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Viking Heat by Sandra Hill
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Nov 06, 10

bookshelves: historical-romance, navy-seals, time-travel-romance, vikings
Recommended for: Historical Romance Readers
Read from November 05 to 06, 2010, read count: Once

”From the beginning of time, Norsemen have been bred to go a-Viking and drink good ale, whilst Norsewomen have been bred to spread their thighs for their heroes when they come home.”

“Are you kidding? What is that? The mission statement for Male Chauvinist Vikings?”



It’s banter like this throughout the book between Joy and the Vikings that keeps it steamy and rollicking. Whenever I’m in the mood for romance with a good story, light humor, an alpha hero who is challenged with an equally strong heroine, I can always count on Sandra Hill’s Vikings. Be warned: They are like candy -- sweet and addicting.

There is quite a bit more to this story than just Brandr and Joy’s relationship. There is Joy’s presence - how her actions and attitudes have an effect on the whole community of Bear’s Lair. Especially Brandr’s sister, Liv. Some of the wordplay between Joy and Brandr is a bit trite at times, but that just adds to the differences between the two of them.

Before you start reading VIKING HEAT, turn to the back of the book and read through the glossary of Navy SEAL and Viking terms. It helps to know the definition of the few acronyms and words she uses in the book. Yes, time travel is a leap (pun intended), but no more so than reading a paranormal of vamps, shifters, demons, etc. Let it take you where it will. And enjoy!
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