"Wonderful wacky time travel Viking"
In San Diego SEAL Ensign Torolf Magnussen is injured
saving his mates from what could have been a deadly
incident. Physician Lieutenant Alison MacLean treats
Torlf, who is given a month off to heal from his injuries.
Meanwhile back in 1010 Jutland, Torolf's bored brother
Ragnor drowns during a raid. However instead of dying, he
arrives in the middle of a watery training exercise that
his sibling was forced to skip due to the injuries.
Everyone assumes that Ragnor is Torolf although no one can
figure out how he healed so fast. However, when Ragnor
sees Alison for the first time, he knows she is perfect
for him although her brother Ian is the pain in charge of
his training. Alison cannot believe that this SEAL desires
her and is willing to take the wrath of her protective
older brother to make her his mate.
Sandra Hill's time travel Viking tales are some of the
weirdest wackiest novels on the market that are always
entertaining fun to read. WET AND WILD is a terrific story
that the audience will enjoy as Ragnor breaks all the
modern day rules to persue what he believes is rightfully
his. The support cast provides the leagues of depth to a
wonderful modern day Viking naval romance that also
implies another Viking transplant, hopefully sister
Madrene driving Ian nuts.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted September 23, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 28, 2006