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  • Intriguing and compelling

    Intriguing and compelling, a treat from Elise, a trilogy. So exciting. In this the first book we meet some new characters and they are fascinating. Each one worth their own book or two. We also meet some old friends, including the Heroine of the whole Blackwood series Emmy. A past lover, who we have met and been intrigued with before. Alaric is so interesting he gets more than one book. This is a complete story, satisfying in its own right but the door is open for book Red after Dead.

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  • Almost full circle!

    The Girl with the Emerald Ring is the first in a 3-book series with the same main characters and interconnected plots. And what a start it is! Getting to know Sky and Bethany, two very different characters, is great – and we finally get some answers to where Alaric has been during all the other books where he is either mentioned in passing or makes a short appearance. What is the true nature of this relationship with Emmy? Why is he the one ex-boyfriend of Emmy’s who REALLY gets underneath Black’s skin? A couple of long-standing aspects of Emmy’s story near full circle in this book, with tantalizing cliff hangers for the next books. This book can be read as a stand-alone with a storyline that’s definitely worth reading – but you will enjoy it more if you have read the earlier Blackwood Security books that focus on Emmy. One thing is for sure – after you read this book you will be looking forward to the middle of October with great anticipation!

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  • hooked

    If you've read any of Elise's Blackwood Security books, you've likely been itching to learn more about the mysterious Alaric. This fantastic book is part one of his trilogy and I think it was definitely worth the wait. The story goes from hilarious to suspenseful and right back again. A bunch of new characters are introduced and the Blackwood universe continues to expand. I can't wait for the second and third installments of this story!

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  • Can't put down the book

    LOVE IT! Love it that there is more of Emmy's direct involvement. Love the plot. And Emmy's protege. Cannot wait for the next book in the series!!!

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  • Action, Adventure, maybe love?

    Elise Noble has done it again in The Girl with the Emerald Ring! Alaric made an appearance previously in the Blackwood series and left us all wondering about him. We finally get some of the answers we have been yearning for! This is the first book in an amazing trilogy surrounding his life and the continuous twist and turns it takes. Could Bethany the beautiful assistant at the art gallery be part of this current twist? There has not been anyone in his life since Emmy, and he does not have time for love now. Speaking of Emmy, her heart continues to belong to Black, and her life revolves around work. But could it be that she has found a young spit fire to bring in under her wing and train as part of the Blackwood family? After their first meeting De ja vou makes her think she should. Bethony has struggled with heartbreak of her own, and is currently working to move on from a very nasty divorce. How is it possible Alaric can make her heart skip a beat when she thought it was so broken? This book is so full of action, adventure and love it is impossible to put down! Although it is book one of a trilogy it is an amazing stand alone as well.

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