Key of Knowledge

Key of Knowledge

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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.

Don't miss the other books in the Key Trilogy…

Key of Light
Key of Valor
ISBN: 9780425278451
9780739439067
0739439065
9780515136371
0515136379
Characteristics: 338 pages ;,22 cm.

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Mahala
Apr 11, 2016

My least favourite of the series but I still enjoyed it. More for how the story progressed in it and the 3 girls relationships progressed along with the new business. It wasn't my favourite romance story. You need to read this book though for book 3.

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pbennett63
Nov 20, 2015

Good fantasy trilogy of 6 good friends.

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Mahala
Apr 11, 2016

My least favourite of the series but I still enjoyed it. More for how the story progressed in it and the 3 girls relationships progressed along with the new business. It wasn't my favourite romance story. You need to read this book though for book 3.

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Monica
Feb 25, 2011

There is no reward without work, no victory without effort, no battle won without risk. p.208

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