is the third book in the series. While I enjoyed it I have to say it's my least favorite out of the three...but still well done. I missed the action of the first two books. Also there was a little too much talking. But with that said I am looking forward to the next book when it comes out

The cover is very hot
Michelle Leah Olson
Another awesome Curse of the Templars installment from Claire Ashgrove!
I had almost forgotten just how much I enjoyed these books until I was immersed back in the world.
-Full review to come
Jen (Red Hot Books)
Review to come.

*ARC Provided by Tor Books
How can you NOT like Templar Knights? I love this series!
Robbie Flaherty
By far my favorite of the series!
4.5 Rating
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Claire Ashgrove has been writing since her early teens and maintained the hobby for twenty years before deciding to leap into the professional world. Her first contemporary novel, Seduction's Stakes, sold to The Wild Rose Press in 2008, where she continues to write steamy, sexy stories for the Champagne and Black Rose lines. Adding to these critically acclaimed contemporaries, Claire’s paranormal ...more
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