Maidensong

Maidensong Let Diana Groe take you on an unforgettable journey in this epic novel of adventure and passion that will sweep you from the icy fjords of Scandinavia to the sun drenched streets of Byzantium When Rik

  • Title: Maidensong
  • Author: Diana Groe Mia Marlowe
  • ISBN: 9780843957105
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Let Diana Groe take you on an unforgettable journey in this epic novel of adventure and passion that will sweep you from the icy fjords of Scandinavia to the sun drenched streets of Byzantium.When Rika sang the Norse legends, her beautiful voice captivated all who listened, but after a raid on her homeland, she found herself the captive a slave to the powerful Bjorn the BlLet Diana Groe take you on an unforgettable journey in this epic novel of adventure and passion that will sweep you from the icy fjords of Scandinavia to the sun drenched streets of Byzantium.When Rika sang the Norse legends, her beautiful voice captivated all who listened, but after a raid on her homeland, she found herself the captive a slave to the powerful Bjorn the Black He was the one man who could destroy her life, yet the only man she could truly trust The only man who had ever ignited the passion in her sould introduced her to the pleasures of the body But Bjorn was duty bound to bring her to wed another, and thus they begin a perilous journey to a foreign land, a voyage that will test their courage in countless ways and challenge the strength of the love that is their destiny.

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    1. Maidensong, by Diana Groe, had all the elements to make it a super fun bodice ripper: Vikings, pillaging, slaves, harems, human sacrifice, trial by combat, etc. So why wasn't I blown away? Despite a few chuckles, some interesting cultural and historical minutiae, and a bit of emotional investment in the tortured romance between Viking Bjorn and skald Rika, the story was just "meh" and I found myself skimming towards the end. It probably didn't help that the historically brutal, bloodthirsty and [...]

    2. Intriguing Viking Romance set in Sweden and ConstantinopleThis was Mia Marlowe’s debut novel (originally published under the name of Diana Groe). No date is given but it mentions a character named Halfdan who lived in the late 5th-early 6th century but it could have been set in a later century. The location is Sweden and Constantinople.Rika was rejected by her father, a jarl, at birth because of her mother died in childbed. Rika is set adrift on a slab of ice by the midwife, expected to die. I [...]

    3. This is another Viking takes a captive story. Except there are a few differences. One the girl who is taken is NOT a saxon, she is Norse as well. I liked that. I like that she was familiar with their way of life. Another difference was this story did not stay in one place. Meaning the location. This story moved and took the characters to many different settings and locations. Because of all the setting changes, I felt like I was on a journey. It felt like I experienced so much with the character [...]

    4. Pretty good storyI have to give credit to this author for a fine job of historical accuracy. It is not easy to write in the tradition of a particular era and keep the suspense and interest and romance intact. The characters were very strong and well written. I would definitely recommend this book.

    5. Did not finish. I did not know why I picked this up. Maybe something to do with having a good Viking romance read- these sorts of books haven't been popular since my school days. The book failed to captivate me- the character developments & their responses to situations are cliched.

    6. Set in viking times, its a pretty neat story. No real surprises at the end or anything but an enjoyable read.

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