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Warrior's Song (Song Series)
     

Warrior's Song (Song Series)

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by Catherine Coulter
 

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A medieval melody begins in the prequel to the Song series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter.

Chandra de Avenell might look like a golden princess, but she fights like a warrior, dreams a warrior’s dreams, wears a warrior’s pride like a suit of armor. She wants to be strong, independent and free.

Overview

A medieval melody begins in the prequel to the Song series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter.

Chandra de Avenell might look like a golden princess, but she fights like a warrior, dreams a warrior’s dreams, wears a warrior’s pride like a suit of armor. She wants to be strong, independent and free. She has no use at all for a husband.

Enter the man her father has selected for her. Jerval de Vernon takes one look at Chandra, and he wants her. After he saves her from a very bad situation, he sets himself to wooing her, not an easy task.

Now Jerval must figure out how to coerce Chandra into giving him her loyalty and trust—and maybe even her love. But his new wife has no intention of giving in easily...



Originally published as Chandra.


From the Paperback edition.

Editorial Reviews

Milwaukee Journal
Excellent.
Atlanta Constitution
Sinfully delicious.
From the Publisher
Praise for the novels of #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Catherine Coulter
 
“A hot-blooded romp.”—People

“Bawdy fare, Coulter-style…romance, humor, and spicy sex talk.”—Kirkus Reviews
 
“Coulter is excellent at portraying the romantic tension between her heroes and heroines.”—Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
“Unexpected plot twists, witty dialogue, and an engaging cast of characters.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“Catherine Coulter delivers…straightforward, fast-paced romance.”—Minneapolis Star Tribune

“Coulter's characters quickly come alive and draw the reader into the story—When you have to put the book down for a while, you can hardly wait to get back and see what's going on.”—The Sunday Oklahoman

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101209226
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/01/2001
Series:
Medieval Song , #1
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
79,512
File size:
494 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Catherine Coulter is the #1 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.

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Warrior's Song (Song Series) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book now resides in my trash can. I couldn't make it past the opening rape scene. It horrifies me that Coulter believes it's acceptable for a 'hero' to use rape to get his way. He rapes Chandra's servant in order to coerce Chandra into marrying him! There was NO REASON for Coulter to introduce this kind of brutality, and I am stunned. This is a man I'm supposed to want Chandra to be with? Buy this book if you are into rape fantasies. Otherwise, don't touch it with a ten foot pole.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book started out great, until Graelam decided to rape an innocent servant while his men watched! An appalling story line! Ms Coulter obviously liked this idea, as evident in Graelam's own story Fire Song; where she has him do the same thing to his wife Kassia!
Anonymous 11 months ago
Read this first about ten years ago and have read it many times since then. It is still one of my favorites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish Barnes & Noble had a refund policy for bad books! I only made it through 125 pages of this ... I kept hoping it would get better. It didn't. The main characters had no personality; nothing was done to make you like them. The lead female had no personality at all. The dialogue between her and basically anyone she talked to was very stilted and robotic. I could not finish it.
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