#BLOGTOUR | The Viking Chief’s Marriage Alliance – Lucy Morris @LMorris_Author @rararesources @gilbster1000 #bookblogger #bookreview #amreading

A challenging wife

For a warrior Viking

When Thorstein Bergson rescues a beautiful woman from a storm-tossed longship he little expects to broker a powerful marriage alliance with her. This high-status ice queen is not the comfortable wife this warrior chief is seeking, but maybe the bittersweet pain in Gyda’s eyes hides another woman beneath? The one he tasted that first night, when she kissed him with such pent-up longing…

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Review:

The Viking Chief’s Marriage Alliance by Lucy Morris is a well-written, character-driven, swoon-worrhy Historical Romance. It was easy to be drawn into this story.

Gyda is determined to keep her independence after her husband dies. She is strong, resilient, and even in the worst of times, she is determined to succeed. Thorstien is distrustful, and the idea of having a beautiful, independent woman is not on his agenda. He spends his time trying to avoid his feelings.

The romance that begins to blossom between these two charscters is really beautiful. Despite their pasts and several obstacles, it is clear they are meant for each other. It made my heart happy to watch their love develop.

I would recommend this story to historical romance lovers. Don’t miss it.

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for providing a copy of this book to honestly review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating:

4/5☆


Lucy Morris lives in Essex, UK, with her husband, two young children and two cats. She has a massively sweet tooth and loves gin, bubbly and Irn-Bru. A member of the UK Romantic Novelists’ Association, she was delighted to accept a two-book deal with Harlequin after submitting her story to the Warriors Wanted submission blitz for Viking, Medieval and Highlander romances.

Writing for Harlequin Historical is a dream come true for her and she hopes you enjoy her books!

Facebook | Twitter | IG: lucymorris.author


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