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Eric Fielding, the Marquess of Thorgraham travels through time when he is shipwrecked. He lands in Scandinavia a thousand years earlier. He is the image of the Viking man who disappeared and was thought to be dead. Eric is at first, bewildered but comes to realize he must adapt to Viking ways.
Katarina was in love wit the man who resembled Eric. He did not reciprocate her feelings though. She knows fairly quickly that the man who has washed ashore is not her Arik. Katarina is a strong woman and one who is seeking to avenge her sister who was killed by marauders. She believes the best way to do so is to align herself with a physically strong man, and that is not Eric, who does not have the same muscle strength as the other Vikings.
Eric is brave and he is drawn to Katarina and wants to help her but is torn between going back to England and hoping to travel back in time and staying with her. His dilemma is a source of tension in the book along with Katarina’s growing feelings for him. Of the two characters, I liked Eric a little more, he is a complex man who really does have a huge decision to make, one that tests the bonds of love.
Big-time trigger warning: I didn't realize that Katarina's whole story revolved around her need for vengance against the men who raped and killed her sister and then tried to do the same to her. It is not poorly written, but it is constantly referenced. I am uncomfortable with stories that include violence, and I wouldn't have bought this if I had realized it was going to be mentioned on every other page (not an exaggeration). I wouldn't have bought this if I had known.
But if you are in the mood for an action story, this is pretty good. The writing flows, and the characters are good. It answers the questions left from A Viking for the Viscountess. It wasn't my style, though. I won't read it again.