Key of Valor

Key of Valor Fate brings three women together for a chance to unlock their deepest desires in the Key Trilogy Now in the stunning conclusion it s Zoe s turn Growing up Zoe McCourt did not have an easy life some

  • Title: Key of Valor
  • Author: Nora Roberts
  • ISBN: 9781590869055
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Fate brings three women together for a chance to unlock their deepest desires in the Key Trilogy Now, in the stunning conclusion, it s Zoe s turn Growing up, Zoe McCourt did not have an easy life some might call it disadvantaged A hairstylist from a West Virginia trailer park, she ended up in beautiful Pleasant Valley, Pennsylvania, by sheer determination How she endFate brings three women together for a chance to unlock their deepest desires in the Key Trilogy Now, in the stunning conclusion, it s Zoe s turn Growing up, Zoe McCourt did not have an easy life some might call it disadvantaged A hairstylist from a West Virginia trailer park, she ended up in beautiful Pleasant Valley, Pennsylvania, by sheer determination How she ended up on a quest for a key to unlock the soul of a warrior demigoddess is another story Invited to an imposing estate overlooking the town, she met Malory Price and Dana Steele Each woman was at a crossroads in her life, each facing an uncertain future And a mysterious couple offered them the chance of a lifetime a million dollars each if they could free the trapped souls of three mythological sisters an artist, a bard, and a warrior.Malory and Dana had to reach deep inside themselves to find their keys and not without paying a price Now, it has become Zoe s quest As a single mother, she has to risk, to lose But her courage in the face of overwhelming odds cannot be underestimated A nurturer to her son, a defender of her friends, she must confront dark forces amassed against her to make all of their dreams come true Don t miss the other books in the Key Trilogy Key of LightKey of Knowledge

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    1. This final installment in the Key trilogy was the weakest for me. I don't know, maybe I shouldn't have read all three books in a row, because reading about the tale of the three demigoddesses' souls trapped in a box of glass and how three mortal women, the heroines, were destined to find the "keys" to release them got a bit stale this time around. It was pretty much the same basic thing all over again, and neither Zoe nor Brad, the couple du jour, was compelling enough to engage my full interest [...]

    2. Of all the Key books, at a glance, it was the title of this book that already spoke volumes to me.Fiction books have always captured me. Being able to slip into worlds I'll never step foot on. Stepping into the shoes of the hero. Feeling the laughter bubble in my gut when the humor and sarcasm of such characters pop out of the page. The warm feeling of sunlight in my chest when I see the clarity and intensity of love between family, friends and lovers. I can keep going with many more euphemisms [...]

    3. The best of the trilogy, though not by a huge margin. If you've read the others, you know what you're getting into so I'll keep my remarks short.At the start, Roberts takes Simon (Zoe's son) off the table as an attack vector for Cain. This is absolutely essential to prevent Simon from taking over the story. Also, it allows Brad to develop a natural relationship with Simon and seeing that evolve was a lot of the charm of the book.I was a bit worried that Zoe would make a lousy warrior type and wa [...]

    4. The third and final book in this trilogy equals the first two. It's Zoe's quest to find the third and final key to unlock the Daughters of Glass. Added into the mix is romance and intrigue as she examines her past in light of her present. Kane tries to tempt her into giving into despair while Bradley does his utmost to win the love of Zoe, the warrior of the trio that includes Dana and Malory.Will she succeed in finding the key before her month is up, or will the quest be a failure? What does he [...]

    5. "I think you should do what makes you happy. And sometimes doing what makes you happy is harder and scarier than doing what's safe."In this third and last book in Nora Robert's Key trilogy Zoe must come to terms with her past and her present if she is to locate the final key, the Key of Valor, and release the three daughters from their imprisonment.I really can't say enough about this series. It is such a perfect blend of magic, mystery, and romance. I loved learning more about Zoe in this book [...]

    6. Such a wonderful book!!! This ends the trilogy of the keys. And, it goes out with a bang! Nora Roberts has the gift of bringing all three books together seamlessly, building on the excitement in each book, then wrapping it all up to a beautiful happy ending.

    7. Review for all three books in the trilogy.The thing about these books isn't the vaguely supernatural plot or the romance, it's the found-family.There is a vaguely supernatural plot. Strangers, Malory, Dana, and Zoe, are all invited to a mysterious gathering hosted by the even more mysterious Rowena and Pitte. They're told a story about a god, soon to be king, who traveled into the mortal world, fell in love with a human woman. He brought her back to his world and they had three beautiful daughte [...]

    8. Zoe and Bradleyd SimonZoe - hairdresser, mother, resourceful, Pitte refers to her as both Little Warrior and Little Mother. Abandoned by father, oldest of 4, mother a hairdresser from their trailer at 16 she fell in 17 year old, son of one of her mother's rich client. When she comes up pregnant, he abadones her and her mother ridicules her. She leaves home, and begins a path to caring for herself and Simon.Simon is now 10 they live in a small house of their own, where she did a lot of the home [...]

    9. A satisfying end to a pretty decent trilogy. It was a little predictable after reading the 1st 2 novels but that's to be expected with trilogies like this.In the first & second book I was a very big fan of Zoe but once I read her story I didn't really care for her too much. But she is a loving mother & very much a Little Warrior.Brad - the good guy, perfection on earth, there was absolutely nothing wrong with him and yet - Ugh! Can you say boring?!?Simon however was such a little charmer [...]

    10. It is true. I have no self-restraint and stayed up way too late reading this book (of course, it might also have something to do with drinking a latte at 5 in the afternoon!). Of the series, this was the story that I was most looking forward to reading. The first two books both offered lots of lead-up to this story of the third seeker, which was very appropriate considering the characters involved. Unfortunately, it just didn't satisfy whatever it was I was looking for. The lead-up in the previo [...]

    11. A lot of the same as the first two books, but nonetheless, a good conclusion to a solid trilogy.I found all three books to be sharp, engaging, and witty. Roberts is good at mixing fantasy elements with contemporary fiction. Nothing profound or groundbreaking here, just a fun story. While I didn't find Zoe as interesting as Malory or Dana, I thought she was much more self aware and mature. I liked that all three girls were very different too.

    12. 4.5 Stars. Yeah this series is all about Zoe and Brad. And Simon. OMG he's an adorable sweetheart.Reread: August 2013Reread: September 2015

    13. I liked the book but felt it didn't draw me in like the first two. there were times where my interest wasn't there. overall I rate it a 3 1/2 to 4 stars. I did love how Brad and Simon had a great relationship!!

    14. *4 valor & courage stars*Key of Valor is third, and last, book in Key trilogy. Books must be read in order. First book is Key of Light: review Second book is Key of Knowledge: review.One more month. Four weeks until the end of the quest and only one woman, Zoe McCourt, left to find the last key to free souls of The Daughters of Glass. She had a difficult life - after her father left her family she had to help her mom raise her younger brothers and sisters and help provide for their life only [...]

    15. A Chave da Coragem é o último livro da trilogia As Chaves de Nora Roberts. Trouxe este livro ao mesmo tempo que o seu antecessor para poder ler a série quase de seguida.Com o último livro ficamos a conhecer a história de Zoe, a mulher responsável de encontrar a última chave que permitirá libertar as almas das Filhas de Vidro. Zoe é uma mulher de coragem e desde o início que estava com curiosidade para saber o que é que o livro dedicado a ela lhe reservava. Ao longo destas páginas fic [...]

    16. Zoe McCourt is the last one to have to find the key, if she doesn't her friend's work will have been in vain and the Daughters of Glass will continue locked up in their coffins. Zoe is a single to Simon and a fighter. She has come a long way since she lived with her mother and 3 siblings in a trailer. But she doesn't feel that she has any special aptitude unlike Malory and Dana. She is also very uncomfortable with the fact that she is being courted by Bradley, who being a rich and educated execu [...]

    17. Read: March 2016Rating: 5/5 stars, best of 2016The plot: in the final book of the trilogy it is Zoe’s turn to find the third and final key to free the Daughters of Glass from their prison. The stakes are higher for Zoe as she must keep her son safe, deal with her confusing feelings for Brad, and fend off more desperate attacks by the sorcerer Kane while searching for the key.I have to say that going into this book I liked Zoe the least out of the three protagonists. I thought she was overly ho [...]

    18. Güzel bir üçlemenin sonuna geldik. Noracığım bu sefer işin içine mitolojiyi, tanrıları felan katmış ve çok hoş olmuş. Kelt efsanelerinden yola çıkıp bize güzel bir hikaye anlatıyor. Kelt tanrılarından biri bir ölümlüye aşık olur ve kızı kendi dünyasına getirtir. Bunun üzerine kimileri bunları hoş karşılar kimileri de bu duruma sinir olurlar. Bunların üç kızı olur, hepsi yarı tanrıdır ve özellikleri farklı olsalar da çok sevimli, cana yakın ve birbi [...]

    19. Blog tempodler/2012/07/Dos três livros desta trilogia, «A Chave da Coragem» foi o que menos gostei, apesar de reconhecer que, das três mulheres Zoe será a mais realista e a mais bem estruturada e admirável nas suas qualidades. Mãe solteira, Zoe conheceu varias dificuldades na vida até chegar onde está agora. É a vez dela cumprir a sua parte para acabar de vez com a maldição imposta por Kane. Para tal conta com o auxílio das amigas e sócias, e também com o apoio, amor e dedicaç [...]

    20. Muhteşem bir finalle serinin son kitabıda bitmiş bulunmaktaCesaretin anahtarı kitabında Zoe ve Brad karakterlerinin anahtar arayışlarına yer veriliyorTabi Dana, Mallory ve diğer karakterlerimizde onlara yardımcı oluyor (=Bu kitapta 16 yaşında hamile kalıp bir çocuk sahibi olan Zoe'nun geçmişiBugünü. geleceğine değiniliyor.Yarım kalan olayları, üstesinden gelmesi gereken korkuları ve bir daha kırılmasını istemediği bir kalbi vardır Zoe'nun.Ama öyle bir durumdadır [...]

    21. A satisfying end to the Key trilogy - this one nicely wraps up both the final romance between Zoe and Bradley as well as the quest to free the Daughters of Glass. The writing is amazing - yes, this is a romance and there are no surprises, but the writing is what makes you care for these characters and makes them and their quest seem real. I liked the chemistry between Zoe and Bradley - they are from very different backgrounds and Zoe tries so hard to keep her distance, but in the end Bradley's p [...]

    22. 3.5 starsOf the 3 instalments this one was the one I enjoyed the least. It's weird because I usually enjoy the last instalment much more as it brings an awaited closure, but with this one something did just not click right. I mean, I really liked it but I guess I thought it would be better, and maybe that was the problem. As a whole, this was a nice series. I had fun, but it was definitely not one of my fav NR's series. It was lacking somehow, against others like Chesapeake Bay Saga, Three Siste [...]

    23. Out of the three books of the key trilogy, this is the one where i have trouble connecting to the character, due to the lack of similarities, Zoe and i share. She is a single mother that gave birth to her baby during her work shift at a reknown supermarket. I can't ever imagine that happening to me hopefully. The reason why i love reading this series is because it does a really good job of implying a fantasy world, into reality. It seems like something i would watch on the sci-fi channel. And th [...]

    24. I love Zoe. In this trilogy, it's a toss-up between Dana and Zoe as to who I like more, but I still love Zoe. She's a strong woman who was a single mom at age 16 but has worked hard enough to be able to support both herself and her son but still managed to retain a sense of humor. When she met Bradley Vane IV, she thought he was just another rich jerk. When Brad first saw Zoe's face (in a painting), he fell a little bit in love. When he met her in person, he fell all the way. Now he's working to [...]

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