Truly, Madly Viking

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HarperCollins, Jun 8, 2010 - Fiction - 400 pages
15 Reviews

Mad about you

His boat off course, distracted by a randy she-whale whose infatuation had somehow thrust him into the twenty-first century, Jorund Ericsson thought he’d found heaven when he caught sight of the comely wench with the man-hair and the kiss-some lips. The lovely doctor, however, simply thought Jorund insane—even as she drove the befuddled Viking crazy with her enticing figure.

He leapt from the water and into Maggie’s life, all sinewy muscles in a flawlessly proportioned body, a swath of long blond hair swept back from his brow. His claim to be a Viking from the tenth century made her smile. But it wasn’t laughter that caused her stomach to flutter when the Hercules look-alike claimed her lips. And soon he had her believing his story and questioning her own sanity—though the psychologist realized there was another possibility. They were, neither of them, truly mad . . . simply truly, madly in love.

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Review: Truly, Madly Viking (Viking II #2)

User Review  - Esarosa - Goodreads

I've read and re-read this book a number of times and have found myself laughing time and again at the same parts and weeping silently along with the characters at times, during the course of reading ... Read full review

Review: Truly, Madly Viking (Viking II #2)

User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

I like the way the fist book and the second are combined, hopefully its like this with the rest of the books. Nothing better than a viking to warm you up. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Sandra Hill is the author of numerous New York Times and USA Today bestselling romances. She worked for more than ten years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Writing about serious issues taught her the merits of seeking the lighter side of even the darkest stories. She lives with her husband and dogs in Pennsylvania.

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