The Crimson Crown Themes

Cinda Williams Chima
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True Love

Raisa and Han fell in love while at school, before they each knew the other's identity. For a time they found themselves at odds against one another due to the lies, but their love could not be denied. Now Raisa is the Gray Wolf Queen. There are rules that state that the Gray Wolf Queen cannot marry a wizard. This means Raisa may not marry Han. However, this does not change Raisa's love for Han or his determination to find a way they might be together.

Han spends a lot of the book trying to raise his role in society so that he might marry Raisa while dodging allegations of murder and trying to take over the throne. Han is desperate to find a way to marry Raisa, so desperate that hides the truth from Raisa until she is nearly convinced that he is a killer. It...

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