Redemption: Book III of the Arotas Trilogy [NOOK Book]


Roseline teeters on the brink of insanity.
A string of gruesome murders
A tremulous pact.
Lives hang in the balance.
Two deadly tasks.
An epic battle.
Redemption is coming…

Roseline Enescue has always ...
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Redemption: Book III of the Arotas Trilogy

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Roseline teeters on the brink of insanity.
A string of gruesome murders
A tremulous pact.
Lives hang in the balance.
Two deadly tasks.
An epic battle.
Redemption is coming…

Roseline Enescue has always been a warrior, the fiercest of her kind, but when she is stripped of her strength and left teetering on the edge of insanity, she is forced to rely on the one person she trusts the least.
As Fane and Nicolae fight to save Sadie’s life, they find themselves pulled into a tremulous truce between hunter and immortal when a string of gruesome murders break out.
The lines have been drawn and the battle preparations are under way, but only Gabriel can save them all…if he can survive the final two tasks.
The first battle may be over, but the war has only just begun. Redemption is coming…
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon Reader - Crissy Conner
Amy Miles has done it again in the 3rd book in the Arotas Trilogy. I have no idea how she gets us so involved with each character, this book is so complex, but you don't lose sight of the current drama switching to a different character to find out what they are dealing with. Some books it almost seems like a commercial interruption, but this flows so smoothly that each page you turn is another situation of what is happening to each character that we've invested ourselves in since Forbidden.
Amazon Reader - LeAnn Cavallaris
Amy Miles writing talent is plain to see in this amazing final book. Her way with words and descriptions makes it easy to fall into the world she has created, making it feel like the reader is right along side the characters. We feel, taste, and smell every detail and when it's all over, we feel slightly disoriented when we crash back into the real world.

I can't wait to read what she has in store. She's definitely made me a fan for life!
Sated Faery - J. McPhearson
Oh man, what a finish! I think it almost killed me! Rose & Gabriel are still just amazing, apart or together, and they really have some great friends who will follow them anywhere! I thought they had troubles before, but that was only the beginning. All hell breaks loose in this book! I feared for EVERYONES' survival at some point. There was non-stop action from beginning to end and many, many tears. My only complaint is that this ended the trilogy. I really need more!!
Reader - Pix Mama
OMG!!!! We were up, we were way down. I laughed, I cried, I screamed! Part of me feels like this can't be the last book, but I know it is. The action was continuous and the final battle was....well I don't have the right words for it right now. There were many losses and one I really didn't expect, part of the reason I wish there was more to come....sigh. It was an epic finale to an adventurous series.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148674146
  • Publisher: Amy Miles
  • Publication date: 8/30/2013
  • Series: Arotas Trilogy, #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 286
  • Sales rank: 40,777
  • File size: 1,007 KB

Meet the Author

Amy Miles lives with her husband and son in South Carolina. She's been a carbaholic since birth and is hopelessly addicted to frozen cokes.
Amy is the author of Forbidden, Reckoning, Redemption and Defiance Rising and is getting ready to release her first NA contemp romance, Captivate.
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    great book

    Just finished this book. I have had read the other two before this one. I have to say it was a really good book was very excited to read each one. Looking forward to any other books by this author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2013


    Your review took up the whole page............

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 30, 2013

    I loved and hated this last book. It was so emotional, I don't k

    I loved and hated this last book. It was so emotional, I don't know the last time I have cried so much and cried such deep gut wrenching
     tears. Right from the start I am horrified by what is happening to all of the characters I love, I could not believe what Malachi did to both
    Rose and Sadie. The heartbreak I could feel from Gabriel because of having to leave her through the authors words is heartwrenching.
    Then Gabriel meets Katia, the only thing I found interesting about this part is that Seneh is living in this shack with the human girl and
    she is one of many children Lucian created out of pain and lust. The things I had to read about in regards to where Lucian was holding
     Roseline and the things she had to endure at this mans hands was horrific, that is why this is not your traditional romantic vampire
    story. It is filled with many detailed scenes of what was done to the two monk friends of Gabriel's by the hands of Lucian's right hand
    man Malachi. Then later to read what the poison was doing to Rose's body made me so sad, I was so afraid she would be turned into
     this beast and never be herself again. What Rose did to Malachi was gross and could be very disturbing to certain people to read.
    The love Fane has for Rose is neverending and I was so happy that he found her even though he was devastated by what she had
    become. I was thrilled to death when Gabriel finally was reunited with his friends and anxious to be reunited with his love Rose. When
     he had to see what Lucian did to her, I was bawling so hard because his heart was shattered. It all clicked to me then, what he could
     do to save her and let's just say the reunion between the group of friends and her was beautiful. Once again I cried my eyes out when
     Rose was talking to Fane and with her touches making him understand that just because she loved Gabriel didn't mean see didn't
    love him just in a different way. I loved reading about Sadie and Nicolae and there on again off again romance. When the battle begins
     I was on the edge of my seat scared to death of who was going to die in this battle and what was Lucian going to do.
    There were many interesting creatures involved in this battle and it was neat how Amy's words made me feel like I could see this
     terrible battle between good and evil right before my eyes. I swear my heart stopped beating for like 2 seconds when something
    happens during this terrible battle that literally made me cry so hard that I couldn't catch my breath because sobbing so hard. Then
    finally it seems like things are finally going our way and what I had wanted all along could at least happen now but then boom, there
    he was Lucian and he had caught Gabriel off guard and was hurting him, I felt sick in my stomach at this point. I was amazed at what
     that special sword of Gabriel's could do to Lucian but unfortunately happiness occurred to soon and just as they were professing their
     love to each other and that their lives would be bonded to each other forever the worst thing possible happened and I have to say for
     the rest of that chapter, the next chapter, and through the Epilogue I could not stop bawling, I read the rest of this book through tear
    filled eyes that barely could focus as my body shook because of how hard I was crying. Wow this book encited many emotions in me
    and if I didn't know that Amy had a follow up book to further this story I would have been furious and so sad at how the book ended. All
    I want to say to end this review is make sure you read the Epilogue at the end of this book because it caused my tears to stop rolling
    down my cheek and it allowed for hope to seep into my heart and brain. Loved this series.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2014


    Lend me? Please

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2014

    Loved the series

    I absolutely loved this book. I just happened upon the first and couldn't stop myself!!!! Great work Amy

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    Posted December 6, 2013

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