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- Print Length: 187 pages
- Publication Date: November 24, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PPM1FCA
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This is the continuation of Bryck and Catherine's story but the romance is the love between Sonja and Torstein. This is not a sweeping, epic romance but it is... in its own way... a quiet and perfect one.
What I felt was fantastic about this story was the evolving relationship between Bryck and Torstein who is his nephew. Following Viking custom after the death of his father, Bryck's brother, Torstein became a slave. This was because his mother was a slave, and was later sold with many other slave women when they became a burden on resources.
Torstein is in the service of his uncle Bryck and yearns to be recognised as something more than a slave. When Catherine convinces Bryck to free his nephew, and to treat him as one of the family, Torstein is finally, slowly, brought into the family. He dreams of getting married, loving his wife, and having children; none of which he dared dream of when he was a slave.
Torstein wants to be the best Norman of their new world. He wants to prove his worth to his uncle, and he wants to be worthwhile to the family of the woman he loves.
The relationship between Torstein and Bryck is wonderful to read, to witness, as the two men find that it is permissible for uncle and nephew to love each other.
almost all of your books, maybe because I am from Welsh ancestry. I would like to know the story behind the cruel man that hated the Montbryce family