Book Reviews of Viking!

Viking!
Viking
Author: Connie Mason
ISBN-13: 9780843944020
ISBN-10: 0843944021
Publication Date: 7/1998
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 56 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This book was soooo good and entertaining I read it in two days! I couldn't put it down! The story was well written and funny, hot and real. I highly recommend this book! Five Stars!
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Helpful Score: 3
It was a good historical view of the life of the Vikings and the
people that they pillaged.
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Very good read.
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I thought, that for a romance, this was quite a good story.
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The wild warriors of ancient times, striking fear into the hearts of any who live on the sea coasts. Thorne is a very successful Viking, who is a fearless leader... until he spies a lovely witch (for what else could she be?), who he must have.

Very entertaining!
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Great book.
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Once I started reading this book I had a hard time setting it down. If you like Viking stories this is a must read.
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I thought, that for a romance, this was quite a good story.
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Good clean, cheap romance. Unlikely flower language, and testosterone to keep the woman. lol. Great for that night when you have nothing else to do and need that excuse to cuddle under the blanket with a hot cup of tea.
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Thorne the Restless is caught under the love "spell" of Fiona the Learned, a village healer on the Isle of Man. He soon finds that he can't live without her, even though his intent was to kill the "witch."
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THIS BOOK IS REALLY GOOD CONNIE MASON IS A VERY GOOD WRITER.
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The first time he sees her she is clad in nothing but moonlight and mist. And from that moment, Thorne the Relentless knows he's been bewitched by the maiden bathing in the forest pool. How else to explain the torrid dreams that haunt his nights, the fierce longing that keeps his hard-muscled warrior's body in a constant state of arousal? Thorne knows of only one way to combat the witch's powerful spellto capture her in a Viking raid and make her his own. But once the deed is done, he finds himself still more enchanted by his lovely thrall. Can Fiona be speaking the truth when she claims it is not sorcery that binds him to her, but the powerful yearning of his Viking heart?
The first time he sees her she is clad in nothing but moonlight and mist. And from that moment, Thorne the Relentless knows he's been bewitched by the maiden bathing in the forest pool. How else to explain the torrid dreams that haunt his nights, the fierce longing that keeps his hard-muscled warrior's body in a constant state of arousal? Thorne knows of only one way to combat the witch's powerful spellto capture her in a Viking raid and make her his own. But once the deed is done, he finds himself still more enchanted by his lovely thrall. Can Fiona be speaking the truth when she claims it is not sorcery that binds him to her, but the powerful yearning of his Viking heart?
The first time he sees her she is clad in nothing but moonlight and mist. And from that moment, Thorne the Relentless knows he's been bewitched by the maiden bathing in the forest pool. How else to explain the torrid dreams that haunt his nights, the fierce longing that keeps his hard-muscled warrior's body in a constant state of arousal? Thorne knows of only one way to combat the witch's powerful spellto capture her in a Viking raid and make her his own. But once the deed is done, he finds himself still more enchanted by his lovely thrall. Can Fiona be speaking the truth when she claims it is not sorcery that binds him to her, but the powerful yearning of his Viking heart?