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The Third Circle (Arcane Society Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    Great as usual! You should check it out.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 25, 2011

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    Great Read

    Just finished The Third Circle by Amanda Quick (aka Jayne Ann Krentz/Jayne Castle), loved it. This is another of the Arcane series, and I'm kinda working backwards, it was so great to see what this one had to say. We meet the insane and cold Dr Basil Hulsey and learn of a different order than Nightshade. I had no idea who it started with or that the name had been at one time something different. I so enjoyed how we first meet Leona. In a historical period she's an extraordinary woman. Not just for her talent, but her courage and style. And Thad, strong, deadly, lonely. He's got a difficult talent too and so they call to one another in how they relate. They also seem to share the danger between them. We have family, friendship, humor, exotic drugs, a Jack the Ripper type killer, gender and talent bias, plus social bias, romantic tension, drama, murder plots, conspiracies, missing relatives, investment scams, twists, and overall a very tantalizing read. I read it nearly straight through, I hated to put it down. I also loved the background on the formation of Jones and Jones, their family history, and even the creation of Arcane Match! Didn't see that coming. Hahah. Thad and Leona's action packed love story fits right into this amazing series. I'm so thrilled I've nearly caught up with all the volumes now. I hope she continues because I'm happy to keep going as long as she does!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    THE THIRD CIRCLE is Amanda Quick at her mesmerizing best

    Dressed in men¿s formal attire, Leona Hewitt sneaks into Lord Delbridge¿s home while he hosts a party for his male friends and their courtesans. Leona works with the energy of crystal helping heal troubled souls she currently is seeking the Aurora Stone that belongs by rights to her family although it has been stolen periodically for its alleged power. When she finds the museum room, Leona sees a man looking at the body of a dead woman lying on the floor. Thaddeus Ware also looks for the Aurora Stone, which he intends to return to the Arcane Society as the gem is as much a healing tool as it is a deadly weapon.------------ Leona finds the stone but Thaddeus takes it triggering a poison that will drive him insane and eventually kill him. Leona saves his life by using her Aura Stone to heal the hypnotist. Delbridge plans to retrieve the stone because that is his entrance ticket to the THIRD CIRCLE of the Order of the Emerald Table, a cabal within the Arcane Society, a group dedicated to finding the Founder¿s formula that will enhance paranormal powers. His desire places Leona in danger because she is the only person who can safely use the Aurora Stone Thaddeus understands her value to the Third Circle and vows to keep her safe even if she rejects his protection.--------------- THE THIRD CIRCLE is Amanda Quick at her mesmerizing best with an enchanting historical romantic suspense that contains a rousing romp, an intriguing mystery, and a touch of the fantasy that come together nicely in a cleverly crafted story line. The quirky cast is fully developed with a couple of the support players seemingly capable of carrying out their own adventures. However, Leona owns this tale as she defies the rules of society to do what she believes is right.--------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2012

    Excellent

    She's fone it again. A excellently written book, that encompasses every emotion you csn think of. Very wrll written & captivating!

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  • Posted January 13, 2012

    highly recommend this series!

    Have always loved this author. This series is absolutely "paranormally great"!! Love them all so far!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2009

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    Great book and enjoyable read.

    I would also recommend Second Sight the first book in the Arcane Series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2008

    Great Read

    Very entertaining read. Keeped you wondering who was behind the conspiracy.

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