Tuesday, October 13, 2015

A Flame Put Out: A Review

This is the second book of the Sons of Odin Series. It continues the story began in Odin's Shadow

  Selia’s saga continues in A Flame Put Out: Book Two of the SONS OF ODIN series. 

As Selia struggles with the harsh reality of existence as the wife of a Viking berserker, a devastating loss pulls Alrik deeper into madness, while a secret Selia desperately wants to keep hidden comes to light, threatening everything she holds dear. 

Is Selia’s love for Alrik enough to keep her in Norway? Or will the protection offered by Alrik’s brother Ulfrik sway her to leave? 

My Review: (5 stars) **I received this book in exchange for an honest review**
A Flame Put Out is the continuation of Selia's story. When a mother is forced to choose between her children and the man she loves . . . the choice is clear. Selia must fight for her life and the lives of her children. She faces danger and betrayal at every turn. And she does so bravely. I was unable to put this book down. I even held it as I was cooking. Erin S. Riley has crafted a magnificent tale of love, broken trust, and the need to survive. She has a beautiful writing style that flows smoothly, and the characters seem to leap off the page. I found myself catching my breath as I read, silently cheering Selia on. A Flame Put Out is a fantastic follow up to Odin's Shadow. I can't wait until the next book is available.

  You can read more about Erin at her website and follow her on twitter. And if you like Viking romance, or wonderfully written romance books in general, I highly recommend you grab this series. 


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