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By Sandra Hill

“Sandra Hill constantly promises shrewdpermanent, horny, laugh-out-loud action.”
—Christine Feehan

“Sandra Hill writes tales that tickle the funnybone and contact the heart.”
—Susan Wiggs

What precise romantic fiction fan may be able to withstand USA Today and New York occasions bestselling writer Sandra Hill’s buff and horny Norsemen—whether they’re carousing with comely maids  again within the 11th century or making mischief at the moment after being miraculously transported via time? The latter is the case for The Very Virile Viking, who one way or the other reveals himself in an strange state referred to as Hollywood and lusting after a beautiful winemaker. once more, Sandra Hill supplies a very hilarious time commute romance that’s endearing, pleasant, and hot hot—just like her hopelessly misplaced hero, The Very Virile Viking!

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Perhaps we should go home," Torolf suggested. " Magnus said without hesitation. They had come too far, and they had not given any of these new lands a chance yet. But then he wondered if he was being selfish. " "It is not that, Father. It is just that… well, Erik and Leif are strong-willed men, as you are. I wonder if there is room in Greenland or Vinland for two strong-willed leaders. " Hmmm. Torolf had a good thinking head on him. He made good points. "What would you think of our traveling a bit farther south?

That latter could only be attributed to a fit of mead-head madness on his part, he was quick to tell any who dared ask. Not all of them had shared his bed furs at the same time, praise be to Odin, though some lackwits claimed it to be so, just because he'd practiced the more danico during some halfbrained periods of his life. He'd learned by now that one woman at a time was more than enough for any man to manage. All of his women, one by one, had had the temerity to die on him, desert him, or, ignominiously, divorce him, as his most recent wife, Inga, had done last summer at the Althing.

It had not been so bad when his father, Jarl Eric Tryggvason, and his mother, Lady Asgar, had still been alive and living on the adjoining royal estate. Or when his brothers had been nearby. His mother had seemed to have better luck in arranging help for him. But his mother and father had both died this year, within months of each other. The healers said it was due to lung sickness brought on by an especially fierce winter, but he believed that it was heartsickness over his missing brothers, Geirolf and Jorund, whose ships had presumably sunk in distant waters beyond Iceland.

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