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A forgotten past a dark mage and an unyielding curseAnother 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 home than jus Who are you You do not know any do you The Cursed Key is a captivating and seamless collaboration between authors Miranda Brock and Rebecca Hamilton and is the paranormal tale of an ancient evil awakening An enthusiastic archaeologist follows whispers on the wind to recover what she believes to be a mundane golden key among crumbled ruins but what she discovers is that some things are meant to remain hidden Shortly after she’s plagued by visions hunted by enigmatic shadows and abruptly tossed into a reality she never knew existed Upon learning the taste of power brings about all manner of dangers she embarks on a journey for answers perhaps even one that will prevent a vile and malevolent force from being unleashed onto the worldThe beauty of this story lies in its charming and exciting adventure From the humid rainforests of Brazil to the uaint town of New Haven to the rolling hills of Scotland to the hidden secrets of the English countryside we travel the world in order to solve a thrilling mystery Every step of the way we’re met with lethal riddles alluring and charismatic individuals and secrets waiting to be revealed A little bit of tomb raiding a little bit of magic a little bit of trekking through the unknown there’s no shortage of risky undertakings The action is unrelenting and severe with lives constantly hanging in the balance and always keeping me on the edge of my seat Power and destruction were calling my name It would be easy with the key around my neck to bring the blood and screams to lifeBrock and Hamilton introduce us to a small yet diverse and developed cast of characters from all walks of life Our main character is Olivia and her curious nature is the catalyst for all the events that transpire throughout the story Upon finding the cursed key her destined life unfurls before her and she’s forced to accept the world as she knows it is but a facade She comes to meet Kael an irritable officer that claims he works for a paranormal agency and their relationship is not necessarily a cordial oneat the start Together they follow a trail of clues that leads them to cross paths with flirty fae watchful witches and a mystical and dangerous foe Each character is crucial and perfectly weaved into this taleThis book contains a highly original and an excellently planned plot told with simple prose making this not only an easy story to read but one I was unable to put down Although written by two separate authors I found the level of cohesion to be incredible and I was pleasantly surprised as I have not yet read works from either I found the pacing to be near perfect – the fat smartly trimmed and the story moving along without a single hitch I went into this story with expectations and nearly all have been met The Cursed Key is an excellent start to a series that left me needing to know what happens next While it ends at a cliffhanger it’s not entirely jarring like some and the initial arc ties up nicely With beautiful environments outstanding character development and evolution and an intriguing mystery this story has a lot to offer and I’m excited to see where Brock and Hamilton take us in the future If you’re looking for a paranormal fantasy with an electrifying adventure then this is the one you wantNote A huge thank you to Xpresso Book Tours and the authors for providing me with an advanced complementary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Payoff (Market Garden, in hopes of finding other priceless artifacts Her reward A mysterious key she has no Daddys Favorite Little Girl idea Tristan & Jared is cursed Soon Olivia realizes she’s brought home than jus Who are you You do not know any do you The Cursed Key Shutter is a captivating and seamless collaboration between authors Miranda Brock and Rebecca Hamilton and 2000 Essential Korean Words - Intermediate is the paranormal tale of an ancient evil awakening An enthusiastic archaeologist follows whispers on the wind to recover what she believes to be a mundane golden key among crumbled ruins but what she discovers What Was Man Created For? 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T an ancient rarityMalevolent visions begin to plague her Unnerved by what they reveal she casts away the keyunknowingly 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 u Thanks to Hiddengemsbookscom and the authors for a free e book in exchange for an honest reviewThe Cursed Key is the first book of an upcoming trilogy Olivia an archaeologist and university researcher finds a strange but compelling key while on a site in Brazil The action builds from there and involves odd keys shape shifters witches fae a dark mage and Olivia discovering her own hidden magic I thought the writing was good with just the right balance of action and description although I would have liked background on the importance of the key and why Olivia's magic had remained hidden her entire life up until this point Overall I thought this was a fun read and look forward to reading the future books in this trilogy

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P 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 pastand a price steeper than what she’s willing to pa A fast paced Paranormal FantasyI would have given this five stars except I don't like cliffhangers An archeologist found a relic in the Brazilian rainforest that changes her life To find help and answers she will travel to New Haven Kinloch Horn and Yorkshire Dales National Park while meeting shifters mages fae and witches A page turner and keeper


10 thoughts on “The Cursed Key

  1. says:

    THE CURSED KEY had a great concept with an original plot  The potential was there for me to love it It had all the aspects of what I look for in my reading choices and did you check out that amazing cover  And here comes the BUT But in the end it fell flat   I was not a fan of either Olivia or Kael both were not very likeable The pace was erratic and not engaging  The relationship lacked any development And in the end nothing was resolved or explained This book was not for me


  2. says:

    Who are you? You do not know any do you? The Cursed Key is a captivating and seamless collaboration between authors Miranda Brock and Rebecca Hamilton and is the paranormal tale of an ancient evil awakening An enthusiastic archaeologist follows whispers on the wind to recover what she believes to be a mundane golden key among crumbled ruins but what she discovers is that some things are meant to remain hidden Shortly after she’s plagued by visions hunted by enigmatic shadows and abruptly tossed into a reality she never knew existed Upon learning the taste of power brings about all manner of dangers she embarks on a journey for answers perhaps even one that will prevent a vile and malevolent force from being unleashed onto the worldThe beauty of this story lies in its charming and exciting adventure From the humid rainforests of Brazil to the uaint town of New Haven to the rolling hills of Scotland to the hidden secrets of the English countryside we travel the world in order to solve a thrilling mystery Every step of the way we’re met with lethal riddles alluring and charismatic individuals and secrets waiting to be revealed A little bit of tomb raiding a little bit of magic a little bit of trekking through the unknown there’s no shortage of risky undertakings The action is unrelenting and severe with lives constantly hanging in the balance and always keeping me on the edge of my seat Power and destruction were calling my name It would be easy with the key around my neck to bring the blood and screams to lifeBrock and Hamilton introduce us to a small yet diverse and developed cast of characters from all walks of life Our main character is Olivia and her curious nature is the catalyst for all the events that transpire throughout the story Upon finding the cursed key her destined life unfurls before her and she’s forced to accept the world as she knows it is but a facade She comes to meet Kael an irritable officer that claims he works for a paranormal agency and their relationship is not necessarily a cordial oneat the start Together they follow a trail of clues that leads them to cross paths with flirty fae watchful witches and a mystical and dangerous foe Each character is crucial and perfectly weaved into this taleThis book contains a highly original and an excellently planned plot told with simple prose making this not only an easy story to read but one I was unable to put down Although written by two separate authors I found the level of cohesion to be incredible and I was pleasantly surprised as I have not yet read works from either I found the pacing to be near perfect – the fat smartly trimmed and the story moving along without a single hitch I went into this story with expectations and nearly all have been met The Cursed Key is an excellent start to a series that left me needing to know what happens next While it ends at a cliffhanger it’s not entirely jarring like some and the initial arc ties up nicely With beautiful environments outstanding character development and evolution and an intriguing mystery this story has a lot to offer and I’m excited to see where Brock and Hamilton take us in the future If you’re looking for a paranormal fantasy with an electrifying adventure then this is the one you wantNote A huge thank you to Xpresso Book Tours and the authors for providing me with an advanced complementary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  3. says:

    The authorpublisher provided a free copy of the book for review purposes thank you Receiving a review copy does not guarantee a positive review and therefore do not affect the opinion or content of the review I thought curses in books would be fun but it turns out I didn't exactly have a grand time with The Cursed Key by Miranda Brock and Rebecca HamiltonOr rather I wish I did but uh I turned out to be as disappointed as I get every holiday season when I try to get deals but get nothing Other than food which is always a good thing but I like stocking up on chocolate 😤The Cursed Key had all the elements that I would enjoy• curses• magic including dark ones• he main character does an oops• there's a steep price involvedBut it turned out to be a huge disappointment and I decided to call it uits at 16% mainly due to the writing The book felt like it was sitting somewhere between the first and final draft with every action being described in detail Sometimes it didn't feel necessary to include some of the details and I felt like I was getting bogged down16% is really early in my opinion to DNF as there isn't much I can formulate a review on but it was hard for me to continue when I didn't feel like I could focus on other aspects Most likely a me thing so I'm hoping others out there aren't as bothered by the writing as I am and enjoy The Cursed Key than I didThis review was originally posted on Bookwyrming Thoughts


  4. says:

    I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review The Cursed Key was a lot of fun I gave it a solid three star rating which means the book was pretty middle of the road for me I truly enjoyed reading about our main character Olivia She was such a strong female protagonist and to be honest that’s one of my biggest buzz words Strong female protagonist? Okay I don’t care what the rest of the book is about let me read thisThe plot was a lot of fun too The journeys Olivia went on with her shape shifting accomplice Kael kept me turning the pages wondering what was to come next It was also fun to read about the faeries and witches that appeared along the way I love urban fantasies because it’s always a great way to escape for me You don’t have to worry too much about world building but you still get the fantastical element thrown inUnfortunately this novel didn’t completely blow it out of the park the way I’d hoped it would The writing felt a bit basic to me Not everyone needs to be on Laini Taylor’s level of prose in fact I’m glad they’re not but I did find it hard to put myself in the fantastical situations The last fight scene took place in a great setting that could have been so atmospheric but it was hard to put myself there with the way it was writtenI also didn’t feel any chemistry between Olivia and Kael Granted there wasn’t much romance if any between them in the first 95% of the book but it is set up in one of the last scenes and I honestly wouldn’t pick up the second novel if there is going to be a romance between those two because I just don’t believe it I felt there was chemistry between Olivia and the faerie she met for twenty minutes in the beginningOverall if you’re looking for a fun uick urban fantasy I’d recommend this It’s not the best book I’ve ever read but it was a lot of fun and at only 230 pages it’s something you could finish in one sitting


  5. says:

    Thanks to Hiddengemsbookscom and the authors for a free e book in exchange for an honest reviewThe Cursed Key is the first book of an upcoming trilogy Olivia an archaeologist and university researcher finds a strange but compelling key while on a site in Brazil The action builds from there and involves odd keys shape shifters witches fae a dark mage and Olivia discovering her own hidden magic I thought the writing was good with just the right balance of action and description although I would have liked background on the importance of the key and why Olivia's magic had remained hidden her entire life up until this point Overall I thought this was a fun read and look forward to reading the future books in this trilogy


  6. says:

    I thought this was an interesting read but I can also see why some reviewers had issues with it The premise definitely builds the book up to thrilling and adventurous than it actually is In fact the whole premise of the book is the heroine looking for a key A key she knows nothing about and by the end still knows nothing about Midway through she finds out the key has a twin and so she searched for that one too a key a plain old key that has some type of power and has gained her an enemy another thing we know nothing about The heroine has a mysterious past life sudden powers and memories that you guessed it she knows nothing about nor does anyone else I thought this would be of a Lara CroftIndiana Jones blend and while the book started that way opens with her exploring secret ruin riddled with puzzles and boobytraps those elements sort of blurred themselves away on the hunt for a boring old key I hated that the MCs would meet characters who could maybe help give her answers but always pointed them to someone else There’s just so many uestions brought about and not a single answer given which I really found frustrating Not sure if I’ll continue on with the series I’m worried it’ll just be of the same


  7. says:

    A fast paced Paranormal FantasyI would have given this five stars except I don't like cliffhangers An archeologist found a relic in the Brazilian rainforest that changes her life To find help and answers she will travel to New Haven Kinloch Horn and Yorkshire Dales National Park while meeting shifters mages fae and witches A page turner and keeper


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  9. says:

    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 totally hooked on this captivating non stop action packed exciting read and I cannot wait to read from this trilogy


  10. says:

    Disclaimer I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my own Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours and Evershade Publishing for this free copy All uotes in this review are taken from the Advanced Reader Copy and may change in final publicationOkay I don’t care what you think about the two Tomb Raider movies with Angelina Jolie in them they are some of my favorite freaking movies in the world and I loved her in both of them Now while I was reading The Cursed Key I couldn’t help but get Lara Croft vibes with her being an archaeologist but also a bad ass living in this beautiful big house after her father passed away Plus hello? She also worked for Yale – I mean I know Croft lives in England but similarities peoplePlus I also got Evie vibes from The Mummy Returns in the beginning of the novel when she was being pulled towards the ruins as if she had been there before Even though of course those ruins have been shut away from the modern world for years right? RiiiiightBut anyway Olivia was such a crazy cool character and I was proud of her for getting into this field and not allowing any of the men or whatever to tear her down just because she was a woman and all that crap She was good at what she does even when she had to start way behind the starting line you know? She was already at a disadvantage because of being a woman and I’m sure that there were a lot of people that didn’t think she could handle it even though her father was her inspiration and was one of the best history teachers at Yale for goodness sakeAnd then this is a trilogy too so of course now I need to know how its going to end because that whole story just blew me away I’m excited I really liked this one and I’m glad I was a part of the blog tour


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