Empath (Book 1 of The Empath Trilogy)

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Claire is an empath living a life of self-imposed exile. Going to college all she wants is to disappear. But a chance encounter with Stephen, a boy with his own secrets, leads Claire to see her curse as a gift. Through Stephen, Claire meets James, a vampire who can teach her to master her gift. But when their gifts connect, they form a bond the vampire world hasn't seen for 300 years. More
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About HK Savage

HK Savage has been a voracious reader of anything she could get her hands on going back to the second grade when she would set her alarm two hours early to read before school. Her passion for the written word has continued and flowed into writing going back nearly as far. Her books have fans in twenty countries on six continents with hopes of attracting attention on Antarctica if for no other reason than to check a box.

Currently, HK is a mother, wife and black belt in Karate as well as an avid dressage rider with the cutest teddy bear of a horse in existence. Her three dogs, a Doberman puppy and two ancient Doxies keep her busy when she is not writing or working.

HK has been an editor for several newsletters over the years, her favorite being for Heifer International where her ideas were put into effect and complimented by those on high. Currently her editing skills have been focused on her friends and clients in the writing world as Editor in Chief of Staccato Publishing.

Paranormal is a favorite genre as well as science fiction and the possibilities we have not yet realized. Her favorite premise: "what if?"

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ruth gichuru reviewed on April 30, 2018

cool, fantastic and absolutely interesting can't wait to read the others
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Mandy Nel reviewed on Aug. 19, 2013

Absolutely fantastic!!!!!! please please please I would love to read the others, wish they would also be free copies.
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Lewis Haller reviewed on Aug. 13, 2013

Excellent Read! The characters are realistic and have depth. The plot is excellent. I can not wait to get the remaining two books of the trilogy.
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David Hoyt reviewed on July 16, 2013
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For all that his indexable! Throw all of your tags away and start over. Use "paranormal", "romance", "shapeshifters", "dark", "vampire" and forget everything else. Paranormal usually means fantasy, adventure, suspense and whatnot. "Paranormal" and "Romance" do not need to be every fourth word in your tags. And put "," between your tags. Your taglist is so large, meaningless, redundant and other things I will not print to be completely useless. Google won't take it. It won't help anyone in Smashwords to find it, pretty much it's just annoying.

Okay, maybe "interracial" might belong as a tag (or not). But put wolves, hyenas in your extended comment. Oh yes, "story" is so meaningful. Just think of what might happen if someone looks for "paranormal" in the non-fiction section. The only positive note is that you didn't include "Twilight" and "50 Shades of Gray" in your gags (I mean tags).
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