Viking Warrior
He Would Never Forgive

After a brutal attack on his farmstead, Wulfric the Ruthless had sworn vengeance on the Danish raiders for killing his young wife. But when he laid eyes on Reyna the Dane all he could see was a woman of extraordinary beauty, with flowing hair the color of moonlight and the body any Valkyrie would envy. She was his thrall, gifted to him by his brother to warm his bed. Could the beautiful healer also ease the fire burning in his heart?

She Would Never Forget

Stolen from her home by wild Norsemen, Reyna would always remember the face of the barbarian who's destroyed her life. When she first caught sight of her new master, she though he was the very man she'd vowed to hate forever. But Wulf's golden body and seductive kisses awoke very different feelings within her. As one deliciously long Northern light blended into another, she realized he was no longer her enemy but her beloved... Viking Warrior

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  • Chandra
    Dec 31, 1969


    AUTHORConnie Mason has a simplistic style of writting. She reves it up on the passion and lust.SYNOPSISSet in the days of the Vikings where countries that we know today as Norwegian countries plundered for booty and slaves and raids were often.A woman's village is raided and she is sol...

  • Lover of Romance
    Dec 31, 1969

    Lover of Romance

    When a brutal attack on Wulf the Ruthless's land, killing his wife and unborn child, vowing vengence on the Danes. However when his brother brings a woman Reyna the Dane, he is mystified by her beauty, but also recognizes her as a woman during a raid he found raped and sold her, but Re...

  • Trudy Miner
    Dec 31, 1969

    Trudy Miner

    Wulfric the Ruthless is gifted with Reyna the Dane as a thrall following the death of his wife in a raid by violent Danes. His brother bought her from a slave trader in Byzantium on a trading voyage there because she could not be tamed. Unknown to Wulfric's brother, it was Wulfric who ...

  • SheLove2Read
    Dec 31, 1969


    My cat could write a better story. ...

  • Jess Haines
    Dec 31, 1969

    Jess Haines

    I’m not gonna lie—I’ve read a few rape-y bodice-rippers in my time. However, as I’ve grown older, my tastes have changed, and I now find that style of "romance" in a novel involving forced seduction to be incredibly offensive. When the girl is completely unwilling, ...

  • Becca Walker
    Dec 31, 1969

    Becca Walker

    It was alright. Unlike other readers I didn't find it that "rapey". True she says no then gives in because she finds him attractive, but for me there wasn't a rape because she did actually want it. (obviously the rape by Olgas brother was a rape but is just referred to in past tense an...

  • Faye Hollidaye
    Dec 31, 1969

    Faye Hollidaye

    This is a romance by a best-seller worthy of her title. Not only does this book deliver in lust, but also in history, scene, and adventure. The journey the characters make through a world that turns against them easily is believable, tragic, and at times triumphant. Never once did I th...

  • Janaye
    Dec 31, 1969


    I feel like, when it comes to reading these types of books, it is very important to remember what they actually are. This is a Romance novel. It is all about sexy time and hotness. Viking lords and strong, but delicate in womanly fashion, warrior women. I read this book, for the first ...

  • Donna (BLHmistress)
    Dec 31, 1969

    Donna (BLHmistress)

    I am a big fan of Connie Mason, that being said this wasn't one of my favorite books. Not sure why it didn't grab me like her others . It had a good plot and the characters were well written just it lacked something. Maybe it was just me because I haven't read Historical Romance in awh...

  • Nita
    Dec 31, 1969


    I always love Connie's books. This wasn't her best, but I still enjoyed it. It's better than some of the other books I've read lately. Connie's writing skills outshine other authors in that she "shows" more than "tells" her story. ...