Adrenaline-fueled adventure and epic romance mix seamlessly in the third installment of New York Times best-selling author Anita Clenney's Relic Seekers series.
Relic hunter and archaeology expert Kendall Morgan has a lot on her mind. After finding the Fountain of Youth - and discovering that Nathan, her handsome billionaire boss, might actually be her long-lost childhood love - she could really use some time to think. Except a two-thousand-year-old Protettori guardian has just teleported into her bathroom, desperate for help.
The Reaper, an ancient and sinister being consumed with finding the world's most powerful relics, is after the Holy Grail. Now Kendall must use her sixth sense to find it first. With both Nathan and her brooding bodyguard, Jake, by her side, Kendall sets out to find the lost chalice in a dangerous quest that will test her abilities, her heart, and everything she thought she knew.
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The story was not as compelling as the last two installments of the series. The conflict between the two male characters got very tiresome. the End left no doubt that there is another book, which I almost dread to read because it looks like the conflict between the two male characters will go on forever.
The author continues to build richness and texture in each book in this series that makes the 're-read' fun and even more entertaining. I know the overall story so it's interesting to go back to the beginning and listening to the series over again.
That is really difficult! I of course love Kendall as the heroin but each character holds their own. Anita has done a wonderful job creating two wonderful men for Kendall to 'love'. They work well together but I really enjoy most of the Characters, Marco and Ferguson, and of course Rafael! Heck I even enjoyed 'little' Art and his momma!
A search on Renee Raudman is how I found this series! she has an amazing talent for creating unique voice personalities for each character. I really love listen to her narrations and will continue to look for her books.
Yes this is a book that was hard to shut off at the end of my day. But it was also one that I looked forward to turning the book back on at the next opportunity.
My only struggle is having to wait for the next installment I'm looking forward to it already.
This is not a trilogy, it's an epic. And there needs to be a book 4, possibly even a book 5!
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