Colum's Viking Captivity II: Riding the Dragon

Colum s Viking Captivity II Riding the Dragon In Part Colum the monk was taken from the smoldering ruins of Iona by Viggo his new Viking master Now in the trading town of Birka Colum will learn to serve and to fight for the Viking s seeress

  • Title: Colum's Viking Captivity II: Riding the Dragon
  • Author: Brad Vance
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In Part 1, Colum the monk was taken from the smoldering ruins of Iona by Viggo, his new Viking master Now in the trading town of Birka, Colum will learn to serve and to fight, for the Viking s seeress has foretold his future as a great warrior, fighting by Viggo s side as his brother, his lover But first Colum must beg Viggo for his freedom, so he can fight the wickedIn Part 1, Colum the monk was taken from the smoldering ruins of Iona by Viggo, his new Viking master Now in the trading town of Birka, Colum will learn to serve and to fight, for the Viking s seeress has foretold his future as a great warrior, fighting by Viggo s side as his brother, his lover But first Colum must beg Viggo for his freedom, so he can fight the wicked trader who s going to use and abuse his friend Niall What price must he pay Viggo for the chance to serve out justice for his friend

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    1. I just really love this author and I think a lot of it has to do with the clear effort he puts into doing his homework, his research. It shows brilliantly through his stories and makes the experience just that much more engaging. I loved book one of this series and really enjoyed book 2, too. The dynamic between the two main characters is fabulously unique and extremely believable. It makes me want to see how things will play out/what will have to happen, for these two men to be able to find the [...]

    2. Great detail and knowledge of the time and people have gone into this work. There is a fierce physical and emotional love between master and thral. Destiny is spoken about their future from the Volva. A kind of real love is being forged by Viggo and Colum. Lots of sex, one MF scene.Pricy for the length, but well written.

    3. I'm usually somewhat hesitant, in general, to read historical m/m as a rule, but there are some that I don enjoy and this series is turning out to be one of them.Not purely erotica per se as there is a good story line to this and it is very well researched so one can really get into this fascinating time period. The interplay of the Colum and Niall, the slaves, with their masters is fantastic and Viggo, the Viking master, is fantastic.I am absolutely going to have to finish this series.

    4. Colum's has his future presented to him when they reach the Viking's village. He will be a slave, then free, then a slave. What does it mean. It all becomes the apparent in the present, when Colum's friend Niall is threatened. The second book continues the fascinating relationship between slave and master, with Colum realizing that he has fallen in love with Viggo. Once again, this is intelligent, gritty, and filled with hot man sex. It may not be for everyone, but it is for me.

    5. Damn!! This was so freaking good! Just like watching an episode of The Vikings on History channel (which I love).

    6. I could easily read a thousand of these books. This is hands down my favorite series by Brad Vance to date. I want more *waaaaaahhhhh*

    7. Master and slave each secure in their placeColum secure in his role as slave becomes his master's junior partner tho neither would admit to it. The sex is raw as would be as the master ravages what is his. Colum shows his true metal in defense of a friend. All making for Avery good read.

    8. A simple story that keeps getting better. Not a traditional romance but still lots of fun with intrigue and rough sex with a sexy Viking who holds Colum lovingly when no ones watching.

    9. Well, I really loved the first book in this series (gave it 5-stars), but this one was a bitrange, in that the tone of it seemed quite a bit different from the first, and almost felt like it was written by someone elseThere was also a het sex scene (albeit, brief) that did not sit well with me at all. And then there was mention of Viggo marrying and having children at some point in the future, but ohhe'll keep Colum on the side as his lover. Yuck. :( I realize that may be "authentic" to the time [...]

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