The prophesy must be fulfilled.
His orders are clear: launch a raid against England and bring home the spoils of war. But the prophecy is also clear: General Torben will take a foreign bride—one who is a seer and healer just like his mother. The eldest princess of England is said to be just that…a beautiful, charming, and headstrong woman. But he's a Viking army general and she's an English princess—and one who is already promised to the king of Tara.
Two worlds collide in this epic historical fiction centered on an undeniable chemistry that smolders against the odds. Richly written and injected with moments of humor, this action-packed romantic tale will leave you breathless.
Quinn Loftis is the author of twenty novels, including the USA Today Bestseller Fate and Fury.
Books in the Clan Hakon Series:
The Viking's Chosen (February 12, 2018)
The Viking's Captive (November 27, 2018)
The Viking's Consort (Fall 2019)
Really liked the book. Was a “clean” romance. No HEA in this book. It ended on a huge cliffhanger and that’s the reason i only gave it three stars.35
I have enjoyed the Gray Wolf Series that Quinn Loftis has written. So I gave this Viking series a chance and it was a good book to read. Now onto the next book of the series.55
One of the best reads. Love the story line!55
I finished it in one day. It was an enjoyable read. The main characters are detailed & I really liked their banter. Only problem is that I don’t have book 2 to continue their story. Will have to remedy that!55
Aren't descriptions of a book supposed to tell you when the book is just 1 of a series of books required to complete the story? If this one had it could have avoided the poor rating. I hate partial books. I now understand why this book was so repetitive and slow moving: to elongate the story to look like a full length novel but requires reading another book (or two) to finish the full tale. Frustrating!!!35
The story flowed easily. I laughed out loud at times. I cheered on the characters to defeat evil.45
The plot is good. I always enjoy a romance from a male perspective, but it’s brutal to get through the MANY errors in this book. Setting grammar aside, the far too modern phrasing kept throwing me off as well.25
Seriously, who thought publishing this book was a good idea? It’s basically a endless ramble of the exact same character thoughts over and over and over, right up until the reader thinks it’s finally going to get good. Sadly, it ends. There is no real climax, the imagery is excruciatingly dull, and the plot is poorly explored. You will be disappointed by the wasted reading time you spent on this poorly written heap of why.15
Really amazing book. It had me captivated from the beginning. The only issue is I want a beginning and end to a book not part of a story in one book, part in another, and part in the last. I appreciate series but each book should finish one adventure before another starts in the second book.35
Have you never heard of proofreading? This book is nothing's no but a grammatical and literary mess akin to that which a third-grader might have created. The book is completely filled with grammatical errors, the use of incorrect words, incomplete and chaotic sentences, using words out of context, seemingly just to use a big word, and misspellings, repeated phrasing in a roe - so much so it was very difficult to get through this horrid mess. The plot and the way it was conveyed is incredibly juvenile.15