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- Publisher: Bleubelle Press (February 23, 2015)
- Publication Date: February 23, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00THULYX6
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The story of Magnus Krieger, who is the son of Bryk and Cathryn Krieger from book 1, is so well written.
Magnus is a handsome viking who is a recent widower and also the father of two beautiful young daughters. His eldest daughter who is 6 is struggling with the death of her mother and is very angry. He is suffering himself, but now he has been summoned to do his duty. Therefore, he must embark on a journey where he comes upon the sister of the enemy, who has just wed at tha precise moment. He takes her as his captive. A man who is suffering, but must do his duty.
Judith de Valognes step brother has betrothed her for an alliance and she must do her duty. After a long journey, she arrives at the abbey where she is to be wed immediately. Upon meeting her future husband and assessing everything happening, she realizes he is very different. In her mind, she sees there is a problem with his virility. His interest seem to lie elsewhere. During the ceremony, she is distraught for what her step brother is putting her through. At that moment, riders approach and she blacks out when she sees this huge viking.
These two will have a glorious journey together. You cannot help but feel for these character's plight. So touching.
As I said, this author out did herself. The story is begging to be told and it does not disappoint. Pick it up and pick up the previous books in this series. I loved it...I believe you will too. I received this as a gift.
The story represents the Norseman as kind caring people who wanted a better life for their families. A well written story that I truly enjoyed. Thank you Anna for the Viking Fact and Fancy and the picture of the Cathedral the location of St. Catherine's Hill, that was great. As always waiting for her next novel.....GREAT JOB ANNA!!!!!
A handsome large Viking warrior/farmer and hero Bryk sees a beautiful orphan/nun and heroine Cathryn that is wandering around in the dead of night is taken captive one dark night by Bryk. Hrolf Bryk commander is ransacking the abbey Cathryn is staying at and in order to protect Cathryn Bryk takes her. Both Bryk and Cathryn are captivated by each other but they are unable to speak the same language in their fascination with each other develops a strong bond of sweet love between them. The story had lots of action, intrigue, politic and different cultures that Ms. Markland really seemed to have done her research not only of the cultures and language between the two but with the history involved in the story as well. That despite it being a romance the history didn’t get old or boring to read making this quite a quick read and quite a page turner.
I did want a little bit more into Cathryn’s background and maybe assumed that Bernardus was a priest since his brother was archbishop and it was against the Catholic faith to have sexual relations with a woman that she and her brother were given up? I’m not really sure what the story is behind that and felt it could have been explained a little bit better. Do Javune and Kaia get married it just kind of left them and I am assuming they did get married but I am also not really sure either? How are Cathryn and Javune of noble birth exactly? What happens to Sprig does he get killed in the battle? Why didn’t Cathryn and Javune feel some sort of connection to each other? I am also assuming that Cathryn and Bryk had several children the story just ended abruptly. I was a little disappointed in the length that I was getting so involved in the story and then it suddenly ended I felt the story could have gone on. How I wondered is that even possible to have two different people who speak very differently fall in love but Ms. Markland is able to weave such a fascinating story with well developed three dimensional characters despite the many questions I have that is why I rated the book four stars will definitely read the other books I have purchased from Ms Markland and the next in the series so I can figure out what happens to Torstein.
A not terribly lengthy story it is nevertheless rich. Cathryn is Bryck's thrall but he has fallen for her and wants her to be much more than his property. Although they both see each other as man and wife, they are not so in the eyes of the Church. Cathryn does not feel nor believe that this makes either her or her husband sinners.
Bryck is fighting for a new life, new land, fertile soil, and in Cathryn he sees a future of a family. He is willing to give up everything (except his beloved Cathryn) in order to see his dream to fruition.
But, will he? Will he and Catherine find happiness on Frankish soil?
To the author: I especially loved your bit of historical notes at the end of the story. They just filled out the story, and made me love it all the more. Thank you.