Healer's Touch

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Healer's Touch

Healer s Touch Marius believes himself to be an ordinary small town apothecary until the imperial guards show up at his door Then he learns the truth he is cousin to the Kjallan emperor Before he was born his mothe

  • Title: Healer's Touch
  • Author: Amy Raby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Marius believes himself to be an ordinary small town apothecary until the imperial guards show up at his door Then he learns the truth he is cousin to the Kjallan emperor Before he was born, his mother eloped with her beloved, leaving the palace and its intrigues behind Now Marius returns to the imperial seat, where he will learn healing magic and struggle to adapt hMarius believes himself to be an ordinary small town apothecary until the imperial guards show up at his door Then he learns the truth he is cousin to the Kjallan emperor Before he was born, his mother eloped with her beloved, leaving the palace and its intrigues behind Now Marius returns to the imperial seat, where he will learn healing magic and struggle to adapt his small town soul to big city life.Meanwhile, the neighboring nation of Sardos has collapsed, and refugees are pouring over the border Isolda, a Sardossian shopkeeper, is among them She has fled her cruel husband and now ekes out a living on the streets of the imperial city.When Marius meets Isolda in the aftermath of a factory explosion, he falls for this determined woman who, like him, is far from home and struggling to find her place But Isolda faces daily discrimination and harassment, while Marius s imperial relatives parade before him a bevy of women they deem suitable to his station Marius must decide is he the emperor s dutiful cousin, grateful for the gifts that have been given him, or is he his mother s son, prepared to sacrifice everything for love

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    1. Latham on said:

      Yes please and thank you, I heartily of approve of both hero and heroine in this. I mean, hero was slightly less memorable than heroine, but I'm not about to complain about a tough and common-sensical woman who takes care of herself and her child and has a plan.

    2. Tynga on said:

      Both Marius and Isolda are judged for what they are not. Marius was raised as a commoner so when he is brought back to court by the Emperor he is judged for his lack of fashion and his simple tastes. Isolda on the other hand is a refuge and is mistreated by nearly every Kjallan, but she’s a strong, fierce and smart woman. They will meet in the middle, and even though they have a lot in common, they will have to overcome many obstacles.I have beta read the last two releases by Amy Raby and I wa [...]

    3. Britney (BookDrunkSloth) on said:

      This is definitely not Raby's best work, but it did not disappoint either.I found myself drawn to Isolda from the start. I wanted to know about her past to see what brought her to make the decisions she did. She was so strong and determined. She really amazed me. This baffled me at first because I'm normally not interested in romances where one of the people was previously married. I have no idea why I have that preference, but through Isolda, Amy Raby took me away from my comfort zone. It worke [...]

    4. paperysoul on said:

      DNF @ 13%, Dec. 6, 2014.Just can't get into it. RD: Nov. 23, 2014.

    5. Stacey on said:

      I liked the main characters and liked seeing Lucien and Vitala from the outside. This was a slower book than the first three. I enjoyed it, but missed the action and wider scope of the previous books.

    6. Claire on said:

      Fun and entertaining, but I didn't connect with the hero or heroine as much as I did with the rest of the series. Seemed to take a while for the action to start, and a few plots fizzled out without resolution. Still, a very good fantasy/alternate history romance series!

    7. Marianne on said:

      Rounded up from 3.5 to 4 stars. Liked both the leads, though I found Isolde's story more interesting. I also appreciated how she handled certain situations. I wonder if the author will do more with this world.

    8. Brenda Pike on said:

      I wish I could do 3.5 stars. I found the characters in this one more interesting than others in the series, as well as the illegal immigration storyline, but the writing is still pretty middle of the road.

    9. LAB☺ on said:

      I really enjoy this series. This one was not my favorite but still very enjoyable. I really like her characters and her stories.

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