Sweet Barbarian Kindle Edition
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This particular story opens up in the past, which is actually the MMC, Valamir’s present. He seems to have been captured by his enemies and is being held prisoner in chains in a dungeon. He is wounded and bleeding after having been sliced by the sword of his enemy, a character called: Jovinus. He is also bleeding from just above his left eye, as well. Suddenly, a mysterious woman enters the scene, a woman named Glismoda (gotta love the names of these characters, btw!) This is where we learn that he has also been struck in his calf by a Warhammer. She does some kind of weird magical spell after telling him she means him no harm and soon after, we enter the next scene of the story.
This is where the story leaps forward into the future. (our and the MFC’s present)
The MFC, named Karly, who works as a Spanish teacher and lives alone, is introduced when her dog, a Chihuahua, is going crazy and she finds the MFC lying outside in the snow in the backyard of her Colorado home. When she realizes it’s a human male (a very attractive, muscular, and half-naked, dressed in some kind of weird costume of sorts, human male) she tries to do the right thing and takes him inside of her home to warm him up and keep him from freezing to death.
This is basically how the story begins and it continues to build up and play out from there.
This story becomes a melting pot of fantasy, sci-fi, and steamy erotic scenes with some action and suspense thrown in along the way. I would definitely recommend it for fans of the genre.
This book was written in the perfect blend of sweet and spicy that engages the reader to turn the pages with enthusiasm. This author's writing ability is descriptive with heart felt emotions. There were some scenes that actually brought tears to my eyes.
Along with the romantic side of the story, the author introduces vegetarian dishes of all kinds, a bit of Druid magic, and language barriers. Creative world building of past and present with intriguing, yet compelling characters. The pace of the story was steady and flowed smoothly throughout the story.
Valamir (Val) if from the past, and Karly is in the present. Both have gone through a lot in their lives despite their differences. Drawn together by circumstances they will find love that is often taken for granted. Past and Present will Collide. Want to know what happens next? Get the book, read it and then you can decide.
I recommend this story to all readers who enjoy Time Travel and love story about having courage to be brave despite fears.
I chose to review this book on my own.
I think maybe there is a reason that most books have the people speaking the same language--teaching them words that the reader understands completely gets tiresome very fast. And even though he learned a new language at a ridiculous pace, it was still annoying to read the choppy near correct English.
He was also just too good to be true. Yes, the author told us he'd be "sweet," but the man had not one flaw--not one hang-up (except that he wanted to kill her ex). Perfection actually makes for a pretty dull book. He accepted the 21st century like he'd moved ahead 50 years not 1500, and jumped in her jeep and drove down mountain roads with ease. Completely unbelievable.
The book is also full of unimportant side characters that don't move the story forward in any way. Every scene at the school would not have been missed, and the coworkers, as well. The author tried to create some tension with the women moving in on Val, but then she chickened out, and so that didn't really make any difference to the story either.
Also, too many unimportant details--from cooking preparation to what she wore every day--which was almost always leggings and a t-shirt. When the woman pulled on jeans instead of leggings, I actually cheered out loud. And one doesn't really need to tell us the exact moment the condom went on in every sex scene. You could play a drinking game with the number of times the words leggings and condoms show up in this book, and get completely smashed.
In a nutshell, this book is about cooking, teaching a new language, and sex, with a tiny, predictable action story tacked on.
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