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    Awesome Book!

    I was lucky to receive this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Another great story by S.T. Bende – Supernatural Chronicles: “The Asgardians” is about Inga and her friends as they are given a task by Norns in order to save their immortality and to save the Midgard (Earth) from falling. From the very beginning this book sucked me in with an exciting ride of action, adventure, revenge, deep love, and loyalty. I loved reading about Inga and Gunner (who is definitely more funner) in this story. They have such an amazing relationship and chemistry. It’s great how they have each other’s backs and the love they share runs deep. Inga is a strong, brave woman and a great role model. Gunner is swoon worthy, supportive and protective of those he loves. One of the traits Gunner has that you don’t always see in books is his ability to support Inga and help her accomplish whatever task she needs to do even if it puts her in danger. He doesn’t hold her back even though he wants her to be protected. Brynn and Henrik are some of my favorite supporting characters. I am such a huge fan of those two. Brynn and Henrik added a lot to this story as they work together with Inga and Gunner. The Asgardians is a thrilling and quick read and definitely a story you don’t want to miss.
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    S.t. Knows how to send you on an adventure!

    I was given an ARC of The Asgardians for an honest review. If you are a fan of S.t. Bend, you know that she is very good at the whole Norse God thing. She knows how to create a sexy God and a woman well matched and worthy of his love. The Asgardians goes along with S.t.'s other stories as a Novella or as a stand alone in the Supernatural Chronicles. Here, we have the Norse crew of Inga, Gunnar, Brynn and Henrick,  who have to solve a riddle left by the Norns to save Midgard from being taken over by darkness. All they have to do is recover a relic and take it to the Saint Louis Cemetery in New Orleans. Easy right? Not when said relic can unleash powerful evil. I loved this short story, especially since I am a die hard Gunnar fan. His cheeky humor and love for his wife Inga melts my heart every single time. S.t. has a way of doing that with her characters.
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    Wow – my favorite of her books so far!

    Wow – my favorite of her books so far! Really fast paced - which I loved, lots of action, no fluff, a few laughs, a few worrying moments, and even a little bit of back story. It’s all based on 4 characters you know – Inga, Gunner, Henrik and Brynn, so there wasn’t any time spent on getting to know them, instead ST Bende jumps right into the action and it’s go, go, go until the last word. I was gripped from the first line and had real trouble putting it down to get some work done. It’s a standalone story, so it works even if you’ve yet to read ST Bende’s other books (FYI - you’ll be hooked after this one…) Just so you know, I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review (and I so can’t wait to read the next one!)
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    The Norsey Goodness Is Strong!

    Mama’s Thoughts: So there’s this saying, and if you’ve been around the crazy Norse fiends much you’ve probably heard it, something like #GunnarisFunner, and normally this would hold true, but holy cow, #MakeWayForHenrik. I loved him in Perfekt Order, another very recent release from S.T. Bende, but this one sees him really laying on the charm. Or is it sass? either way it’s good to me! Of course we have our loverly Brynn and Inga, who kick some major tail and show those dudes why they need them rather than the other way around. We also find out more about Inga’s past, something that is a bit of a mystery if you’ve read the Elsker Saga books. The fun part of this novella is that it doesn’t ruin anything in previous or future Norsey books, and can absolutely be enjoyed alone, but I highly recommend reading the others. Though I really don’t have to because as soon as you read this short little business you’ll be hooked and become a glutton for Bende’s books! Of course this is also part of a larger collective, The Supernatural Chronicles, so read this, collect your relic and enter the ginormous giveaway! No matter what you win, with such a great book to read.
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    Asgardian Awesomeness!!!

    If, like me, you were left wanting to see more of Inga and Gunnar Andersson at the end of S.t Bende's Elsker Saga series, then our wishes have truly been granted and then some, with the addition of Gunnar's all sorts of fabulous brother Henrik and their Valkyrie friend Brynn in the mix. The Asgardians is the ninth instalment of the Dynamis Supernatural Chronicles series and as a cross-over novel timelined almost parallel to Tur and prequelling Elsker, it does not disappoint. At the beginning of the novella, we find Inga and her husband Gunnar attempting to get some well deserved (and long overdue) "alone time" on a skiing vacation. However, there's no rest for the Asgardians as they (along with Henrik and Brynn) are swiftly embroiled in a quest to recover a magical blood-covered relic and deliver it to a New Orleans cemetery within two days or they will be trapped on Midgard (otherwise known as Earth) losing their immortality, any chance of returning to Asgard and facing the full force of the dark forces that will come forth. Unfortunately, the blood they need to obtain for the relic will not be surrendered lightly, and stirs up deep emotions and desires for revenge (hinted at in the opening prologue scene) for both Inga and Gunnar that will need to be addressed as they race against time to save themselves and the Realms they love. S.t. Bende continually manages to deliver fast paced adventures filled with well balanced characters you can immediately identify with, empathise with and cheer on until you are hoarse. The action scenes are fast paced and well described without being overly graphic and keep you on the edge of your seat. The added heart-stopping "will they,won't they survive" moment effectively immerses us further into the story, building the suspense and sense of urgency perfectly. The Asgardians really is a story that covers a little bit of everything: Thrilling and well choreographed fight sequences, a little bit of mystery and suspense, magic, some great banter between the characters, Villains you love to hate, Norse Gods and true love.... what more could you ask for? A great read for any reader from young adult upwards, definitely not to be missed!
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