Wednesday, October 7, 2015

A Reader's Opinion: KEY OF KNOWLEDGE by Nora Roberts

The Book
AMAZON
From #1 New York Times bestselling author—the second novel in the thrilling Key Trilogy. Fate brings three women together for a chance to unlock their deepest desires. This is Dana’s quest…

Dana Steele has always found her greatest passion in books. But now her boss is making her job as a librarian a living hell. Luckily, she now has a Plan B…

High on a hill overlooking the town of Pleasant Valley, Pennsylvania, sits the Warrior’s Peak estate. It’s where Dana was invited to meet Malory Price and Zoe McCourt—and where they learned that they were destined to find three keys to unlock a box holding the souls of three mythical demigoddesses: one an artist, one a bard, and one a warrior.

With the promise of a million dollars each dangled before them, the women couldn’t refuse. And as Malory found the first key, they formed a fast friendship and decided to go into business together. For Dana, that meant her dream of owning a bookstore was about to come true.

And now, as Dana finds herself on the threshold of some major life changes, it’s her turn to find a key. She has four weeks to unravel a riddle involving her past, present, and future, and to find the truth hidden among deception and lies—or succumb to her worst nightmare.

A Reader's Opinion
This is my second favorite Nora Roberts' trilogy after Irish Born, primarily because I like all of six of the main characters—a lot. Dana Steel, Finn's step-sister, is the right blend of sarcasm, humor, and femininity.  Jordan can hold his own with Dana, and more than anything, he wants to rekindle the fire that flamed between them years before. I love Jordan's character from start to finish. Their combined knowledge and passion for books will the key that unlocks not only the door to their personal future, but to save the lives of the lost souls. 

I'm not a fan of most paranormal books, but Roberts manages to make the paranormal feel like a part of everyday life. The chemistry between Dana and Jordan is spot on, but don't think you won't see the other characters. This trilogy offers up plenty of detail on each couple in all three books. A highly recommended book whenever you're looking for a great story and good entertainment. 

Book Source: Reader's personal collection
Book Format: Paperback

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