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A battle for power and passion A skilled archer with the heart of a warrior, Gwendolyn of Alvey has proved herself capable of defending her homeland. But the threat of invasion and her father's deathbed wish force her to do the unthinkable: wed Vidar, leader of the enemy. Duty to form an alliance between two powerful clans binds Vidar to Gwendolyn, but desire tempts him toA battle for power and passion A skilled archer with the heart of a warrior, Gwendolyn of Alvey has proved herself capable of defending her homeland. But the threat of invasion and her father's deathbed wish force her to do the unthinkable: wed Vidar, leader of the enemy. Duty to form an alliance between two powerful clans binds Vidar to Gwendolyn, but desire tempts him to distraction. Her nature is to dominate, but he's determined to seduce her into submission on the battlefield—and in the bedchamber…...

Title : The Viking Warrior's Bride
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ISBN : 9780373299508
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Number of Pages : 288 Pages
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The Viking Warrior's Bride Reviews

  • Regan Walker
    2019-02-04 20:29

    Marriage of Convenience Viking StyleSet in 870 in Bernicia (generally, southeastern Scotland/northeastern England), this is the story of Gwendolyn of Alvey, a skilled crossbow archer, who leads her father’s men. She would prefer not to marry since the death of her betrothed, but her father's wish before his death was that she wed a warrior of the Vikings to secure peace for their people.Vidar is a proud warrior who would rather be off fighting than being lord of a large holding, but he will do his duty and marry the difficult woman forced upon him. His brother, the Viking jarl, tells him he has a lot to learn about women. And so he does. Once they are wed, Gwendolyn thinks they will share a bed but nothing will happen between them. Right. Of course, Vidar proves her wrong and, surprisingly, acts the gentleman in the process. (It seemed like much of the story took place in their bedchamber.)There are some exciting scenes with rebel bad guys roaming the countryside killing and burning and Gwendolyn comes to the rescue with her bow so that Vidar sees the value of a bride who is also a warrior who can fight by his side. Though there are references to other couples in the series, this can be read as a stand alone.The Viking Warriors series:Enslaved by the VikingOne Night with the VikingIn Bed with the Viking WarriorThe Viking Warrior’s Bride

  • Autumn (Writer of A Writer's Corner)
    2019-02-08 19:20

    The following review is based off my own opinions, thoughts and reactions. So in other words brace yourself. *There may be inappropriate words such as curse words.* You have been advised in advance.*Oh sweet, sweet juicy details and lust! Take a seat babydoll because I'm about to get feisty with this review!I want to start by saying how much I ADORE the main female character, Gwendolyn! She is an absolute badass in this book. She's a leader, a symbol for her people, and she doesn't let a man push her around and decide her fate. Not to mention I like how the author went about doing her sexual desires to Vidar. Showing the details to such length of the inner struggle she has making things more realistic for the reader to relate to her. And the real cherry on top of this whole thing is she's a sexy badass who's insanely good at archery. All around, she is an amazing character!Tapping on the topic of main characters, Vidor. Ugh, if he wasn't so well described in dripping, juicy details I would totally punch him in the face. This guy pissed me off more than once. For me, he's described as the typical man who thinks they're superior to women, have a right to tell a woman what to do, to punish his woman, etc... Those type of men, I loathe them. I've dealt with these type of men my whole life, at home, at school, even in the work place. However, the reason I'm not too horribly furious with this character is because of the character development and how it grows as you read through the book. His whole changes for the better and he beings to show better understanding and appreciation for Gwendolyn. The whole change with his character blooms into something better and that's why even though his character is horribly wrong in the beginning, the way his character turns out at the end of the story is so much better.Getting into those naughty details, you dirty minds. Juicy. Delicious. Sexy. Steamy. Hot. All these words can be used to described how savory every naughty, wonderful moments this book has.It's sweetly delectable with the details and the fire between the two main characters. So beautifully written and keeps you fanning your face. Now don't go reading those parts first ladies. It's better when it's a surprise!All in all, I suggest getting your grabby hands on a copy of this book ladies! This is a book you need to read for yourself to understand why this book left me so hot and bothered. The perfect book for a nightly read, if you catch my drift!

  • Frankie Reviews
    2019-02-15 20:06

    Oh, how much do I love this series? And it is very sad that this is the last in the series. As it was reading “In Bed with the Viking Warrior” that really got me hooked with Medieval/Viking Romances, I have a real soft spot for “The Viking Warriors ” but Harper St. George has finished this remarkable series in a good place. It’s a good send off and great to see what St. George has done with proud and cunning Vidar, pairing him up with an equally strong and battle hardened, Lady Archer is genius.This is so sexually charged, the chemistry between Vidar and Gwendolyn is red hot, any hotter and your eyes would smoke with just reading it, they are made of the same stuff. I love when they start getting to know each other, there is a real spark between them and the respect he shows her is sweet and uplifting.As always the writing is strong and articulated as we have come to expect from St. George. When I read an historical I like the historic detailing within the story and St George doesn’t disappoint, she has got it all spot on, everything is crystalized and explained to a high degree from the smells of our characters to the actual Viking marriage ceremony – which I found absolutely enchanting, the trading of the swords is a beautiful ritual. This has everything you want in a Historical Romance.Perfect! A great end to a fabulous series.

  • April
    2019-01-19 17:16

    The Viking Warrior's Bride by Harper St. George is an exciting and intriguing Viking Romance. It's mesmerizing, and passionate with drama, conflict, strife and so much more, readers will be turning pages, as they follow this cast of incredible characters on a journey of inner turmoil, as they find love and HEA. Can a Harlot be welcomed as a warrior’s wife? Well written plot with engaging characters and enough strife and conflict to keep readers intrigued and glued to the pages. I was drawn to the characters from the first page throughout. Such an emotionally charged read! A quick read but definitely keeper. Harper St. George is an exceptional storyteller, who draws readers into her stories and leaves them in awe. A must read for fans of Viking, romance, conflict, and great romance. I received a complimentary copy, however, all opinions are my own.Rating: 4.5Heat rating: Steamy Reviewer: AprilR

  • Harlequin Historical
    2019-02-10 01:02

    Miniseries: Viking Warriors

  • Jéssica
    2019-01-20 17:00

    This book follows Vidar, Jarl Eirik's younger brother, that we have first met in book 1 'Enslaved by the Viking', and it's right after the events that happen in book 3 'In Bed with the Viking Warrior'. Which means, of course I was curious about what was going to happen to Vidar and Gwendolyn, whom we known almost nothing about.As you can tell from the title and blurb, Vidar and Gwendolyn are going to get married as an alliance between two powerful clans, and it was a marriage negotiated between Jarl Eirik and Gwendlyn's Father. Since it's an arranged marriage, I knew it would have a lot of funny moments, and I was right.We already knew some of Vidar's ways, we knew some of his personality traits because of the past three books, so I was curious to know how he had develop as a character, and grown as a man. Then there was Gwendolyn, a strong woman, who isn't afraid to stand up too her husband and go to battle and lead her men. That was quite an interesting thing to read.No only did the book have showed the chemistry between Vidar and Gwendolyn, it also showed their relationship grown as they got to know each other. Plus, Vidar started to show his respect for her, which was fantastic and it made me happy. I knew that had to happen, but all the little interactions, in and outside the bedchamber, were fantastic.Besides, although we can see all the strength of the characters and dynamic feeling in the storyline, we also got so see and feel the vulnerable side of the characters. So it was a good balance.I don't want to give spoilers, so let's just say that I'm quite happy that I got that female empowerment from Gwen just like the cover of the book gave me. That cover is one of my favorite covers and the storyline (which is important) did not disappoint me.So you know that if I'm not disappointed, that means I recommend the book.That been said, it's a 5* read!

  • Debby Guyette
    2019-02-03 17:04

    Gwendolyn of Alvey is more than capable of defending her home. Unfortunately, before her father died, he signed a contract with the enemy and she is forced to wed Vidar, one of the enemy leaders. From the beginning, their relationship is extremely competitive. They compete on the field and in the bedroom. Vidar is determined to seduce her and the battle is on. Who will win? Maybe Both?It was amazing to watch Vidar grow and change after his marriage to Gwendolyn. His concept of women and marriage took quite a reversal but so did Gwendolyn’s. Soon they both realized the arranged marriage could be so much more. They came to admire and trust the other and they would need that trust if they are to ensure their survival and that of their combined people.Exciting, fast-paced and set during a time early in history, The Viking Warrior’s Bride is compelling, different and will definitely appeal to a wide range of readers.

  • Michelle Cunliffe
    2019-01-30 22:13

    My ReviewThis book was just amazing, don't you just love a strong, feisty woman, who is not afraid to use a crossbow and stand up too her husband. But I did find that Gwendolyn had a vulnerable side, which she kept hidden and it was only in the privacy of her bedchamber, that you could see what was on her mind.But don't be fooled into thinking that her husband Vidar is a push over, because he isn't and eventually he sees a different side to Gwendolyn. There were a couple of moments in the book that made me chuckle, especially when Gwendolyn and Vidar were jealous at each other, but they just wouldn't admit their feelings for each other.All I will say is this comes highly recommended and I give this book 5/5 stars.This book can be bought from amazon.co.ukI received this ARC from the author, in return for a honest review.

  • Chelsea
    2019-02-16 23:15

    The Viking Warrior's Bride (Viking Warriors #4) was the first Viking Romance book that I have read and I really enjoyed the story as well as the characters. In the authors note at the beginning of the book it is mentioned that the main character Vidar was also in the first couple books in this series so I am planning to back track and read them as well at some point because I would like to see more of him from when he was younger. The relationship between Gwendolyn and Vidar was really fun to watch develop and I enjoyed how the story came together at the end. I look forward to reading more by this author in the future.

  • Vana
    2019-02-14 19:05

    An enjoyable read. Both character's were likable with a feisty female lead reluctant to give up her warrior ways and her new Viking husband at odds with how to handle her. Continually at loggerheads they eventually come to a compromise but not without a few clashes along the way. I really like this story and would recommend it.

  • Modesty_b
    2019-01-25 20:03

    was in a kinda mood... so flipped a lot... a good enough story... may be i'll go back and read it in full.u never know...

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-01-17 20:18

    Received 5 stars @ harlequin.com (as of 12/30/17). To view reviews, go HERE> https://www.harlequin.com/shop/books/...Miniseries: Viking Warriors

  • Morgan Wicks
    2019-01-31 21:03

    Good

  • Harper George
    2019-01-27 20:04