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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Set in England and Norway at the end of the ninth Dream of Me/Believe in Me (Viking & Saxon) – Kindle edition by Josie Litton. Romance Kindle eBooks @ Complete in one breathtaking volume — Books One and Two of an unforgettable historical romance series by an exciting new author. Read a free sample or buy Dream of Me/Believe in Me by Josie Litton. You can read this book with Apple Books on your iPhone, iPad, iPod.

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Terrific dialogue, playful moments, lots of passion, and some heartbreak are woven into this wonderful story. I really enjoyed this story. Books by Josie Litton.

Believe in Me

It’s definitely not insta-love; insta-lust for sure, but their relationship developed really well, and I was just so happy for them to be happy. View all 6 comments. She truly makes the best mistress, because when work needs to be done she gets in there with all the other servants and beleive them as equals.

I revisited this one recently and was a big disappointed. I really really adored this set up between Hawk and Krysta.

So I decided give it a try. This one liyton better than good and hit all my sweet spots. I give this a 4-star rating because of that really ridiculous climax. Mar 27, Karla rated it really liked it Shelves: His offer is rudely rebuffed and so in anger he decides to steal Cymbra away from her Saxon fortress, Holyhood. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Married and living in Connecticut, she is the parent of two grown children. There is much that I could say about this story but I’d wish for everyone to experience it for themselves.


Open Preview See a Problem? Dream of Me has did all three of those to me.

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All we know is that Krysta has to marry a man who will really, really love her, even if she does swim with the fishes. The description was that of the hunk of virile testosterone expected in a Viking; the character traits josir were those of Clark Kent.

He knows he adores her and fights for her and never gives up on winning her heart and proving that she is more than enough for him no matter where she comes from and who her parentage is.

She totally wins brownie points for that. When the Saxon lord Hawk agrees to take a Norse bride, he finds an unexpected affection for his enigmatic and fiery fiancee, Lady Krysta. Is there anything sexier than a Viking?

Believe in Me by Josie Litton – FictionDB

May 16, Wendy F rated it it was ok Shelves: Books by Josie Litton. And what was Lady Krysta?? I don’t read a lot of historical romances but every once in a while am happy to read a good one. Overall, a great romantic story. It is cutesy and there’s always a supernatural element to it. Believe in Me is good too, but just doesn’t compare to Dream for me. He is always ready for battle and war, but he also knows how appealing peace would be not only for himself but his people that deserve it.


Oh those Viking men!!

And, like Cymbra, Krysta will encounter opposition and women who wanted her man. I was surprised at how much I love this book Here is the star rating for each book There was also tons of sex with no chemistry. I’m planning on reading book 3. Not in my book. And the story moved at a snails pace. Everything just kept going around in circles.


But her identity becomes revealed soon after she arrives and Krstya will have to win Hawk over and win his trust. Return to Book Page. Discover what to read next. Litton delivers, worthy of a permanent place on my book shelves.

This story has sweet love, intrigue, and the occasional laugh. Through lyrical prose and sharp sensory details, Litton conveys the harshness of an era tempered by the promise of peace and the prospect of love.

I love how he doesn’t fight his feelings for Krysta.