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Viking Wolf

Viking Warriors, Book 2
Narrated by: Emma Parry
Series: Viking Warriors Series, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

Enter a world of burning desire and brutal passion, a world threatened by ambition, jealousy, and revenge.

Eirik has shed his blood on the battlefield; now, he’s commanded to marry a woman he’s never met. Will his sense of honor part him from Elswyth forever?

Caught between the desire of two Viking warrior brothers, does Elswyth have any choice but to submit? As the ancient blood rituals of Ostara night begin, dark forces are stirring, and Elswyth's life is in peril.

Surrender to suspense, mystery, and forbidden passion - in Viking Wolf.

Heat level: volcanic.

Viking Wolf is the second in the Viking Warriors series: a full-length historical romance with some dark and steamy scenes.

©2018 Emmanuelle de Maupassant (P)2019 Emmanuelle de Maupassant

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Good but not for me

I enjoy this author and I really liked book 1 plus I know it was excellent writting but I personally just hate cheating stories. It's a hard no for me. There was plenty of steam and angst which all make for a great story but I just kept coming back to my feelings of the characters cheating. Otherwise I loved the author and narrator.
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Viking Wolf

I’m really liking this series so far! The setting and characters are so interesting that I can’t wait to hear more.

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  • 22-10-19

LOVED IT

Wow I think I liked this one even more than the first one!!
It is written in such an amazing way that it some how seems to flow so gently even when dealing with harrowing, brutal situations that i almost felt hypnotised at times!!
The Narration definitely helped with the hypnotic feeling - it was done brilliantly!
Highly recommended

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Barbaric

This book picks right up from the last one. It’s just as brutal and graphic. If your looking for a romance this is NOT for you! It’s edgy and gritty. Great narration.
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For the love of vikings

I really enjoyed this dark tale with lots of heart breaking moment's and lots of sexy times. I can't wait to see what's next in store for the sexy Vikings. Really happy with the way the story is progressing for this series.

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Viking Warriors Book One

Viking Warriors Book One.

Now that Elswyth has accompanied Eirik to his homeland as a thrall, she clings to him in the hopes that he will not leave her to the other men of the village. Even though Faline is also with them, Elswyth believes Eirik truly loves only her. However, when Eirik and his sister leave to find their arranged marriages, Elswyth is left behind. Now, she must deal with Eirik's brother's lust, as he is the Jarl of the village. When a strange sickness invades, Elswyth attempts to find a cure, only to be cast out for her failure.

If you're looking for a brutally honest Viking romance, this is the book for you.

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I had a hard time with this one. It left me confused here and there. It wasn’t horrible, but the way book one was set up, I thought this would be set up the same way. I wanted more of a continuation of book 1.

I voluntarily received a courtesy copy of this audio book from AudiobookObsession and I am choosing to leave a review.
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A really engaging story.

This is a viking story from the pov of Elswyth an English woman that follows on directly after the novella Viking Thunder.

I felt that the author drew a vivid picture of how life was in viking times, and evoked the feelings and atmosphere I would imagine of how people in that society would live, and love and function. The story itself is more than a love story, it really is a story of a young woman and her struggles within a male dominated village. I haven't really read or listened to many other stories about the vikings, but I definitely enjoyed this audiobook.

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Really enjoyable

This was a fantastic read. I loved that the author put her own spin on the Norse stories that built this book while still keeping it as true to the time as possible. A very enjoyable listen

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Let's go a viking!

I enjoyed this story. The storyline was unique and compelling. It was steamy but not overly so. I'd be interested in reading more from this series.

The narrator did a good job. Her male voices were a bit odd but it didn't detract from the story. Overall her performance was enjoyable.

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  • mary
  • 09-08-19

great viking story

i enjoyed this book very much. Just when i thought i knew where this story was going, i was surprised that it took a new turn. I like that a book isnt easy to figured ever move out. i thought this a story that made you think about what you would have done. I found myself saying my thought out loud. this is part 2 of the series, and i think that they went together. i would say that you could read either of them as a single book, but its great when you read both books.

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  • Colorado Cowgirl
  • 06-08-19

Fantastic, earthy and passionate Viking lore!!

Viking Wolf is an earthy, primal, passionate tale full of Viking lore, pagan celebrations and drama. I loved Viking Thunder, probably the most erotic book I have ever read, and Viking Wolf continues the story of Erik and Elswyth as they land in Erik's Viking Village. The passion and lust between them has not abated, but the politics, traditions and jealousies in Erik's world threaten to overpower Elswyth as she tries to sort out what her role is and become accepted. Was she a slave to the ruling family or did her love for Erik have a future? Could she avoid the lecherous advances of Erik's brother the jarl (leader)? Must Erik wed a woman from another village to form a political alliance? This series feels so real and transports you to the often violent and brutal world of the Norse and their pagan rituals and beliefs. As a healer, Elswyth is mystified by a strange pox that is plaguing the villagers and if she is to be accepted she needs to find a cure. And she was living in dangerous times with one misstep could brand her a witch or an outsider forever. And there is plenty of raw, Viking sex in this book too to thrill you. Fortunately the third book, Viking Beast will be released soon!

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  • Rosemary Hughes
  • 05-08-19

Future Uncertainties can lead to bad decisions.

This second episode leads the read to the Viking stronghold. Here we met Eirik's brother, the ruler of this band of warriors.
However, the chieftain brother's glances soon tell Elswyth that she is going to be in the middle of a terrible tug of war.
Circumstances cause Eirik and his sister to go in search of an alliance, via marriage with a nearby clan. It is whilst they are away that dramas arise.
This episode isn't as erotic in description as the first, but the narrator does an excellent job of portraying the various characters through different vocalizations. This also brings out the sinister aspects of certain situations.

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  • Sara B
  • 01-12-19

A Steamy Viking Romance

Viking Wolf is unique and cleverly written book and picks right where Viking Thunder left off. It's a compelling and sensual story loaded with passion and drama. Emma Parry performance is outstanding. I love her ability to modify her tone and timbre, notably for the male characters.

I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-11-19

Well....even I blushed

This was a great continuation to book one with more of a story line... very interesting story line of things I would have never thought of and then researched to see how much was fiction and how much possibly did happen. And well well well the Vikings were an interesting bunch!!! #audiobookobsessionsreviewer

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  • Melissa s.
  • 29-09-19

What a story!

I listened to the first book and thought it was great. This was a great continuation of the story. Wow! Elswyth has gone through a lot! Can't wait to see what happens next! I volunteered to leave this review.

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  • B.McGrath
  • 28-09-19

violent erotica or histoty??

I wanted to smash the two brother's heads together! Idiots! Jealousy, False Pride! Eirik didn't protect what he promised to- Elswyth!! Lues, betrayals, constant dubcon sex acts. Eirik changed, but imo much too late! WTH!! The narrator was okay, but I would have enjoyed a male narrator for this storyline instead of a females trying to lower her scale and octaves. Didn't do it for me.

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  • Amanda S
  • 22-09-19

great continuing story

Enjoyed book 1 and enjoyed where the story went in book 2. picks up right where viking thunder finished so would definitely read/listen to that one first. still enjoy the characters. great narration.
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  • Crystal Crossings
  • 19-09-19

Parts will put you on the edge of your seat.

The author chose of the narrator is excellent Emma Parry voice was outstanding and made the story. Elswyth decides to go with Eirik yet at his village she is again an outsider. She tries so hard to fit in as her love for Eirik grows. Fate has other ideas and while Eirik is away danger comes to Elswyth. I could not stop listening this part will put you on the edge of your seat. The two books in the series are a true winner I highly recommend them.

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  • cthor
  • 19-09-19

Wolf

It seems as if the headline would have been more about the brother Gunalf more so than Erich. It was to be a story of passion and strife and Elsa’s confusion of where she fits into her new tribe but her disposition of where she stood with Erich and her confusion between the brothers, made it seem like she didn’t really know what she wanted. The story was okay, the ending was satisfactory but the narrator’s voice was a bit of a distraction.