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Book 1 of the Chronicles of Angelcynn Series: Erik is desperate for the return of his beloved cousin who was taken from her home in a raid by the Norsemen, and he is willing to risk his life to accomplish it. When his well-laid plans are spoiled by a little Saxon thrall, however, will he be able to forgive her or will he make her suffer for the rest of her days? Megan fellBook 1 of the Chronicles of Angelcynn Series: Erik is desperate for the return of his beloved cousin who was taken from her home in a raid by the Norsemen, and he is willing to risk his life to accomplish it. When his well-laid plans are spoiled by a little Saxon thrall, however, will he be able to forgive her or will he make her suffer for the rest of her days? Megan fell in love with the gentle giant on the Viking slave ship who protected her during the journey to Scandinavia. When he suddenly turns against her she is hurt and bewildered until she realizes she has made a horrible mistake that cost him his cousin’s freedom and nearly cost him his life. Will she ever regain Erik’s love or will he hate her forever? ~60,000 words***CAUTION: This story contains Christian Domestic Discipline and as such, portrays discipline/ moderate spanking of adult women.***Chronicles of Angelcynn886 A.D.With the threat of occupation by the Viking Danes still looming, King Alfred needs his previously separate kingdoms of Wessex and Mercia to stand as one united Angelcynn. Otherwise, the English have little hope of survival as a free people. Knowing the great warlords are still not used to giving acquiescence to one single king, Alfred has a plan to bring them together through marriage alliances. But when his plans go awry, does it mean the devil is fighting against him or God is fighting for him?...

Title : Erik of Falconhearst
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ISBN : 8208644
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 205 Pages
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