Key of Light

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts opens the door to one woman’s search for truth and passion in the first Key Trilogy novel. 

Malory Price’s life plan has hit a snag. She’s in danger of losing her job managing an art gallery in Pleasant Valley, Pennsylvania. A welcome distraction comes in the form of an invitation to a cocktail party at Warrior’s Peak, an infamous estate overlooking the town. But no one else she knows has been invited…

There are only two other guests: Dana Steele, a librarian, and Zoe McCourt, a single mother. On the surface, it seems the women have nothing in common, until their mysterious hosts tell them a story—and offer them a challenge.

Legend has it that the souls of three demigoddesses—one an artist, one a bard, and one a warrior—have been locked in a box that has three keys. Now it’s up to Malory and the others to find the keys. Their reward: a million dollars each.

It all seems too bizarre to be true. But none of them can ignore the financial windfall they stand to gain. And now Malory—with her soul of an artist and eye for beauty—must find her key first. She soon discovers that whatever locked the souls away is dark, powerful, and greedy…and it doesn’t want the women to win.

Don’t miss the other books in the Key Trilogy
Key of Knowledge
Key of Valor

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2 thoughts on “Key of Light

  1. Oh Nora…I love the again I used to read Nora books like my life depended on it. Her writing is why I want to go to Ireland and romance books forever pulp me in. I stopped reading her books for a while because sometimes the illusion of love can be painful to read when you don’t have it.This book reminds me of everything I love about a good Nora book. As usual it never ever fails to suck you in. You have the usual suspects. 3 wonderful ladies set to an unbelievable and magical quest. Malory, Dana and…

  2. Lovely Read As always Nora writes a wonderful story. This book was double fold for me because my husband put thought into a gift I truly wanted and purchased this trilogy for me for my birthday. I have one problem which bothered me was the female characters wishy wasyness. I know it’s necessary for her to come into her own but the male got on my nerves. When a female says no, no should mean no and having a man ignore the no send the wrong signals. He pushes his way into her house, he pushes himself on her,…

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