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Key of light / Key of Knowledge / Key of Valor (Key Trilogy) Mass Market Paperback – Box set, September 28, 2004
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I had to make a conscious decision to accept this plot, which felt contrived as all get out, but once I let go it was a nice ride. In each book, the heroine in question gets a new job, a new man, and a new house, all while looking for this mystical key and fending off a pissed-off sorcerer. It's exhausting watching someone go through so many life changes, and then to watch it happen three successive times, all I can say is, whew!
The first book, Key of Light, was the weakest of the bunch, romance wise. Mallory is an uptight, neat-freak paired with Flynn, a boy trapped in a man's body. With Nora Robert's trilogies, I've come to expect that she likes to start slow, and build up to her best romance, so I was patient.
The second book, Key of Knowledge, featured a much hotter pairing in librarian Dana, and famous fiction writer Jordan. Their past relationship, in which Jordan stomped on Dana's heart and blew town to find fame and fortune, adds a lot of pent up steam to their current situation.Read more ›
long drives we have here in Alaska. I listened to the entire
trilogy and was completely thrilled with each of the three stories.
I can recommend the Key Trilogy without reservation. It is great entertainment.
All of the heroes and heroines are likeable, relatable people. They have real lives, problems, work they love, and goals that are important to them.
Just as their jobs are being threatened, and money is tight, an unexpected invitation arrives for each of our heroines; Mallory, Dana, and, Zoe. The place is, "The Peak", the host and hostess, (Pitt and his companion, Roweena), are mysterious, otherworldly, and obviously have hidden motives.
As the stories progress, Dana's brother Flynn becomes involved with Mallory, and through her, in helping with her quest. Then his best friend, (and Dana's former lover), Jordan comes back to stay, to reconnect with his friends, and hopefully, rekindle the flames of romance with Dana.
About the same time, Bradley Vane also comes home to stay. Bradley is the third muscatier, (sp), in the Flynn, Jordan, Bradley trio.
Three women, three men, one really cute boy named Simon, and a big, loveable dog named, Moe all add up to a great story!
It would be a shame to give any spoilers, so I will only say; if you like romantic suspense, mixed with adventure and something more; don't miss this trilogy!
Note: For those who are offended by fairly graphic love scenes, or cursing that uses the Lord's name in vain...you might want to give this one a pass.
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I absolutely loved these books! I looked forward to being able to find some time at night to read some more!Published 15 days ago by Linda L.
The books were delivered when promised and the series was a really good series.Published 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love all of her books. They are so wonderful, they just pull me in. She has such a way of describing everything I can see it all as the story unfolds.Published 24 days ago by Robyn Garcia-Scott
Pretty good story using the Nora Roberts' trilogy pattern. All primary characters are very likable, although I'm not as driven to re-read the trilogy as I am often with stories... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Anne Laun
I love the way Ms Roberts weaves in the past with the present. How someone always finds true love. And how the 'other world' blends into our world. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vicki Thomas
I loved these books. It made you think and hope. She made you part of the story. I would recommend it to anyone.Published 1 month ago by Cassie W.