Reading Viking Fire was quite a nice way to spend a rainy afternoon. The story is fast paced with almost constant action. The love story is sweet as Kaireen matures into an incredible and strong woman. Bram is a man of honor and his courtship of Kaireen is touching. Sinister plots and violent betrayals tell a compelling story. Just a touch of Druid lore lends a little magic to the mix. A very enjoyable story. I'll be looking for more books from this author.
Kaireen is determined not to be given to the the Viking her father has promised her to. Bram is one of the enemy and Kaireen will find a way to send him away. But she can't seem to shake him. Bram is everywhere, taunting and teasing her. Danger and betrayal makes her see Bram in a different light, but it could be too late for her to save his life.
856 CE, Ireland is a land of myth, magic, and blood. Viking raiders have fought the Irish for over half a century. Rival Irish clans promise only betrayal and carnage.Kaireen, daughter of Laird Liannon, is suddenly forced into an arranged marriage with her sworn enemy, a Viking. She refuses to submit. With no mention of love, only land and the protection of her clan, she endeavors to get her betrothed banished from her country. Will love find its way around her stubborn heart?
Bram, the Viking, finds himself without future or inheritance as a younger son in his family. A marriage to the Laird’s daughter would grant him land if he swears fidelity and if his men will fight along with the Liannons against any foe - Irish or Viking. However, the Laird’s feisty daughter only holds animosity for him and his kind. Is marriage worth the battle scars of such a relentless opponent?
With the blame for a rival laird’s death treacherously set against the Liannons, Kaireen and Bram must find a way to lay aside their differences as an unforeseen darkness sends death snapping at their heels.