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RORIK

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Genres: Historical Fiction , History , Paranormal , Romance

The Dark Seducer is known throughout Scotland as a man who charms many women into his bed. Pleasure is his motto as he obtains information for his king. Yet Rorik MacNeil harbors one secret buried beneath his heart of steel. An unfulfilled conquest plagues both man and his inner wolf, and Rorik would rather suffer death’s sharp blade than confront his greatest fear.

As the Seer for the Orkneyjar Isles, Ragna Maddadsson confronts an unknown destiny when she travels across the North Sea to Scotland. In her quest to deliver a message from a powerful vision, she fears the warrior will not listen. If Rorik ignores her warning, Ragna must find a way to forestall his impending death. If unsuccessful, she risks having her heart cleaved in two. 

To unravel their true fates, Rorik and Ragna must trust in the power of the wolf.  

The Wolves of Clan Sutherland, Book 2

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Can Ragna Maddadsson, a seer, save Rorik the Dark Seducer from himself and for herself?
Her quest to do exactly that meets with a few difficulties and betrayals where you least expect them. Will love conquer all? You’ll have to grab a copy and find out. Which I highly recommend you do. No spoilers here.
What I loved about the book was the rich descriptions of the scenes and the bounce off the page characterizations. I love the feeling of being right there in the moment with the characters. Smell, see and feel their emotions and surroundings. The author does this very well. Though he was the Dark Seducer, his humoristic view of situations drew several giggles and head shakes from me. Where as Ragna’s frustration with him drew compassion from this reader.
Over all, Rorik was an entertaining and curl up in front of the fire read. Exactly what I expected from award winning author Mary Morgan. Way to go girl!

Tena Stetler

Mary Morgan, author of Magnar, the first book in the Wolves of Clan Sutherland series, the Dragon Knight’s series, and several awesome time travel novels has triumphed once again with her latest hero and heroine. I met them both in Magnar’s tale of love and became enchanted with them while reading this book. Ragna is courageous, determined, and compassionate. Excellent qualities for a heroine. To top it off, she is also a Seer—one that will do anything to save the wolf she loves. And of course, anyone who reads Ms. Morgan’s books will know that her heroes are always tortured, distrustful, and angry. Dare I also say Rorik denies the fact he is in love with Ragna. The slash and dice of their words gives one a feeling of being right there with them. I felt privy to the aches, pains, and the total desperation Ragna and Rorik feel at loving one another but committed to other causes and unable to obtain the one true soul that will absolutely rock their world.
The addition of characters like Magnar, Elspeth, and Steiner gave me the feeling of seeing old friends. This is not just a book about romance, but a journey of emotions that will make you laugh, cry, and want more. The battle lines between two kings are drawn and the results place Rorik and Ragna in jeopardy as old wounds, lost battles, and deep betrayal force the Seer and the wolf to examine their hearts, and to find a way to survive the bloody and deadly visions on their horizon.

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