The Peacemaker [NOOK Book]

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Can the Peacemaker tame a warrior bride?

When Njal the Peacemaker meets his bride-to-be, she’s dressed in breeches, flaunting a crossbow, and covered in boar’s blood. What he needs is a woman skilled with words, a woman with exquisite manners, a cunning woman capable of maneuvering the political intrigue of a king’s court. Not this rough country lass whose skill with a ...
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The Peacemaker

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Overview

Can the Peacemaker tame a warrior bride?

When Njal the Peacemaker meets his bride-to-be, she’s dressed in breeches, flaunting a crossbow, and covered in boar’s blood. What he needs is a woman skilled with words, a woman with exquisite manners, a cunning woman capable of maneuvering the political intrigue of a king’s court. Not this rough country lass whose skill with a crossbow rivals his.

<p>Bettina has no desire to wed a peacemaker. She needs a Viking warrior who’ll strike fear into the hearts of her enemies, a man of strength who can thwart her step-uncle’s theft of her castle’s treasures. But Nyal the Peacemaker wields words, not weapons—until their wedding night proves he’s also a man of passion. Neither can resist the heat of their coupling, but can a man who values peace be enough for a warrior bride?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012951274
  • Publisher: Etopia Press
  • Publication date: 6/4/2011
  • Series: Viking Warriors , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 188,191
  • File size: 970 KB

Meet the Author

Jianne’s an Iron Chef America and Law and Order addict who loves to cook, eat, read, and write. She wishes a body could burn a ton of calories being sedentary and eating. Don’t you? If only…
Married for 34 years to an amazing man who still manages to sneak up on her every single day, she’s also the proud mama of three fantastic sons, all of whom are now of legal age. Now if only they’d stop changing majors in college…
Alpha males, strong heroines, exotic locations, and cultural differences are her forte.
She’s travelling the world and time through her books. From Manacled, which is set in modern day Monaco, to D is for Desire (set in Trinidad at Carnival time), to The Bear and The Bride, set in Norway circa 1029 A.D.
Jianne’s writing career began in 2008, and since then she’s been lucky enough to have fourteen books published. Nothing makes Jianne’s day more than an email from someone who’s read one of her books. Jianne loves to hear what tickles your fancy. So far, she’s received emails from almost every continent on the planet. Almost…
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2012

    Excellent Read

    This is the third book in the Viking Warriors series. Normally, by the third book in a series, the author sort of winds down - know what I mean?

    Not in this series!

    Each one just gets better.

    I loved the first two, The Bear and The Bride, and The Dragon Slayer, and I love this one as much. Honestly, I can't decide which one's my favorite. The Bear and The Bride has that sweeping, epic feel of an old fashioned historical, but the heat level is smokin'. The Dragon Slayer is a tale of the ultimate bad-boy hero - kind of a Bruce Willis Viking tale. While The Peacemaker is edgy, brooding (Njal is a dangerous hard hero), and that touch of BDSM ups the ante to blazing!

    What I particularly liked about The Peacemaker is the reversal of roles - Bettina, the ultimate tomboy who loves to hunt, and Njal - a Viking warrior who values peace. The chemistry between these two jumps off the pages.

    Can't wait for the next one.

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  • Posted March 25, 2012

    This is my second Viking book in the series to read, and I wasn'

    This is my second Viking book in the series to read, and I wasn't disappointed. After reading The Dragon Slayer, I thought I'd give another one a try. I usually don't read this genre, but I love these stories. The characters have distinct personalities and the plots are page-turners. I like the length since I'm very busy and don't have a lot of time to read.

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  • Posted July 19, 2011

    Can I have a Viking please!

    Great book a must read!

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