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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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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.
Unfortunately, she's not in the best terms with the latter one. She and Jordan dated once. He broke her heart and left her. Since he returned in book 1, it was obvious Dana wasn't happy to see him. She's still hurting and angry over what he did. In this book, we get to see more of that pain and anger and it made the first stages of their relationship hard to read because I could feel Dana and Jordan's pain.
But as they slowly progress and become lovers instead of "enemies", I enjoyed their relationship even more so. It was obvious those two still loved each other. I especially loved how there was no BS and they communicated to accept the hurtful past and prepare for a future together.
Other things I enjoyed very much as well were:
*Seeing more of Malory and Flynn (really great news for them!)
*Getting to know more Zoe and Brad (and Brad and Simon). I cannot wait to read their book.
*The climax to the discovery of the key was thrilling and amazing! I did not see coming the development and absolutely loved it! Definitely more interesting than that of the first book.
Something I didn't like were some sexist comments throughout the book. They definitely affected the rating (like they affected the rating from book 1). They didn't lessen my interest on the main plot but they bothered me.
'Key of Knowledge' is a great follow up. The quest to find the keys gets harder but more interesting. The relationships between the six of them (and between the six of them and Rowena and Pitte) keep developing and I'm loving every moment of it.
I cannot wait to see the end of the quest. The thing I am looking forward the most is seeing the conclusion to finding the keys and freeing the demigodesses. I need to see Rowena and Pitte have their HEA. They deserve it after centuries of being waiting.