Fountain of Secrets (Relic Seekers Series #2)

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Kendall Morgan puts her sixth sense back to work in the second audiobook of the Relic Seekers series, divining the history and location of ancient relics. Her boss, gorgeous billionaire Nathan Larraby, sends her to Italy to safeguard a priceless treasure belonging to the Protettori, an ancient order of monks who guard four powerful relics. Nathan believes these may be the cure for his dark curse. He also sends brooding mercenary Jake Stone to watch Kendall’s back — although her ...

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Overview

Kendall Morgan puts her sixth sense back to work in the second audiobook of the Relic Seekers series, divining the history and location of ancient relics. Her boss, gorgeous billionaire Nathan Larraby, sends her to Italy to safeguard a priceless treasure belonging to the Protettori, an ancient order of monks who guard four powerful relics. Nathan believes these may be the cure for his dark curse. He also sends brooding mercenary Jake Stone to watch Kendall’s back — although her back isn’t all Jake has his eye on.

Nathan joins them, and all three tumble into a labyrinth of defenses created by the monks to protect their treasures, including the Fountain of Youth. They find themselves in England on the trail of the legendary King Arthur, who along with the Reaper, seems connected to the Protettori. Sparks fly and bonds are tested as Kendall and Nathan’s pasts are revealed and Jake’s becomes even more mysterious. The trio must stay one step ahead of the Reaper if they want to survive.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477808689
  • Publisher: AmazonEncore
  • Publication date: 9/10/2013
  • Series: Relic Seekers Series , #2
  • Pages: 342
  • Sales rank: 346,693
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2014

    This book is at the top of my list of favorites, and that is say

    This book is at the top of my list of favorites, and that is saying a lot. I didn't realize Fountain of secrets was the second book, now I will go back , read the first. I'm sure that will help with the characters and flow of the story. I can't wait for the next book!

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  • Posted December 13, 2013

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    ¿Fountain of Secrets¿ is the second book in The Relic Seekers se

    ‘Fountain of Secrets’ is the second book in The Relic Seekers series. Kendall, Nathan, and Jake are all back and ‘Fountain of Secrets’ picks up right where ‘Guardians of Stone’ left off with the Spear of Destiny found, but there are 3 other major relics which need to be found. Kendall and Jake must discover more about the ancient order, the Protettori, and the relics over which they’ve stood guard for ages. In addition, they’ve got to keep ahead of the Reaper who wants nothing more than to amass the relics to use their power for his own. I enjoyed learning more about the secrets hidden in the pasts of Nathan, Kendall, and Jake, as well as the different mystical relics. I felt ‘Fountain of Secrets’ was cohesive and flowed very well. Action, intrigue, romance, and the supernatural are well combined and I think this series has its feet under it! After the cliffhanger ending, I can’t wait to find out what happens next after ‘Fountain of Secrets'.

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  • Posted November 7, 2013

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    The characters and mysteries of the first Relic Seekers novel



    The characters and mysteries of the first Relic Seekers novel rush back onto the page in Anita Clenney’s Fountain of Secrets. Nathan’s struggling to hold his “change” at bay, while old Marco seems equally determined to keep his friends in the dark. Kendall’s still searching for her past and treasured memories of Adam. Meanwhile Jake’s still the fabulously handsome rake who threatens to steal her heart, unless she gives it to Nathan first. There’s a Spear of Destiny, retrieved in Guardians of Stone, a castle with hidden treasure, and now a Fountain of Youth that just might rescue Nathan. Oh, and Raphael’s on the loose. But it all holds together with just enough explanation to set the scene as the action level rises, even if you missed reading Guardians.

    Rapid-fire dialog keeps the story moving forward. Jake and Nathan search hidden tunnels and dance around their seeming affections for Kendall. Meanwhile Kendall’s exploring past and present—well, and possibly exploring Jake as well. Haunted by memories of Adam, she runs away from, or sometimes toward, her shadows. And she ends up in England, which is eminently satisfying for me, if a little surprising.

    Globe-trotting with a difference, relic-seeking with added paranormal threat and surprise, lots of humor, plenty of action, and enticing romance, Fountain of Secrets is like a feminine version of Indian Jones, and it’s fun.



    Dislcosure: The author kindly gave me a free ecopy.

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  • Posted October 2, 2013

    I am addicted to this series.  

    I am addicted to this series.  

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  • Posted September 24, 2013

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    I really enjoyed Anita Clenney's Fountain of Secrets. Kendall ha

    I really enjoyed Anita Clenney's Fountain of Secrets. Kendall has a sixth sense and uses it to find relics. This time she, Jake & Nathan are looking for the Fountain of Youth all the while trying to keep one step ahead of the villianous Reaper who is also hunting relics. Nathan is the mysterious billionaire funding the search. Jake is employed by Nathan to be Kendall's body guard and he truly does 'guard' her body in this book. I love the interaction between Jake & Kendall. Their romance grows gradually even though she has deep feelings for Nathan. The two men snipe at each other when they are together because they both are in love with Kendall and would do just about anything to keep her safe as they search for the relics. I'm not a big fan of Nathan, but I can't wait to find out what his "curse" is. Both Jake & Nathan are bossy & overbearing when it comes to Kendall's safety, but I wouldn't expect anything less from them where she is concerned. I can not wait for the next book in the series.

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