Captured

Scholar Venise Stewart traveled to Norway to interview a retired professor who has interesting ideas on Scandinavian folk tales When she arrives at the woman s house, though, she gets an odd feeling that something isn t quite right When she s pushed into a chair and lands in a snow bank, she s not sure what s going on except that some crazy bald man is now chasing her thScholar Venise Stewart traveled to Norway to interview a retired professor who has interesting ideas on Scandinavian folk tales When she arrives at the woman s house, though, she gets an odd feeling that something isn t quite right When she s pushed into a chair and lands in a snow bank, she s not sure what s going on except that some crazy bald man is now chasing her through a forest Rugoff, the oldest son of the greedy King Gunnmarr, has been banished to another realm by a witch whom the king betrayed Rugoff has spent hundreds of years by himself, and he s amazed when a woman lands outside his dwelling Now all he has to do is capture her, convince her that he means her no harm, and then take her to his bed How hard can it be to capture the willing
Captured Scholar Venise Stewart traveled to Norway to interview a retired professor who has interesting ideas on Scandinavian folk tales When she arrives at the woman s house though she gets an odd feeling t

  • Title: Captured
  • Author: Melinda Barron
  • ISBN: 9781607351368
  • Page: 358
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Captured”

    1. A solid three star read for me. I really liked the premise and I have no major complaints about the execution. I have no major praise for it either. It was a decent story and the characters were solid. It is the first in a trilogy and it does leave some unanswered questions at the end, but nothing that impacts the enjoyment of the story. I do not consider the end to be a cliffhanger really.There were quite a few errors in writing mechanics. I've seen worse, but I did find it distracting. From wh [...]

    2. This is the 1st in a viking trilogy with witches, modern gal soul mates and strange bleak magical worlds.Rugoff one of King Gunnmarr's sons is trapped in a magical world by the witch that has been doublecrossed by the King. A thousand lonely years go by and suddenly Venise Stewart literally drops in.Lots of sex later, they are still no closer to escape, oh well, that is the beauty of a trilogy. Major plot points always happen in book 3 not book 1. LOL

    3. This is the first book in the Gunnmarr series. I really liked this hero. He's kind and sexy. I like the fact that Venise was full-figured gal. I also loved the coziness of the cave. The sex scenes were fun and there was a good emotional build to the characters.

    4. The Sons of Gunnmarr have had a curse set upon them due to the greed of their father. All three have been sent far away, cursed to never die, but to live an endless life of solitude and loneliness. Which, is why after countless years Rugoff, the eldest of Gunnmarr's sons is shocked to see a woman in the middle of his land. Shocked and pleased, he is determined to keep her and make the delectable woman all his.I have a secret. I am a complete sucker for these kidnap-a-woman-and-make-her-yours kin [...]

    5. The Sons of Gunnmarr have had a curse set upon them due to the greed of their father. All three have been sent far away, cursed to never die, but to live an endless life of solitude and loneliness. Which, is why after countless years Rugoff, the eldest of Gunnmarr's sons is shocked to see a woman in the middle of his land. Shocked and pleased, he is determined to keep her and make the delectable woman all his.I have a secret. I am a complete sucker for these kidnap-a-woman-and-make-her-yours kin [...]

    6. A very cute sweet romantic story I love the characters Tim and Trina and I can't forget Jason he is a trip at the things he sayd as for the booty call Tim called I guess even booty calls have standards that is not a spoiler. What is a spoiler is that as much as this was a romantic read there was no sex and that's only for you gals that like a little action in your reading.Join my book group on Facebook (Romance Novel Junkies) and fan page (Romance Novel Junkies Book Reviews). We have over 500 me [...]

    7. This book started off really good, but unfortunately seemed to suffer from an identity crisis. The characterizations never seemed to stay consistent, and after awhile the plot seemed to drop off completely. Still, I did enjoy all the steamy scenes in it.

    8. It wasn't bad, just not my fav. I don't know It was missing a lot for me to be more than 2 stars.Sons of Gunnmarr is a no from me. Sorry.

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