Fountain Of Secrets Kendall Morgan puts her sixth sense back to work in the second book of the Relic Seekers series divining the history and location of ancient relics Her boss the gorgeous billionaire Nathan Larraby

  • Title: Fountain Of Secrets
  • Author: Anita Clenney
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  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kendall Morgan puts her sixth sense back to work in the second book of the Relic Seekers series, divining the history and location of ancient relics Her boss, the 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 that Nathan believes may be the curKendall Morgan puts her sixth sense back to work in the second book of the Relic Seekers series, divining the history and location of ancient relics Her boss, the 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 that Nathan believes 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 mysteriously connected to the Protettori Sparks fly and bonds are tested as Kendall and Nathan s pasts are revealed and Jake s becomes of a mystery The trio must stay one step ahead of the Reaper if they want to survive.Fountain of Secrets twists and turns through the shadows of myth and reality as Kendall races to uncover the Protettori s secrets and fight her growing attraction to her boss and her bodyguard.

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    1. I am addicted to this series!!!! I cannot wait for book three. Anita can you write any faster? Pretty Please!!!! I really wanna know if either Jake or Nathan are Kendall's long lost best friend. Also, could all of them really be reincarnated?

    2. This book was a great addition to a series which I am beginning to love by a new favourite author; it’s always great when you find a series like this, completely different from anything you’ve read before with characters which draw you back to it time and time again and a storyline which is unlike anything you’ve read before. In short this is a series I’m quickly falling in love with and I’m only glad I’ve had the time to read them in quick succession. The main character much like th [...]

    3. Excitement and adventure around every corner and I mean every corner!! I absolutely love this book and the characters. They seem to come to life and jump off the pages. Great writing Anita! Thanks. Now on to the Lost Chalice to find out how it all ends!!!!

    4. This is the second book in The Relic Seekers series. I loved it!Kendall Morgan is a wonderful character. However, I sometimes wanted to shake some sense into her. She works for a billionaire as a relic finder. She has a special gift that allows her to track down, as well as know things about, the artifacts she procures for her boss. When her boss, Nathan Larraby, hires her to locate four powerful relics, little does she realise the danger she will face. Not just from Nathan's reclusive nemesis k [...]

    5. Set in modern timeslic hunters. If u like knights of the round table, secret societies, riddles and a luv triangle this could be your book. this one was better than the first though I'd read both. The first gives u the needed background. Audio was quite good. overall 4.5 stars.

    6. I really enjoyed this story. Kendall, Jake, and Nathan embark on another fast paced adventure. I couldn't put it down. Another winner by Anita Clenney. Can't wait for #3!!!!!!

    7. This book / series had so much potential. The plot was quite good and the characters too. Unfortunately there was no sort of worldbuilding (why does Kendall have powers? Why does no one else? What genre even is this?). I finished the first book but the second one lost me at the set up way of how the three of them spend sleeping a night (next to) each other. Unfortunately it went downhill from there romance wise and the plot couldn't pull it back out.

    8. My MusingsWow! These books are an adult Harry Potter adventure series. I am thoroughly enjoying them. I can't wait to read the next one in this series. Happy ☺reading 📚!

    9. This book just like the first in the relic seeker series is good and a fun read. There are parts that I find disjointed and other parts where there is a ton of action, but no real resolution. I am interested to see where these books go, but I just wish each book at a bit more of a real ending then just a to be continued

    10. Little action or character development plus cliffhangerI've been trying to pinpoint exactly what bothers me about this second installment of the Relic Seekers. The first one had its flaws but nothing really outstanding or bothersome, which is why I decided to move onto the this one.Of course with these kinds of novels, suspension of disbelief is a necessity. However in Fountain of Secrets, that suspension was stretched so far it snapped. **SPOILER remarks ahead**If you ever saw the film National [...]

    11. GENRE: RomanceTHEME: Paranormal, MysteryRECEIVED: AuthorBLOG: seeingnight/REVIEW: Continuing right where the first in The Relic Seekers series left off, Clenney once again hooks me into a world full of secrets, mysteries, romance and humor. I loved the first book, but the second one kicked it up a notch with the romance and mysterious connections to the tale of King Arthur.Fountain of Secrets follows the trio Kendall, Jake and their boss Nathan, who are on the hunt to find the fountain of youth. [...]

    12. Review Courtesy of: Books That HookI received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.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 fou [...]

    13. Fountain of Secrets is the second book in the Relic Seekers series by Anita Clenney. While I don’t love this series as much as her Highland Warrior books, I do enjoy Clenney’s writing style and the way she incorporates humour, sexual chemistry and a touch of chaos to each story she creates. Kendall Morgan and Jake Stone have only been back from Italy for days when they are summoned by their employer and billionaire Nathan Larraby to return to Italy to safeguard the relics they’ve collected [...]

    14. With the Spear safely tucked away, Kendall's hunt for the next of the four holy relics has her uncovering secrets of the past - those of the secret society which protects the relics and those of Kendall's own past as well - as she searches for the Fountain of Youth.Fountain of Secrets is better than the first book in a lot of ways - first of which is that Kendall doesn't get kidnapped even once this time around (though she's still falling into holes.) One thing that I especially liked about the [...]

    15. I am boggled this is so highly rated on both and . I don’t even know where to begin with this book.The one thing I will give Fountain of Secrets is an improved writing style. Guardians of Stone was terribly written, or terribly edited, or both. I found the action and general plot was curious enough to keep reading. I was not pulled out of the story due to the writing in Fountain of Secrets. The changes are so different I cannot help but wonder if it’s the same author. Truly a night and day [...]

    16. 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 Gu [...]

    17. The second book to Anita Clenney’s Relic Seekers series starts off with a bang. This Indian Jones type book series continues to have me on the edge of my seat with its constant action, complex romance and exceptionally well-written suspense. I continually find myself reading her intriguing books in one sitting trying to solve the quest before the ending of the book.Kendall is still on the go this time looking for the second relic with her able and hot bodyguard Jake and the sexy billionaire Na [...]

    18. This urban fantasy novel is the second book in a series and really requires that you read the first book to know what is happening. Kendall, Jake and Nathan are on the hunt for relics. Kendall has a special gift for the past that lets her touch objects and learn things. Nathan is a billionaire with a secret; he's afraid that he is turning into some kind of monster and hopes that the relics will provide a cure. Jake is a mercenary hired by Nathan to guard Kendall.This one has time travel, traveli [...]

    19. If you like King Arthur, Camelot, Holy Grail stories you may enjoy this book. If you think the King Arthur, Gweneviere, Sir Lancelot triangle is a good love story than you might love this book. This author deals with the love triangle set up in the first book by keeping one man away so he doesn't have a chance to compete. But when the other two come together it is more tawdry than romantic. It was so emotionally unsatisfying I couldn't enjoy it. I had to skip over it. The heroine continues to be [...]

    20. I am a big fan of the Relic Seekers series by Anita Clenney. Book 2, Fountain of Secrets is a ride on a rollercoaster! I have described the Relic Seekers as Indiana Jones only smarter. And the hero is a heroine. Kendall Morgan is smart and brave and happens to have some special abilities that enable her to find hidden things. Her boss, Nathan Larraby, sends her to hunt for relics. Because the hunt has its perils, Nathan assigns Jake Stone as her bodyguard. What follows is a wild adventure throug [...]

    21. I enjoyed the relic hunt and I enjoy seeing Kendall and Jake working together as a team ( and more). But I found myself irritated by Kendall - the way she wanders off into danger repeatedly without telling anyone where she is going or what she is doing. I am not saying she should blindly do what Nathan & Jake tell her, just that she should consult with them and involve them in her searches. I also found Nathan annoying with his mysteries and his refusal to share important information with bo [...]

    22. I felt so lucky to stumble upon the writings of Anita Clenney. Sometimes when you read the first book in a series and it is truly good, the second book is a disappointment. This is not the case with "Fountain of Secrets." It is just as good as the first book.This time the trio of Jake, Kendall, and Nathan are after the fountain of youth before the evil Reaper locates it before them. Their quest takes them to England and the rumored site of King Arthur's and Gwenivere's burial. Bodies begin stack [...]

    23. This book is all about a woman, Kendall, who can see things, but doesn't call herself a Psychic. She has an crazy adventure with two men who want to protect her, even though she doesn't want it. One is her boss, one is her bodyguard. Danger, mystery, questions, intrigue, attraction, headbutting. Who is the Reaper? Does he want to kill them? Where are the relics they need to find and protect? What is wrong with her boss, Nathan? Why does she feel connected to Nathan? Who is he really? Does Jake r [...]

    24. 2.5 starsI think my main problem with this book was more me than the book. I think if someone else read it they might think it's great. I just found it incredibly boring. It had potential, as I said with the first book, but had no excitement or spark. The plot with King Arthur was written in an uninteresting way, and it didn't really link in with book 1. The writing was only okay. It could have flowed better and the dialogue could have sounded more natural in places. I do think there is some goo [...]

    25. ‘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 mo [...]

    26. Second installment and I must admit it went a little weird. Not in a totally bad way, but the first book introduced a secret society and then in this book you have portals and potential past lives (where each of them is a legendary historical figure). This book was heavier on the romance than the first, but it still didn't overshadow the overall story. I think Anita Clenney may have some time management issues. She likes to cram as much as she can into a book, which keeps it interesting, but I f [...]

    27. PrologueWAKE UP!” THE young girl shook her friend’s shoulder. He woke with a gasp, his forehead covered with sweat. “You’re dreaming.” “Do you have some water? I’m thirsty.” She brought her cup. “It’s almost gone. There’s just a little left.” He drained the water, his heart still pounding with visions of swords and battles… and the other part that made no sense. The grave. “Was it the same one again?” the girl asked. He nodded. “I wish I knew what it meant.” “ [...]

    28. 2.5 stars. The narrator is atrocious. I'm incredibly happy to have received all 3 ebooks & the accompanying audible versions in this series for free. No I wouldn't recommend the series.

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