Malice Striker by Jianne Carlo
(Viking Vengeance)

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Viking Vengeance Book One

Can a mere mortal Viking tame the daughter of a goddess?

When Scotland’s King Kenneth orders his death and kidnaps his sister, the Viking Brökk—the Malice Striker—plans his vengeance: he’ll steal the king’s bastard daughter from Sumbarten Abbey and use her to buy his sister's freedom. But his schemes go awry when his liege lord commands him to wed Skatha—and when he finds five women instead of one at the Abbey, none will claim the King as father.

When the Viking abducts Skatha and her women, she’s bewildered. Why did Brökk seize her? Why does he want her for his wife? She weds him willingly enough when he threatens to kill her companions, but she vows to control her own destiny and escape. For if the Viking discovers her secrets, the laws of his people will force him to cast her aside…or kill her. And even Skatha, daughter of a goddess, might not escape the Viking’s wrath…
 

About Jianne Carlo

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Award winning, author Jianne Carlo's motto is simple: Alpha Me Please. While strong heroines, exotic locations, and cultural differences are her forte, she goes weak in the knees and salivates for warriors of any type -- rebels, SEALs, Vikings, and bad-ass mercenaries. Send her a man with an attitude and she'll find the right woman to tame him. Jianne's writing career began in 2008, and since then she's been lucky enough to have over twenty books published. Most of her books are TOP PICKs and several have been nominated for and won numerous awards and prizes. Nothing makes Jianne's day more than an email from someone who's read one of her books. So far, she's received emails from almost every continent on the planet. Almost.
 
Published October 9, 2012 by Etopia Press. 218 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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