A TALE OF TWO VIKINGS by SANDRA HILL
Once upon a time there were two Viking men.
Twins they were, handsome as sin, inseparable from birth.
But then they died, or so each thought.
But never fear.
Coming to the rescue are: the world's oldest novice nun and
Helga the Homely.
Let the Viking laughter begin!
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"an enjoyably offbeat and somewhat whacky Viking tale"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 22, 2004
Except for three foolish months as nine year olds,
identical twins Toste and Vagne Ivarsson might as well
have been Siamese because they were never apart for the
thirty-one years they have lived so far. In 964 in the
Land of the Saxons, the brothers are in the midst Read more...
"Two delightful romances for the price of one!"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted June 9, 2004
At long last those incorrigible twins, who were never far
from trouble in Ms. Hill's previous historical Viking
romances, have struck out on their own in more ways than
one. Inseparable since birth (except for a moment of
madness when their father made the foolish mistake of
fostering them Read more...