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Freya's Gift

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Saving her people could mean losing her man.

In the months since an unexplained sickness wiped out most of their women, Sif and Ragnor have managed to hold their people together. Yet nothing can overcome the tribe's overwhelming grief, and their future as leaders--and as a couple--is at a dangerous crossroads.

A series of sensual omens convinces Sif that a fertility ritual t
ebook, 104 pages
Published March 16th 2010 by Samhain Publishing (first published February 6th 2010)
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Vikings, Pagan Rituals & Lots of Sex

Usually I like to write my own summary of a story but this is a novella length ebook and heavy on the erotic content so there isn't much more to say than what the blurb has to share. So let me just dive right into it...

I heard about Corrina Lawson's book Dinah of Seneca through one of the writers at Deadline Dames, unfortunately I can't remember which one. But when I read that Lawson had created a sort of alternate history where the Vikings and Native Ame
Very interesting read in a paranormal rule. I enjoyed it greatly!
It's hard to find a story that truly seems to capture the multifaceted nature of sacred sexuality, but this one does. It's about a man and a woman and their marriage, their bonds of leadership and fellowship with their community, their relationship with the Divine, and healing.

It's also very erotic, including scenes of MMF sexuality that may or may not be to the taste of some people.
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Writer, Mom, Geek & Superhero, Corrina Lawson is the author of the superhero romance series, the Phoenix Institute, and the alternate history Seneca series, in which Romans and Vikings have settled in ancient North America.
She is also co-founder and Content Director for and a mother of four, including twins.
More about Corrina Lawson...
Phoenix Rising (The Phoenix Institute, #1) Luminous (The Phoenix Institute, #1.5) The Curse of the Brimstone Contract (The Steampunk Detectives) Ghost Phoenix (The Phoenix Institute, #3) Phoenix Legacy (The Phoenix Institute, #2)

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