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Claimed by the Viking Warriors: Menage Historical Romance by [Reynard, Lily]
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When Eadyth, a high-born Saxon maiden, inherits her father’s prosperous estate, her villainous uncle’s matrimonial schemes force her to take refuge in an abbey. But then her sanctuary is overrun by Viking raiders, and innocent Eadyth finds herself captive to two fierce Norse chieftains, each of them a mouth-watering specimen of handsome, virile masculinity.

Blond, earnest Hjalmar and hot, dark, bad-boy Leif are brothers in search of a new home after being unfairly banned from their own country. They’ve always shared everything -- including women. When they learn that their beautiful prisoner is an heiress, Eadyth’s captivity becomes an exercise in seduction, with the brothers competing for her hand in marriage.

The Viking pair’s amorous abilities are more than equal to their skill as warriors. As each seeks to outdo his brother in pleasuring their prospective bride, the inexperienced Eadyth soon learns that while having one superb lover is wonderful, having two of them--at the same time--provides sensual delights far beyond anything she might have imagined.

Now that she knows what she’d be missing, turning away either one of her ardent suitors seems a tragedy. But her uncle has not given up his plans to seize her property, and settling down with one of the brothers is the only way for Eadyth to regain her lands and protect her people. Can she find a solution that will preserve her estate -- and satisfy her would-be husbands?

This smoking-hot M/F/M historical romance is a standalone work (no cliffhangers) intended for mature readers.

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  • Publisher: Philtatos Press (March 6 2016)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9a60a0cc) out of 5 stars 13 reviews
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HASH(0x9a54ab7c) out of 5 stars Steamy!!! March 17 2016
By carrie krogh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This review is for Claimed by the Viking Warriors by Lily Reynard. I liked the Viking Warriors. I liked the storyline and how the characters were developed. I liked how the author has portrayed the Vikings as being intelligent and knowledgeable about the land they have raided. I liked that dark haired chieftain Lief is the negotiator and knows lots of languages and that he has a bad boy, but carefree attitude, whereas blond haired chieftain Hjalmar is more earnest and serious but also knows lots of languages. Lief likes to roam during the summer months, and Hjalmar is ready to settle down and farm. When they come across Eadyth at the monastery, they are both instantly smitten and when they find out that she is the owner of a prosperous estate they think all of their problems have been solved since they have been looking for land to settle down on and farm since they were unfairly banned from their homeland.

I liked that Eadyth was such a strong, courageous, and knowledgeable high-born Saxon maiden. I like that she inherits her father’s prosperous estate and that she does everything in her power to resist her villainous uncle’s matrimonial schemes to her nine-year-old first cousin. Her villainous uncle wants her to marry his son so that he can control both estates against the warring Kings. Eadyth wants the right to find her own husband; she finds herself outnumbered when her warriors side with her villainous uncle and swear loyalty to him. Eadyth manages to escape the estate and walks to her other uncle’s monastery to see if he will help her against his brother. However, her uncle sides with his brother and locks her in a room until his brother can come and get her. All of the uncle’s plans are disrupted when the monastery is attacked by Viking raiders, and innocent Eadyth finds herself the captive to two fierce Norse chieftains, each of them a mouth-watering specimen of muscular, virile masculinity. She ends up negotiating with the chieftains to become one of their wives in exchange for the safety of the monks in the monastery and the people in her estate and the chieftains agree, so long as they can start their courtship that night. Eadyth agrees so long as she stays a maiden until after she is married.

On the way back to Eadyth’s estate, she spends many passionate nights with her two Vikings learning all about her body and theirs and how they like to be pleased. But nothing is ever easy because the Vikings are betrayed by one of their own and Eadyth is handed back over to her villainous uncle, where he takes her back to her estate to marry her cousin. Hopefully, her two Vikings can get there in time to save her from marrying her cousin, and then all she has to do is figure out which brother to marry. If you want to know which brother she ends up with you’ll just have to read the book. You won’t be disappointed that you did. I received this free book in exchange for an honest review.

Here is a synopsis for Claimed by the Viking Warriors. When Eadyth, a high-born Saxon maiden, inherits her father’s prosperous estate, her villainous uncle’s matrimonial schemes force her to take refuge in an abbey. But then her sanctuary is overrun by Viking raiders, and innocent Eadyth finds herself captive to two fierce Norse chieftains, each of them a mouth-watering specimen of muscular, virile masculinity. Blond, earnest Hjalmar and hot, dark, bad-boy Leif are brothers in search of a new home after being unfairly banned from their own country. They’ve always shared everything -- including women. When they learn that their beautiful prisoner is an heiress, Eadyth’s captivity becomes an exercise in seduction, with the brothers competing for her hand in marriage. The Viking pair’s amorous abilities are more than equal to their skill as warriors. As each seeks to outdo his brother in pleasuring their prospective bride, the inexperienced Eadyth soon learns that while having one superb lover is wonderful, having two of them--at the same time--provides sensual delights far beyond anything she might have imagined. Now that she knows what she’d be missing, turning away either one of her ardent suitors seems a tragedy. But her uncle has not given up his plans to seize her property, and settling down with one of the brothers is the only way for Eadyth to regain her lands and protect her people. Can she find a solution that will preserve her estate -- and satisfy her would-be husbands?
HASH(0x9a54adc8) out of 5 stars What a choice to make. March 13 2016
By tastie50 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this as an ARC for an honest review.

Eadyth’s father had died but she did not attend his funeral. Her Uncle Ædgar had came to Haxby Hall and told her he could protect both his place and hers. Uncle Ædgar also told her she was going to marry her cousin. Cousin Alfrith, who was only 9 years old. Well, Eadyth had told her Uncle Ædgar that the church would not allow it, because it was incest. She refused and was placed in her room with a guard. She slipped out that night and took some bread and cheese and went to her other Uncle Abbott’s fifty miles away. She was sure he would help her. To her dismay, she had been locked in a room and she knew that Uncle Abbot had betrayed her.
There had been warring Northmen coming and when they reached the Abbey of St. Wilfrid they stated if they were let in they would not harm any one. When two of the Northmen came and opened her door because it was locked, she tried to defend herself. They were much larger than her and she was brought before two men who sat before all of the people. Hjalmar and Leif Magnusson were the two in charge. Eadyth spoke and asked what they were going to do to all of the monks and servants. This is when the bargaining started. Uncle Abbott was enraged, but he could not do anything. The bargain was made and no one was hurt. The bargain was she would marry one of the Northmen and they would regain Haxby Hall for her. Every night they pleasured her and she them. She meets one of the women warriors, named Aud; she was in love with Lief. Only he did not know it, he thought of her as a sister. Aud and Uncle Abbot tricked Eadyth and kidnapped her. Aud was trick they wounded her and when she returned to the camp and told the brothers what had happened they were going to exile her. Instead one of the warriors stepped up and said he would marry her and keep her in line. They knew where they were taking her, so Hjalmar went ahead and attacked the hall because they would not surrender. While Eadyth had been taken to the church to wed her cousin. Lief showed up and he and Uncle Ædgar began to fight. Hjalmar held everyone back and then when Uncle Ædgar was going to kill Lief Aud stepped in and took the hit. Lief was enraged and killed Uncle Ædgar. Eadyth still had to make up her mind as to which one of the brothers to marry. At last she married one and the other could share her bed anytime he was there. Can’t tell you who she chose, you just have to read it. The sex is hot, have some cool water.
HASH(0x9a54b024) out of 5 stars Two Vikings and a Lady March 8 2016
By sue savopoulos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Such luck to be able to read this as an ARC.
Eadyth's father had just died as the result of an accident. She was left a valuable property as his only child.
His brother, AEdgar, owned the neighboring property. Being a villain he decided to take over her property by making her marry his nine year old son. She ran away to her other uncle, Abbot Dunstan. He pretended to help her, but locked her into her quarters to await AEDgar.
While she was locked in her quarters the Abbey was attacked by Vikings. The clan of Vikings was led by 2 brothers, Hjalmar and Leif.
When they learned she had a prosperous area of land they decided that one of them would marry her. It certainly did not hurt that they were attracted to her. She was told that since both wanted her she would have to pick the one she was to wed.
HASH(0x9a54b2a0) out of 5 stars Claimed by the hot Viking brothers March 7 2016
By Allena - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
After her father died from a riding accident, Eadyth's Uncle Edgar tried to force her to marry his 9 year old son. That would have made him thane to both estates, Haxby and his own Kelthorpe. Eadyth refused to marry a 9 year old child who was her first cousin and escaped. After walking for 5 days, Eadyth went to her Uncle Dunstan, abbot of St. Wilfrid's Abbey. After her Uncle Dunstan betrayed her and locked her in a cell, the abbey was attacked by Norsemen Hjalmar Magnusson and his brother, Leif. After negotiating the best deal Lady Eadyth felt she could get for her people she was supposed to pick one of the brothers to marry. I received a free ARC of this book in exchange for a fair review. You will want to read this book to see who Eadyth chose to wed. I really enjoyed reading Claimed by the Viking Warriors.
By Inoru - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Okay, so I confess I got this book in part because the cover design is terrible, and the title is so very flat. I figured, "It's free, so I might as well!"

And, well, I was pleasantly surprised! The plot is excellent and believable, weaving history in with a deft touch, and the sex was smoking hot.

Ædyth is a lady who knows herself well, and, despite being put in poor situations, has a lot of agency and knowingly makes choices that could have been terrible for her - but of course they turn out excellently. ;)

Hjalmar and Leif are clearly smoking hot (...I may have spent most of the book picturing them as MCU's Thor and Loki), honorable, clever, and very, very good to Ædyth, which is all to their credit.

I will definitely recommend this book to others!