by Vale Morgan
Eda Lind is shocked when the goddess Freya, with her two blue cats and her winsome maid Fulla, unexpectedly shows up at her northern Maine hotel, demanding that Eda cancel her annual Highwayman Festival. The alluring goddess describes the famous poem, "The Highwayman," as nothing but a watered-down rewrite of an old Saxon story from the time of Charlemagne's invasions, when marauding Christian armies defiled the ancient land with rape, fire and pillage, tore down the sacred groves, and forced the freedom-loving pagans to submit to baptism—or die.
And Freya can prove it. Listen in as Eda learns, from the mouth of a goddess, how Bebbe, a sexually tantalizing young Saxon woman, incited her lover Brand to commit frightful acts of vengeance on the hated invaders. Hear how the young lovers, in their desperate attempts to save one another, fell into the sadistic hands of the enemy. Can even the goddess Freya save them now? What price will the other spiteful gods demand for their cooperation?
Genre: Fantasy/Historical/Freya's Series
Book Length: Novella
"Rife with historical detail, plots woven into a unique tapestry with subplots, suspense, romance, violence and war-torn countryside, Freya Sets the Record Straight is a delight to read and not to be overlooked... appealing, exciting, and erotic..."
5 Stars from Frost's Fancy, Rainbow Reviews
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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 November, 2008.