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Surrender My Love (Viking Haardrad Family Book 3) by [Lindsey, Johanna]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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"A dreamspinner extraordinaire."-- "Romantic Times

Book Description

A handsome Viking lord and a spirited, passionate lady...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1028 KB
  • Print Length: 420 pages
  • Publisher: Avon; Reissue edition (2 Aug. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0058DTF0U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #64,916 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Surrender my Love" is the third in Johanna Lindsey's Viking trilogy and in my opinion it is as good as the previous two" Fires of Winter" and " Hearts Aflame". First of all I am very much interested in the history of Dark Age Britain and when I read a historical romance I want proper historical background in it as well. I think Ms Lindsey knows how to research the historical period and how to combine history with romance. I enjoyed reading about the Haardrad family; Garrick and Brenna and their children; Kristen and Selig, their everyday lives, their strong personalities and their courage. I could imagine myself in Lady Erica of Gronwood's place, the way she felt and thought about Selig.I could understand her personality very well. I loved the way Johanna Lindsey made Selig suffer and made him realize that not every woman falls for him immediately. I found the characters well described and alive. The verbal conversations were realistic and very enjoyable.I think some readers wouldn't like to read about lashing and violence in romance books, but the historical background wouldn't be real without it.
The storyline is very good in all thre books and they make the reader turn the pages faster and faster. I must admit I couldn't put down these books and read them in one day, going to bed at 3 am every day. I loved the way the writer combined the lives of Norsemen, Saxons, Celts and Danes and made them confront each other and even find peace with each other.
Johanna Lindsey proves in this trilogy how love can conquer everything.I wish there were more such professionally written historical romances from the era of Dark Age Britain.I recommend it to every reader who likes to escape from our everyday routines to exciting and beautiful stories.
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I felt compelled to add my review after reading the one labelling this book as endorsement of domestic abuse. I could point out that this book is romantic fiction. I doubt I am the only woman who fantasises (yes please note that it is fantasy) about an intelligent, commanding hunk of testosterone induced masculinity throwing his weight around and throwing them over his shoulder and carting them off to the nearest bed.
There is nothing in this book which endorses domestic abuse or brutality. The reviewer who suggested it did is totally misleading any would be purchasers. This is, in my opinion, politically correct thinking taken to extremes. If life mirrored romantic fiction there wouldnt be any divorce now, would there?
For the record, the book does include a scene were the hero is lashed. Not an uncommon thing I would suggest in anglo saxon England. No doubt if JL had mentioned some villein having his ears cut off or his nose sliced (common punishments in those days) the reviewer would have said she was endorsing that too. The lashing referred to fits the plot, is in fact an integral part of the plot as is the twist which has the heroine in a similar predicament.
This is not my favourite JL book but it certainly rates up there with the best. Don't be put off by the bad review.
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Selia Haardrad, the gorgeous half Celtic half Viking, branded a spy and locked in Lady Erika's dungeon to await his fate. The whole story is based around Selig's thirst for revenge once he is released from the dungeon, taking Erika as a captive. He hates her, she hates him, but they slowly start to fall in love with each, much to their own disgust. You know how this is going to end, but even so it doesn't detract from the quick pace of the story and good characterisation throughout. Although to be honest, Selig does seem just too good to be true.....However, I really loved this book, as much as Fires of Winter and Hearts Aflame, the other Haardrad family books. As ever with Johanna Lindsey books the feel good factor is high and for a day or so takes you out of reality and places you firmly into fantasy. A lovely book to escape with.
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On the back of the book: A Lady's Scorn. Wrongly branded a spy, the dark and handsome Viking lod Selig Haardrad suffered greatly in the dungeons of Lady Erika of Gronwood. And as he hung in chains, his magnificent body wracked with pain and fever, on thought sustained him: revenge! A Vikings Vengeance. Now Destiny's great wheel has turned-and Selig's exquisite, honey-haired tormentor has been delivered into the Norseman's hands. Now it is Selig who is the maste, bound and determined to break the proud spirit of his captive "ice queen" and to conquer her with passion's sword-never dreaming that his own heart will be vanquished by sensuous desire... and vicorious love..... My thoughts on the book: Selig is a character who first appears in "Heart Aflame" as the heroin Kirten's sister and manages to steal some of the limelight. A man much loved by women all his life this book deals with a presumed action by a woman agianst him. He is as much in shock as he is out for revenge and actually finds he has a hard time really carrying out his revenge but it makes for good tense reading at times as you don't know just what Selig might do. A great read, I loved the two lead character of Selig and Erika. She is in a tense kidnapping situation and is brave and strong without being overbearing or unbelievable [unlike Kirsten in Heart Aflame] given the situation. .....An exciting read.
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