Secrets (Book 3 of the Empath Trilogy) [NOOK Book]

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Paris, everyone is together and forgets for one night about the looming threat of war between the races for a wedding. But no sooner are their vows exchanged than the newlyweds are called upon to serve the Court.

Stateside, an old photograph turns up with a member of the vampire's Court and several other men linked to an organization called Nightshade Holdings, LLC. More ...
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Secrets (Book 3 of the Empath Trilogy)

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Overview

Paris, everyone is together and forgets for one night about the looming threat of war between the races for a wedding. But no sooner are their vows exchanged than the newlyweds are called upon to serve the Court.

Stateside, an old photograph turns up with a member of the vampire's Court and several other men linked to an organization called Nightshade Holdings, LLC. More digging reveals how deep Nightshade's influence extends and just how deeply the Court itself is involved in the plot to start an interspecies war.

Love is found, old friends die and a greater enemy than any thought possible is revealed. It will take everything for the clan and the vampires to stop the war before it is too late.

If you liked this series, check out these other titles by HK Savage:
Life Blood (the sequel is due out by Christmas 2011)
Blood Bound
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Editorial Reviews

Paranormal Book Club - Tif Olson
Heather Savage is a ridiculously great writer. This woman knows how a plot should engage a reader perfectly. The story overall has been one of the best I have read.
One amazing thing about this book in particular was the way it ended. The ending could either wrap it all up or allow for another book. (I prefer the latter over the former.)
Young Adult and Teen Readers - Jodie O'Brien
Everyone should read this series!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012172068
  • Publisher: Staccato Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/20/2011
  • Series: Secrets (Book 3 of The Empath Trilogy) , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 456
  • Sales rank: 182,920
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

HK Savage is an avid writer in the frozen tundra where half of the year is best spent behind a computer. When she isn't writing she is riding her horse, practicing martial arts or wrangling any number of her animals or family members.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2013

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    Enjoyed series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2013

    Pretty decent read. Liked the series.

    Pretty decent read. Liked the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2013

    Much better

    Good to see the author fixed Claire's character in this 3rd book...I thought she was a bit too much wishy/washy in the 2nd book. With the way the book ended, I'm hoping there might be another book in the future, or maybe a few short stories to see how Troy's, Tonya's, and Stephen's lives/relationships end up.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2012

    Worst book in the series...

    This book was awful. I would have quit 50 pages in if I weren't so hooked on the characters. It got 2 stars because I liked the other 2 books so much.

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  • Posted July 11, 2011

    Great End to a Great Trilogy

    As Claire and James launch their relationship into a new chapter, with their family and friends blessing, duty interrupts the lengthy celebration. Claire remains relentless in proving her value to her new family, to the Court and to her husband. But her luck can't last forever, and soon her destiny is in the hands of those she loves. So fearless, Claire finds herself face to face with danger again and again, each finding a way to make her stronger. With her family growing suspicious and the discovery of deception by their allies, Secrets certainly lives up to its title.

    HK Savage continues to use some very creative ways to bring magic and the paranormal to this great story. The bond between Claire and James matures into a powerful tool that strengthens their love and presents them invaluable to their kind. Claire's persistence makes me want to scream "What are you thinking?", but then I find myself cheering her on and admiring her tenacity wishing I had an ounce of her bravery. I also really loved how the Author threw in real-life bits of playfulness of a happy couple. The wife playing matchmaker and the husband giving her 'the look'. I think many readers, young and old, can relate.

    Secrets concluded the trilogy on just the right note. You found rewarding amount of closure on many of the loved characters in the book, with only a few left to the imagination. It didn't end with a 'happily ever after' façade, when you know the next few hundred years are bound to bring along some drama. But you close with a "what's going to happen when...?" feeling I just love..

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  • Posted March 28, 2011

    Not a good ending.

    All of the action was during the middle. Would have loved to read more of Lucas. The magic calling thing Awesome.

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  • Posted February 25, 2011

    Not as good as the first two

    but still a great trilogy. i did not like the way it ended. but still worth reading

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