"Readers who are new to the Curse of the Templars series will find this book easy to follow and hard to put down. The plot flows smoothly, with plenty of historical detail grounding the supernatural element and adding to its believability. The tug-of-war involving the hero’s heart will keep you on pins and needles, and the intense action will leave you reeling."
Romantic Times Reviews
“This series (The Curse of the Templars) is explosive, sexy, riveting, and Claire Ashgrove is a master of her craft.”
MAGGIE SHAYNE, New York Times Bestselling Author
“Ashgrove's Templars will steal your heart and her world building will leave you wanting more.”
KARIN TABKE, National Bestselling Author
“Claire Ashgrove weaves complex layers of history, paranormal worlds and romantic fiction seamlessly.”
CATHERINE BYBEE, New York Times Bestselling Author
“Compelling characters, crackling sexual tension and a fascinating paranormal mythology--Immortal Surrender has it all!”
LAURA KAYE, USA Today Bestselling Author
Interview with Gabriel
Taken from the Seeing Night Reviews blog during the Immortal Surrender Blog Tour.
Profession: Archangel (Archaeologist in Immortal Surrender)
Gabriel: I am the Almighty’s Messenger, so my purpose isn’t so much for the knights as it is to insure what is supposed to happen does indeed happen. Frankly, my work is more among the mortal realm than the knights.
Gabriel: Yes, I’ve been tracking down the seraphs as they are revealed to me and orchestrating the pairing so the Templar prophecy may be fulfilled.
Gabriel: Bianca… such a shame. I am afraid she quite took me by surprise. I was in Arizona, arranging something there, when I received word of another. I sent her mate. Alas, it wasn’t soon enough.
Gabriel: Noelle is a challenging individual, and I knew from the beginning, when I learned who she belonged to, it wouldn’t be an easy journey for either her or Farran. I felt it would work better if they knew nothing and had to figure it out as they went along. There’d be battles of will and hearts, yes. But those would be equally exciting for them as the new discoveries as well.
Gabriel: Most certainly! Though I feared it might not, at one point. There were a few instances where I was convinced one might kill the other. Or that Mikhail would have to threaten them both at swordpoint.
Gabriel: It’s all duty for me, most of the time. But because I am more in touch with mankind, I’m not as removed from their personal battles. I confess, it pains me on some days to have to walk away from a knight who I know will fail. To not be able to present his seraph immediately and know that he will likely die before I can.
Gabriel: (his smile becomes knowing, in a superior-kind of way) I’ll say only, “She who digs in dust.”
Gabriel: Safe wishes to you as well.
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