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Preview — Key of Knowledge by Nora Roberts
Key of Knowledge (Key Trilogy #2)
To Dana Steele books and the knowledge they hold are the key to contentment. But now that search for knowledge must include the second key needed to release three souls held captive by an evil god.
She won't be alone, for ...more
That certainly helped me to guess where the "key" Dana was assigned to find was hidden, because the pattern had already b ...more
What I enjoyed the most was the chemistry between Dana and Jordan. It was so well written and sumptuous,romantic without being sappy. It almost upstaged the thrill of reading about Dana's quest to find the second key. The connection and history Dana and Jordan shared was so rich, it wasn't just about the steam (which there was plenty)but a tenderness and connection that was enjoyable and satisfying to read.
Dana made a v ...more
Strong Second Installment
Once upon a time and beyond the Curtain of Power, the Curtain of Dreams, there lived three Celtic demigoddesses, sisters and daughters of a Celtic king and human woman. Some in their world revolted against their existence, offended by their links to mortality. One such god, Kane, rose up against the king and his progeny, and in a moment, a single moment when the demigoddesses' protectors had dropped their guard, he attacked with swift vengeance and wicked ...more
Not only is this my favorite book in this trilogy so far, but this may be my favorite Nora Roberts book so far as well! I love this series and the mystical nature of the quest that th ...more
Dana Steele is one hard-assed woman, the kind of heroine I just love and adore. And she love books. She covet books. The perfect heroine for me. She's the kind of woman who fights for her own rights and not easily bullied. She's tough, intelligent, snarky, loves anything chocolate and she loves with all her heart. Even when her heart was broke ...more
She had also been presented with the next phase of locating a special key for Rowena and Pitte. They were interesting characters returning from KEY OF LIGHT but I didn't see enough of them. ...more
That's Kane's a pain in the ass (no pun intended). His tactics will only result in his own undoing since they pretty much have the opposite effect than intended, other than scaring the living daylights o ...more
Dana Steele is a bookworm. She has an affinity to find knowledge in books and that is going to help her to find the second key.
In the second book of the Keys it´s Danas time to find the key and herself. To go through the demons of lost love to be able to fall in love again. With the sam ...more
Not that it was formulaic or stereotypical, really. I liked Dana from the first book, and we get to see the events that were hinted at in the prior book regarding her relationship with Jordan. I really liked her as the librarian type and could sympat ...more
Anahtarı arama serüvenine kaldığım yerden devam ettim...
Genel olarak olaylara değinecek olursak; Anahtar Serisinde,
ölümlü bir kadınla evlenen, mitolojik bir karakter olan ve Yunanlılardaki Zeus misali yönetici, kral konumunda bir Tanrınin, cam kutuya hapsedilmiş üç kızının hikayesi anlatılmaktadır.Daha doğrusu bu kutunun anahtarını bulmak için seçilen üç kızın hikayesi...
Karakterlere şöyle bir değinecek olursak:
Bir galeri sahibi olan Malory, bir kütüph ...more
If you read the last review or the first book, then you've got a pretty good idea of what's going on. Malory has her beau and her key, and we're moving on to the next of the three, Dana. Now, we know very well that Dana's key is the Key of Knowledge... which is perfect considering she's one of the biggest book nerds (other than myself *wink*) that I've ever heard of.
Dana is STILL not my favorite character though. ...more
Dana is straight up and takes no bullshit from anyone. Most especially her ex-boyfriend, Jordan Hawke. The man who walked away from her and what they shared in the two years that they were together with no backward glance.
His up and leaving left he ...more
I agree with the other reviewers that said this was the best of the three in this trilogy. I liked a good bit of this book which is more than I can say for many of Nora Roberts books in the past several years. I still found the sexual encounters to be completely overdone and distracting in the story. I get that her fans would probably protest if they were missing, but I have learned about where they will show ...more
In the second installment of Nora Roberts’ thrilling Key series, Dana Steele is forced to face her past with the handsome Jordan Hawke when he writes a book that connects him to her quest for the Key of Knowledge. Now, Dana must seek out the truth from among deception and lies––or succumb to her worst nightmares.
**From Publishers Weekly
Following hot on the heels of the first installment in Roberts's Key trilogy, this second book (following Key of Light) continues the story of three contemporar...more
I recently donated a slew of them, but I wanted to catalog them all the same ...more
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 ove ...more
I must say that I loved the author's attitude toward this installment's stud, Jordan Hawke, who is a bestselling author..."commercial fiction" with it's "cardboard characters."
Kudos Ms. Roberts for your tongue in cheek re ...more
Dana und Jordan sind sehr interessante Charaktere mit vielen Gemeinsamkeiten. Ihr Faible für Bücher muss man als L ...more
I thought his book was much better than the f ...more
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her ...more