Key of Valour by Nora Roberts

Key of Valour (Key trilogy #3)Key of Valour by Nora Roberts

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is the third in the Key Trilogy, but the first one I’ve read in the series so for me the start was rather slow because I needed to get my head around the characters. I also need to understand the storyline so far.

Three daughters of a far off land are trapped by an evil sorcerer. It will take three mortals to each complete a task and battle with an evil force called Kane. Three women have been chosen and they become friends whilst on their quests. Each has a love interest to entwine amongst the storyline.

This book, Key of Valour, tells the tale of Zoe. Single mother, from a poor background. She has worked hard for all she has achieved so far. She is a fierce warrior and will protect her son until the end. Hers is the final and hardest quest to find a hidden key.

In the real world, Zoe and her two new friends Dana and Malory are about to open a new business venture together and their lives are brought closer together as they work towards their opening date. With Dana and Malory each finding their own love, Zoe doesn’t want to fall for Bradley just because he is the only male left. She must be completely sure that any future they might have together will be right for both her and her son Simon.

Once I had got into the story, it was written in true Nora Roberts style, which I love reading, so it didn’t disappoint. I think it would be best to read the whole series if you get the chance.

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Good Deeds Week 9th – 15th March

Welcome to my weekly roundup of my year long challenge to do one Good deed a day for a year. This challenge began back in April 2013 and is still going strong. My inspiration came from reading “A Year of Doing Good” by Judith O’Reilly. Here is what I’ve been up to this week.

Good deeds

March 9th – Making afternoon tea for the in-laws today and catching up with all their news.

March 10th – Had a lovely morning helping out at school. Posted my book review of The Royal Descendant by local author John P Ford ย on the blog today http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-4Ph and was delighted for him when he told me he’s going to be promoting his book at Costa Coffee in Fleet on Saturday 22nd March 10.00am – 2.00pm.

March 11th – Sent out an invite to a friend to come for a coffee next week. Did a little job for someone else at work this morning, who was busy elsewhere. Invited author Roy Dimond for a virtual coffee after finishing reading his book The Singing Bowl and thoroughly enjoying it, we had a lovely chat about his writing across the Universe. Roy will be a guest here on the blog on March 27th along with his co-author of Saving Our Pennys, Jeff Lietch.

March 12th – Good Deeds received, had a lovely gift in the post, Derek’s Revenge sent to me by the lovely Mac Black. Look out for a review of this book in May. Invited friends over for tea next Wednesday.

March 13th – Found that my neighbours had left their back gate wide open and then gone away for a few days, so I shut it for them making the garden less exposed. This isn’t the first, over the years I’ve shut neighbours garage doors and even a front door when people have rushed off leaving them wide open for days at a time. Finished reading three books today; Key of Valour by Nora Roberts, Me and Billy the Kid by Briana Vedsted and X by Jack Croxall.

March 14th – Tidied up the blogs that I follow in the reader section of WordPress, followed some new bloggers. Started reading Blackwater by Alison Willams. Good Deeds received, a friend has organised a girls night out for us in a couple of weeks time.

March 15th – Sue Koenig author of The Bench, let me know her book was now up on Amazon and Goodreads, I have previously read and reviewed it and have now posted my reviews. Her book is poetry and short stories. Sue is also a fellow A to Z challenger.