In a world plagued with darkness, she would be his salvation.
No one gave Erik a choice as to whether he would fight or not. Duty to the crown belonged to him, his father's legacy remaining beyond the grave.
Taken by the beauty of the countryside surrounding her, Linzi would do anything to protect her father's land. Britain is under attack and Scotland is next. At a time she should be focused on suitors, the men of her country have gone to war and she's left to stand alone.
Love will become available, but will passion at the touch of the enemy unravel her strong hold first?
I know it said it will end on a cliff hanger, but c'mon, that was uncalled for. Even knowing throughout the book you will be left on a cliff hanger, you still can't help but be completely absorbed in this book that when it does end, you are left screaming.
If I don't get book two as soon as possible, I don't know what I'll do.
The first book in the trilogy is basically introducing the characters. We get to know everything there is to know about Linzi and her family. More importantly, we get to know Erik.
It was a bit slow at times, I just wanted Linzi and Erik to finally meet, but overall I really enjoyed this book. The writing style was beautiful, as well as the accents the characters had. It felt genuine to the setting these characters were in.
There isn't much else to say about Celtic Viking without giving away spoilers. What I can say is, I'm looking forward to reading book two to see what happens to Linzi and Erik.