The Hunter King ruins Victoria’s plans when he arrives in town. She and her pack should run, but the goddess Freya has other ideas. Children are missing. Victoria is tasked with joining the Hunter—her enemy—to stage a rescue. Working together will either heal the rift between wolf shifters and Hunters or force them to tread separate paths forever.
136 pages. 1st Edition. Standalone novel.
Valkyrie's Vengeance was adapted from the short story "The Child Thief".
Important note for readers: This book is an adult urban fantasy set on an alternative modern earth ruled by the Norse gods and goddesses. It contains violence, swearing, and sexual themes. The romance in this series is "slow burn", and there is no sex in this particular novel. There is no cliffhanger ending. The story depicts events that take place approximately two months before the the next book in the series, Hunger Moon.
Suggested reading order:
#1. Valkyrie's Vengeance
#2. Hunger Moon
#3. Battle Cry
#4. Wolf's Cross
#5. Hunter's Mark (prequel)
#6. Fragile Gods
#7. Blood Brothers (To be released)
During the age of Ragnarok, a woman owes divided loyalties to three Norse gods—Freya, Odin, and Loki. She will be tested.
Discover this exciting Norse mythology urban fantasy series where the modern crosses over with mysticism in a setting similar to Neil Gaiman's American Gods or Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. Science & technology clash with sword & sorcery in action-filled plots replete with magical creatures: gods & goddesses, shapeshifters, ghosts, elves, vampires, and werewolves.