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READ DOWNLOAD ⚣ Fearless ⚥ Forced to watch while Vikings laid waste her lands in East Anglia, Princess Judith seeks shelter in the only kingdom left unconquered the court of King Alfred of Wessex But while men may fight the invaders openly with sword and shield, Judith must seek her own vengeance even if that means seducing a dangerous stranger to achieve itEinhard of Frisia owns a fleet of ships that could win the war, but his agenda calls for a personal vendetta against an enemy who holds his only son Yet fair Judith s pride and passion call to him, and he yearns to champion her cause, though doing so may mean he must sacrifice his own I am enraptured wiht Kirkman s writing style, which is like nothing I ve read lately It has trance inducing qualities with its slow building of words, ideas, phrases, with no immediate, definable reference point The time of this series 875 England and the Viking invasions is brutal and nasty, and Kirkman does a tremendous job in describing the despair and blackness that many of its victims felt There is slaughter, rape, pillage, and Kirkman deals directly with the aftermath of these event I am enraptured wiht Kirkman s writing style, which is like nothing I ve read lately It has trance inducing qualities with its slow building of words, ideas, phrases, with no immediate, definable reference point The time of this series 875 England and the Viking invasions is brutal and nasty, and Kirkman does a tremendous job in describing the despair and blackness that many of its victims felt There is slaughter, rape, pillage, and Kirkman deals directly with the aftermath of these events.But she also focuses on the love story of two people caught up in these events, and she does it in such a way that is poignant and touching Here s a favorite selectionI think I am mad, she added Just as well She heard his laughter The first time, quite free, like a miracle We will match I have been telling everyone I am mad for some time now His breath was not steady Her heart leaped They were tangled together on the ground More than that, he still had hold of her hand, like a troth plight, a betrothal gesture The touch of his hand was real She spoke, out of the terrifying hope of that gesture, out of faith Just as long as you are insane enough to love me Her voice shook Aye There was no longer a disguise Truth I was always that mad Her breath trembled Always loved it better than the first one