✅ Autumns Flame (The Graistan Chronicles, #4) PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Denise Domning – Ladybooks.us

Autumns Flame (The Graistan Chronicles, #4) Upon Her Husband S Untimely Death Elyssa Of Freyne Petitions England S Court To Avoid A Third Forced Marriage And To Gain Custody Of Her Frail Son Never Again Will A Man Control Her Life Or Her Fate But The Shire S New Sheriff Is No Ordinary Man Although Geoffrey FitzHenry, Lord Coudray Owns The Beauty Of An Angel Save For The Scars His Dead Wife Laid On Him It S Said He S The Devil S Own Spawn He Proves His Black Heart When Steals Her Frail Son From Her To Save Her Son She Must Reveal That She Is With Child And Put Herself In The Sheriff S Custody.Geoffrey FitzHenry Curses The Law That Demands All Pregnant Widows Live As The Sheriff S Ward Until Their Babes Are Born Taking This Coppery Haired Firebrand Into His Sphere Threatens All He Seeks To Protect Behind The Rumors Of His Supposed Evil Nature.

✅ Autumns Flame (The Graistan Chronicles, #4)  PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Denise Domning – Ladybooks.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Autumns Flame (The Graistan Chronicles, #4)
  • Denise Domning
  • English
  • 17 August 2018
  • 0451406125

    10 thoughts on “✅ Autumns Flame (The Graistan Chronicles, #4) PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Denise Domning – Ladybooks.us


  1. says:

    Geoffrey, Lord Coudry, is sheriff of the shire and responsible for all wardenships Elyssa and her son, Jocelyn, are wards of the sheriff She will fight tooth and nail to protect her son Geoffrey will do anything to protect his daughter, Ceilia He is developing feelings for Elyssa Can Geoffrey find happiness with Elyssa and still protect his daughter Can Elyssa protect her son when women are seen as possessions and weak I ve tried to sum up this book without giving spoilers There is much m Geoffrey, Lord Coudry, is sheriff of the shire and responsible for all wardenships Elyssa and her son, Jocelyn, are wards of the sheriff She will fight tooth and nail to protect her son Geoffrey will do anything to protect his daughter, Ceilia He is developing feelings for Elyssa Can Geoffrey find happiness with Elyssa and still protect his daughter Can Elyssa protect her son when women are seen as possessions and weak I ve tried to sum up this book without giving spoilers There is muchto this nov...


  2. says:

    I read all four of Denise Domning s Seasons books in rapid succession Each features a different Graiston brother, yet Geoffrey, the lead in this fourth book, is the one who is nearly unknown He has willfully separated himself from his brothers, to the degree that he takes a sheriff position in order to have separate status from them As sheriff he finds himself, annoyingly, serving as warden to Elyssa and Jocelyn, a widowed lady and her newly titled, minor son Jocelyn s inheritance is insecur I read all four of Denise Domning s Seasons books in rapid succession Each features a different Graiston brother, yet Geoffrey, the lead in this fourth book, is the one who is nearly unknown He has willfully separated himself from his brothers, to the degree that he takes a sheriff position in order to have separate status from them As sheriff he finds himself, annoyingly, serving as warden to Elyssa and Jocelyn, a widowed lady and her newly titled, minor son Jocelyn s inheritance is insecure and due to the suspicious nature of Lord Freyn s and the eldest son s deaths, the pregnant Elyssa is clearly in danger as well With the other books in the series, action and battle arecentral to the plot, but in this installment, only the end amps up for medieval skirmishes.This book has apoignant psychological edge, and the struggles of Elyssa s son and Geoffrey s daughter are central to the plot Elyssa comes to love the mute...


  3. says:

    Anything that starts Come forth, you cocksucking spawn of satan has got to be a good book In typical Medieval fashion, Elyssa no last name has been forced to wed two older men, one right after the other When the second is killed while hunting boor where the quote came from , she is remanded to the Sheriff who gets stuck with all pregnant widows until birth, then they are thrown back into the wind.The sheriff, Geoffrey is a soft hearted man pretending to be the devil incarnate in order to Anything that starts Come forth, you cocksucking spawn of satan has got to be a good book In typical Medieval fashion, Elyssa no last name has been forced to wed two older men, one right after the other When the second is killed while hunting boor where the quote came from , she is remanded to the Sheriff who gets stuck with all pregnant widows until birth, then they are thrown back into the wind.The sheriff, Geoffrey is a soft hearted man pretending to be the devil incarnate in order to protect his silent, grief stricken daughter However, Elyssa ...


  4. says:

    I wish I had some graph paper and rulers to make some charts at the first of the book If you ve been reading her series, some of the characters are slightly familiar, some only mentioned, but they run through relationships so fast, it s hard to keep up The ladies visiting, was priceless, but too much at one time, I felt I needed to make a chart I mentioned earlier Read opening chapters several times, and have found several areas so far I ve had the pleasure of rereading because I missed somet I wish I had some graph paper and rulers to make some charts at the first of the book If you ve been reading her series, some of the characters are slightly familiar, some only mentioned, but they run through relationships so fast, it s hard to keep up The ladies visiting, was priceless, but too much at one...


  5. says:

    4 and Stars A Medieval Rich in Historical DetailSet in 1194, this is the story of Elyssa of Freyne, a pregnant widow, who seeks to avoid a third, forced marriage She also wants custody of her young son Joselyn, who she considers too weak to be a squire, as everyone would have him However, Geoffrey FitzHenry, Lord Coudray, the shire s new s...


  6. says:

    Overall Rating 3.85 Action 3.25 Emotion 4.75 Romance 4 Sensuous 2.75 Intrigue 3.75 Medieval Flavor 5 Humor 8 Tears 6Readers who really enjoy medieval romances should read Autumn s Flame , the fourth book in Denise Domning s The Graistan Chronicles Domning has done an incredible job of giving the reader a true flavor of medieval life in this book as with the entire series the conversations, the action, the feelings all have the tone of twelfth century England.T Overall Rating 3.85 Action 3.25 Emotion 4.75 Romance 4 Sensuous 2.75 Intrigue 3.75 Medieval Flavor 5 Humor 8 Tears 6Readers who really enjoy medieval romances should read Autumn s Flame , the fourth book in Denise Domning s The Graistan Chronicles Domning has done an incredible job of giving the reader a true flavor of medieval life in this book ...


  7. says:

    4 and Stars A Medieval Rich in Historical DetailSet in 1194, this is the story of Elyssa of Freyne, a pregnant widow, who seeks to avoid a third, forced marriage She also wants custody of her young son Joselyn, who she considers too weak to be a squire, as everyone would have him However, Geoffrey FitzHenry, Lord Coudray, the shire s new sheriff, disagrees As sheriff, he must make Elyssa his ward until her child is born and he thinks Joselyn should be sent away to become a squire Instantl 4 and Stars A Medieval Rich in Historical DetailSet in 1194, this is the story of Elyssa of Freyne, a pregnant widow, who seeks to avoid a third, forced marriage She also wants custody of her young son Joselyn, who she considers too weak to be a squire, as everyone would have him However, Geoffrey FitzHenry, Lord Coudray, the shire s new sheriff, disagrees As sheriff, he must make Elyssa hi...


  8. says:

    Started out confusing, with too many characters Not a bad read, but kinda dull.


  9. says:

    Brilliant I have read all four books and although you can read them as stand alones it is most enjoyable following the brothers and brides to be within the series.I found the characters within the stories became my friends and my enemies in line with the stories I looked forward to picking up the story again after the necessary breaks to sleep and work The substance was exceptional and the era was brought to life for me, having not read any books set in this era before The storylines moved Brilliant I have read all four books and although you can read them as stand alones it is most enjoyable following the brothers and brides to be within the series.I found the characters within the stories became my friends and my enemies in line with the stories I looked forward to picking up the story again after the necessary breaks to sleep and work The substance was exceptional and the era was brought to life for me, having not read any books set in this era before The storylines...


  10. says:

    Very good storyI enjoyed the book very much The setting in the 12th century is the fourth book of this series The last of the four brothers is well done as scars are revealed and romance is again sparked.The lives of women of this time are hard to comprehend as they are weighted under the strictures of church and morals that treated as nothing but chattel Women were bartered into marriage as early as age 12, and it seems most of nobility were wed by matches made by families for pr...

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