Witch and Warrior

(2 customer reviews)


A witch and a warrior. Mortal enemies.

Can they work together to save everything they love?

Astrid, a witch of the Ironwood, is content in her life. Her people live separately as a group of women who acknowledge no man’s rule, using sorcery to conceal and protect themselves. When Astrid’s vision reveals a quest with a warrior she has never met, she sets out to fulfill her destiny.

Huw is a Jomsviking, part of a legendary group of mercenary fighters whose reputation is both feared and admired. A ruthless warrior, he is used to having his every word obeyed without question.

Thrown together by a goddess with her own agenda, the witch and the warrior must find a way to defeat an ancient evil that has been resurrected. It threatens not only the witches of the Ironwood, but to upset the balance of power forever. 

Each faces a dilemma. Astrid must choose between her beloved sisterhood and the warrior who commands her submission. Huw must decide between being a member of an ancient brotherhood and the woman who has captured his heart.

In an evil and dangerous world, they face a battle of passion and destiny.

2 reviews for Witch and Warrior

  1. Debra Anne Boulier

    Well-written, fast-paced and steamy book for sure. For me, Delta James never disappoints. JT Farrell’s narration makes it all the more better

  2. Vicki

    This is the beginning of the Viking Masters series. Astrid and Huw meet in a deam. This was an exciting journey to find a stolen bone wan. There was romance, suspense and some pretty intense action. As always, JT Farrell did an outstanding job with the narration.

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