Brittany Callaghan thinks she's dreaming when a blond, nearly seven-foot-tall Nordic god shows up on her doorstep in her tiny California town. He claims to be a barbarian warrior in need of her help--and he's willing to pay for it. Brittany Callaghan thinks she's dreaming when a blond, nearly seven-feet-tall Nordic god shows up on her doorstep in her tiny California town. He claims to be a barbarian warrior in need of her help. Though a stunning, statuesque beauty herself, intelligent and independent Brittany has struggled hard to earn respect in a man's world. She is taken aback when Dalden, a spectacular Viking who is a long way from home, needs her help-and is willing to pay for it. He's had Brittany's blood running red-hot since she first saw him, and warrior or no, she agrees to help him. As bold and brash as she is beautiful, Brittany isn't going to be subservient to any man, even one who is everything she ever wanted in a lover, and whose very touch sets her senses afire. Dalden is a warrior to the depths of his soul - proud, powerful and brave - a man who will fight fearlessly and relentlessly for what he wants. And now, what he wants most of all is Brittany . . .
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by Johanna Lindsey
"When a seven-foot alien humanoid meets a beautiful six-foot earthling, cultural and romantic sparks ignite a raging inferno. Brittany and Dalden's passion for each other is about the only consistent portion of the plot, as it bounces playfully through the universe. Laural Merlington's lively narration suits the quirky story perfectly. She keeps her performance as light as the text, and admirably conveys life and character to the many personalities contained in it, including an omniscient brainiac computer. In characterizing the aliens, she manages to give differing regionalisms to the varied populations, while retaining the unique personality of each. Merlington runs through the funny and sensual text effortlessly, as though she were enjoying the story along with her audience. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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