Book Reviews of Viking Gold

Viking Gold
Viking Gold
Author: Nadine Crenshaw
ISBN-13: 9780821748367
ISBN-10: 082174836X
Publication Date: 2/1/1995
Pages: 382
  • Currently 2.4/5 Stars.

2.4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
This was one of the best books I've ever read. The plot and the story line are amazing and the love story is trully touching. From the second I picked up this book I couldn't put it down and I found my self laying awake at night thinking about the characters and what will happen to them. The plot is truly a work of art, full of suspence and mystery, important hystorical facts as well as romance, girl power, love and life. This book has it all!!! It takes you to a time of pure magic but hardship and introduces you to genuine characters that you whish you could be or meet. One of the BEST. WOW. READ THIS BOOK!!!!
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From the back cover:

THE PLUNDER: Young princess Aasa trembled as the magnificent Viking warrior drew near. Olaf, the dreaded Norse King's golden haired son, had come to claim her- not for himself, but to warm his widowed father's bed. Yet as their eyes met, Aasa vowed that she would never belong to any man but Olaf.

THE PRIZE: His mission was a bloody one: to abduct the fair Aasa and slay her brother. But he could not bear to hurt this beautiful maiden; he would deny his birthright if only he could win her love.

THE PRICE: But in this terrible time of swords and savagery,Olaf and Aasa would soon be torn from each other's arms- Aasa to become and unwilling bride and a powerful queen, Until she defied fate in a desperate act of rebellion that could lead to tragedy- or to as ecstasy no innocent girl had ever known- and no woman would ever forget.
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not all that great, very long read, very anti-climatic ending.
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I really enjoyed this book. It was a combo of romance and saga. I fell in love with the characters immediately--they were multi-faceted. I also really felt like I was learning about the Viking culture at the same time. It was a page-turner for me!