Chandra first appeared in 1984. I've rewritten it
extensively and changed the title to Warrior's
Song, as this book rightfully belongs in the
Chandra de Avenell might look like a golden princess, but
she fights like a warrior, dreams a warrior's dreams, and
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 hernot an easy task.
How does a man convince a woman he coerces into marriage
to become a wife? To give him her loyalty and her trust?
Love is something he would like to consider as well. But
what if the wife has no intention of cooperating? Does he
break her or finally give up on her?
Warrior's Song introduces Graelam de Moreton, a
real bad boy, who has his mate thrust upon him in the
second book of this series, Fire Song.