TO SIN WITH A VIKING by Michelle Willingham

TO SIN WITH A VIKING by Michelle Willingham
REVIEWED BY: Reading In Pajamas/Donna
RATED: 4 Stars


Caragh Ó Brannon defended herself bravely when the enemy landed—only, now she finds herself alone with one very angry Viking.

Styr Hardrata sailed to Ireland intending to trade, never expecting to find himself held captive in chains by a beautiful Irish maiden.

The fiercely handsome warrior both terrifies and allures Caragh, but he is forbidden territory. He is the enemy and he is married. Yet Styr harbors a secret that just might set them both free.


I enjoyed how this story began and how she managed to weave the story around a married man. The author managed to deal with the subject so that it was heartfelt, believable and the outcome gratifying. Caragh was a strong and yet tender woman set up against Styr, a strong warrior who has his own tender side. A perfect match. Right away you knew who they were and began to care about what happens to them. The story itself had enough action to keep the pages turned and blended nicely with the budding romance. The heat was a little slow in coming but was satisfying when we got there. Overall, I enjoyed this book.

*ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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