Review of Her Steamy Viking (Her Elemental Viking #2) by A.J. Tipton

Her Steamy Viking

Witchy in Water 

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 44 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:

Bram is an ancient Viking with too strong a conscience to be the blood-stained conqueror his warrior family wants him to be. When his family takes on the wrong witch, he is cursed to be an invisible water wrath. Over one thousand years later he finds himself drifting, lost and alone at the bottom a Scotland loch, waiting for someone or something to end his suffering.

Audrey is a modern-day American witch with a broken heart visiting her family’s Scottish cabin for the first time. She came to Scotland to heal her heart, but will her magic touch be her final undoing? 

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

After  reading Her Fiery Viking I wanted to read more of the Her Elemental Viking series, but now I’m not so sure. Her Steamy Viking felt incomplete. In the first book I had a short, but complete and action filled story. In this one I got what felt like a single event. There isn’t much dialogue because well he’s made of water. Can’t have a conversation with water that isn’t one sided.

The beginning started off so well. Audrey had me laughing and then it turned into basically sex with water. Not even sure my mind can wrap around that one and trust me I tried.

Bram actually sounded remorseful for the previous actions that landed him in the loch, but for all his years left alone all he could seem to do was focus on getting his hands all over the naked beauty in the water.

My Favorite Laughable Moment: Audrey and her crazy witchy mouth.

“Audrey had to thank her ex, the no good, lying-as-fuck Chad for being such an asshole. If he hadn’t cheated on her, she wouldn’t have hopped on a plane to remove herself from the temptation of turning him into a bright pink dung beetle.”

Jenn 2 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.


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