Dream Island by Josie Litton
(Medieval Trilogy)

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The legendary island nation of Akora has shunned outsiders for centuries, but fate is about to deliver a young Englishwoman into the arms of its prince–and sweep them both into a daring love that knows no boundaries....


Lady Joanna Hawkforte spent her childhood reading about the wondrous beauty of Akora. But now the country of her dreams has become a symbol of her worst nightmare. Nine months ago her brother embarked on a dangerous journey to find the mythic land–and Joanna never heard from him again. Believing he is being held captive in Akora, she is compelled to devise a desperate plan to find him....

The son of an English lord and an Akoran princess, Lord Alex Darcourt has spent months in England on a secret mission. Now he has set sail back to the land of his youth–and to an unknown fate in a nation fraught with unrest. But Alex’s discovery of a secret stowaway has thrown his voyage into turmoil. A bold, honey-haired beauty, Joanna has no idea of the danger she’s placed herself in. As Alex’s ship enters its home port, he hopes he can protect her in a world where she is unwelcome. But his greatest challenge proves to be protecting Joanna from his own smoldering desire–a forbidden passion that could put both their lives in jeopardy.

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Published December 18, 2007 by Bantam. 386 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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To cement the pact between the Saxon and Norse, Hawk grudgingly agrees to take a Norse bride, and his unexpected affection for Lady Krysta, his enigmatic and fiery fiancée, is the focus of Litton's second, less dynamic entry.

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Despite Akora's party line on female behavior—that women should be submissive to their warrior men and treated like birds in a gilded cage—Joanna and Alex's sister, Kassandra, roam about Akora freely.

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Although Wolf and Cymbra fall deeply in love, Wolf knows he must contact his powerful brother-in-law, Lord Hawk and face a standoff with him.

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As a follow-up to the beginnings of peace started by the marriage of his sister Cymbra to the Viking, Lord Hawk weds Norsewoman Lady Krysta.

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