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All the Broken Places: The Healing Edge - Book One by [Eden, Anise]
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Book 1 of 2 in The Healing Edge (2 Book Series)

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All of Cate’s problems are in her head. That may be her greatest strength.

Cate Duncan is a promising young therapist, dedicated to her work. But after her mother’s suicide, she is seized by a paralyzing depression. To save her job, Cate agrees to enter a program with Dr. Angeline MacGregor, run by her stern son, Ben, and housed in a repurposed church. Cate doesn’t quite understand what the program entails, but she soon learns that the skills she will develop there may not only help her learn how to cope with her own problems, but will also lead her to a much greater purpose.

The MacGregor Group is a collection of alternative healers whose unconventional approaches include crystals, aura reading, and psychics. They know that their life’s work invites skepticism, and welcome the chance to prove naysayers wrong. But they need the unique abilities that Cate can bring, and as she slides ever closer to her own abyss, they will do everything in their power to protect Cate from those who wish her harm―including herself.

A powerful novel of suspense and a wildly inventive start to this paranormal romance series, ALL THE BROKEN PLACES engages readers with its striking blend of the supernatural and the psychological.

"Those with an interest in parapsychology will be fascinated by this artfully written series starter." ―PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

"With the introduction of a charismatic group of alternative healers, Eden creates a unique world that readers will find fascinating."―RT BOOK REVIEWS

"ALL THE BROKEN PLACES is not simply an engaging paranormal romance. Peopled with broken characters the reader wants to see mended, it tackles the subjects of mental health and suicide with empathy and grace.” ―Rosanna Leo, author of VICE

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3385 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Publisher: Diversion Books (16 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018UV2EYA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #877,537 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm an old hippie, into anything New Age, so when I read the blurb on this book I knew it would be just up my alley, and it was. It was well written (a rarity these days) with interesting characters. And the material was presented in easily absorbed bites. However, that was probably my one real complaint. I felt at times like I was reading a non-fiction book on healing methods. I imagine in later books all the groundwork will be worth it, so I'm looking forward to the next book. I must also agree with another reviewer that the heroine's unwillingness to open her mind was a little unrealistic. How many people still think that mediums wear turbans, when performers like well dressed guys like John Edward are on TV or at your nearest venue? So yeah, maybe the heroine was a bit too much of a caricature of the skeptic for me. But those are niggly things that didn't distract from a good story well told.
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All the Broken Places - Anise Eden 4 Hashtags

A beautiful and fascinating read, which I really enjoyed.

Cate has special empathic abilities and after the loss of her mother, she is struggling to get her life back on track. Her boss refers her for a special 3 week course otherwise she'll lose her job. What she doesn't understand is that everyone at her placement has different abilities, which at first she is very skeptical about.

I loved Cate's journey with Ben McGregor. At times I found Cate quite annoying when she didn't believe in other peoples abilities even though she was carrying one ability of her own.

Having said this, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it was very different from the paranormal books that I normally read.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars 37 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars The perfect blend of paranormal and contemporary. 19 Feb. 2016
By heath1005 - Published on Amazon.com
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I read this one a week or so back and still can't get the characters out of my head. Ms. Eden has created quite the story with All the Broken Places and I absolutely adored it.

This is the story of Cate. An intelligent psychologist with too much grief on her hands and a secret she doesn't understand. After the death of her mother, she's told she needs to seek help for her grief. What she doesn't expect is to come into contact with a group of eclectic individuals who have abilities that shadow her own.

Cate is an empath and absorbs the emotions of those around her. Ben is a sexy doctor who thinks he can help her channel her abilities. Through a series of events Cate discovers that what she deals with on a normal basis, as far as her empathetic tendencies go, isn't something out of the norm after all. And with a little guidance from her new group of friends along with Ben, she takes on the challenges they give her, through a week long "paranormal training boot camp" even if she doesn't always believe in what's happening.

I won't go into too much detail about what happens throughout this story, but I will say this. Ms. Eden is a skillful author who paints words on pages that keep you wanting to turn them. Fluid would be a good way to describe her writing style. There wasn't a moment when I didn't want to stop reading, there wasn't a second I wanted to put this book down. The characters are developed, the world building is spot on, and the love interest is delicious. Normally I'm the type of person who likes my books to have more romance, more kissing, more...you know...but I found I didn't need that at all with ATBP. I was perfectly satisfied with the tension there was and enthralled with the moments given to me.

ATBP is an endearing story and not over the top as far as fantasy goes; something to suck you in but not drown you you with strange creatures and what not. In my opinion, it's the perfect balance of contemporary and paranormal meshed together and I highly recommend it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific first novel! 23 Nov. 2016
By Lyn Horner - Published on Amazon.com
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Anise Eden is a talented, imaginative author. I truly enjoyed All the Broken Places, her first novel. While delving into mysteries of the human mind, she has created a cast of fascinating characters and a tantalizing romance I hope to see grow throughout this series.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read 22 July 2016
By PL - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I received this book from the author for an honest review.

This book has an unusual yet interesting narrative and I liked it.

Cate is an empath but she doesn't know how to control her abilities, since her mother's death, she can't bring herself to return to work. Her employer refers her to seek help and therefore she finds herself being placed on a three week programme. The programme is designed to help her understand her gifts and use them safely.

Will she complete the programme?

The book is slow paced and it's told from Cate's perspective. I would have liked Ben's POV primarily because I felt like I was constantly in her head and it became overwhelming to read. I found Cate overbearing throughout, she got under my skin. I understood where she was coming from but her behaviour was immature and irrational. I liked Ben, he stands his ground and fights dirty to ensure she completes the programme. I liked Kai's bubbly personality and Vani made me laugh, when she reads Cate's aura and says she got laid several times the night before lol.

This was an interesting book and I enjoyed.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Anise Eden, has taken paranormal romance, and kicked things up a notch 4 Mar. 2016
By Itsy Bitsy Book Bits - Published on Amazon.com
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This five star read, will not leave you disappointed. All the broken places by Anise Eden is the first book in The Healing Edge Series. The authors writing in this book is great. You will find that there is some slight violence but not offensive in anyway. There isn’t any sexual content, besides some kissing and sexual references. The story is written in the first person.

Cate, lost her mother to suicide, and since she has felt lost and very alone. The only thing that has kept Cate together is her dedication to her job as a therapist. She feels connected to those that need her. Her depression becomes too much and in order to save herself and her job, she enters a program recommended by her boss, run by Dr. Angelina MacGregor and her son Ben. A 21-day program where Cate can come to terms with her life after her mother and maybe some answers to who and what she is, an empath. Ben MacGregor left the marines and now runs the MacGregor Group. While the characters who work with him are what many would call odd, they all have one thing is common, keep Cate safe from everyone including herself. Ben and Cate are both very drawn each other and for many reasons they fight it. Cates journey is emotional, she grows, and learns. Cate soon finds out what really brought her to the MacGregor group and she has to decide of this life, this attraction, this change is truly what she wants and needs.

Anise Eden, has taken paranormal romance, and kicked things up a notch. You have a mix of aura readings, healing crystals, empaths, mixed in with an amazing budding romance between two very strong characters. This book with touch so many areas from mental health, suicide, supernatural, and caring for those around you that really need you. Anise Eden created the most beautiful, loving, dedicated character when she created Cate Duncan. I myself, have never been a fan of paranormal, till I opened this book. I find myself looking forward to reading this whole series and any book written by Anise Eden.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Different 16 Feb. 2016
By Just Let Me Read~Kathy - Published on Amazon.com
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4 stars
All The Broken Places, by Anise Eden is the first book in her new series, The Healing Edge. Although this is the first book in a new series, there is no cliffhanger. There was a mention of something to come but that was never developed, but I suspect that it is a series theme and will continue to develop and play out over the next books in this series. As for this individual book, we are not left hanging and Ellie finally finds happiness. This book was different and original and not was expecting at all. It is labelled as Paranormal but it’s not about vampires, shape shifters, or any magical creatures. It’s based on Parapsycology, a science that is not widely accepted. Naturally, fiction is added as is a nice little romance that develops into a nice, feel good story. This is not the type of story I usually read, but I enjoyed it and it did keep my attention so that I was able to read it in one sitting. I really enjoyed the characters, each with their own unique “gift.” Learning about the characters and watching them interact was the best part. I would have enjoyed a little more grittiness, maybe a twist here and there. I felt like it was just sort of plain, but that’s just me. There was a little action at the end but I found it predictable.

It was very well written. The plot and characters were well developed. The story flowed effortlessly. The dialogue was not confusing but I did find it “scripted” in places. There were places that felt like I was reading a text book but I am very interested in Auras, Chakras, etc… so this was OK for me. Overall, it was a nice read and I enjoyed it. It was a pleasant change to the intense books that I usually read. I think it’s more of a young adult book. I am interested in what happens to the characters in future books but I’m honestly not sure if I will continue with the series because of the price. It’s just a higher price that I usually pay for books that have me jumping up and down and while this is a nice, sweet read, it didn’t have me that excited. That said, if this is the type of book you read, I recommend it and this author. It is one of the best written books I’ve read. Her writing was “lyrical,” which is which I why I have to give it 4 stars.

Kathy ~ Just Let Me Read!
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