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The Alchemist's Daughter
 
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Elaine Knighton
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The Alchemist's Daughter

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THE QUEST FOR SECRETS HAD DESTROYED ONE MAN SHE LOVED. HER HEART COULD NOT BEAR TO LOSE ANOTHER.

Isidora Binte Deogel had lost her father to alchemy, only to see Sir Lucien de Griswold willingly tread the same dangerous path. And now a cruel irony had made him her soul's desire and her the agent of his doom!

THE NEED FOR ATONEMENT HAD DRIVEN LUCIEN DE GRISWOLD TO FORSAKE ANY
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ebook, 288 pages
Published March 15th 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published February 1st 2005)
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Port-Flavored Dilettante
This hurt to read. It's the kind of romance novel that mires the genre: lazily developed characters, actions, setting, and plot; terribly manufactured drama. I hate the pointless whining about oppression: the fake-feisty heroine cries about not having a choice then acts affronted when given a choice. While in Acre, they barely speak, no feels are developed, no real interaction occurs, but during their farewell, tension and feelings arise. Later during their reunion, they're bantering and can't k ...more
Anne Neville
In Jerusalem, Isidora Binte Deogel watches as her father–a driven and talented alchemist–slowly poisons himself with his dangerous experiments. Shut out from his scholarship, Isidora struggles both with her exclusion and her dislike for the obsession that is driving her father to madness and death. Then a handsome, fair knight, Lucien de Griswold, arrives at their doorstep, obsessed with a desire to learn alchemy himself. Several years after Lucien’s return to England, Deogel’s dying wish is for ...more
Stephanie
A fast and easy read. A mediocre writing style and storyline. It passed the time.
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Elaine Knighton grew up in California, riding her horse over the windswept hills and reading everything she could get her hands on. Her desire for spiritual wisdom fuels her every endeavor. In addition to writing, she paints, plays Celtic fiddle, and rides her Triumph Bonneville all over the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Her award-winning books have 6 foreign editions and have been translated into ...more
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