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Her Fiery Viking: Mikkel's mature romance includes incendiary bar room shenanigans, high-speed car escapades, and a love strong enough to heal even the most damaged of hearts.
Her Steamy Viking: Bram's sexy tale features a spectral matchmaking grandmother, fun in the tub, and a witch whose touch might be wicked enough to change everything.
Her Winged Viking: Erik's wild ride involves horny immortals, a matchmaking bartender, and a love powerful enough to soar.
Her Rock Hard Viking: Carr's island adventure features island romance, sexy waterfall action, and a love passionate enough to make the earth move.
Her Christmas Viking: This festive novella for adults features holiday spell work, naughty gifts, and a winter wonderland you'll never see coming.
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By G C on 07-06-18
This book is very entertaining, I really enjoyed it! Can you imagine 5 brothers each with their own curse? The narration was superb and gave that extra flair to the story. This was my first book by this author but definitely will not be my last. It was great to get all their stories in this book. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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By Adriana B on 04-06-16
Her Elemental Viking Collection 5 Books
The Authors were so creative in writing about these four brothers that were cursed by a witch over 1,000 years ago. The Viking brothers were being influenced by their father which was a horrible ruthless man. They were raiding a village and just killing anyone on their path. Each story is very unique. I have never heard anything like it. Each brother was cursed a different way. They were immortal but had to live in their cursed state.
The first book is about Mikkel named "Her Fiery Viking". Mikkel is hot tempered and every time he gets angry there is a chance of him burning anything and anyone around him. It is specially hard for him to control himself due to his short temper. He meets a women just as hot tempered as he is. Has he met his match?
The second book is about about Bram named "Her Steamy Viking". Bram has been cursed and become water. He cannot communicate but he has feelings and can understand the world around him. He has been alone for too long until a witch shows up in his waters. She is gorgeous and he falls for her immediately. This is one of my favorite stories from this collection!
The third book is about Erik named "Her Winged Viking". This is my least favorite story because he is so indecisive. He was cursed with broken wings that makes him very insecure. He has loved a women for many years but they continue to only be friends. Is he worthy of her?
The forth book is about Carr named "Her Hard Rock Viking". Carr was transformed into an island. He can talk and shift things around like grow trees and mold rocks. He can change the configuration of the island. He can feel but is trapped as being an Island. Hardly anyone has been there but the few pirates & random man ran away from the island as soon as he tried to talk to them. But then a beautiful women jumped from an airplane towards his island. This is another favorite story from this collection.
The fifth book is called "Her Christmas Viking". The brothers are free of the curse and unite after over 1,000 years and an unpleasant surprise shows up as well...
I loved the adventures and intrigue. This is a mature book so if you like details about what is going on when things get heated you will enjoy these tales.
The Narrator did a great job bringing the story to life.
This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.
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By Simon on 05-28-16
I'm not going to sugar coat this!!!
I took a chance on this author, I'm not sure exactly what made it so difficult to enjoy the collection of five paranormal romances but here goes ...
The storylines are totally unbelievable.
The narrators voice seemed forced and at times very hard to listen too.
Maybe reading the collection on an E reader would be better.