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Paradise Red: Book Three of the Perfect Fire Trilogyby K. M. Grant
Synopses & Reviews
Master storyteller K. M. Grant brings the dramatic saga of young love and religious conflict to a satisfying end in the final book of the Perfect Fire trilogy. As winter falls upon the Occitan, Raimon must find a way to recover the Blue Flame from the hands of the evil White Wolf. But his plan could lead him back to the pyre—and he might not be so lucky to escape from it again.
Meanwhile, Yolanda—unwillingly married to Sir Hugh des Arcis—is threatened by her husband's desire for a son. As Sir Hugh sets off on a mission to claim the Occitain for France, she makes her own journey through the blizzard to find Raimon, a journey that could end in disaster. As the flames rise one last time, Raimon and Yolanda's fates, like the fates of the Flame and the Occitan itself, hang by a smoky thread.
In the waning days of winter in 1244, with much of Occitan destroyed by the northern crusaders, Raimon, separated from the now-married Yolanda, tries to find a way to recover the Blue Flame from the the hands of the evil White Wolf, leader of a band of Cathars seeking refuge at the mountain fortress of Monts
About the Author
K. M. GRANT is the author of the Perfect Fire trilogy, the acclaimed de Granville trilogy, and How the Hangman Lost His Heart, based on her own ancestor, the last man in England to be hung, drawn, and quartered. She lives in Scotland and works as a writer and broadcaster.
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