Allete Auvray isn’t just heir to the English throne. Since marrying her beloved Viking fiancé, Jarl Torben, she’s also the new queen of his clan, fulfilling a prophecy made by the clan’s former Oracle who bespoke of a foreign bride who would lead their people and unite the Northerners. But life isn’t about courtesans and ballroom finery. It’s about leading a ferocious clan of Vikings into battle, and Allete can’t do that unless she completely becomes one of them—a shieldmaiden of Clan Hakon. With war against her former fiancé, King Cathal, on the horizon, Allete will sacrifice everything to ensure she’s up to the task of leading her clan to victory. But will she be able to do enough to earn the respect of her sisters-in-arms?
Allete’s sister, Dayna, is in the hands of a witch, her well-being unknown. Cathal has his armies at the ready, and Allete and Torben know they don't stand a chance on their own. To make matters worse, Brant, Torben's right-hand man and the Viking who has laid claim to Dayna's heart, is holding onto his sanity by a thread—fighting the urge to go after Dayna with or without an army behind him. With everything to lose, Allete and Torben must hold onto each other as they fight to save her sister and bring Cathal down once and for all.
The Viking's Consort is the exciting finale to The Clan Hakon Series by USA Today Bestseller Quinn Loftis. Two worlds collide in this epic historical fiction centered on an undeniable chemistry that smolders against the odds. Richly written and injected with moments of humor, this action-packed romantic tale will leave readers breathless.
Novels in The Clan Hakon Series Include:
The Viking's Chosen (February 12, 2018)
The Viking's Captive (November 27, 2018)
The Viking's Consort (August 19, 2019)
Oh my gosh Quinn Loftis has an ability to make me forget the World around me and transport me into the pages of her books until I have read every word that is written.
Vikings Consort was yet another funny, emotional and magical read my only complaint would be that it finished too soon and I have fo find a new story to read.
I am a grandma now, and have four daughters ; so just to tell the world we do not need to look in the grown up sections of the library but need to seek out amazing authors instead.