To Tempt a Viking by Michelle Willingham


The sub-plot about Elena and the special needs child was quite daring in this setting. The situation surrounding the family also brought the issue of abuse to the forefront, albeit in an era where that behaviour was tolerated if you were deemed property.
I was disappointed by Ragnar and his attitude towards Elena, as soon as she became available she was no longer interesting to him. You either think she is your hearts desire or you don’t, make up your mind man.
The story could have done with a little more substance and a little less changing of minds every two seconds. Elena was a stronger more determined character than her apparent love interest. Ragnar became a wee bit caveman like as soon as they got home. Not at all like the man the reader meets in the beginning. The one who pines for the forbidden fruit and is devastated by her pain.
I received a copy of this book via Netgalley.


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