The Norse King's Daughter

The Norse King's Daughter

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by Sandra Hill
     
 

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“Sandra Hill always delivers smart, sexy, laugh-out-loud action.”
—Christine Feehan

“Sandra Hill writes stories that tickle the funnybone and touch the heart.”
—Susan Wiggs

Every hilarious, sexy, sensational historical romance novel from New York Times bestseller Sandra Hill is a delight—and nobody but

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“Sandra Hill always delivers smart, sexy, laugh-out-loud action.”
—Christine Feehan

“Sandra Hill writes stories that tickle the funnybone and touch the heart.”
—Susan Wiggs

Every hilarious, sexy, sensational historical romance novel from New York Times bestseller Sandra Hill is a delight—and nobody but nobody does hot Viking love better! With The Norse King’s Daughter, the incomparable Hill conquers once again, spinning the wildly wicked yarn of a lusty warrior in Byzantium forced to guard the body of the endangered Scandinavian princess who once tried to kill him during their very brief marriage engagement. The Norse King’s Daughter is Sandra Hill Viking romance at its most charming, funny, and delectable—a treat for every reader who loves to laugh and love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061673511
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
09/27/2011
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
1,198,939
Product dimensions:
4.20(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

Sandra Hill is a graduate of Penn State and worked for more than ten years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Writing about serious issues taught her the merits of seeking the lighter side of even the darkest stories.

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Norse King's Daughter 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had read the back covers on a few of sandra hill's viking series and thought they looked interesting. This was the first one i tried and it was awful. Truly bad dialogue, the heroine was borderline stupid, and the hero was a nasty man whore. I realize that "act like they hate each other but they really are madly in love/lust" is a common (very occasionally successful) plot element in romance novels, but the constant irrational bickering was really overdone. Honestly mystefied as to how anyone likes this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was my first romance novel and it reallly wasnt as bad as i thought it was going to be, i liked it because of the historical norse and roman aspects, also how drifta was exotic looking. I felt that there were some parts were it felt like they were teasing each other as they would in present times, it kinda threw me off. This was a good read and I'm glad that this was my first romance novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kept me interested I'd say worth reading.
BookReaderAnnie More than 1 year ago
The last of the Viking Princess has now met her man. Of course being that this is a Sandra Hill book it won't go easy for them and there will be a lot of laughter along the way. I'm almost sad to see the stories end and hope in the future she mentions them in other books. Drifa and Sidroc might have taken a long time to realize that they loved each other but when it happened it was magical. Read the Viking Princess's in order to fully enjoy them.
harstan More than 1 year ago
His father orders Sidroc Guntersson to throw the female baby into the thrall. However, the widower decides he needs a wife to raise his daughter. Sidroc woos long in the tooth hybrid Princess Drifa, daughter of King Thorvald. They marry, but she becomes irate with his boasting of gaining wealth as a third born and a mom for his child; Drifa hammers her new spouse with a pitcher to his head before walking away. When he awakens after days of unconsciousness, he learns his wife has left him and his baby is gone. Five years later, Sidroc and Drifa meet in Byzantium. He is irate to learn she has a daughter Runa. Needing revenge, he courts and beds his virgin wife. Stunned Sidroc realizes his spouse is raising his daughter. When Drifa is kidnapped, Sidroc vows to rescue her so they and their child can forge a loving family. This is similar in tone to many of her Viking romances (see The Viking's Captive) with modern day humor imbued into a Dark Ages gender war. The lead couple is a delightful pairing of two strong individuals who both melt in each other's arms though sometimes caustically and with their child. Readers will appreciate the battle between two powerful adversaries in love as even their trysts are jocular (don't tell Sidroc I said that). Harriet Klausner
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never read one of her novels before and wont again unless someone is giving the out. I have a special place in my heart for these time period romance novels, but only the good ones. This was without a doubt the worst romance i have ever forced myself to finish. From the HORRIBLE writing of the dialogue to the crappy characters. There was nothing i could enjoy. Even the sexual scenes were awkward and choppy. Dont read this and especially dont start with romance here. Keep looking, there a quite a few good ones out there.
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I loved it, i read the whole thing in one day. I just couldnt put it down! She is my favorite author. All her viking books are good. I like how they all have the same characters. This book was sweet, funny, and romantic. A must read! :) ~valkyrja~
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Hated it. Not bad writing, but the story was boring and unappealing. I had to force my way through it.
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22books More than 1 year ago
Another great viking story by Sandra Hill.
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