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Through A Viking Mist (Mists Of Time #4)

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Two enemies left standing on a blood drenched battlefield. Who will take the as yet unclaimed land for their own?

Ofeig Nabboddrson, a warrior from his youth up, is determined to claim the rich land now stained with blood as his. The only thing standing in his way is a magnificent Valkyrie, a woman who he has seen only in battle and who is called "The Protector".

Eva Samsd
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 276 pages
Published (first published February 27th 2011)
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Stephanie Burkhart
Apr 05, 2011 Stephanie Burkhart rated it really liked it
Dee takes the reader on a thrilling adventure through time with book four of the "Mists of Time" series, "Through a Viking Mist." Ofeig Nabboddrson is a Viking warrior at heart, but he meets his match with Valkyre Eva Samsdottir. Will time bring them together or force them apart?

"Through A Viking Mist" plunges the reader into a battle royal between Ofeig and Eva as soon as they open the page. During the battle, Ofeig dares to "claim" Eva, however the time traveling pendants have other plans - th
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This is a well-written story, that takes a departure from normal time travel books in that future events are changed, with no repercussions to the past. This is done on the premise that it was already done in the past, therefore the changes won’t affect what has already happened. This is a hard concept to grasp – especially when most time-travel stories are of the “don’t mess with the timeline” theory, but it makes for some interesting
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Other Books in the Series

Mists Of Time (4 books)
  • Under A Viking Moon (Mists Of Time, #1)
  • Dawn Of A Viking Sunrise (Mists Of Time, #2)
  • Beyond A Viking Horizon (Mists Of Time, #3)

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