Book Reviews of Beloved Viking

Beloved Viking
Beloved Viking
Author: Betty Brooks
ISBN-13: 9780821744604
ISBN-10: 0821744607
Publication Date: 2/1/1994
Pages: 445
Rating:
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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3 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Banished from her tribe, tossed on the winds of rage and sorrow, Shala was desperate. Then she heard the mountain lion scream and found the wounded warrior. Eric, the great, golden-haired Viking, frightened her with tales of a wild, distant land...thrilled her with his strength and virile beauty...awakened dreams and desires that would blaze in her heart forever.

A fearless leader of men, Eric was doomed to die alone in a vast, unknown wilderness seething with strange, savage creatures. then the exquisite Shala appeared to help and heal him. But when he would take her back to his clan, she fled. Outraged by her defiance, Eric enlisted the aid of her own people-the astonishing Anasazi-to pursue her into the farthest regions of the land. Haunted by the memory of her tender touch, he would risk everything to enfold her in his powerful arms, to bury his face in her long, raven tresses...to find her again and never let her go.
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This book was not the best book about vikings, but it was an interesting boook. It reminded me more of a love story about indians. The herione is the main character and she is a determined woman, who happens to be indian. Most of the characters are indian except for the hero.
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A thrilling tale of primative passion, courage and survival!
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Book #1 in series of 3. Banished from her tribe, tossed on the winds of rage and sorrow, Shala was desperate. Then she heard the mountain lion scream and found the wounded warrior. Eric the great, golden haired Viking, frightened her with tales of a wild, distant land thrilled her with his strength and virile beauty awakened dreams and desires that would blaze in her heart forever.