All the Light There Is: The Healing Edge - Book Three

All the Light There Is: The Healing Edge - Book Three

by Anise Eden


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All the Light There Is: The Healing Edge - Book Three by Anise Eden

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 at the chance.

But the idyllic Mercier Lodge is teeming with secrets. An aura reader and a telepath who work with Skeet reveal his unorthodox research methods, triggering the MacGregor Group’s suspicions. Then there’s the matter of a tragic death that occurred at the lodge over a year ago, and how it connects to unsolved mysteries from Cate’s past—mysteries she may not be ready to confront.

As they delve into Mercier’s unsavory history, Ben and Cate stick close together, trusting in their love for each other to keep them safe. But when a plot separates them, Cate must rely on the MacGregor Group’s paranormal abilities, some surprise allies, and her own determination to track Ben down and crack Mercier’s mysteries before the strange place claims any more victims.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781635761641
Publisher: Diversion Books
Publication date: 09/12/2017
Series: Healing Edge Series , #3
Pages: 290
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

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 occupied, eventually morphing into a passion for writing quirky stories filled with heart, humor, and imagination. Anise loves that through writing, she can live out any adventure she likes without the need for antivenom or antihistamines. Visit her online at

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All the Light There Is: The Healing Edge - Book Three 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Bobbi Wagner More than 1 year ago
All The Light There Is: The Healing Edge – Book Three by Anise Eden is the third book in her The Healing Edge series. I highly suggest you read the two previous books in this series so that you get the full effect of this story and the characters. This one picks up where the last one left off with Ben and Cate. The one thing that I enjoy about this author is her ability to pull me into the story right from the beginning and this story is no different. These characters in this book have been enjoyable since the first book we were introduced to them. Ben and Cate have been attracted to each other from the beginning and in this book we get to see them grow more together. In this book these two find themselves being invited to the Mercier Lodge by a co-worker of Cate's. They soon find themselves involved in an investigation that will reveal secrets and dangers that may just put them all in danger. Will they be able to solve this mystery before it takes someone's life? There is evil lurking that may test the groups talents but will she be able to put an end to this evil? They will take you on some paranormal twists and turns that will leave you sitting on the edge of your seat but yet not wanting to put this book down. Their story is so easy flowing and engaging that you will have to see what is lurking on the next page. They really do just have such chemistry together that you don't want to miss what happens to them next. The secondary characters are different but likable but they help make this story flow. I don't think this book would be the same without them. I highly recommend this book as I know you will want to see what happens to Ben and Cate in this book.
JanaT More than 1 year ago
All the Light There Is by Anise Eden is the conclusion of her Healing Edge trilogy and what a bang it ends with! You cannot read it as a standalone, it is part of the trilogy and you’d be so lost not having read the previous 2 books. It is sad to have come to the end of the journey we started a while ago but all good things come to an end. All the Light There Is continues where the previous story ended. Cad and Ben think that they are going on a vacation, a working vacation but still a vacation … could they be less wrong? Have they forgotten that they are on an adventure where paranormal mysteries pop up left and right and that their special skillset are needed to solve them? Cade and Ben cannot solve the mysteries alone so we will have the whole MacGregor Group gang along on the ride where we find out more about who Cate is, who is after them, where we learn what it takes to come out at the other end! It is a story full of mystery, romance and paranormal! It gets so twisted that you are no longer sure who you can trust and who not … The writer has taken a notch up and the way she gives us these heroes and the bad guys … oh man, she really knows how to spin a story! I love the how the different characters contribute to the story in their unique way and they are all needed to bring it home!
rockrchic923 More than 1 year ago
All the light there is is the third book in Eden’s The Healing Edge series, and it was such a treat to read this one. What was so great about this book is the suspense mixed with the romance, there was such a great blend brought to the table by Eden that I couldn’t get enough of this book. I am sad that I didn’t pick up this series sooner, as it was such a great overall book that I was on the edge of my seat throughout the entire thing. Book three focuses on Cate and Ben. The romance between these two was hot, and keep me wanting more. The investigation they get themselves into, attempting to uncover yet another mystery, kept me connected to this book wondering whodunit. Eden is a new to me author, but I have already picked up all three books in this series, and am keeping my eye on any other books that she comes out with. If you are looking for a great read that is guaranteed to keep you enthralled from the first page to the last than this is the book (and series) for you.
thereadingchick More than 1 year ago
This was, by far, my favorite book in the series. Cate and Ben’s love for each other was not physical, because of rules of celibacy during her training, which really put the focus on their emotions. As an Empath therapist, Cate has helped heal clients by creating portals which allows her to sift through their emotions. With Ben, the portal is shared and when open, their feelings are deeply felt. I have never run across these types of descriptions in a romance novel and really enjoyed how that gave the characters added depth and allowed the reader to share in that connection rather than be a voyeur in the bedroom. The other cast of characters in these novels are unusual and likeable. I’ve mentioned before that my mother is a hypnotherapist and some of the techniques described in these books were familiar to me, which made it fun to read. I think that even if you’ve never gone to a psychic for a reading , had Raiki, or your aura cleansed, you will enjoy all of these characters for their lively interaction with each other and their diversity. Cate and Ben’s love story is at the center of these books but the main attraction is the exploration of the psychic arts. Anise Edens talent lies in the intermingling of the two.
Fawnzy More than 1 year ago
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 More than 1 year ago
This is a very light paranormal suspense. It's well written and essentially everything is built around the character's 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 tension between Cate and Ben that we as readers never get to see or read to fruition. Cate is kind of a selfish character even though she's an empath, she constantly takes from Ben emotionally and other characters but doesn't seem to reciprocate. I was given an ARC for my honest opinion.