Å Jewelled Path || Ô PDF Read by ✓ Rosalind Laker

By Rosalind Laker | Comments: ( 337 ) | Date: ( Sep 19, 2019 )

Irene Lindsay opposes her father s will by studying the designs of avant garde artists Lalique, Tiffany, and Faberge The jewel studded world of the great Faberge opens up to the daughter of a London jeweller.There was something besides beauty that set ravishing Irene Lindsay apart from all other women Her emerald eyes twinkled with the promise of never ending excitement.Irene Lindsay opposes her father s will by studying the designs of avant garde artists Lalique, Tiffany, and Faberge The jewel studded world of the great Faberge opens up to the daughter of a London jeweller.There was something besides beauty that set ravishing Irene Lindsay apart from all other women Her emerald eyes twinkled with the promise of never ending excitement The ruby highlights of her thick rich hair beckoned for a man s impassioned touch And the pearly luster of her flawless skin had an alluring sensuality that seemed to beg a possessive caress.Though Irene never lacked for male attention, she yearned for the perfect romance to quench the fire in her blood Then she met two very different men and each one wanted to make her his own She tried to delay the inevitable, but ultimately, the spirited young woman had to make a decision between the man who had shown her unparalleled ecstasy and the other who had taught her enchanting love


  • Title: Jewelled Path
  • Author: Rosalind Laker
  • ISBN: 9780821715048
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Rosalind Laker

A pseudonym used by Barbara vstedal.Barbara vstedal was an author previously writing under the pseudonym Barbara Paul and Barbara Douglas She wrote a few books under this pseudonym but later changed to Rosalind Laker when Barbara Paul gained recognition Her many books include The Sugar Pavilion and To Dance with Kings.



Comments Jewelled Path

  • Dawn (& Ron)

    Recent PBS pick up. My cover is nothing like any of these, very romance in appearance and blurb and very heavy 80's make-up on the female. Looks like the cover artist is Pino, I have got to get it scanned in to see if any of you, especially you BR gals, are familiar with this artist/cover.


  • Triannas Treasures

    I read this book when I was a preteen and ever after it left my with romantic allusions of jewelers. I don't remember the plot anymore just the feeling and the way that it made me want to design and appreciate beautiful things. I'd love to read it again one day.


  • Juanita

    Love it when I discover a new word to use - parure. Great story, revolving around the exciting world of great jewellery, and the changing times at the turn of the 19/20th. centuries.


  • Mystica

    Irene has been born into a jeweller family but she gets scant encouragement from her hide bound father, despite being very talented and accepted into a training school against severe odds. Her support comes from her step mother who understands Irene's talent and the need to create.The time is the 1890s and a time of great change for women particularly. Going into a trade would have been totally forbidden before but Irene is determined to make some kind of life for herself and this she does. It h [...]


  • Julie Barrett

    Jewelled Path by Rosalind LakerLate 1800's Irene has a new Russian stepmother, Sophia and is married to Edmund, he designs jewelry for her.Growing up she outfits her in new clothes, common, practical and colorful. Sophia also takes her to museums and art galleries and they stop in Edmund's jewelry shop where he designs.Irene had learned so much from watching the process of the workers at the jewelry shop throughout the yearssigns jewelery something she always wanted to do. Her father wants her m [...]


  • Ginger

    Set at the turn of the century 1900's, Jewelled Path sets up the scene with out with the old Baroque style and in with Art Nouveau. Our main heroine Irene has an oppressive father, and can't find a decent man. She's extremely ambitious and takes every opportunity to advance her interest in jewelry design. The author explores a woman's advancing role in society with the restrictiveness of male conceit, innate female jealousies, and infidelity.


  • Lorraine

    Tells the story of jeweler Faberge.


  • Diane Wachter

    RDC-M V 4 83, 8/84. Romance.


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