Baldr the Beautiful is dead.
Desperate to get back to his privileged role as Óðinn's favorite son, Baldr strikes a bargain with Hel, the half living and half skeletal queen of the realm of the dead. He offers the only thing he's got: knowledge from the living world. If he teaches her something new, she will return him to the realms of the living.
Hel gives him three days.
But the icy Hel seems completely impervious to Baldr's charms. What's worse, she already knows everything.
By the end of the third day, Baldr realizes he only has one chance left to impress her.
Returning to his former life depends on Baldr the Beautiful seducing the most formidable woman in the Nine Realms.
|Publisher:||Vestal Valley Press|
|File size:||818 KB|
About the Author
Born and raised in Colorado, Samantha MacLeod has lived in every time zone in the US, and London. She has a bachelor’s degree from Colby College and an M.A. from the University of Chicago; yes, the U. of C. really is where fun comes to die.
Samantha lives with her husband and two small children in the woods of southern Maine. When she’s not shoveling snow or writing steamy sex scenes, Samantha can be found teaching college composition and philosophy to undergraduates who have no idea she leads a double life as an erotica author.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Made me want to read more of this authors twist on norse mythology!
A well written interesting storyline. Baldr wakes up dead and bargains to be freed. Hel tasks him with teaching her something new in three days and he will be free. The characters are interesting and likable. The chemistry is good. The plot flows well with the story and is filled with drama, romance and laughter. I would recommend this book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
This is a remarkable story based upon Norse mythology. The characters stand out and provide for a provoking story that captivates and engages the mind. If you are a fan of Norse Mythology, you will love this tale. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.