Inga Andersson just can’t catch a break. She’s supposed to be enjoying a ski week in beautiful Åre, Sweden, with her immortal-assassin husband. Instead, she and Gunnar are trapped inside a bizarre scavenger hunt, unraveling an incomprehensible riddle at the bequest of a mysterious being. And if Inga and Gunnar don’t decipher the puzzle and deliver a mythological relic to a New Orleans graveyard within three days, they’ll be ejected from the Norse pantheon, stripped of their immortality, and cast as the solitary line of defense against the onslaught of frost giants and Helbeasts ready to bring about Midgard’s fall. What started as a party game has become a lethal challenge with irreparable consequences, not only for Inga, but for the god she loves . . . and the realm she adores.
Let the hunt begin.
They keep getting better
This novella is just another reason to read ALL of S. T. Bende's books. You never get enough of her Norse gods crew and they all leave you begging for more!! There is love, adventure, mystery, and humor. What more do you need!?
I was given an ARC for an honest review of The Asgardian. I loved it. It was witty and full of action. I found myself laughing out loud at the brothers. The girls were cool too. (LOL) I wish I could fight like that. Reading it was a pleasure and I miss them when I completed the story.
It has been a great start into a new world of characters that have depth and morals. I am excited to see what S.T. releases next. If its anything like the last couple of books hang on for the ride.
Gunnar and Inga love
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Inga and Gunnar are on a needed vacation in Sweden until they received a message from the Norn. They must decipher the riddle and complete the task in less than three days or remain in Midgard and stripped of their immortality. Don't forget the rest of the supernatural world relying on them to stop evil from taking over.
I absolutely love Inga and Gunnar and am so very glad we are able to read about them in another story. This also fits nicely in the Elsker Saga timeline.
Gunnar is funner!