Viking in Love
She said . . . Caedmon of Larkspur is the most loathsome lout I have ever encountered! When my sisters and I arrived at his castle, we were greeted by servants and children running wild, while Caedmon lied abed after a night of ale. No doubt there will be another child soon, because I must... show more
She said . . . Caedmon of Larkspur is the most loathsome lout I have ever encountered! When my sisters and I arrived at his castle, we were greeted by servants and children running wild, while Caedmon lied abed after a night of ale. No doubt there will be another child soon, because I must admit he's as handsome as he is virile. And I must endure him, for we are in desperate need of protection, though I can only imagine what this knight will demand of me in return . . . He said . . . After nine long months in the king's service, all I wanted was peace . . . not five Viking princesses running my keep. And the fiery redhead who burst into my chamber that first morning is the worst of all. Why, I should kick her out . . . but I have a much more wickedly delightful plan for Breanne of Stoneheim, one that will leave her a Viking in lust.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 26th 2010
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Time Travel
, Medieval Romance
, Viking Romance
Series: Viking I (#8)
Viking in Love (Viking I #8) by Sandra Hill 5 stars From Publishers Weekly Tenth-century England is beginning to feel a little old in Hill's latest Viking adventure, her first for Avon. This is a straight historical romance, not the time-travel scenario familiar from The Very Virile Viking and ot...
Nice solid romance. Many humorous moments, especially when the children were involved. Something was missing for me though and I'm not sure what it was. The opening was very funny and led me to expect more. It just needed a little extra oomph to push it over the top and I felt a little let down.
This was an entertaining book with plenty of humor and action but I got tired of the male chauvinism and hero's resistance to marriage. Princess Breanne goes with her three sisters to hide under the protection of Caedmon, a kings knight. I enjoyed other Sandra Hill books more especially her SEALS an...