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The Saxon (Viking #2)

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Endredi haunted his every waking thought...a sun-burnished Valkyrie with a beauty as wild as the open sea. But Adelar's deepest passion was also his darkest secret. For the woman who held his heart belonged to his lord.


Always would Endredi remember the boy who had awakened her to love. Yet she cursed the fates who brought her face-to-face with Adelar the man,...more
Mass Market Paperback, 299 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by Harlequin
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Just like a tub of low-fat Cool Whip - sweet, not too heavy on the stomach, absolutely no nutritional value whatsoever, and FLUFFY!!! :D

Really, that dude on the cover (how can anyone be so beefy AND wispy-looking at the same time?) says it all about this book. A beta hero for the ages. The Love For All Time between our hero and heroine is based on when they were young tweens and she was in his daddy's camp as a Viking prisoner of war (or something - this book doesn't explain shit very well). The...more
Trudy Miner
In 902 A.D. in Wessex, the Dane, Endredi, is bartered in marriage to Bayard of Wessex in order to secure peace between the two previously warring peoples. Unfortunately, Adelar, Bayard's cousin was a childhood friend of Endredi when he passed through her country many years before. Once reunited again, Adelar and Endredi realize that the attraction they felt as children now has grown into something more mature as adults. But since Endredi is married to Adelar's cousin, neither would dishonor Baya...more
Elizabeth Rose
I loved this book, and must say this was the book that inspired me to write romance many years ago.
Une histoire sympathique sans être transcendante. Malgré tout on a du mal à s'attacher aux héros. Il manque un petit quelque chose pour que l'attraction soit totale. Cependant cela se lit avec grand plaisir et j'ai passé un bon moment avec cette romance de Margaret Moore.
Terri Pray
One I read sometime back, though it took me about four chapters before I recalled the book.

Not a bad read, a few places where the story jumps around a little, but all in all enjoyable. However, not something I'd re-read.
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Award-winning author Margaret Moore actually began her career at the age of eight, when she and a friend concocted stories featuring a lovely, spirited damsel and a handsome, misunderstood thief nicknamed "The Red Sheik."
Unknowingly pursuing her destiny, Margaret graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts degree i...more
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