Book Reviews of Fire Song

Fire Song
Fire Song
Author: Catherine Coulter
ISBN-13: 9780451161765
ISBN-10: 0451161769
Publication Date: 12/3/1985
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Part of the Medieval "Song" series.
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Fiery and disturbing
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Book two of the Song quartet. The hard and ruthless Lord Graelam de Moreton acquires a wife, the innocent Kassia de Lorris of Brittany, through no fault of his own. Kassia must prove her mettle and his respect and love.
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2nd novel in the Medieval "Song" quartet. This is the story of Lord Graelam de Moreton, who first appeared in "Warrior's Song".
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Kassia is ignorant in the ways of men and marrys. He houses his mistress in his home. Kassia has finally had enough and runs away only to the wrong place. Will he save her
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good period romance
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Lord Graelam de Moreton first appeared in Warrior's Song. He was a warrior, a man both hard and ruthless, a man who took what he wanted and never looked back. He was, and still is a very bad boy. But things change and Graelam finds himself in a situation he never anticipated: he has gotten himself a wife through no fault of his own. Kassia de Lorris of Brittany is gentle and yielding, untested in the ways of men. She cheats death only to find herself wedded to a stranger. When the two meet as husband and wife at Graelam's castle of Wolffeton in Cornwall, Kassia is prepared to give obeisance to this man her father chose for her. Graelam is willing to accept her as she appears-a lady as innocent and guileless as rainwater flowing through his fingertips. But things change again. Graelam comes to believe that she has betrayed him. It's time for Kassia to prove her mettle. You'll be seeing Graelam and Kassia again in Earth Song and Secret Song.
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Good story. Good series.
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Lord Graelam de Moreton is a warrior, a man both hard and ruthless, a man who takes what he wants and never looks back--
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If you like Coulter, you will like this! Part of Coulter's series Earth Song and Secret Song.
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I really like Coulter's older romance novels - particularly the ones set in medieval England. Such fun!
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Good read, grabbed me and kept me interested.
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In Medieval Cornwall, Kassia de Lorris of Brittany cheats death only to find herself wedded to a stranger-the ruthless warrior Lord Graelam de Moreton.
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You need to read the books in order. I thought that the book was ok.
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I loved this book it was a very moving story
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Great book
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First in the SONG series, but built upon the characters introduced in CHANDRA. Kassie is dying, and her father decides to gift his estate to the man who just saved his life, Graelem de Morten, by marrying him to Kassie before she dies. When she lives through her illness, they discover that Graelem is considering marriage to another, and Kassie travels quickly to her husband's home to prevent the marriage. Although she arrives in time, she is confronted by enemies all around, and a husband who does not believe a woman can be truthful and honest.
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Kassia closed her eyes, her body trembling, as Graelam caressed her lips with his fingertips, then lowered his head and kissed the warm satiny softness of her flesh, where no man had ever touched her before. She had not willingly chosen to become the wife of this bold English knight who had brought her to his castle, carried her to his waiting bed, and threatened to conquer her throbbing senses in a whirlwind of passion