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Series: Merlin's Legacy Series by cover 1—7 of 7 show all. Daughter of Fire by Quinn Taylor Evans. The Clown's sister has gotten herself pregnant by yielding to the advances of a mysterious stranger; she and the Clown are now wandering through the forest, searching for the father of the child, or at least a father for the child.
They stumble upon Prince Uther, who is wandering through the same forest, distracted and disconsolate after catching sight of a woman with whom he has instantly fallen in love. Overhearing this, the Clown solicits Uther as a potential husband for Joan, much to the prince's outrage. As he beats them, their cries are heard by courtiers searching for the prince, who interrupt the scene and carry Uther back to court. The Clown and Joan are left to continue their search. At court, Aurelius's infatuation has led to a sudden marriage with Artesia. One British noble, Edol, is so outraged that he flees the court to nourish his opposition.
The court now blends British and Saxon influences, though not smoothly or happily.
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The Hermit has a contest of power with a Saxon magician; the Christian Hermit triumphs over pagan magic. Prince Uther enters, and sees that the woman who has caused his distraction is now his brother's wife and the new British queen. Aurelius recognises the situation, and withdraws in anger and jealousy.
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They confront various courtiers, with comically unsuccessful results. Finally, though, they encounter the actual father: though Joan sees him as a handsome courtier, the Clown can recognise him for a devil, "his feet and head horrid". Joan pursues him, and the Clown loyally follows her.
In the second-level plot, Modestia embraces her religious vocation; in a familial confrontation, Modestia's defence of her choice is so persuasive that her sister Constantia is converted to the spiritual life and rejects her suitor, just as Modestia has done. Donobert is outraged, but urges Cador and Edwin not to give up on his daughters yet.
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Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 3. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Overview She is Brianna of Scotland, second daughter of Merlin, the greatest and most feared of all sorcerers. As ethereal as mist, she is a secret changeling who can transform into the creatures of the forest, air, and sea. Caught between the worlds of reality and enchantment, she could be lost forever Tarek al Sharif, the son of a Byzantine noblewoman and a Norse sea captain, has come to Scotland to claim lands promised him by William the Conqueror.
When he spies the tawny-haired creature on a misty battlefield, the fierce-eyed warrior thinks he is dreaming. For his lovely savior is not a vision, but a woman who enflames his heart with forbidden desire