Friday, July 17, 2015

Conquests: An Anthology of Smoldering Viking Romance edited by @DelilahDevlin with Teresa Noelle Roberts @TeresNoeRoberts ~ Only $.99!!!

Edited by
Delilah Devlin
Only $0.99

Got Vikings? How about thirteen of them, all well researched as well as (ahem) well hung, all sexy as hell, and all ready to entertain you this summer? If this sounds enticing, check out the newly released anthology , edited by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Delilah Devlin. At only $0.99, it's definitely easy to "plunder" (and it's free if you're a Kindle Unlimited subscriber.) Best of all from my point of view, the Vikings of this collection aren't just pillaging coastal villages. They're exploring, acting as mercenaries and merchants and sometimes just going about their lives on shore. 
Here's the official description: 

Vikings. Fierce warriors who terrified all in their path as they raided and marauded, enslaved and murdered during Europe's Dark Ages. But these rough men from a rugged land were also sailors, explorers, craftsmen, and highly sought after mercenaries. 

Conquests: An Anthology of Smoldering Viking Romance will transport you to the realm of fantasy where such fearsome and loyal men are relentless potent lovers. Whether the lady of the keep demands a few stolen hours of pleasure with a captured Viking warrior or the handsome Northman is the one seducing his captive, you will find plenty of lusty adventures in settings as far-flung as Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Byzantium, Moorish Spain and the New World. 

Let your fantasies run wild to a time when men wearing bearskin shirts and shining iron helms could capture a fierce maiden's heart! 

The Captive by Lizzie Ashworth - A captive turns captor when the lady of an English keep commands a few stolen hours of pleasure with a captured Viking warrior Ásgeirr and the 

Tree of Life by Mina Murray - Danger and desire collide when a wounded Viking warrior washes ashore on a remote Irish island 

A Varangian Guest by Melissa Fuchs - When her brother returns to Constantinople in the company of a warrior from the far north, a widow finds herself drawn to him with irresistible desire 

How to Train Your Skjaldmaer by Delilah Devlin - A Viking jarl tricked into marrying a shieldmaiden sets out to tame his fiery bride 

The Viking's Prize by Emma Jay - Treachery and desire greet a Viking warrior who travels to the coast of Newfoundland to broker peace with the indigenous tribes 

There for the Taking by Nym Nix - A captive is seduced by her Viking captor as he couples with an amorous shieldmaiden whilst she is left to watch 

Sweet Silk by Megan Mitcham - A Viking returns to Persia years after saving a merchant from certain death to retrieve the child-bride awarded him--yet never claimed 

Little Warrior by Evey Brett - A woman braves a pair of daunting shieldmaidens and her father's wrath in order to take her sister's place as bride to a Viking warrior 

Protecting Her by Regina Kammer - A Byzantine noblewoman seeking refuge in a monastery loses her heart to an invader when Constantinople is sacked by the Rus

Enslaved by Elle James - A conquering Viking vows to tame his sassy Celtic slave--if she doesn't kill him first 

The Oak and the Ale by Beatrix Ellroy - A businesswoman trying to secure trade routes for her family instead finds love with a crippled warrior 

New Words by Teresa Noelle Roberts - An Andalusian Arab poet learns that her new Northman husband is more than just a handsome barbarian 

The Needle and the Strap by Bibi Rizer - A young man hasn't lived up to the Viking standards of his brave and ruthless kinsmen--until he rescues a wild and wicked shieldmaiden from a burning ship  


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