Book Reviews of At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1)

At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1)
At the Edge - Aisling Triplets, Bk 1
Author: Cait London
ISBN-13: 9780061140501
ISBN-10: 0061140503
Publication Date: 6/2007
Pages: 374
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 120 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1) on
Helpful Score: 13
This is the first book I've read by this author and I am sorry that I've not been following her books all along. I was sucked into the story from the very first page and didn't put the book down until I had finished it. The only other authors who capture my attention to that extent are Nora Roberts and Sherrilyn Kenyon. In fact, the dialogue between characters in this book reminded me very much of Roberts' writing style. Can't wait to read more!

Book Description from Amazon.com

Claire, Tempest, and Leona: triplets blessedâor cursedâeach with a special extra sense that they would deny, given the chance . . .

Claire, the youngest, finds solitude and escape in rural Montana. The descendant of an ancient Celtic seer, she struggles to conceal her unsettling power to sense what others feelâthe good and the evil, the pain and the joy.

When her peace is shattered by her new neighbor, Neil Olafson, Claire's shielded emotions start simmering. He's the opposite of everything she's ever wanted, a man who ignites her latent sensuality. And while her eerie powers have frightened others away, Neil isn't running. And when Claire comes face-to-face with danger, he becomes her protectorâas well as her lover.

Now, Claire and Neil must confront the past and save the life of a young innocent. But there is a killer lurking in the background who wants them both dead before they can unravel his dirty secrets. And he's been very busy . . .
reviewed At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1) on + 3 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 7
This books is the first of 3, if this is an example of what is to come, BRING THEM ON. I couldnt lay it down. I have been reading just ROMANCE for 25 years I Have just discovered I like a little MAGIC mixed in. THis is a books that is not way out there.5 stars for me
reviewed At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1) on + 1520 more book reviews
In some ways this is 'coming-of-age' story; otherwise a paranormal romance/mystery. Well written plot. Some X-rated scenes.

From back cover: Claire, Tempest, and Leona: triplets blessedÂor cursedÂeach with a special extra sense that they would deny, given the chance . . .
Claire, the youngest, finds solitude and escape in rural Montana. The descendant of an ancient Celtic seer, she struggles to conceal her unsettling power to sense what others feelÂthe good and the evil, the pain and the joy.
When her peace is shattered by her new neighbor, Neil Olafson, Claire's shielded emotions start simmering. He's the opposite of everything she's ever wanted, a man who ignites her latent sensuality. And while her eerie powers have frightened others away, Neil isn't running. And when Claire comes face-to-face with danger, he becomes her protectorÂas well as her lover.
Now, Claire and Neil must confront the past and save the life of a young innocent. But there is a killer lurking in the background who wants them both dead before they can unravel his dirty secrets. And he's been very busy . . .
reviewed At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1) on + 1076 more book reviews
The Bartel triplets had a rough childhood what with being psychic and all it entails. This is Claire's story...the youngest and an empath so the most vulnerable.

Claire moves to Montana because she can't survive with too many people around since she absorbs their feelings, moods, tempers, etc. When her neighbor dies and her nephew moves into the house...the sparks fly. Neil Olafson is a builder of campers and the noise level is astronomical causing Claire much upset. Eight years ago, Neil's six month old son was stolen from a campground. He has spent the last eight years searching for his son with no success. Claire (and her family) help Neil search using many psychic methods. Because their isn't enough stress in their lives, someone is also trying to kill Claire and someone else is trying to kill Neil.

This is a real roller coaster of an adventure with lots of suspenseful mystery included. This book is a slow starter and has many things are repeated again and again which I found tedious but all in all a very good start to this series
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Good book! Starts out fast but slows a little in the middle.
reviewed At the Edge (Aisling Triplets, Bk 1) on
The premise sounded interesting. And it could have been. But the story is riddled with repetitiveness (I got that she is am empath the first time it was said) and errors (he crumples up and throws a letter away on one page only to put it at the bottom of his to-do pile on the VERY NEXY PAGE). Add to that descriptions of purses given in detail--no purse is that interesting--and a thinly developed characters, and you have a waste of a tree.
Don't bother.