The norman warrior Alaric captures Freya, a Viking maid, when her tribe attempts to gain possession of Alaric's home. He then discovers that she is the daughter of his most hated enemy, on whom he long ago swore vengeance for raping his mother when she was with child, and thus sending her mad. He vows that he will employ Freya to get back at her father by making her his lowly bedchamber slave. All does not go according to plan and the two soon find them selves feeling much more than hatred for one another
Reviewers called it a Windstorm of Lust and a Tempest of Fury. A good read and a great escape.
From the jacket blurb: When arms of steel trapped her slender waist and hungry lips branded her lustrous skin, Freya's rage exploded. How dare her enemy ignore her noble birth and treat her like any other female captured in battle! But even as the wild-haired beauty vowed eternal revenge, the spark of ecstasy was kindled deep inside her and her supple body betrayed her. Then she could help but swear allegiance to the man who made her vibrate with passion and beg for satisfaction