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Lord of Raven's Peak (Viking Era #3)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  1,557 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Merrik Haraldsson, the younger brother of Rorik, the Lord of Hawkfell Island, embarks on a journey that begins in Kiev where he comes away with two slaves-- Laren and her younger brother. Laren wants to tell stories to earn enough silver and gold to buy her and her little brother from Merik, only he refuses to sell her. And now that she's his, he must protect her when she' ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Jove (first published 1994)
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Regan Walker
Intriguing Viking Tale with a heroine who is a Skald, a teller of stories

This is the third in Coulter’s Viking series (see list below) and the second in her Viking trilogy. As with the others, it’s a good one. And, it’s rather unique. The heroine is a skald (a storyteller), so there are stories within the story and very cleverly done, too. I admire Coulter’s ability to do that so smoothly. She gives us a feeling for how important storytelling was to the Viking culture while weaving it into an in
Ana T.
After posting the list of Viking romances to the ERT group I discovered I had Catherine Coulter's Lord of Raven's Peak in the TBR pile and decided to read it.

It was not as bad as I thought it be, I must say Merrick was quite a civilized and non violent viking which surprised me. I thought the story could use more depth and somethings we a bit odd but in general it was entertaining and a bit surprising. As to the story Merrick, a viking, is in Kiev to buy slaves when he sees a little boy of six
This got boring about half-way through so I don't even want to finish it.
Juana "Darkness" Duran
The future seemed bleak to Laren and her brother Taby. Until one day their savior came and wisked them away from the tortures of slave life. Their savior was Merrick, a viking from Norway that was both fair and just or as close to that as it was possible. After Merrick saved Laren from the person she was sold to, his men and Taby plus another slave were taken on his long boat to sale away to their home town. When Merrick sees the pain and hatred in their eyes he just wants it to stop. He takes c ...more
Maureen Feeney
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Karen  Boruff
Coulter is an excellent writer, so her stories are enjoyable. This was the final story in the trilogy for out of order. And for some reason, the story just didn't grab me. I couldn't get into the charachters. I did enjoy the other two suspect this was just one of those....not quit a hit, thing. It was an enjoyable, easy read.
What a great story! I laughed and cried many times! Such wonderful writing and really engaging characters!! I love this authors work!!

I am currently on a Regency kick and this one was terrific!!
E. R.
This was one of my first romance novels that I've received and read. Thus, it holds a special place in my heart. I have fond memories of this book, and won't part with it.
Some interesting premise stuff, some character (mostly potential), lots of awkward exposition, some annoying stupidity.
The old Viking customs and ways was enlightening and encouraged my reading the whole series. I loved them all.
Very good main characters. The man is tough without being macho. And the heroine saves herself.
Lia Rock lantz
Loved this story. And, there's that Rorik again! I enjoyed this book for an afternoon.
Good not great. Fairly typical historical romance.
May 22, 2008 Daelith marked it as did-not-finish
Made it to page 212 before calling it quits.
BJ Rose
Vikings - Merrick & Laren
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