Book Reviews of Lord of the Wolves (Viking Trilogy, Bk 3)

Lord of the Wolves (Viking Trilogy, Bk 3)
Lord of the Wolves - Viking Trilogy, Bk 3
Author: Heather Graham
ISBN-13: 9780440211495
ISBN-10: 0440211492
Publication Date: 9/5/1993
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 79 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Enjoyed the book, been a while since I finished it. I think my overall impression when I finished it was that I liked it the best out of the trilogy, a tighter story.
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Helpful Score: 1
Great story. Loved the Viking connection. H/H were well matched with their determination.
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Gotta love Heather Graham!
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easy read, not too many surprises
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It took me a bit to get into this book. I had read the two previous books to the series and found them easy to follow. I couldn't get into this one right off the bat. It goes back and forth in time. Once I got past book 1 "The Lady and the Land" and started reading book 2 "Before..." it was all good. I think if I would have read book 2 "Before..." first to the second paragraph of page 349 and then gone back and read book 1 "The Lady.." and then returned to page 349 the third paragraph, I could have gotten into it better and felt the characters, instead of reading 63 pages and wondering if I wanted to keep reading or not. I'm just telling you this, because I feel it would have been better understood. I think the author just did this to change it up from the first two books in the series. Over all it's a good story.
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A viking warrior and a French countess. Romance, enemies, passion.
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Another great one by Graham
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I really enjoyed this book.
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I enjoyed this book
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This is by far my favorite book of all time. Conar and Melissande have such a way about them that you really can not put the book down. I highly recommend this for anyone who loves Viking stories as much as me.
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AWESOME READ!
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Five years after he rescued, wed, and abandoned the French Countess Melisande, warrior Conar MacAuliffe returns, determined to claim his wife, who is just as determined to punish him for leaving her in the first place.
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She was a heroine of her people...with her extraordinary violet eyes, ebony hair, and ivory skin, the French Countess Melisande was a prize for any man. But the teenage hellion who rode into battle to defend her people belonged to the warrior who saved her life, made her his bride, then disappeared for years. Now Conar MacAuliffe had returned to claim his wife, now a ravishing woman determined to fight for her freedom at all costs. But the proud beauty who feared no man suddenly feared herself...and the passionate embrace of the husband who vowed never to let her go.

He was the Viking Conqueror they called Lord of the Wolves, a legendary warrior whose greatest challenge would come with the woman he was destined to wed. In the fiery countess Melisande he would find his heaven and hell. Even as he waged war for her heart, he dared not yield his own...Even as he laid sweet, seductive siege to her body, he tried to shield his soul. It would take a common enemy, a little trust, and a united front to awaken them both to a love that would change their lives forever.
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She was a heroine of her people...With her extraordinary violet eyes , ebony hair, and ivory skin, the French Countess Melisande was a prize for any man. But the teenage hellion who rode into battle to defend her people belonged to the warrior who saved her life, made her his bride, and disappeared for years. Now Conar MacAuliffe had returned to claim his wife, now a ravishing woman determined to fight for her freedom at all costs. But the proud beauty who feared no man suddenly feared herself...and the passionate embrace of the husband who vowed never to let her go.

He was the mighty viking conqueror they called the Lord of the Wolves...a legendary warrior whose greatest challenge would come with the woman he was destined to wed. In the fiery Countess Melisande he would find his heaven and hell. Even as he waged war for her heart, he dared not yield his own...Even as he laid sweet, seductive siege to her body, he tried to shield his soul. It would take a common enemy a little trust and an united front to awaken them both to a love that could change their lives forever.
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French Countess Melisande was a teenage hellion who rode into battle to defend her people, belonged to the warrior who sved her life, made her his bride, then dissappeared for years. Now the might Viking warrior,Conar MacAuliffe has returned to claim his wife, a beauty determined to fight for her feed at all costs.