White Heat

White Heat The Perfect Fire trilogy continues after Raimon escapes the pyre and heads into hiding deep within the mountains of the Occitan Although he longs to follow Yolanda to Paris where she has been forced t

  • Title: White Heat
  • Author: K.M. Grant
  • ISBN: 9780802796950
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Perfect Fire trilogy continues after Raimon escapes the pyre and heads into hiding deep within the mountains of the Occitan Although he longs to follow Yolanda to Paris where she has been forced to marry Sir Hugh, he must fulfill his duty of protecting the Blue Flame to save their beloved country from the advancing forces set on destroying it Meanwhile, Sir Hugh mustThe Perfect Fire trilogy continues after Raimon escapes the pyre and heads into hiding deep within the mountains of the Occitan Although he longs to follow Yolanda to Paris where she has been forced to marry Sir Hugh, he must fulfill his duty of protecting the Blue Flame to save their beloved country from the advancing forces set on destroying it Meanwhile, Sir Hugh must find a way to carry out his king s wishes without ruining his chance to win Yolanda s heart The action, suspense, and romance continue as K M Grant weaves a complex and satisfying romantic triangle amidst the chaos of war Can Yolanda and Raimon s love survive the ravages of a siege, her forced betrothal, and thegrowing divisions within their beloved home

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    • Mara says:

      It has been a while since I have read the first book in the Perfect Fire Trilogy called Blue Flame, but even so the characters and events were all fresh enough in my mind to follow White Heat with ease. After all, Blue Flame had an ending that is bloody hard to forget. It took me a little while to get used to the idea once more that a country - the land Amouroix - is in fact the narrator of the story. I know how strange that that must sound, but it isn't exactly a continuous narration. Every onc [...]

    • Lady Knight says:

      I was so excited when I finally got my hands on this book! I had been waiting over a year and so had great expectations for it. Unfortunately this volume in the series was not as good as the previous one. Yolanda and Raimon both have a lot of growing up to do (and thankfully within fifteen pages of the end, they both seem to have achieved a measure of maturity) and Hugh, rather than continue to be a villan, becomes quite a likable character, who really loves Yolanda despite it being a forced arr [...]

    • Crowinator says:

      I pretty much avoid historical fiction and straight-up romances, so when I had to read Blue Flame, the first in this 13th century romance series, I was not happy. But I actually liked it because of the nuanced story and complex characters, so I didn't whine when I got the second one. This sequel deepens the relationship between the protagonists (Cathar Raimon and Catholic Yolanda, now separated by more than class and religion since Yolanda has been sent to Paris to marry another and Raimon is a [...]

    • KristineMcLola says:

      The Perfect Fire trilogy continues to surprise me as the series goes on. I certainly have fallen in love with our crafty new character and K.M. Grant is an excellent writer. The description in the book is spot on and you can really feel what the main characters are going through. Hardships are plenty and magic is flowing. For some reason, I can't seem to pick up the next book because I'm afraid that I won't be impressed with it as much as I was with this one. There is definitely a fire in K.M Gr [...]

    • Phoebe says:

      I liked Book 2 better than the first book in this exciting, turbulent series--the characters were deeper, less black and white, and Grant's writing seemed richer. Yolanda is taken to Paris, marries Hugh against her will, while Raimon, holed up with the Flame and his followers in the hills above Castleneuf, is forced to surrender to Aimery. How in the world is Grant going to wrap up all of the threads in this intriguing story, without taking the easy way out and killing somebody off? I can't wait [...]

    • Amanda says:

      I don't remember much specifically from this book because i read the 3rd one ring after it, but it was a good continuation of Blue Flame. Yolanda and Raimon each have their own personal struggles along with the turmoil their country is going through. I really love the historical and religion of Grant's books. A little bit of fact spun into a story makes for a great book.

    • Valerie says:

      Honestly, I only read this book because of the cover. I didn't read the first book, and I don't plan on reading the third one, either. I liked this book. Sort of. I didn't find myself getting into this story too much. In fact, the best part I liked about this book was the romance. I also did like the historical part of the book, but that was about it that I liked.

    • Shara says:

      It was a good follow up on the story that began in Blue Flame. I am waiting for my library to get the next book so that I can find out what Happens to the star crossed lovers!!

    • Shelley says:

      This was better than the first- you really get to know the characters and there is lots going on.

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