The Norse lands will never know a partnership as powerful or as full of love as that of Baldur and Freya…Freya-the presentThere is no place in the twenty-first century for someone with Freya Jonslag’s unique skills. In spite of trouble spots throughout the world, this is essentially a time of peace in comparison with centuries past. When she is given a torn piece of newspaThe Norse lands will never know a partnership as powerful or as full of love as that of Baldur and Freya…Freya-the presentThere is no place in the twenty-first century for someone with Freya Jonslag’s unique skills. In spite of trouble spots throughout the world, this is essentially a time of peace in comparison with centuries past. When she is given a torn piece of newspaper containing an advertisement that appears to be for time travel, she knows immediately when and where she would travel—the time of the Vikings. The great-granddaughter of a Norwegian Underground operative of WWII and a secret government agent herself, Freya knows how to handle herself.Reluctant to return to active duty after months of rehabilitation, Freya decides to retire. However, operatives don’t retire from this particular black ops organization—at least, not alive. If this opportunity to travel to the land of her ancestors is legit she may have discovered the only way she can escape.Baldur-800 A.D.While defending his blind twin brother against a band of brigands, the Skjvelund Chieftain is aided by a woman who appears to be a Valkyrie with incredible skills. He longs to have this warrior woman at his side—defending his home, protecting his family, and warming his bed. Will he be able to earn her trust and her loyalty? The skalds will sing of her prowess, he knows, but he senses a buried secret that haunts her nights and rules her actions. He must help her resolve this unknown threat before she will be free to live again and love again in the fabulous land of the Vikings....
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her place in time Reviews
3 Stars for this book this is the second book in the series and seeinng as the first one is about Knights I skipped it as I'm not that intterested and read this one instead.This book isn't bad there is a good story and a lot of depth to the book. The world of the Norse was built in a wonderful and captivating way and the characters added a lot of strength to the story. I am interested in myths and enjoyed it although I have to admit it did drag on for a bit and I nearly put it down when I got to chapter 17. Freya has to flee the century that she lives in and travels back to Norway to the Vikings as she is being hunted down in her time at the moment. She has Norwegian Roots and therefore speaks the language and travels back to the 8th Century. Baldur and his brother Hoder have been attacked by bandits/slash cousin Loki (although unknown) and are saved by Freya and so the story begins. I liked Baldur, Hoder and Thora but at the best of times I did find Freya annoying.
This was actually a pretty good read. I love time travel romances so that was a definite plus. I was also pleasantly surprised that I liked the heroine she was very strong but with just the right amount of softness. I was not sure I was going to like the heroine going back so far in time. This was the first book I had read that dealt with Vikings but surprisingly I really enjoyed it. It was a much different time period but I enjoyed the way the author brought it to life. All in all a pretty good read. The only thing that would have made it better was a better fight in the end with the bad guy. It seemed pretty anti-climatic for me.