Wednesday, April 27, 2016

The Northman's Bride by Sandra Lake

When in the moment there can be casualties, "they fell to the bed, nearly squishing poor Hercules beneath them. “Beg your pardon, cat,” Hök said as he swept her pets from the bed." And here I thought Hök  had no romantic bone in his body, I was wrong, “Sov, my love, would you do me the service of shutting up for an hour or so. You can chew my ear off the entire voyage home. For now, I’d like to bask in a few moments of victory, as I claim my prize.” And then he kissed her..." I liked this book, the characters were well developed.

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