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Publisher Description

Complete in one breathtaking volume — Books One and Two of an unforgettable historical romance series by an exciting new author

They were two Viking lords, the brothers Wolf and Dragon, bound both by blood and by a shared ambition to end the war with their lifelong enemies, the Saxons. They know that their only hope for peace is to persuade the Saxon Lord Hawk to unite his noble family with theirs — in a bond sealed forever by the sanctity of marriage.

Together these three men will strive to overcome centuries-old rivalries and hatred. Each will unite in marriage with an extraordinary woman who has her own special gift — and her own dreams of bringing about an end to war....

Book One

In Dream of Me we meet the Viking leader Wolf Hakonson as he embarks on a mission to kidnap the Lady Cymbra, a legendary beauty Wolf mistakenly believes is the cause of war. Instead he discovers that she is a gifted healer who will challenge him to confront his deepest yearnings — and together they will become soul mates who forge a future blessed by peace.

Book Two

The drama continues in Believe in Me, when the Saxon Lord Hawk, brother of Cymbra, seeks to strengthen the alliance by wedding a Norse noblewoman. But Lady Krysta arrives bearing many secrets — including her gift for seeing what others cannot. And as an unexpected love ignites, only Krysta can sense the looming danger that threatens the peace — and Hawk as well.

Now, discover Josie Litton....

October 2
Random House Publishing Group
Penguin Random House LLC

Customer Reviews

Tazzydev ,

Looove this series!

Still love this series all these years later!

Twatsa ,

I really loved the first book but not the second

This has 2 books in one. Two different stories with the same two families. The first was exciting and kept my attention. The second seemed to ramble on and on. I hate when authors keep writing the same internal dialogue over and over. It’s so repetitive. And the story moved at a snails pace. The second story also had 2 characters that were not entirely human but only revealed what one was. The other lived under bridges. That’s all I could figure out so I never understood where that storyline was supposed to lead. Also a ton on typos which can not be explained by the authors Canadian background as was written by another reviewer. So many books are like that now where editors are cut out of the publishing process but I wish they would realize how much they could benefit some professional help. All in all I would recommend this purchase just to enjoy the first book.

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