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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 ›
As Dana and Jordan search for the second key, it becomes apparent that they must resolve their past, and look into their future together if they are going to locate the second key. The evil foe Kane that was introduced in the first book, is playing dirty and deadly now.
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This is the second book in the Key Trilogy. It is Dana’s turn to search for the next key. Her background as a librarian leads her to many hours of research to find a clue to the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michelle Boytim
What a great read and so fun! Onto my next trilogy by Nora Roberts!! I wish that I could write like this and draw my readers in!Published 5 days ago by Kathleen Summerall
As always... Nora Roberts stories are so well rounded and exciting. I have a difficult time setting any of her books down. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Bridgette
This book was part of the trilogy of keys. Even though some of it was very predictable, I wanted to finish the series.Published 25 days ago by Ginger S.