Éire's Captive Moon (Éire's Viking, #1)
Publisher: The Writer's Coffee Shop
3.5-4 mainly because the prologue almost made me stop reading; it was so abstract and distant that it felt unemotional. Otherwise, a very clean, well-edited story, with a strong female lead. I loved the descriptions of the settings, and the living conditions for the time period.
This book is a re-edit of the previously published novel Captive Irish Moon. When the new novel was offered as an ARC, I jumped at the chance.Eire's Captive Moon tells the story of Charis, a healer, and her struggles after being captured by marauding Vikings and taken by Agnarr as his leman/slave.Th...
Original review can be found here: http://www.yourentertainmentcorner.com/?p=31600.I was initially interested in reading Eire’s Captive Moon because it’s supposed to be a tale that delves into the Viking way of life and how it affects those they encounter (at least that’s my take). But that sentimen...
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