A Tale of Two Vikings by Sandra Hill

By Sandra Hill

Has a watch for the women, loves a great struggle. Splits his facets over impolite jokes. will not ask instructions irrespective of how misplaced he's . . . even in a longship, for the affection of Odin! Sound like a person you recognize? probably each guy you recognize? Toste and Vagn Ivarsson are all that and more—a lot extra. exact Viking twins, they got here squalling into this international jointly, rode their first horses on the age of 7, their first maids in the course of their 13th summer time, and rode off on longships as untried fourteen-year-old warriors. And now, having noticeable basically thirty and one winters, they're approximately to stand Valhalla jointly. or perhaps anything much more tragic: being separated. For even the main virile Viking needs to ultimately go away his most sensible blood brother at the back of and do conflict with that the majority fearsome of all opponents—the love of his lifestyles.

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He inquired cautiously of the nun who was now wringing her hands with distress, alternately staring at him and the open doorway, probably contemplating escape. "You may call me Lady… Lady Esme," she rebuked him haughtily. Aaah, so that was the reason for her ill-temper. He had misheard her name. He tried to smile, but it was beyond the muscles of his face, which were attached to a scalp that felt as if it were torn in half, which it probably was. " And that thought brought him up short. " She nodded slowly.

And I do not care what you say, Helga must be homely if she has not wed yet at the ripe old age of twenty and eight. An averaged virgin. Eew! "You named her Helga the Homely, and she has suffered mightily for it. Plus, you ne'er showed up for the betrothal ceremony when you were fifteen. " "I keep telling you, that was my twin brother, Toste. " At the mention of Toste's name, tears welled in Vagn's eyes. He still could not accept the fact of his brother's death. How would he ever go on without his other half?

I should be dead. " "The gods are watching over you," she opined. " Apparently, he was not too happy about the fate the gods had dealt him. She decided to ignore the ungratefulness of his remark and examine him for other injuries. Blessed Freyja, give me strength. As lady of the keep, she had often tended the sick, and this man was no different. Keep telling myself that, and mayhap I will believe it. She would not feign modesty at this late date. Here I go. Flipping the bed coverlet aside, she exposed his nude body to full view… to his amusement, she could tell.

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