She had to be brave enough, smart enough, strong enough, or everything they'd done before her would be for nothing.
Zoe has the courage to raise her young son alone, and to face all the adversity life has thrown at them. But will she have the courage to face a foe determined to do anything to stop the third key from being found - even destroying everything - and everyone - she loves? I fell right in love with Brad and was frustrated right along with him where Zoe was concerned. I fell in love with Simon right alongside Brad and before the story began, I was already in love with Brad.
The kind that will make quick work of anyone that would try to hurt you. I loved his wealth of love that he had for both Zoe and Simon. Almost right from the very beginning, he had that thing for Zoe. And I loved how he explained his feelings to her. He knew that she was unsure of if he loved her face from the painting or if he truly did love her.
And the way he explained it all to her was just oh so sweet and made my insides tingle with delight. I loved the way he was with Simon and I loved the way Simon loved him as a friend and then as a Dad. The only thing that would have made this book even better for me was if NR would have brought James back into the picture so that Zoe could have told him what a weenie he was for not standing by her when he got her pregnant. I wanted James to see what he missed out on and how great a son Simon was and the woman that Zoe grew up to be without his help.
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I wanted him to see it and regret that he never stood by her. Zoe and her hesitation sort of got on my nerves but not enough for it to ruin the book for me. I really enjoyed this series and I really enjoyed reading this book in particular. I loved seeing Zoe come into her own and see the goodness that other people see in herself and I loved how she was finally able to accept Brad and his love. So all in all, this series was a sure winner for me and this book was a pleasant ending to another fantastic series done by NR.
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Feb 03, Dina rated it liked it Shelves: paranormal-romance. 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 This final installment in the Key trilogy was the weakest for me.
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. I admit I didn't like Zoe very much from the glimpses I had on the previous books, Key of Light and Key of Knowledge : she came across like this "wonder woman", larger than life and independent to the point of being too stubborn. Unfortunately, my impression didn't change after reading this book and there was a time or two when I wanted to give her a good shake to make her see reason.
Her reluctance to accept Brad's love was justifiable in the beginning - after all, single mothers are, or should be, wary when considering a new romantic relationship - but I though she dragged it a little too long. If Brad was a "shady" character, I could understand it, but he was far from it. Brad was the handsome, honest millionaire with a heart of gold, no flaws and not a single skeleton in the closet.
He fell fast and hard for Zoe and, bonus points there, he also adored her son Simon. The ultimate good guy, he was perfection in flesh and bone, there was absolutely nothing wrong with him Would I love to have a guy like him in real life? But that kind of hero doesn't work for me in Romancelandia, I'm sorry to say.
Hmm, maybe that's why Zoe took so long to fall for him, LOL.
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