Brothers of the Wild North Sea by Harper Fox

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...as a romance lover I am not complaining much – anachronistic or not the ending between the main characters satisfied me.
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His deadliest enemy will become his heart’s desire.

Caius doesn’t feel like much of a Christian. He loves his life of learning as a monk in the far-flung stronghold of Fara, but the hot warrior blood of his chieftain father flows in his veins. Heat soothed only in the arms of his sweet-natured friend and lover, Leof.

When Leof is killed during a Viking raid, Cai’s grieving heart thirsts for vengeance—and he has his chance with Fenrir, a wounded young Viking warrior left for dead. But instead of reaching for a weapon, Cai finds himself defying his abbot’s orders and using his healing skills to save Fen’s life.

At first, Fen repays Cai’s kindness by attacking every Christian within reach. But as time passes, Cai’s persistent goodness touches his heart. And Cai, who had thought he would never love again, feels the stirring of a profound new attraction.

Yet old loyalties call Fen back to his tribe and a relentless quest to find the ancient secret of Fara—a powerful talisman that could render the Vikings indestructible, and tear the two lovers’ bonds beyond healing.

Warning: Contains battles, bloodshed, explicit M/M sex, and the proper Latin term for what lies beneath those cassocks.

 

About Harper Fox

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Harper Fox gets to spend every day doing what she loves best-creating worlds and stories for the huge cast of lovely gay men queuing up inside her head. She lives in rural northern England and does most of her writing at an old kitchen table in her back garden, often with blanket and hot water bottle. When not writing, she either despairs or bakes bread, specialities foccacia and her amazing seven-strand challah. If she has any other skills, she's yet to discover them. The Salisbury Key is her fifth published title.
 
Published June 11, 2013 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 314 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Excellent
on Apr 08 2013

Spirituality and faith are presented thoughtfully in a sensually beautiful recounting of love in a time of austerity and danger.

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Good
Reviewed by Sirius on Jun 11 2013

...as a romance lover I am not complaining much – anachronistic or not the ending between the main characters satisfied me.

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