Book Reviews of Lord of Hawkfell Island (Viking, Bk 2)

Lord of Hawkfell Island (Viking, Bk 2)
Lord of Hawkfell Island - Viking, Bk 2
Author: Catherine Coulter
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780515112306
ISBN-10: 0515112305
Publication Date: 11/1/1993
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 152 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Viking history, and murder, wrapped up in a timeless love story. Great reading.
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Helpful Score: 4
Well developed Viking story with engaging, intelligent characters, set in Ireland and off the coast of England in the year 973.
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Helpful Score: 3
I was really surprised at how good this book turned out to be! It was a great historical romance for Spring Break! From the back: "Rorick is a Viking warrior . . . Mirana is a Viking woman . . . taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against [her half-brother]."
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Helpful Score: 3
GREAT STORY, TAKES YOU TO ANOTHER ERA
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Helpful Score: 3
Good ride! I love the heroine in this book, she's well put together intelligence wise!
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I really enjoy heer Historicals. Her characters are easy to identify with and imagining yourself as the heroine is easy. Coming back to really sucks after reading her books.
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This is one of the best books of ancient times how they lived loved and struggled
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Historical romance set in Ireland in the year 910
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Read this book a long time ago and seemed quite accurate for time period. Very Moving.
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Second in the "Lord" series
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From the back cover...

Rorik is a Viking warrior, as fierce and savage as the North Sea during the winter solstice. Mirana is a Viking woman who loves birds, is more ingenious than most men, and loyal down to her toes. Her life changes utterly one fateful day when Rorik and his men come to Clontarf, a Viking fortress on the eastern coast of Ireland, to kill her half-brother. But she is the one taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against him.

Rorik is the Lord of Hawkfell, an island off the east coast of Britain. The moment he brings his captive home, it seems that everything begins to fly out of his control. The women are out to teach the men a lesson with the result that the food is rank. Rorik's family is out for Mirana's blood, a murderer is on the loosem and a huge mongrel, Kerzog, dotes not only on his master but also on is master's captive.

Rorik and Mirana are two strong-willed people, ardent in their opinions, who will have you rooting for both of them equally
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From the back cover...

Rorik is a Viking warrior, as fierce and savage as the North Sea during the winter solstice. Mirana is a Viking woman who loves birds, is more ingenious than most men, and loyal down to her toes. Her life changes utterly one fateful day when Rorik and his men come to Clontarf, a Viking fortress on the eastern coast of Ireland, to kill her half-brother. But she is the one taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against him.

Rorik is the Lord of Hawkfell, an island off the east coast of Britain. The moment he brings his captive home, it seems that everything begins to fly out of his control. The women are out to teach the men a lesson with the result that the food is rank, Rorik's family is out for Mirana's blood, a murderer is on the loose, and a huge mongrel, Kerzog, dotes not only on his master but also on his master's captive.
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Very enjoyable.
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Rorik is a Viking warrior as fierce and savage as the north sea during winter solstice. Mirana is a viking woman who loves birds, is more ingenious than most men, and loyal down to her toes. her life changes utterly one fateful day when rorik and his men come to clontarf, a Viking fortress on the eastern coast of Ireland, to kill her half brother. But she is the one taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against him.

Rorik is the Lord of Hawkfell, and island off the east coast of Britian. The moment he brings his captive home, it seems that everything begins to fly out of his control. The women are out to teach the men a lesson with the result that the food is rank, Rorik's family is out for Mirana's blood, a murderer is on the losse, and a huge mongrel, Kerzog, dotes not only on his master but also on his master's captive.

Rorik and Mirana are two strong willed people, ardent in their opinions, who will have you rooting for both of them equally.
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Rorik is a Viking warrior, as fierce and savage as the North Sea during the winter solstice. Mirana is a Viking woman who loves birds, is more ingenious than most men, and loyal down to her toes. Her life changes utterly one fateful day when Rorik and his men come to Clontarf, a Viking fortress on the eastern coast of Ireland, to kill her half-brother. But she is the one taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against him.
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Rorik is a Viking warrior as fierce and savage as the north sea during winter solstice. Mirana is a viking woman who loves birds, is more ingenious than most men, and loyal down to her toes. her life changes utterly one fateful day when rorik and his men come to clontarf, a Viking fortress on the eastern coast of Ireland, to kill her half brother. But she is the one taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against him.

Rorik is the Lord of Hawkfell, and island off the east coast of Britian. The moment he brings his captive home, it seems that everything begins to fly out of his control. The women are out to teach the men a lesson with the result that the food is rank, Rorik's family is out for Mirana's blood, a murderer is on the losse, and a huge mongrel, Kerzog, dotes not only on his master but also on his master's captive.

Rorik and Mirana are two strong willed people, ardent in their opinions, who will have you rooting for both of them equally.
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From back of book

Rorik is a Viking Warrior, as fierce and savage as the North Sea during the winter solstice. Mirana is a Viking woman who loves birds, is more ingenious than most men, and loyal down to her toes. Her life changes utterly one fateful day when Rorik and his men come to Clontarf, a Viking fortress on the eastern coast of Ireland, to kill her half-brother. But she is the one taken as a hostage to use as a pawn against him.
Rorik is the Lord of Hawkfell, an island of the east coast of Britain. The moment he brings his captive home, it seems that everything begins to fly out of his control. The women are out to teach the men a lesson with the result that the food is rank, Rorik's family is out for Mirana's blood, a murderer is on the loose, and a huge mongrel, Kerzog, dotes not only on his master but also on his master's captive.
Rorik and Mirana are two strong-willed people, ardent in their opinions, who will have you rooting for both of them equally.