The Iron Princess (Sons of the North #2)
Intermix / June 16, 2015 / $2.99 digital
A Sons of the North Romance novel from Sandra Lake, author of The Warlord’s Wife, who takes readers to 12th-century Scandinavia where two hearts clash in furious passion…
The daughter of a Northern warlord, Katia is known as the Iron Princess for her mettle in battle. Headstrong and defiant, she instigates sword duels on a whim with little regard for her own safety. Katia would rather die on her feet as a warrior than live as a token wife and child bearer for a husband who keeps her castled as if she were a prisoner.
Lothair is the illegitimate son of the Duke of Saxony, who was granted the title of baron, a castle and lands. Raised in an atmosphere of mistrust and deceit, he rejects the concept of husbandry and wants a life of purpose and sacrifice in the pursuit of security for the Baltic Sea.
And when fate brings the Iron Princess and reluctant baron together, Katia and Lothair discover they are kindred spirits with fiery temperaments—and insatiable desires—to match…
Viking fans, it’s time to start a bonfire, put out a feast and celebrate, because Sandra Lake’s second Sons of the North romance, The Iron Princess is here. Those who loved Katia as a child in The Warlord’s Wife are going to find out she is every inch her parents’ daughter as she embarks on her own adventure. Newcomers, no worries, you’ll be fine, and eager to see how Katia’s parents got to be the memorable characters they are. Lida and Magnus, and their subsequent children (whom this reader hopes to see all grown up in their own adventures in the future) add exactly the right note of continuity from the first book; still in love, still themselves, and embarking on this new phase of life together. Which is a good thing, because Katia is going to need a strong support system.