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During an invasion by aggressive Norsemen, Lady Charlotte Abbot and her sister, Emma, find themselves at the mercy of Finn Vapnfjord and a lusty contingent of Vikings. As their village is sacked, they are seduced into sexual slavery, satisfying the needs of the men, while their virgin flesh is blissfully ravaged.
This story contains forced seduction, virgin sex, oral sex, double penetration, anal sex, an orgy, and scenes of Viking debauchery. All characters are 18 and above. Adult 18+
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- Lauren nicole
it was ok
I liked the first one and did not read the synopsis for the 2nd book just got it i think I was hoping for a continuation of the first story but this one isn't bad just really like first female character.
1 person found this helpful
- Jim "The Impatient"
Another Winner by Wade
In the review for the first book I wrote that it was well written and a high quality production. That continues in Cum 2. I thought this was even more better. Okay, I'm not at literary professor, but I know what I like. You don't need to listen to one, these are pretty much different stories One is good (5 stars), but this is better. If you like the Bumgartners Babysitter series, you should like this.
The writing is so good that I had no problem visualizing the characters and the scenery. Being able to see this type of story in your head really adds to the enjoyment.
Narrator is excellent.
12 people found this helpful
- Kindle Customer
not worth the money
What would have made Cum for the Viking 2 better?
What could Virginia Wade have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Made the words suit the era she was writing about
How could the performance have been better?
She could have read the story with more emotion
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Writing historical fiction means keeping true to the patterns of speech for the time period