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ISBN: 0451209281
Author: Catherine Coulter
Language: English
Publisher: Berkley; Revised ed. edition (November 5, 2002)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 777
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Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Catherine Coulter is the New York Times bestselling author of the FBI Thrillers featuring husband and wife team Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock

Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Catherine Coulter is the New York Times bestselling author of the FBI Thrillers featuring husband and wife team Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. She is also the author-with J. T. Ellison-of the Brit in the FBI series. She lives in Sausalito, California. Series: Medieval Song Quartet (Book 2).

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Coulter's medieval melody continues-second in the song series. Lord Graelam de Moreton is willing to accept his new bride, Kassia, as she appears-innocent and guileless

Coulter's medieval melody continues-second in the song series. Coulter's medieval melody continues-second in the song series. Lord Graelam de Moreton is willing to accept his new bride, Kassia, as she appears-innocent and guileless.

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Narrated by Anne Flosnik. Lord Graelam de Moreton is willing to accept his new bride, Kassia, as s.

Coulter's medieval melody continues-second in the song series. Lord Graelam de Moreton is willing to accept his new bride, Kassia, as she appears-innocent and guileless. But appearances can be deceiving...

Comments:

Reddefender
***SPOILERS***This book was so frustrating. The hero seems nice at first, and then for no reason, he gets mad at his wife and rapes her. She trusted him, and thought he was kind, but when he found her making him a tunic in secret to surprise him, he got mad that she had used material that he owned to make the shirt without asking his permission first. Then when she runs from him in fear and trips, he curses her for her stupidity, throws her on the bed and rapes her. This was not their first time sleeping together, but he was so rough that she was sobbing and there was blood on the sheets. It all goes downhill from there. He cheats on her with servants and doesn't care when she catches him. He gets other women pregnant while he is married to her. He fails to see how good she is, while being blinded to the faults of everyone else. He never never never says he is sorry. Not once in the entire book. He treats her with suspicion and mistrust. And through all this, she decided she loves him. In the final pages, he decides he might love her too, but not enough to apologize. In fact, he is going to be gracious and forgive her for imagined wrongdoings. This was disgusting, and not romantic at all. I was looking for romance, not this puke. Save your time and money.
Ger
Second in Coulter's Song series, this is the story of Graelam de Moreton, the bad boy knight from the first book, WARRIOR'S SONG. On his return from the crusades, Graelam saves the life of a French nobleman; his reward is the man's estate and his daughter, Kassia de Lorris of Brittany. They were married while Kassia was ill, unconscious and expected to die, but she didn't die and so Graelam finds himself with a delicate wife he never would have sought. Kassia is gentle, shy and biddable, and unusual for Graelam, he is gentle with her--at first. Really, he was so tame I hardly recognized the man who raped a young woman in WARRIOR SONG.

But all is not tame for long, and Graelam, who had been gentle with his new bride, turns harsh, particularly when he believes (incorrectly) that she has betrayed him, a belief he holds for most of the book.

What I liked: Coulter does a superb job of bringing to life once again the late 13th century (though no date is given, it is clear this book follows WARRIOR'S SONG set in 1272). The description of the castles, the fortifications and the clothing and food are accurate to the period and the role of women and the language is just medieval enough to suggest the earlier time. Her plot is intriguing and held my interest.

What detracted: We knew Graelam was a domineering, take-what-you-want-by-force kinda guy and so I was not expecting a beta male here, but I do think pairing him with a heroine who was more often given to tears than action made them seems mismatched. Coulter did a good job with the characters she drew but still, they weren't quite as good a pair at Chandra and Jerval in WARRIOR'S SONG (and we get to see them here in a cameo appearance). Still, even with the negatives, I liked the story and can recommend it.

The Medieval Song Series:

WARRIOR'S SONG (earlier version titled CHANDRA)
FIRE SONG
EARTH SONG
SECRET SONG
Steelraven
I like the alpha male as much as anyone but this was way too much for me... Took me three sittings to finally finish this book. I never right reviews of books but this one was just so off for me I had to.
*****spoiler alert****
He rapes her over and over again and the spineless ninny just takes it but loves him anyway? Huh? She is soft to the point of moronic and her one single redeeming spurt of defiance when she moves back in with her father ends in less than a page the instant he says I love you after an entire novel of abusing her?! No way... This hero was a monster!
Cordann
Great reading these series!
Goltigor
It had a fun story. The plot was fast paced. It was somewhat cruel and sad in many parts. Frustrating in the lack of trust between them. Enjoy.
Burilar
Absolutely thoroughly enjoyed reading Fire Song. Will read it several more times. I'm glad she saved Graelam. Even though I don't feel he made reparations to Mary.
lacki
A good read.
I really enjoyed this book. It has much more of a plot than the typical cookie cutter historical romance. I definitely recommend!

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