Synopses & Reviews
Picking up where Blue Flame left readers, Raimon has escaped the pyre and is hiding deep within the mountains of the Occitan. He longs to follow Yolanda to Paris, where she has been forced to marry Sir Hugh. However, he knows he must instead fulfill his duty of protecting the Blue Flame and save their beloved country from the advancing forces set on destroying it. In Paris, Yolanda believes Raimon is dead, she still resists her marriage, and as Sir Hughs war train—backed by the French king—heads for the Occitan, Yolanda must find new ways to fight. Weaving a satisfying, complex tale, master storyteller K. M. Grant draws readers right back into the dramatic love triangle and the chaos of war. Can Yolanda and Raimons love survive the ravages of a siege, her forced betrothal, and the growing divisions within their beloved homeland?
Raimon has escaped 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.
About the Author
K. M. Grant is the author of the much acclaimed de Granville trilogy and
How the Hangman Lost His Heart, based on her own ancestor who was
the last man in England to be hanged, drawn, and quartered. Blue Flame was the
first novel in The Perfect Fire trilogy. She lives in Scotland where she
works as a writer and broadcaster.