4 out of 4 stars
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Heidi Herman’s Her Viking Heart will take you on an incredible journey full of twists, turns, and surprises that will leave the reader guessing and yearning for more. When secrets are discovered that are so shocking it could leave one breathless, there is only one thing to do, unravel it in anyway possible. Secrets, deceit, and the burning beginning of a new love, Her Viking Heart will take you on a wonderful adventure.
As Anna Miller learns to cope with the loss of both her mother and her father, she discovers a family secret that has been buried for generations. A secret that not even her parents had known about until right before her fathers death. In her journey to seek answers to her families secret, Anna is led to a small town in Wyoming, where she not only finds a plethora of answers, she also discovers a man that just might steal her breath and her heart away. When past and present battle for her attention, she must decide what matters the most; her families heritage, or her future love.
I connected with this story from the very first page, I felt as if I were swept away and what was happening in this novel were the only things happening around me. In some sense I could relate to Anna’s families story, maybe not the part about having deeply hidden secrets, but the secret itself. Without giving any spoilers, I feel like many readers could relate to this story and its characters.
The main characters were amazingly well rounded, with intriguing back stories. I felt as if I could be best friends with Anna and would be cheering her on throughout her quest and to hopefully find love. Each and every minor character only added to the story, there weren’t any unnecessary fluff characters. Throughout Anna’s travels I was able to witness countryside that I have yet to visit myself, but through the author’s storytelling, I feel as if I have already seen it. The dialogue was witty, fun, and genuine. I loved this novel from start to finish. The book is incredibly well written, with maybe two or three errors throughout the entire book that weren’t really noticeable and didn’t take away from the story.
I can only say good things about this novel, I haven’t been sucked into a book like this in a long time. I would definitely recommend this book to romance readers or anyone just looking for a good book. Because of this I wholeheartedly give Her Viking Heart a 4 out of 4 Stars.
Her Viking Heart
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