The Warlord’s Daughter

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 In this sexy spanking sequel to “The Warlord’s Bride,” the Earthmen decide that Norska’s violence is starting to threaten their own world. To protect themselves, they must conquer the Space Viking planet. In face of Earth’s superior weapons, Ulrich and his warlike daughter Brunhilda must flee to the frozen forest, to lead their warriors in resisting the invasion.

 
But Ulrich’s bride, Queen Freydis, is once again trying to make peace, against all odds. She keeps escaping to the towns, where she hopes to convince the Earthmen that her people are not savages, after all. 
 
Ulrich keeps dragging her back and punishing her, more severely each time. When she finally does reach the Earthmen, their leader Robert Gustavson falls in love with her. Making her his prisoner, he decides that he must eliminate Ulrich in order to protect her from his violence. 
 
Now her only ally is an insolent, snooping lady reporter from Earth. But when Esther Wainwright goes to investigate the Norskans for herself, Gustavson spanks her thoroughly for her trouble. Even worse, she finds herself falling in love with him, while he is keeping her as his prisoner to keep her from revealing all she knows. 
 
At the same time, his son is falling hard for his own captive, the Warlord’s warlike daughter, who gives him plenty of reasons for pulling her over his knee. 
 
And what will they do when a third planet sends its giant metal spiders to threaten them all?
 

 Buy the other books in this trilogy!

The Warlord's Bride 

The Warlord’s Bride 
The Warlord's Rebel 

The Warlord’s Rebel 
 
 


Or buy the whole set for a great value!
The Warlord's Trilogy 

The Warlord’s Trilogy 

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10 reviews for The Warlord’s Daughter

  1. SH (verified owner)

    This was a good read. A continuation of the first book and it seems with the ending there may be a part 3. Hope so..

  2. SH (verified owner)

    This was a good read. A continuation of the first book and it seems with the ending there may be a part 3. Hope so..

  3. DNF

    The story, sequel to The Warlord\\\’s Bride, maintains, as the previous novel, the importance of the theme of courage and discipline with a sound spanking administered to women that you care. In both stories are also present signs of challenging issues such as the fight against slavery (in the first story), the absurdity of racial forms. Peculiarities of this story are the sentimental aspect of the characters, which is more developed, and comparisons / interactions between the two cultures of Space Viking planet and Earth. A nice read.

  4. DNF

    The story, sequel to The Warlord’s Bride, maintains, as the previous novel, the importance of the theme of courage and discipline with a sound spanking administered to women that you care. In both stories are also present signs of challenging issues such as the fight against slavery (in the first story), the absurdity of racial forms. Peculiarities of this story are the sentimental aspect of the characters, which is more developed, and comparisons / interactions between the two cultures of Space Viking planet and Earth. A nice read.

  5. S.F.

    I really enjoyed this book. I liked the different couples stories. It was also just an interesting story line.

  6. S.F.

    I really enjoyed this book. I liked the different couples stories. It was also just an interesting story line.

  7. Alicia

    This sequel to The Warlord\\\’s Bride is just as good if not better than the first. There are multiple couples in this story all of which the women are stubborn and the men firmly believe in disciplining their women whom they care about with spankings. The plot and characters are well developed and quite interesting to read.

  8. Alicia

    This sequel to The Warlord’s Bride is just as good if not better than the first. There are multiple couples in this story all of which the women are stubborn and the men firmly believe in disciplining their women whom they care about with spankings. The plot and characters are well developed and quite interesting to read.

  9. JC

    I enjoyed this story. The characters are well written and interesting. The plot is unique. A good read.

  10. JC

    I enjoyed this story. The characters are well written and interesting. The plot is unique. A good read.

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