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    Fantasy Romance

    The Norse Sorcerer is the second book in the Vikings of Highgard by Leigh Ann Edwards. This series shows the growth of the author as well as the characters. The first series I read written by her had the same main characters throughout the entire series. This one has a trio of sisters which each book being mainly about one. The first book, The Norse Protector does much of the world building and dangers that these last three are facing that I would recommend the books be read in order for that reason. Still I found this story to be self-contained as far as Brenna and Mikkel the Black go. The story is long but much happens along the way of Brenna, the healer coming to earth. As she is still adjusting she meets Mikel, their journey is as treacherous as the first sister’s journey. Along the way trust must be build, unknowns must be revealed and problems must be solved. To find love along the way is a bonus for both of them. Still the overarching theme is not complete even as the sisters are reunited. One more book in this excellent fantasy must be coming which I look forward to reading. 4.5 Stars An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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