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The Norse King's Daughterby Sandra Hill
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Hell Hath No Fury Like a Princess Scorned!
Princess Drifa can certainly see whySidroc Guntersson is a living legend—on battlefield and in bedchamber both.But the King of Stoneheims willful daughterpitches a royal fit when she learns of the truereason for the virile Vikings passionate attentions.A third-born son with no hope of inheriting thefamily jarldom, scheming Sidroc must marry andis interested in Drifa only for her fathers landand money. The barbarian is lucky she just crackshim on his fool head with a pottery pitcher!
Five years later, Drifa needs Sidrocs protection—in Byzantium, no less!—though revenge holdsmore appeal for this man she left for dead.Tis a pity two such perfect enemies matcheach other so well, passion for passion.So much so that the bold Viking berserkeris soon thinking marriage again . . .only this time it will be on his terms!
“Sandra Hill always delivers smart, sexy, laugh-out-loud action.”
“Sandra Hill writes stories that tickle the funnybone and touch the heart.”
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 Kings 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 Kings Daughter is Sandra Hill Viking romance at its most charming, funny, and delectable—a treat for every reader who loves to laugh and love.
About 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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