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Key to Forever (Draycott Abbey Novels) Mass Market Paperback – June 29, 2004
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A tour guide at beautiful Draycott Abbey and an expert on ancient weaponry, Joanna Russel had good reasons for abandoning Alex after their unforgettable night of passion. But she must forget her haunted past to solve the puzzle of the lost Cameron sword - confronting dark secrets and an enemy who knows too muc.
To find their treasure, Alex and Joanna must fulfill thier destiny, set centuries before. For the key to an ancient mystery lies in a passion reborn ...and in a hautning love too long denied. (text taken from Book's cover)
Another great romance from the Queen of Romances Chirtina Skye. Whenever I buy her books I am always sure that I will love reading them even more than three times and Key to Forever certainly does not disappoint me. The story is full of action, love, passion , intrigue and so much more. The characters are very likeable as all Ms Skye's characters are and they are both tortured and in need of rescue. There is really no need for me to add much more other than that this books,as all other Christina Skye's books, is perfect for all of those who like their romances spiced up with an element of danger, and full of action blended perfectly with romance. A MUST READ!
Joanna Russell, a beautiful tour guide at the wonderous Draycott Abbey along with being an expert on ancient weaponry, had known the man five years prior, but he went under the name of Alexei Turov and he was an artist who made incredible swords. He also made incredible love, but Joanna could not trust him nor herself then, or now. He was a fever in her blood now as he was then and she had too many secrets that could not be shared, and much too much to lose should her secrets come out.
This is an exciting story, with plenty of sensual delights, mystery and secrets galore, with treachery and betrayals and non-stop excitement. It is a story that begs to have a happy ending as you see two people so scarred and hurt that trust was a foreign word to them.
Key to Forever is so very hard to put down. Gypsies, palm reading, and a mystery concerning Mary Queen of Scots - what an exciting adventure!! AND let us not forget our wonderful resident ghosts, Adrian, Gray, and Gideon. A rare book that makes you feel great during and after the read. I really loved these two - Alexei and Joanna - the chemistry between them was really hot and their love scenes sizzling. An EXCELLENT read and really worth buying.
Key to Forever is hard to put down once you've started. From medieval armour and ancient swords to Gypsies and even palm reading, it was an exciting adventure !! One of those rare books which make you feel good during and after the read. I really enjoyed the book and its 2 main characters - Alexei and Joanna - the chemistry between them was explosive. The flashbacks in time were well written. All said, I think that it's a good read and really worth buying.
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Every book in this series is one you want in your library to read many times. You fall in love with the characters from the first book and can't wait to see what the next book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by teily
Once raised to defend a doomed Scottish queen, the Cameron sword lies hidden, guarded by a deadly curse. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Krissy Malott
Draycott abbey i require no other words to purchase a book. I love anything Christiana Skye publishes. The update and changes were effortlessly done. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Wilma Shuman
If you love Scottish history, dark, brooding heroes and strong heroines, grab this book!
I have been waiting for this later addition to the Draycott series. Read more
I love Christina Skye's Draycott series. Not so much her contemp books. Draycott series books are different, very imaginative. Both contemp and historical in one book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by mlp/merry reader
I spent most of this book thinking "Huh?" It was like someone took a story and randomly pulled out bits and pieces from here and there and then called those random pieces a book. Read morePublished on March 25, 2010 by SJ