Secret Song

  • Title: Secret Song
  • Author: Catherine Coulter
  • ISBN: 9780451209290
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Secret Song First published in this is the final novel in the medieval Song Series by the New York Times bestselling author Roland de Tournay is a handsome rogue with a subtle wit and quick tongue But he
    First published in 1991, this is the final novel in the medieval Song Series by the 1 New York Times bestselling author.Roland de Tournay is a handsome rogue with a subtle wit and quick tongue But he meets his destiny when he must rescue Daria of Fortesque as daring, as clever, as fascinating as he is himself.

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    1. Leave it to Catherine Coulter to write the most perverse but unputdownable story. I think reading a Coulter book is some kind of mental illness. I am usually appalled by her characters but they hold an odd fascination for me. Secret Song is the 4th book in her medieval series. I have read 3 out of the first 4 books and Secret Song would be my favorite out of them, or rather, the one that I find most tolerable. This book is written in Coulter's signature style: extremely mistreated heroine, misca [...]

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    2. I have conflicting feelings towards this one.The story was good but it starts out with rape which spoiled it for me,i just cannot surpass it and i disliked the H almost till the end.The only good thing was that the main issues was solved out,the relationship between H/h started out with cruelty and mistrust,as time passes by their relationship improves and both realize their love for each other but still there's mistrust between them which is the biggest hurdle between them.It is also solved and [...]

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    3. Roland de Tournay is a master of disguise. He's tasked with retrieving Daria of Fortescue from the Earl of Clare, who abducted her while she was on her way to be married to some awful villain. She has a way with visions and instantly knows that Roland is integral to her life. And in her confidence, she lets him take her virginity while he's delirious with fever, then makes the decision that he'll never know about it. Only she turns out pregnant and when she names him the father he isn't so willi [...]

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    4. This one bothered me the most. Graelem (sp?) in Fire Song was a dickhead, but oi, Roland refused to believe almost anything, until the Duke basically told him to pull his head out of his ass.Still a good read, because since it made me seriously disgusted, it means the story was well written!

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    5. I remember now why I quit reading her. Too many rapes, too many references to " man's noun" and "woman's noun".

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    6. 4th in the Song Series Brings All Together in the EndLast in the Song series, this is the story of Roland de Tournay the spy for King Edward in the Holy Land, who we met in EARTH SONG. Set in 1275, in Wales and Cornwall three years after WARRIOR’s SONG, this one begins as Roland takes a job to rescue Daria of Fortesque from a Welsh stronghold where a man who is the enemy of her uncle holds her captive. Her uncle, a cruel selfish man who only sees Daria as a ticket to more lands, tells Roland h [...]

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    7. You know, this used to be one of my favorite books. I read this one after Earth Song when I was in high school and just thought it was so great. I’ve reread it a few times since then and still felt strongly about it. For better or for worse, I love reading reviews on books because it makes me think more critically. Sometimes I agree, sometimes I don’t sometimes it can outright ruin a book for me. Read a review that stuck with me before I started this reread and it was primarily about how bot [...]

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    8. Here is a book to have you hating men as they rape and use women as mere chattel. It's a very frustrating book to read as the honest, caring and kind lady is treated so poorly. I'm not done it yet. I'm on page 178. Daria is pregnant with Roland's child and he is calling her a liar about that. She hasn't been with any other man, but he won't believe her because he is a stupid male. Now he rapes her and I want to hang him up by his toes, and give her riches and a castle Oh, I know, he'll find out [...]

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    9. I read this (library book) because I seriously needed a break from the Outlander series. I can't even begin to say how delicious it was to start AND finish a novel in a single 24 hour period. This one was quick! And dirty! And okay.I'm still not a huge Catherine Coulter fan (head hopping!), but again I'm starting in the middle of a series. I thought the whole "but I'm a woman, so I never get to make any decisions for myself!" theme got old right around the first chapter. WE GET IT. Being a woman [...]

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    10. This was ok. As a teenager, I loved it. As an adult woman, not as muche romance was tempered by the outright degradation that the heroine had to endure. She was really just treated awfully by everyone. her family to her husband. Parts were hard to read and I skipped the sex totally, partly because it made me say EWWW too much and partly from boredom. Why did it get three stars? She's a witchat's cool. You get to see how Dienwald, Phillipa, Kassia, Graelam, Edward and his Queen are doing. That is [...]

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    11. Song series No. 4: Same song different tune. This one was about Daria the abused who is taken prisoner and held for ransom. Roland the king's man is hired to find her and save her. It started out strong, then turned into one of the previous books in the series. Truth that is believed to be a lie, lots of hurt and verbal abuse. Disappointing. I hope the stories in the rest of the series march to a different tune.

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    12. I know this is not a well-liked books by many but it's one of my old-time favourites. Love the way coulter writes, and this book is a classic Coulter with lots of angst, sex scenes, lol moments, drama with the evil o-w and some cheating. I love the way Daria stood up to Roland, and Roland's eventual capitulation to his 'miracle'.

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    13. This was a good story.I lot of it was just sad full of hardships.Nice happy ending though.If you would like to read this book o others please check out booksfreeswap.This book is ready for swap!

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    14. O_O Daria basically leads everyone on a merry goose chase and when she's caught, she's not a happy camper. Time to pay for her misdeeds and she seems to be a little princess, sulky and spoiled.

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    15. What a great story! I laughed and cried many times! Such wonderful writing and really engaging characters!! I love this authors work!!I am currently on a Regency kick and this one was terrific!!

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    16. Medieval Song Novels #4

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    17. Apparently, 'Beloved Quartet' (to describe this series) in this case means really, really awful books.

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    18. Good not great. Fairly typical historical romance.

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    19. Fourth in Coulter 19s Song series, tis novel is filled with kidnapping, rescue and the discovery of love. Coulter writes a wonderful, witty romance.

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    20. So many typos! It was driving me insane. Also, Roland is a jerk. Almost worse than Graelam. This book gave me anxiety and now I remember why it's my least favorite of the series.

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    21. I liked this more than i should have considering the grossness and dubcon. And yet the story ended up weirdly interesting.

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    22. Good book from Catherine.

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    23. Better than the first two.

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    24. EXCELLENT series! Love the characters in these books! Love CATHERINE COULTER!!

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    25. These earlier historical adventures are sometimes hard to take - all the violence against women. If you look underneath that, the story line is one of love and the path leading to it.

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    26. Nice change and easy read

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    27. This was awful. If I had another audio book to listen to while cleaning, I never would have finished it.

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