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Book Review-A Viking In Paradise by Sandra Hill

Title: Vampire In Paradise 
Author: Sandra Hill 
Series: Deadly Angels (5)
Format: E Book 
Publisher: Avon 
Release Date: November 25 2014 
Pages: 352 Pages
Acquired: Edelweiss 
Genre: Paranormal Romance 
ISBN 10: 978-0-06-221048-7
ISBN 13: 0-06-221048-7

Synopsis

The vangels are back in Vampire in Paradise, the latest in Sandra Hill’s bestselling Deadly Angels series…

It’s been centuries since the Norseman Sigurd Sigurdsson was turned into a Vangel—a Viking Vampire Angel—as punishment for his sin of envy, but he’s still getting the hang of having fangs that get in the way when seducing women. Slaying demon vampires known as Lucipires and using his healing gifts as a cancer research doctor, Sigurd is sent to Florida’s Grand Keys Island as a resident physician . . . where he encounters a sinfully beautiful woman.

The only hope Marisa Lopez has of curing her five-year-old daughter is a pricey experimental procedure. When she meets the good-looking doctor, Marisa is speechless. Then Sigurd tells her he believes he can help her daughter. Could this too-hot-to-resist Viking doctor be an angel of some sort sent to bring a miracle for her daughter? Or is he just a vampire bent on breaking Marisa’s heart?

My Review

I received a ARC copy in exchange for a honest review, thanks to Edelweiss and Avon Books.

Marisa Lopez is determined to save her daughters life. Marisa has a five year old daughter that has a brain tumor, and the only operation that has any hope of saving her life, requires 170,000 dollars since it is a clinic in Europe. Marisa needs 70,000 and then she hopes that she will see her daughter grow up. So when she hears of a opportunity to serve as a waitress and a massage therapist for a week at Florida’s Grand Keys Island, where a porn conference is going on, well Marisa is willing to do anything even work during such a conference to get some extra money toward her daughter. When she arrives, she meets Sigurd, a doctor and sexy as sin. Sigurd, a Vangel, has suffered from the sin “Envy”, and he has been order by Michael, the Archangel, to come to the Island and find and slay demon vampires. He comes across a young woman, who has been tainted by them, because she is considering to committing a sin to save her daughters life. He must convince her to trust him so he can cleanse her with his bite, and share a passionate night with him. Easier said than done…even for a Viking Vampire Angel….but will Marisa find a safer and better way to save her daughter and find love at the same time….

I have to say that I honestly didn’t know how much I would like this one…well I LOVED it!! There was so much I enjoyed about it…reminded me of Hill’s older books. While reading this series, some books have been a struggle and others a great fun adventure…and boy was Viking in Paradise a barrel of laughs and viking fun!! One aspect that I really enjoyed seeing was having Sigurd as the hero. He is definitely dreamy, and the way he says things…are bound to make you laugh your head off when you least expect him to. He is so outrageous….but the way he is written brings about such a hilarioius outcome! The heroine….well I loved her, she was such a good heroine even if she is tempted to do certain things to guarantee her daughter’s well being. From the beginning of the story, you sense the deep emotion from the circumstances, and with scenes of the little girl…your heart just breaks just a bit. I was on Marisa’s side all the way. She is willing to work at a conference, as a waitress so she can get big tips, at least bigger than she would find at home. I love seeing how strong willed she is and determined to do anything to save her daughter, but she also draws a line for herself. The intereaction between Marisa and Sigurd was quite funny at times, but there are many sensual moments to get the blood pumping.

What I also loved about this story was the intrigue style of the plot, and how we see a sense of danger that is played out, and really brings Sigurd and Marisa closer together. What I would have liked to have seen was toward the ends we never see what happens with the Villains, and I would have liked to get a fully satisfying story instead of average satisfying. But the focus of the story is the love story and seeing these two come together and learning to trust in each other. The ending with the little girl met beyond my expectations…well all I will say is I ADORED how this book turned out…and I will admit I needed a tissue or two. Definitely left me with a smile on my face. Get ready ladies to enter a story filled with the passions of a island, sexy Viking hero, humor to have you laughing all day and some steamy interaction to blow you away SEXY AND FUN!!

Favorite Quote

“Woman, don’t you know I love you?” She could tell he was surprised by his own words. But then he laughed and repeated the words. “I love you. ‘Tis true. I love you. I have nothing to offer. I don’t even know where I will work after this. Or even if I will continue to be a doctor. For all I know, I will be a farmer. My life is not my own. No future. Just now. But I hot damn love you.”

My Rating

4 Blossoms

Heat Level

Steamy

Series Order
Kiss Of Pride (1)
Kiss of Surrender (2)
Kiss Of Temptation (3)
Kiss Of Wrath (4)
Christmas In Transylvannia (4.5)
Vampire In Paradise (5)

ARC Book Review-Christmas In Transylvannia by Sanda Hill

Christmas In Transylvania
Deadly Angels (4.5)
Sandra Hill
Avon Books
E Book
Published October 28 2014
96 Pages
Holiday Romance
ISBN:  9780062117557
Authors Website 

Synopsis
For the first time ever, the leader of the Viking Vampire Angels, Vikar Sigurdsson, has been talked into celebrating a traditional Christmas! The tree has been decorated, the gifts have been wrapped, and the stockings have been hung. And that’s mistletoe, not cobwebs, hanging from the ceiling of the creepy castle full of vangels … really!

The icing on the vampire cookie comes when vangel Karl Mortensen rescues Faith Larson, a battered young waitress, from her abusive boyfriend and hides her in the castle amidst the Christmas chaos. But what Karl thought was a frail young teenager is actually a very tempting woman. And she thinks his fangs are sexy!

But a strange “Christmas visitor” at the castle and demon vampires up to their old tricks could threaten the budding romance between Karl and Faith. It’s an impossible match—a human and a vangel—but Christmas is a time for magic.

Karl and Faith don’t stand a chance …

My Review

So I read this one a little while ago, but for some reason I had forgotten to write the review for it!! LOL…so I do apologize, so I hope that I will be able to write a solid review and remember the thoughts I had while reading this one.  Christmas In Transylvania is a novella, and is centered around Christmas–which is my all time favorite time of the year, and when I am reading my romances…there is just something so much better when its Christmas themed right? This book is after the fourth book “Kiss of Wrath” Now I have only read the first two books, but from what I remember I enjoyed them. When I was beginning this one, I started to remember what I loved about Sandra Hill. She has a very unique voice in her stories and no other author that I have read can even come close to her. I have enjoyed her books for many years, but this series is very unique. I started out with her Historical romance, which are some of her earlier books. She has many contemporaries, but this series, combines it with a mix of paranormal. The men and heroes in the series, are vampire viking angels!! In this short story we have a heroine that is being abused pretty badly, and the hero “Karl” finds her battered, and takes her away and hides her in the castle, and thus begins their romance. This book was a hoot, with characters from previous books, and for a short story this was very well done. I am very picky about novella’s, and in most cases would prefer a regular length novel, however for the shortage of the story I felt like it was pretty well developed, had some hilarious scenes, sexy viking angels, and women to match them in every way. Loved seeing the holiday theme and this story was a riot to read!! I had so much fun with it, and I just can’t wait to read more from this author. Definitely made me want to read the previous books that I have yet to get a hold of in the series. Rich in humor and steamy romance, and is perfect on a cold winters night while getting ready for the season!! Be prepared for a story to pull you in and wrap its way into your heart.

My Grade 
4 Blossoms

Heat Rating 
Steamy

Other Books In Series 
Kiss of Pride
Kiss of Surrender
Kiss of Wrath
Vampire in Paradise

Book Review-The Norse King’s Daughter

The Norse King’s Daughter
Viking I (10)
Sandra Hill
Avon
Mass Market Paperback
Published October 2011
349 Pages
Viking Historical Romance
ISBN: 978-0-06-167351-1
Author’s Website

Hell Hath No Fury Like a Princess Scorned!

Princess Drifa can certainly see whySidroc Guntersson is a living legend–on battlefield and in bedchamber both.But the King of Stoneheim’s willful daughter pitches a royal fit when she learns of the true reason for the virile Viking’s passionate attentions.A third-born son with no hope of inheriting the family jarldom, scheming Sidroc must marry and is interested in Drifa only for her father’s land and money. The barbarian is lucky she just crack shim on his fool head with a pottery pitcher!

Five years later, Drifa needs Sidroc’s protection–in Byzantium, no less!–though revenge holds more appeal for this man she left for dead.’Tis a pity two such perfect enemies match each other so well, passion for passion.So much so that the bold Viking berserkeris soon thinking marriage again . . .only this time it will be on his terms!

My Review

I have always had such a fun time reading this author, especially when it involves her time travel books, so I was a bit surprised to find that this one didn’t have one ounce of time travel. A historical set in the Dark Ages. I will warn you that the viking slang does take some getting used to, and is probably the reason I had a trying time getting into it at first, but once I fully adjusted I started to really enjoy it, and it was hard to put down at times. There was such a chemistry between Drifa and Sidroc, and even though they are almost at each others throats quite a bit, there is also much more to their relationship.

Sidroc Guntersson has recently lost his wife, and so his baby daughter needs him. Sidroc is very insistent that she survive. His father would like nothing better than to toss her out on the doorstep, but Sidroc knows that he will need to remarry in order to gain wealth he needs and a mother for his child. So when he hears that King of Stoneheim still has one daughter unmarried, he decides to try to court her and marry her. Princess Drifa at first is enamored with Sidroc, he is handsome and charming, and makes her warm all over, so she decides to accept his suit, until she learns that all he needs her for is for his daughter and for the money he would attain if he were to marry her. So she swings a pitcher across his head, and it ends up doing quite a bit of damage and he is unconscious for six weeks. He wakes to find Drifa gone with her sisters on a trip so he ends up leaving to go after his daughter only to find her gone so he leaves to build a new life for himself. Drifa is enraged when she hears of Sidroc’s plot, but when she hears of his infant daughter, she decides to go after her and bring her back to Sidroc. When she returns she learns he is gone, and endeavors to find him. Now its been five years, and when she heads down to Byzantium, and is shocked to find him again. Now their mutual passion for each other has risen, and despite danger surrounding them at every turn, it will taking fully trust to defeat those that would tear them apart.

Sidroc is your typical viking, arrogant, confident, too good looking for his own good, and loves a beautiful woman in his bed. I found him to be very believable and fully authentic and so HOT you will need a fan to cool yourself down. Drifa I found to be a very endearing heroine, and I liked her immediately, and she has such courage and tenacity that is very admirable. She doesn’t back down from Sidroc and I enjoyed seeing the chemistry build between the two characters.

I found this one to be a fun and adventurous tale that takes you back to the Viking Era, and shows a more sensual side to that time. I enjoyed the in depth characters, and the fun humor that keeps you laughing from beginning to end. I will warn you that the slang can be a bit much but if you give it time, you adjust to it, and it becomes a entertaining and enough intense conflict with the plot to keep you on edge at times. SATISFYINGLY ENJOYABLE!!!

First Line 
Toss the babe in the Fjord. Or leave it on the cliff. Either way, the whelp will be dead afore morn. ”

Favorite Quote
“Sidroc, you are a beast in bed, and you make me do bad things and I like them, and insult me way too often, and your teasing tongue is not amusing by half, but you are a good man,”

My Grade 
4 Blossoms

Heat Rating 
Steamy

Other Books In Series 
The Reluctant Viking
The Outlaw Viking
The Tarnished Lady
The Bewitched Viking
The Blue Viking
My Fair Viking
Tale of Two Vikings
Viking In Love
The Viking Takes A Knight

Book Review-Viking Heat


Viking Heat
Viking II Series
Sandra Hill
Berkley,
276 Pages
Published Sep 2009
Viking/Time Travel
ISBN 9780425230671

Synopsis:
Psychologist Joy Nelson thinks things are bad when she finds herself training in the modern-day female Navy SEALs program. But then her life takes a turn for the worse. Somehow she’s been thrust back in time to the cold Norselands, being auctioned off as a thrall, or slave-a gift for a Viking warlord, who would be a perfect candidate for Male Chauvinist Viking of the Centuries.


Brandr isn’t thrilled with the slave his brothers have purchased for him. Holy Thor! The woman wants to teach him anger management skills! And help him find his feminine side, whatever that is. She may be beautiful, but the saucy wench defies him at every turn. So Brandr makes her an offer. She can earn her freedom — as his bed thrall. But when Joy dares to decline his offer, he must decide what to do with the woman enslaved to him — and the out-of-control heat between them…


MY REVIEW
 
Summary:
Psychologist Joy Nelson, has always been the one suffer the taunts of her older brothers, and any time they dare her to do something whatever it may be she does it, even though she is a full grown adult by now. So when they double dare her to become a WEAL-a female version program of the Navy SEALS. But then when she goes on her first mission with a SEAL team, she finds herself taken back through time where she is then auctioned off as a thrall to a Viking Warlord. At first Joy has no idea that she has been taken back through time, but then things start to click and Brandr, the Viking who owns her, starts to make compromise after compromise with the saucy woman, thinking he must be as demented as she is, but is really in love with a thousand year old woman that has stirred up his passions like none other ever has, and has claimed his heart.
The Hero 
Brandr is a Viking warrior and leader of his people, after most of his family was slaughtered apart from his young sister who was taken, raped and became preganant. So he brings her home, and when he is in rage becomes a ‘beserker’, but when Joy,  a thrall given to him as a gift, by his closest friend, he knows that he is definitely in for the adventure of a lifetime, and knows that she is far from different from anyone he has ever known, and yet the passion that she stirs in him, becomes a love that he can’t deny and will fight to keep her to his side.
The Heroine 
Joy Nelson, a psychologist and has the talent in helping those in pain and grief. But having grown up with her older brothers, she can never turn down a dare, and so when they double dare her to join a female Navy SEAL program, she of course has to join, and finds that she fully regrets it to some degree, not knowing why she always succumbs to their taunts. So when she is taken back through time and become the slave to a Viking Warrior, of course she finds it barbaric and unheard of. But then she realizes what time she has been taken back to, and despite her protests, Brandr stirs up deep passions within her, that makes her earn for his touch and much more….

My Thoughts
I would have to say that Viking Heat is by far one of my favorites that has been written by this author so far. I found that I was intrigued by the first page and I found myself finding it hard to put this one down. I found the plot so intriguing and with such a vitality to the characters, and definitely a laugh out loud read! One of the greatest aspects that I love about Sandra Hills Books is the wit that is in each and every one of her plots, especially when it involves time travel, with two characters that are from two times, and they have to learn to adapt to each others differences, and the way they learn to muddle through it is fabulous, and definitely worth reading, especially in Viking Heat.

My Grade For This Book 
5 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series 
The Last Viking
Truly, Madly Viking
The Very Virile Viking
Hot N’ Wild
Hot N’ Heavy
Rough N’ Ready 
Down N’Dirty
Viking Unchained
Viking In Love


Book Review-Tale Of Two Vikings

Tale Of Two Vikings
Viking I Series
Sandra Hill
Leisure Romance
360 Pages
Published May 2004
Medieval-Viking Romance

Synopsis
Has an eye for the ladies. Loves a good fight. Splits his sides over rude jokes. Won’t ask directions no matter how lost he is. . . even in a longship, for the love of Odin!

Sound like anyone you know? Maybe every man you know?

Toste and Vagn Ivarsson are all that and more–a lot more. Identical Viking twins, they came squalling into this world together, rode their first horses at the age of seven, their first maids during their thirteenth summer, and rode off on longships as untried fourteen-year-old warriors. And now, having seen only thirty and one winters, they are about to face Valhalla together. Or maybe something even more tragic: being separated. For even the most virile Viking must eventually leave his best buddy behind and do battle with that most fearsome of all opponents the love of his life.

Summary:
A Tale of Two Vikings is exactly what the title claims, its a story of two twin brother Vikings. Toste and Vagn were born at the same time, twins, they have done everything in their lives together. When they go into battle together, they are both injured and separated having to assume the other is dead, despite the strong connection they have for each other. Toste is taken away by some Nuns, including a Lady Esme, the most beautiful and stunning nun he has ever seen, and has yet to say her complete vows to the church, so of course for him she is available, however Esme is only looking for sanctuary from those that want her killed, not a handsome viking that stirs up her senses. Vagn is taken back to familiar surroundings, and back to Helga -his brothers betrothed. But now they his brother Toste is dead, he notices that Helga the Homely as she once was called, is now Helga the beautiful. So Vagn starts considering the idea of marrying Helga, however she is very high spirited and resistant to marrying him. However these Viking Twins never expected that their greatest battle would be for….LOVE

The Heroes
We have two heroes, the Viking brothers, Toste and Vagn. These two have done everything together since they were born, linked by a unbreakable bond. So when they are separated they have to mourn for their twin who’ve been at their side. Now these two during the book while they are separated from one another start having hints that the other is alive, due to their link, which is neat. Also you will see that once they are reunited things just start to heat up with their love stories as well.

The Heroines
Our first heroine is Esme, who is the one that helps save Toste, who has to hide in the nunnery and yet to do her vows for the church, always having to go to confession (my kind of girl). Esme came to the nunnery, because her father and brothers who have always been demeaning toward her, have wanted her killed because of the land that she inherited from her mother. So she has almost been killed many times, but now Toste has entered her life and is all about protection and defending her.

Our second heroine is Helga, who when she was a little girl was claimed to be Helga the Homely, by Toste, and has felt the stigma of that statement ever since then. However now a adult woman she has changed. Her father is insistent on her marrying and having children, but when Vagn is rescued she is furious at her father for trying to get him to marry her, because she doesn’t want marriage, she is just fine on her own, or so she tells herself, and things definitely start to heat between Helga and Vagn, that she starts having doubts about her convictions of not marrying.

My Thoughts:
I have to say that A Tale of Two Vikings is by far one of my favorites of Sandra Hill. I loved the whole aspect of twin Vikings, I mean who wouldn’t right? It takes place back in 900 A.D., and it was definitely a witty yet sensual written story.  In this story each chapter each trades off to each twins love story, which is neat yet can be a bit frustrating when the chapter leaves you hanging. This is a wonderful story of two twins that have never thought that they would ever settle down, but once they are separated, they start thinking outside the box, and find women of their own, and such a sweet reunion when they find each other once again. Definitely a story you dont want to miss out on, one that will surprise and intrigue you senseless.

My Grade On This Book 
4 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series 
The Reluctant Viking
The Outlaw Viking
The Tarnished Lady
The Bewitched Viking
The Blue Viking
My Fair Viking
Tale of Two Vikings
 

Book Review-Desperado

Desperado
Sandra Hill
Love Spell,
391 Pages,
Published March 1997
Time Travel/ American West
ISBN: 0-505-52182-2

Synopsis:
Major Helen Prescott had always played by the rules. That was why Rafe Santiago had nicknamed her “Prissy” at the military academy years before. Rafe’s teasing had made her life miserable back then, and, with his irresistible good looks, he was the man responsible for her one momentary lapse of self-control. So when a stint in the National Guard brought him under her command, Helen laid down the law — she would stand for no macho moves or bedroom looks in HER platoon. But then a routine sky dive went awry, and all bets were off as they parachuted straight into the 1850 California Gold Rush.


Mistaken for a notorious bandit and his infamously sensuous mistress, they found themselves on the wrong side of the law. In a time and place where rules had no meaning, Helen found Rafe’s hard, bronzed body strangely comforting, and his piercing blue eyes left her all too willing to share his bedroll. Suddenly, his teasing remarks made her feel all woman, and she was ready to throw caution to the wind if she could spend every night in the arms of her very own… Desperado.

My Review:
Helen Prescott is a Major of the US military, she grew up ‘army brat’ style, moving from place to place, since her mother at died of cancer when she was eight. Helen is one of those women that follows after her father, and doesn’t let anyone see the gentle and caring side of her. Most people only see the strict hard-ass that she has had to portray as a office of the Military.  Then comes strolling in is Rafe Santiago, who has always had a thing for Helen since he fell for her in College. When he see’s her again, his blood starts pumping and he wants her even more. They go on a op together, where they are Parachuting, and then right when she is about to jump he jumps with her grabbing onto her. Of course Helen is furious, tossing at him army regulations, but they then realize that they have been taken back in time to the American West. At first Rafe thinks its some Army joke and not real, but after some time they realize how real it really is. Because they are then discovered by bandits, who see them as ‘wanted killers’ and thus begins their adventure with danger, gun slingers, gold digging, and a heated desire that they rekindle.

I think I fall in love with each of Sandra Hill’s novels, and this was is no different. It has a very intriguing plot and I love reading Time travel romances. But there were times especially at the beginning that I had a hard time getting into it. There is such antaganism between them both, its like a cat and dog fight but over and over again. You have Helen who is such a tough woman, and especially at first, lectures Rafe time and time again on army regulations and doesn’t believe that they have been swept back in time. Rafe is one of those males that loves to tease and have fun for the most part, especially shows that side of himself to Helen. I found myself loving Rafe at the beginning way more than Helen, I felt like I wanted to tell her to ‘lighten up’, but then she does eventually and thats when I started falling in love with the characters and really getting into the story. I definitely loved the sparks of desire that builds up between Rafe and Helen. Once I got into the book, it flowed smoothly for me, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

My Grade On This Book:
4 Blossoms

Book Review-Truly, Madly Viking

Truly, Madly Viking(Viking II Series)
Sandra Hill
Love Spell, 389 Pages, Published July 2000
Time Travel Romance
ISBN: 0-505-52387-6

Synopsis:
MAD ABOUT YOU


His boat off-course, distracted by a randy she-whale whose infatuation had somehow thrust him into the twenty-first century, Jorund Ericsson had cause to question his surroundings. And though the befuddled Viking thought hed found heaven when he caught sight of the comely wench with the man-hair and the kiss-some lips, the lovely doctor simply thought him crazy. And Jorund realized the only thing that had driven him to the edge was her enticing figure.


He skyrocketed from the water and into Maggie’s life: all sinewy muscles in a flawlessly proportioned body, a swath of long blond hair swept back from his brow. His claim to be a Viking from the tenth century made her smile. But it wasnt laughter that caused her stomach to flutter when the Hercules look-alike claimed her lips. And soon he had her believing his story, though questioning her own sanity. Then the psychologist realized there was another possibility: Neither of them was truly mad of them were truly, madly in love.

My Review:
998 A.D. Jorund Ericsson, is traveling on his longship with his brother, when they find they are off course. Then before he knows it he is in the mouth of a whale, who takes him to the twenty first century. At first Jorund insists that he must return home, but then the orca throws him on the beach in Texas, where a orca show is showing with women and children. There who see a tall, virile naked viking with women and children gaping at him. He is then arrested and put in a mental hospital. His doctor, is Maggie McBride. Maggie has two twin daughters, whom she loves dearly. Abandoned by their father who didn’t want responsibilities, but then later died in one of his risk taking risks. She takes her daughters to a orca show, which they love to see. When a naked man comes out of the water, and her heart skips a beat. For she has never seen such a beautiful specimen in her life. Her daughters however, believe he is to be their father. Maggie ends up being his psychiatrist. Maggie believes that he just needs time to come to terms with the fact that he isn’t a viking who has traveled through time. Since she knows it is impossible, isnt it? Her resolve weakens however at their first kiss. Her senses go on alert, for she knows she has never felt anything like what she feels with Jorund. Jorund knows he just has to abide his time in this crazy mad house until he can be released so he can find that crazy orca that brought him to this time. He knows he needs to return to his brother and father. Then out of the blue Jorund disappears for three weeks, and Maggie despite herself is worried sick. After searching upon searching for three weeks he comes to Maggie’s home. Maggie at first is shocked to see him, but joyous as well. As they celebrate both Thanksgiving and Christmas together, both Maggie and Jorund’s bond  to one another strengthens, as well as Jorund’s relationship with her twin daughter, who have similiar resemblance to his twin daughter that were killed. Jorund knows he has to return to his own time, despite the fact that he knows how much he has fallen in love with Maggie and her daughters. He has a responsibility and duty to his family, although he desperately wishes that he doesn’t. He aches to stay here in the twenty first century with the love of his life. But what will he decide to do stay with his love? Or travel back in time for his duty?

I have had such a adventure reading another well written one by Sandra Hill. I love reading Time Travel romance, especially with Hill at the helm. Especially at first, I laughed so much and so hard, it sure had its moments. I love how this strong warrior Viking has been taken forward in time, to end up in a mental hospital. It will definitely make you laugh, but there is also a great story line, with intense passion that builds between both Jorund and Maggie. A passion that neither one of them has ever felt before and can’t deny, not even to themselves. I also loved how a father-daughter relationship was put in with Maggie’s daughters. Whom I am sure you will fall in love with as much as I have. They have such sweet personalities that will pull strings on your heart. I definitely loved reading this one, it was truly a genuine time travel romance that I could re read!! Another win for Sandra Hill!!!

My Grade For This Book:
5 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series:
The Last Viking
The Very Virile Viking
Wet And Wild
Hot And Heavy
Rough And Ready
Down And Dirty
Viking Unchained
Viking Heat