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The Norse King's Daughter (edition 2011)
by Sandra Hill
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Hell Hath No Fury Like a Princess Scorned!
Princess Drifa can certainly see why Sidroc Guntersson is a living legend— on battlefield and in bedchamber both. But the King of Stoneheim’s willful daughter pitches a royal fit when she learns of the true reason for the virile Viking’s passionate attentions. A third-born son with no hope of inheriting the family jarldom, scheming Sidroc must marry and is interested in Drifa only for her father’s land and money. The barbarian is lucky she just cracks him on his fool head with a pottery pitcher!
Five years later, Drifa needs Sidroc’s protection— in Byzantium, no less!—though revenge holds more appeal for this man she left for dead. ’Tis a pity two such perfect enemies match each other so well, passion for passion. So much so that the bold Viking berserker is soon thinking marriage again . . . only this time it will be on his terms!
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:39:36 -0400)
When she learns that Sidroc Guntersson is only courting her for her wealth, Princess Drifa hits him over the head and leaves him for dead, but when she needs his protection five years later, she must agree to his passionate terms.
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