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  • Great Story

    What a gut-wrenching book. I felt so bad for both Della and Brant. There was so much miscommunication between the both of them. I wanted to cry for both of them through most of the book. I even had a heard time listening to the book because I felt so bad and knew more was coming for the couple. There is a happily ever after. Also remembering how women were pretty much property back in the day sucks for us women and I hope history never repeats itself on that account. *I received a free copy of this book via the author and am voluntarily leaving a review.*

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  • Fire and ice will leave you feeling steamy

    I loved this story and how played out ,the story of how opposites attract and of how misjudged hatred turns to love. Della is a often labeled Della the Cold for the one reason she seem to be a cold person. She had a tragic event happen to her as a young child where she lost her mother and baby brother at the hands of a bunch of Viking men which is why she hated the race so munch she blamed them all. When was eight she lost her cousin and only friend when he was sent away by her father .Guess Della figure that every time she got close to someone and loved them she lost them.Della world was about to change when she meets and is married of to the very kind of man she hated a Viking. Brant a Viking Lord of Blackwell is as hot blooded and stubborn as they come is to be married to Della daughter of Lord of Strathfeld by decree o the King in other to strengthen both lands by uniting them . As the story goes on the two off fight much and question each other motives to see if they are being truthful. They often surprise each other by totally doing things out of character. If Della and Brant's marriage is to survive they will need to work hard on it. Things are thrown for a loop when someone from Della's past her cousin Stuart arrives home and causes utter chaos and cause the couple to question yet again each other loyalty to one another as the unwanted guess misguides a young and naïve Della once again. Della begins to see the truth of things but it maybe to late and her life and what she has come to realize what and who she truly loves is in danger. Will it be to late or will all be saved.

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  • Excellent!

    This is an excellent historical romance! I liked it.. This author has created a wonderful story with a multitude of characters that are very real and down to earth.. Both heartbreaking and heartwarming.. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Lord of Fire, Lady of Ice

    3.5 stars Nothing is as it seems when given in marriage to your enemy! Offered to Lord Brant, Lady Della's hatred of Vikings is shown very clearly. Arguments aside, the tension of culture, attitude and even courtship are couched in terms that leave no confusion. But passion has a way of undermining even the most virulent of tongues. Can they learn to trust each other before matters become too heated? Can misunderstandings be overturned by acknowledging pride is a culprit?

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  • Like watching a movie

    Good and exciting story. It’s like watching a movie. Protagonists who do not trust each other but still come together despite intrigues.Alternately I was annoyed by both Brant and Della, Della sometimes too spoiled, Brant sometimes too short-tempered. I found the misunderstandings between the two a bit repetitive in the first part of the story. The violence in the book was a bit too graphically described for my taste, but anyway, thats probably how it was in that era. It’s a novel I would read again, and also made me curious about the other characters and their books I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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