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  • Wonderful Highland Tale!

    Rorik, the man and wolf, are keepers! A wonderful and entertaining book about the mixture of Norse and Scottish heritage. Since that's my heritage, what's not to like? Actually, the book was well written with drama, a wee bit of comedy, suspense and of course romance. I look forward to the rest of the wolves' stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Not Your Average Hero

    I always look forward to a new book written by Mary Morgan because I know I will read a well thought out story that transports me to another time and another place. The characters will be intriguing if not always endearing but human with their weakness and their strengths. In the case of Rorik the second book in The Wolves of Clan Sutherland this was especially true. I did not care for the Dark Seducer at first but as his backstory is revealed, came to care for this man and the wolf inside understanding how what he showed the world was not always how he wanted to be. As for Ragna Maddadsson, the Seer for the Orkneyjar Isles, her path in life was not an easy journey either. I liked this strong compassionate woman from the beginning. Also I was thrilled that the second book was their story since they had verbally sparred in the first book. I knew that there was much more to their story which I was eager to discover. It was all I had hoped for with a picture perfect setting, intrigue, political overtones, emotional turmoil, brotherhood, and a cast of characters that round out the story beautifully. As always it is a swoon worthy romance that shows while love may not be easy to maintain it is certainly worth the effort. The publisher/author gave me a complimentary ARC of the book which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Denied attraction

    What a great fantasy read! I really enjoyed watching the slow smoulder between Ragna and Rorik blended in with the quest for information demanded by the King. Although I have not read read the previous novel in the series, I was easily able to follow most of the things that happened before. Wolf shifters, warriors, seers and a plot to uncover while evil is nearby kept me sucked into the story right to the end. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Rorik is a must-read this summer!

    Rorik is known as the Dark Seducer. He uses his charm to get women to reveal dark secrets, all in the name of his king. Seer Ragna knows this all too well, yet her heart yearns for him. Betrayal and heartache are sure to be Ragna’s lifetime companions, so she keeps her distance, only speaking to Rorik when absolutely necessary. But when a deadly vision plagues her, she knows she must cross the North Sea into Scotland and give her warning to Rorik. She enlists the help of Magnar in case Rorik won’t listen. She loves him dearly and would risk his wrath than lose him to death. What happens next surprises them both. They must learn to trust in Rorik’s wolf or they will both perish. Can Ragna succeed in preventing Rorik’s death and securing his love or will she be too late? Rorik is book two in Mary Morgan’s award-winning series and I truly loved reading it. Rorik’s and Ragna’s combative natures make for explosive passion when they get together. The sparring between these two had me whipping through the pages. But there’s more to this couple than meets the eye. There’s deep hurt, not to mention fears to work through. Mary Morgan writes so eloquently, the reader is whisked away and becomes a part of the story. Rorik is the Vikings version of a playboy spy and his bad-boy ways are definitely swoon-worthy. Ragna is the honest ‘tell it like it is’ heroine who sees beyond the bad boy persona. The romance is enemies-to-lovers with a few twists I didn’t see coming. A beautifully written Viking paranormal romance, Rorik is a must-read this summer. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5+ stars

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  • Rorik

    Rorik is definitely a wolf waiting to be gentled . The reader is gifted with a tale of wonderful characters and a world of olde that you wish would continue past the last page. Settle into the second of a series that will sweep you away.

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