The Malory Price Life Plan does not include a quixotic quest - but the strangers on Warrior's Peak claim that she must find a key that will release three souls held captive by an evil god.
Little does she know that the quest will bring her two new friends: the love of her life - and danger beyond anyone's imagination.
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©2004 Nora Roberts; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
It deffinatley changed my mind when listened to this mallory i thought snotty but flynns a sweet heart and i love the readers differences in each charater thats what i look for in a audio book
This was yet another wonderful Nora Roberts story that I'd read previously, I'd yet to experience in the world of Audible. I loved being able to lose myself in the characters with the narrator's voices and intonations. I can't wait to listen to the next!
A very lonely 90 year old woman
Any good book to cleanse my pallet
This book is bad on so many levels. First, a ridiculous story involving Irish gods and a search for keys. If this was a fantasy type novel, perhaps it would work, but this plot is such a minor part of the book it seems silly. This book is all about sex and male/female interaction. The plot is just an excuse for making this book. Second, it is written really bad. The sex scenes are laughable with lines like "he pilfered her lips". Wow. Then there is the banter between the supposed males in this book. It was obviously written by a woman because no men that I know talk like this.
Do yourself a favor-- pass on this book and the whole series.
I have always liked the romance novels by Nora Roberts but this weird gods and goddess junk is ridiculous. I will be very careful when making any further purchases by this author since I could barely get through this one, I have no intention of getting book 2.
Brilliant story with the best narrator. She made the entire story come alive. I can't wait to listen to her again. Highly enjoyable!
Nora Roberts knows how to weave a good yarn. Her character are real. Almost makes one believe in magick ..... Almost.
"good start of another trilogy by nora roberts."
at the moment it is on par with her other romantic trilogies.
one of her other trilogies dealing with celtic myths. so far this one is good but it really depends on the third book. I have found the first two books are really good but the third part can be a bit of a let down.
I think she narrates all of nora Roberts books and does a good job of performing it.
it held my attention all the way through but you can't listen to a 10 hours book in one sitting.
nora Roberts is a very good writer with good characterisation and plot which holds your attention and keeps it there. the only reason I have given it a four star rating is that personally I don't like explicit descriptions of intercourse. in some cases you can't fast play through these scenarios as you could miss something important to the story. also in these scenarios the sex is always fantastic..
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