Viking Romance

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Come the Morning

Twelfth century Scotland is a wild and brutal place. Between the usual skirmishes, there is always the problem of Viking marauders. King David has been very careful to cultivate what relationships he could with some Vikings, but others continue to try and take the land. Because of this, the king ten ...

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The Bewitched Viking

Sandra Hill has made the sub-genre of the humorous Viking romance her own. The Bewitched Viking follows The Reluctant Viking, The Outlaw Viking and The Tarnished Lady. All of these books share characters but do not have to read before you start this one. The Bewitched Viking tells the story of Ty ...

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Viking!

I am hard put to define Viking! as a romance novel. It wasn't romantic. As far as being a novel goes, the only reason it can make that claim is because it (somehow) managed to get published. If you want to read a romance novel, do not read this book. Do not even buy it, as high sales statistics will ...

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Defiant Captive

When sitting down to write this review, I sincerely wished someone else could have done it in my place. I'm terribly sensitive regarding Viking romances, and the book just might have fared a little better in the hands of another reviewer, someone not Scandinavian. The King of Meath has captur ...

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Timeless

Are you looking for a historical romance novel with an unusual and original plot? Shelly Thacker's Timeless is the book for you. This is a most enjoyable and intriguing tale about 22 year old Avril de Varennes and her 300-year-old Viking warrior, Hauk Valbrand. That's right, three hundred years old! ...

B+
The Last Viking

The cover of The Last Viking is not for those who are squeamish about reading romance novels in public. It has the hero and heroine, Rolf and Meredith in a nekkid embrace while the surf washes over them and hides all the naughty bits. Since the story takes place in Maine, I can't help but wince at h ...

C
Lady of Winter

Lady of Winter is a road romance involving a Druid priestess, a Viking warrior, and a quest for golden apples akin to the search for the holy grail. This is Emma Merritt's last book, published posthumously. It is the fourth book in a quartet set at the dawn of the Middle Ages. The dedication is from ...