The Warlord’s Bride

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Space Vikings!

Sent from Earth to a savage planet, they still follow their own barbaric ways. The men may force their women to marry them…and Ulrich the Warlord is ready to do just that, in order to stop his Queen from giving herself to their enemy, in the name of peace. If she insists on defying him…well, his hand and his belt are ready to deal with that problem. Here’s how their story begins:

In the dim light, Ulrich looked almost like one of those savage creatures surrounding them, as he tore the meat with his teeth. His short-cropped white-blond hair was almost the color of the wolves’ pelt, above his high white brow, his pale, piercing blue eyes and his square, jutting jaw.

He was not thinking about the wild beasts surrounding him, though. He had more pressing problems in mind.

"That foolish woman will marry our enemy’s ruler, and then he will govern us all," he growled, between bites.

"That woman is our Queen," his companion reminded him, as he savored the roasted meat more slowly.

Thinking of her made Ulrich even angrier. "Before all the gods of Valhalla, if she were here I would use this belt to beat that nonsense out of her." He briefly touched the wide leather strap at his waist.

 "The people love her, and most of them share her views," Gunther objected. "They want peace as much as she does, and they would all rise up against us if we tried to take her place."

"We would soon put them down again…with these!" he shook the spear in his hand, before taking the flask to his lips once more.

"And what an opportunity that would give our enemies…to attack us as we fought against each other," his friend pointed out.

"I suppose so," Ulrich reluctantly admitted, relaxing his grip on his weapon. "But there must be some way to stop her foolishness while bringing our followers together."

"I have thought about that often enough," Gunther told him. "Indeed, there is someone who could do that very thing. Having a husband would stop her from marrying anyone else, and he would rule over her."

"But she does not have a…" Ulrich started grinning again, as he realized what the other man was suggesting.

"Exactly! And we still follow the warrior law allowing us to capture a bride. Even a Queen."

Gunther grinned even more broadly, as he added, "That would give you the right to rule her backside, with your paddle or strap or whatever else you needed, to make her obey you in all things."

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The Warlord's Rebel 

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14 reviews for The Warlord’s Bride

  1. SH (verified owner)

    Good story with a well developed plot.

  2. SH (verified owner)

    Good story with a well developed plot.

  3. DNF

    The story is enjoyable to read, focused on the concept of discipline and full of scenes of spanking. The characters are well developed, although, in the male characters, the love seems to have a secondary discipline.

  4. DNF

    The story is enjoyable to read, focused on the concept of discipline and full of scenes of spanking. The characters are well developed, although, in the male characters, the love seems to have a secondary discipline.

  5. S.F.

    I loved this book. Lots of action and intrigue. The characters were interesting and the plot well developed. The spanking scenes were well written.

  6. S.F.

    I loved this book. Lots of action and intrigue. The characters were interesting and the plot well developed. The spanking scenes were well written.

  7. Alicia

    This is an intrigueing book about vikings in space. This book has plenty of action and lots of spanking and disipline scenes that are very well written. The plot is also good and really keeps you interested.

  8. Alicia

    This is an intrigueing book about vikings in space. This book has plenty of action and lots of spanking and disipline scenes that are very well written. The plot is also good and really keeps you interested.

  9. Karen

    Ulrich steps in to stop the Queen from her deal with King Torvald. And from there things just continue to get more and more out of control. It was interesting to see the power struggle going on in a number of places during this story. While the Warlord and the Queen are the main couple there are other couples who\\\’s relationship we get to part of as well.

  10. Karen

    Ulrich steps in to stop the Queen from her deal with King Torvald. And from there things just continue to get more and more out of control. It was interesting to see the power struggle going on in a number of places during this story. While the Warlord and the Queen are the main couple there are other couples who’s relationship we get to part of as well.

  11. Stacy (verified owner)

    Good story with an intriguing plot. Opposites do attract in this story.

  12. Stacy (verified owner)

    Good story with an intriguing plot. Opposites do attract in this story.

  13. Becca

    The blurb for this book was far more interesting than the book itself. I found the story downright silly, the spankings were not erotic in the least, and the characters were one dimensional. The story was both simplistic and difficult to follow – which I realize doesn’t seem possible.

    There were at least 3 different couples, although the main one is Queen Freydis and her Warlord Ulrich. This was basically a standoff between warriors and proponents of peace along side a Hatfield and McCoy type feud between two Viking kingdoms. The dialog is simplistic, although in parts it was pretty funny too (the reason for the two stars),and the characters were often inconsistent in their descriptions. This story simply meanders all over the place in a way I didn’t find particularly entertaining.

  14. Becca

    The blurb for this book was far more interesting than the book itself. I found the story downright silly, the spankings were not erotic in the least, and the characters were one dimensional. The story was both simplistic and difficult to follow – which I realize doesn’t seem possible.

    There were at least 3 different couples, although the main one is Queen Freydis and her Warlord Ulrich. This was basically a standoff between warriors and proponents of peace along side a Hatfield and McCoy type feud between two Viking kingdoms. The dialog is simplistic, although in parts it was pretty funny too (the reason for the two stars),and the characters were often inconsistent in their descriptions. This story simply meanders all over the place in a way I didn’t find particularly entertaining.

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