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Viking Romance Novels
Historical romance novels are always a lot of fun to read! They don't have to one-hundred percent historically accurate to be a great book for people to read (especially since the writer can choose to exclude the sexism, racism, and homophobia). Viking romance novels are a huge fan favorite as far as historical romances go because it's a culture and setting that is so different from modern day. The popularity of the TV show, Vikings, over the last several years probably doesn't hurt either!
Between the swoon-worthy heroes, the gorgeous heroines, the rivalries between clans, and all the action and adventures, Viking romance novels have a special place in the hearts of many romance fans. We scoured the internet to find some really fantastic Viking romance novels that romance book lovers will love!
1. Kept by the Viking by Gina Conkle
The roving Viking leader, Rurik, and his loyal Forgotten Sons are growing restless, which makes the Normandy's chieftan's offer of land intriguing. Rurik meets Safria, a beautiful, clever, and cunning woman carrying secrets. He's immediately intrigued by her and finds her a captivating challenge, even if it means traveling with her, something Rurik never dreamed of doing. His lust for Safira becomes a partnership, perfect in his time of need when his alliances are fraying.
2. Brothers of the Wild North Sea by Harper Fox
Caius, a Christian monk, finds Fenrir, a wounded Viking warrior, left for dead by his comrades. Taking pity on him, Caius brings him back to the monastery of Fara to heal, horrifying his brethren. Raiders from the east attack Fara, and it is only when Fen and Cai join forces that the monastery has any hope of survival. Inside the walls of Fara is a secret weapon, an amulet with the power to bind the strength of even the mightiest enemy. Fen's heart becomes divided between his old loyalties to his Vikings and to his new love, forcing him to choose.
3. Sold to the Viking Warrior by Michelle Styles
As part of a band of roving Vikings, women do not play a big part of Sigurd Sigmundson's life. So when Eilidith becomes his captive, he sees her merely as a way to gain access to well-guarded Viking stronghold. With her facial birthmark, Liddy has always felt ugly and insignificant. She never thought Sigurd would desire her they way she does him. Yet he does, loving the "warmly sensual woman beneath her ice-cold shield."
4. The Norse King's Daughter by Sandra Hill
Over the years, the Norse King's daughter, Princess Drifa, has shot down numerous marriage proposals and is well past ideal marrying age. It doesn't stop Byzantium warrior Sidroc Guntersson, a third son with no chance of inheriting from his father, from proposing marriage to Drifa. She isn't too happy when she discovers Sidroc only proposes marriage to gain wealth, property, and a mother for his infant daughter. Especially considering she's already falling in love with him.
5. Desire's Fury by Violetta Rand
Roald Blood Axe is not pleased when his younger brother brings home a Saxon bride and refuses to see her as family. As far as Roald's concerned, his brother married the enemy, but after she collapses from a mysterious illness, he knows he must find a gifted healer to help her. He finds Eva, the last healer in her Sami line, and promises to help him despite fear of violence and rejection from lowlanders. The more time she spends with Roald, the more she wants his love. Unfortunately, Eva's brothers join forces with Roald's greatest enemy to destroy his home - will it bring them closer or drive them apart?
6. The Viking Warrior's Bride by Harper St. George
Gwendolyn of Alvey has grown up to be a skilled archer, more than capable of defending herself and her homeland. With invasion threatening the land, her dying father's wish is for her for an alliance with an enemy clan by marrying a man named Vidar. He's determined to seduce his new bride into submitting to him, both on the battlefield and in bed.
7. Rescued by the Viking by Meriel Fuller
After mistakenly venturing into Saxon territory, Norman Lady Gisela is rescued by Ragnar Svendsen, a handsome and mysterious Viking. She knows Ragnar would never be interested in her with her body covered in war wounds. Still, she has to foster a deal with Ragnar to save her brother from Saxons. Along the way, a passion unexpectedly develops between them, though Gisela knows there's no possible future between Gisela and an enemy, right?
8. The Highlander's Norse Bride by Cathy and D.D. MacRae
Hanna of Hällstein is caught up in a war between Western Scotland and the Isles. She's lost everything that mattered to her, her children and husband, and vows that the Scots will pay for everything they've done. After crossing the Strait of Mull, Hanna directs her rage at the Laird of Clan MacLean. Alex MacLean is pressured to wed again and produce and heir after the death of his wife and children. A defiant Norse refugee tests his patience, yet he finds himself drawn to her anyway. Hanna becomes torn between her honor and her revenge.
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