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All the Light There Is (The Healing Edge #3)

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Psychotherapist Cate Duncan is done with danger. Her whirlwind weeks of training at the MacGregor Group’s parapsychology clinic, while exhilarating, have also brought one crisis after another. So when their research colleague Skeet offers Cate and her boss-turned-boyfriend Ben some time away at his secluded hunting lodge, even though it’ll be a working vacation, they jump ...more
Paperback, 290 pages
Published September 12th 2017 by Diversion Publishing
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    Coral
    Aug 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
    ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley

    Plot: 4.5/5
    Characterisation: 3/5
    Prose: 3.5/5 (1st person POV, heroine's)
    How much I enjoyed it: 4/5

    In a world where psychics are finding their way to use their talents, its easy to envision evil forces trying to exploit these talents for their own use. Apart from the characters having psychic talents and the history of "kheir", the story is more of a romantic suspense than the usual paranormal romance. I did not have any trouble picking up the paranormal
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    Rosanna Leo
    Jun 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
    What a pleasure it was to read Anise Eden's All The Light There Is, indeed, the entire series. From book 1, I have been captivated by the story of Cate, a woman coming to terms with her paranormal powers. With book three, Ms. Eden sweeps us into a world where the bad guys have tremendous power and influence and where they seek to obtain control on a large scale. The group of psychic talents, led by hero Ben and his love Cate, know they must stop them even if it puts them in danger. At the same t ...more
    Mary Kazen *Rabid Readers Book Blog*
    What a great finale to a great series. If you have not read book 1 & 2 stop reading and go read them. This has been such a fun series. Book 3 is my favorite I think. Cate and Ben think they are taking a work vacation but the lodge is more. There is a connection to the lodge for Cate's family and there is so much more mystery. I really don't want to give away any details because what I enjoyed most about this book was how it kept surprising me. This book has everything I love: mystery, romanc ...more
    Deborah Kehoe
    Sep 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
    The Healing Edge Series is about Cate Duncan’s journey of self discovery, both with her empathic talent, her familial psychic talents, and her feelings for her new boyfriend Ben. All The Light There Is starts up where the previous novel leaves off, with Ben and Cate enjoying their new relationship while on a trip to Washington DC to show off her groups talents in an ancient power circle. This double kheir enhances each of their talents enabling them to extend their psychic reach. With this power ...more
    Fawn
    Sep 13, 2017 rated it liked it
    I had a bit of a difficult time enjoying the character of Cate. She is always needing to physically be touched by Ben. She is an empath who does not seem to show any empathy. She does not truly ever seem to contribute to the team in any way with her special powers. She is only there because of who her father was. Now the story and drama behind her father is what made the the book readable. Finding out the back ground, who the killer was, and why was the interesting part.
    Chelon
    Aug 23, 2017 rated it liked it
    Shelves: sci-fi, arc
    This is a very light paranormal suspense. It's well written and essentially everything is built around the characters connection to the paranormal. The author also does a good job of recapping some of the events from the previous books, so you don't feel lost. The suspense wasn't very suspenseful, you knew who the bad guys were and what they wanted. Sure there were some aspects that you didn't know but during the big reveal, they didn't matter or have any impact. There is a build up of sexual te ...more
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    Before becoming an award-winning author, ANISE EDEN wanted to be a wildlife photographer. Unfortunately, a strong aversion to large insects, poisonous snakes, and sharks—along with a cat allergy that might well extend to tigers—limited that career option. Also, Anise always roots for the gazelle, and we all know how that usually turns out. Fortunately, Anise’s voracious hunger for reading kept her ...more
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