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The Cursed Key (The Cursed Key Trilogy, #1) A forgotten past, a dark mage, and an unyielding curse.Another team beat free spirited archaeologist Olivia Perez to the dig of a lifetime, and now she s left with the choice to wait for scraps or brave a dangerous, dusty tomb in hopes of finding other priceless artifacts Her reward A mysterious key she has no idea is cursed Soon, Olivia realizes she s brought homethan just an ancient rarity.Malevolent visions begin to plague her Unnerved by what they reveal, she casts away the key unknowingly placing it into the waiting hands of a dark mage bent on destruction Only when a shifter agent from the Paranormal Intelligence and Tracking Organization arrives searching for the key does Olivia realize what a huge mistake she s made Forced to team up with the ill tempered shifter, her journey to reclaim the cursed key leads down a twisting path of dark histories, dangerous magic, and deadly obstacles But Olivia s efforts to take back the ancient relic before the dark mage can destroy the lives of humans, shifters, witches, and fae alike are thwarted by her own dark past and a price steeper than what she s willing to pay. Best Download Books The Cursed Key (The Cursed Key Trilogy, #1) By Miranda Brock – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. OMG this is just awesome A fantastic collaboration between these two authors that brings you a well written adventurous story that will have you on the edge of your seat the whole time I love the kick ass female mc and am t...

  2. Great Story This was full of action with drama and suspense throughout it It was a unique story Olivia was a kick butt of a woman who at times shows a softer side Kael is this grouchy but protective It is gripping...

  3. The Cursed Key is about a girl who has no idea she is cursed and Malevolent has casted away the key Malevolent doesn t the want the dark mages to have the key because if they do it can cause alot damage She has to team up with the ill tempered shifter and she has to go to reclaim the key.

  4. This really shouldn t be likened to Tomb Raider It is so far from it So, I was expecting an Indiana Jones adventure with exotic locals, and lots of history, booby trap adventures, and some romance What I got was one opening scene of Tomb Raider, then a veeeerrry long stretch in contemporary USA where the heroine just had vision after vision without really leaving her house Seriously, there was no dialogue for six solid chapters after leaving her team in the jungle The heroine is unfriendly, This really shouldn t be likened to Tomb Raider It is so far from it So, I was expecting an Indiana Jones adventure with exotic locals, and lots of history, booby trap adventures, and some romance What I got was one opening scene of Tomb Raider, then a veeeerrry long stretch in contemporary USA where the heroine just had vision after vision without really leaving her house Seriously, there was no dialogue for six solid chapters after leaving her team in the jungle The heroine is unfriendly, hostile, and antagonistic, while the guy she partnered up with was rude and chauvinistic he insisted on driving her car when they first meet up and he wouldn t take no for an answer Seriously, who does that I don t even trust my friends with my car And who raids the fridge of the person they just met an hour before And they didn t learn any lessons or change their personalities by the end of the book either C...

  5. Spoilers Mild spoilers below So, I wavered on what I should rate this book I initially was going to score it lower, but as the book progressed and I gotwrapped up in the story I began to see aredeeming side of The Cursed Key However, calling it an Adult urban fantasy book seems a little off as it readlike a young adult novel to me That might just be my perception though as I tend to readyoung adult than adult novels My biggest issue with the book is that the be Spoilers Mild spoilers below So, I wavered on what I should rate this book I initially was going to score it lower, but as the book progressed and I gotwrapped up in the story I began to see aredeeming side of The Cursed Key However, calling it an Adult urban fantasy book seems a little off as it readlike a young adult novel to me That might just be my perception though as I tend to readyoung adult than adult novels My biggest issue with the book is that the beginning around 1 4 of the book seemed to drag on, but then the last 3 4 seemed to go by very quickly and almost felt rushed The book isn t very long to begin withputs it at 229 pages, on my iBooks it was around 400 pages and I feel like it would it did the plot and character development a disservice by keeping it shorter While it is a trilogy, the first book almost gave me whiplash with all the scene changes and rapid character relationship devel...

  6. Sacrifice to surrender Blood to bind A dark mage had stolen a cursed key from me, a key that had awoken some kind of ancient magic deep inside myself Now I was stuck with a grumpy man who could change into a jaguar and he was driving my car to find a shady witch Olivia Perez Olivia Perez is an archeologist, and wildly excited about investigating newly discovered the ancient ruins of Vale do Jabari in Brazil Drawn to the site, a knowing tugged Olivia away from her team and deeper into th Sacrifice to surrender Blood to bind A dark mage had stolen a cursed key from me, a key that had awoken some kind of ancient magic deep inside myself Now I was stuck with a grumpy man who could change into a jaguar and he was driving my car to find a shady witch Olivia Perez Olivia Perez is an archeologist, and wildly excited about investigating newly discovered the ancient ruins of Vale do Jabari in Brazil Drawn to the site, a knowing tugged Olivia away from her team and deeper into the rain forest Finding herself in another location, withancient ruins, Olivia is startled when a large male jaguar threatens her As Olivia is attempting to protect herself, the ground gives way and Olivia finds herself in a previously unknown chamber.The knowing returns Following the strange tugging sensat...

  7. A forgotten past, a dark mage, and an unyielding curse.Another team beat free spirited archaeologist Olivia Perez to the dig of a lifetime, and now she s left with the choice to wait for scraps or brave a dangerous, dusty tomb in hopes of finding other priceless artifacts Her reward A mysterious key she has no idea is cursed Soon, Olivia realizes she s brought homethan just an ancient rarity.Malevolent visions begin to plague her Unnerved by what they reveal, she casts away the key unk A forgotten past, a dark mage, and an unyielding curse.Another team beat free spirited archaeologist Olivia Perez to the dig of a lifetime, and now she s left with the choice to wait for scraps or brave a dangerous, dusty tomb in hopes of finding other priceless artifacts Her reward A mysterious key she has no idea is cursed Soon, Olivia realizes she s brought homethan just an ancient rarity.Malevolent visions begin to plague her Unnerved by what they reveal, she casts away the key unknowingly placing it into the waiting hands of a dark mage bent on destruction Only when a shifter agent from the Paranormal Intelligence and Tracking Organization arrives searching for the key does Olivia realize what a huge mistake she s made.Forced to team up with the ill tempered shifter, her journey to reclaim the cursed key leads down a twisting path of dark histories, dangerous magic, and deadly obstacles But Olivia s efforts to take back the ancient relic before the dark mage can destroy ...

  8. I am not quite sure what to make of this book There are elements of it that I enjoyed, but there were definitely some issues with it I enjoyed the paranormal aspect and the idea that such a paranormal world existed was unknown to the heroine at the book start, but I didn t feel like the MacGuffin, the key, was explained well enough so that the reader would know why it was so important to everyone We weren t really given much background about it to understand its significance nor were we told I am not quite sure what to make of this book There are elements of it that I enjoyed, but there were definitely some issues with it I enjoyed the paranormal aspect and the idea that such a paranormal world existed was unknown to the heroine at the book start, but I didn t feel like the MacGuffin, the key, was explained well enough so that the reader would know why it was so important to everyone We weren t really given much background about it to understand its significance nor were we told what exactly it did I thought that the two main characters had grating personalities, which sometimes made them annoying to read about I also thought the heroine acted unprofessionally and unethically at times The opening jungle sequence was a good start to the story, but then the pacing slowed down to a crawl when the heroine returned to the United States luckily, it did pick up again towards the middle of the book Some of these flaws may be overlooked when you re reading because the author act...