Sword and Story

Determined to make her mother proud and to be the weaver that threads both families together, Astrid takes on her role as Bjorn’s wife. 

Living in the village of her family’s enemy is lonely and terrifying. Harold’s people let her know they want her dead or want her husband, or both. Astrid fears her sacrifice is worthless as she is faced with dark plots and rejection, even from her own husband. 

Bjorn burns. With lust for his wife. With hatred for her family. With the need to protect his own from the enemies surrounding them. 

Having a wife has made Bjorn vulnerable, and within him a resentful war rages. He is Harold’s wolf, a vicious warrior who shows no mercy. He is also his father’s son, and memories long buried surface as his wife’s gentle and kind nature fills his home. He must protect his family with his sword, but he longs to create beauty with them instead. 

Book Two in the Norse Family Saga