THE VIKING'S CAPTIVE is a reissue of the book originally
titled My Fair Viking. In this version, the story gets a
little tweaking. I am a big fan of Sandra Hill
and was happy to reread this story and see if it was still
as good as I remembered. Once again, I found myself drawn
into the world of vikings that Sandra Hill has created and
enjoying my time there all the way until the end.
If you enjoy Sandra Hill's humor and the witty banter
between her characters, you will not be disappointed. Once
again I was pulled into Sandra Hill's captivating world of
Vikings from the very first page.
Tyra and Adam are a cute couple. Tyra may be tough as nails
but, when Adam shows her that she is all woman, Tyra begins
to melt. At this point in his life, Adam has given up on
everything but Tyra may be just what Adam needs to get out
of his funk. The love that developed between the two was a
This story had me glued to my seat. I just had to laugh out
loud at some parts. I especially loved the seduction plan
that Adam's friends came up with and the
wedding plan for Tyra. Those two lists were definitely
hilarious. Not only did I love the main characters
but also many of the secondary characters endeared
themselves to me in this book.
Even though this is a reissue of an older book, Sandra Hill
has changed it up a bit. She has even brought back beloved
characters that died in the original book. I enjoyed
revisiting Sandra Hill's vikings. It is always like
returning home and visiting friends whenever I open on of
She is too tall, too loud, too fierce to be a good catch.
But her ailing father has decreed that her four younger
sisters cannot be wed â€™til Tyra consents to take a husband.
Alas, with no suitors begging for her hand, it looks as if
the sisters will all remain virgins.
Then a journey to save her fatherâ€™s life brings Tyra face to
face with Adam the Healer. A god in human form, heâ€™s tall,
muscled, perfectly proportioned. Here is the physician who
could cure her father, and the lover who could finally
seduce her to his bed furs.
Too bad Adam refuses to fall in with her plans. Holy Runes!
Whatâ€™s a lady to do but truss him up, toss him over her
shoulder, and sail off into the sunset to live happily ever