Lord of Thunder ~~ Emma Merritt

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Lord of Thunder by Emma Merritt
Like the wind, the bold Norseman Michael Langssonn sweeps down from the north --- to punish the Scottish laird who dishonored Michael's family. However, duty and desire demand he briefly forgo his vengeful mission in order to rescue a beautiful maiden in peril. She is Cait nea Sholto, a captive bard of beleaguered Glenmuir --- an exquisite prize Michael purchases to grace his bed. But it is proud and sensuous Cait's fiery spirit and soft seductions that will ultimately conquer the handsome stranger's reluctant heart --- embroiling Michael in an endangered people's fight for freedom . . . and carrying the magnificent Norse warrior to heights of passionate ecstasy more breathtaking than the towering peaks of the Highland hills. Full Synopsis
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  • Dark Ages


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Overall Rating: 3.90 // Action: 4 / Emotion: 4 / Romance: 4 / Sensuous: 1.5 / Suspense: 4 // Historical Flavor: 3.5 / Laughter: 0 / Tears: 5

Emma Merritt's second book in 'The Lords and Ladies Series', *Lord of Thunder*, was exciting, attention grabbing, and entertaining. The plotting moved the story along at a fast pace and was filled with plenty of action and suspense to keep one turning the pages way into the wee hours of the morning (until hit lull near the middle of the book).

While *Lord of Thunder* was a wonderfully engaging and exciting read, it did not inspire the kind of interest that makes me want to read the next book in the series. See Wolf Bear Does Books (http://goo.gl/QgKfe) for a more in-depth, detailed review of *Lord of Thunder*.
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