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Blind Mercy (Blind, #2) The Sigurdsson Family Legacy ContinuesA Woman Who Prayed For A Hero Orphaned At A Young Age, Rachelle Fiennes Prayed For A Hero To Rescue Her From Her Tragic Life In England When Her Only Kinsman Goes Missing After The Battle Of Stamford Bridge, Rachelle Braves The Aftermath Of The Battlefield To Find Him A Man Who Lost EverythingDamned By The Gods

10 thoughts on “Blind Mercy (Blind, #2)

  1. says:

    This is the second book in Violetta Rand s Blind series and, once , I found myself swept back to the Viking era to a story of adventure and romance.Tyr is everything I would expect of a Viking warrior arrogant, proud, strong and courageous but vulnerable in ways that make him very human It shows in the guilt he feels over his brother s death and tenderness and compassion he shows when he prepares his brother s funeral and in the scene in the woods when he talks about the significance of Odi This is the second book in Violetta Rand s Blind series and, once , I found myself swept back to the Viking era to a story of adventure and romance.Tyr is everything I would expect of a Viking warrior arrogant, proud, strong and courageous but vulnerable in ways that make him very human It shows in the guilt he feels over his bro...

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    Another Fast Paced Viking Tale from Rand This is Rand s second novel and book 2 in the Blind series The story begins in York in 1058, as Rachelle Fiennes s parents are killed and her uncle Sir Henry Fiennes becomes her guardian Years later, in the aftermath of the Battle at Stamford Bridge in 1066, where King Harold defeated the forces of the King of Norway, Rachelle searches the battlefield for her uncle, worried he may be dead, and stumbles over a Norwegian warrior, Tyr Sigurdsson.Tyr, a pow Another Fast Paced Viking Tale from Rand This is Rand s second novel and book 2 in the Blind series The story begins in York in 1058, as Rachelle Fiennes s parents are killed and her uncle Sir Henry Fiennes becomes her guardian Years later, in the aftermath of the Battle at Stamford Bridge in 1066, where King Harold defeated the forces of the King of Norway, Rachelle searches the battlefield for her uncle, worried he may be dead, and stumbles over a Norwegian warrior, Tyr Sigurdsson.Tyr, a powerful half English jarl, wants to recoup his losses from the failed invasion and so takes Rachelle back to Norway thinking to ransom her, but his passion for the English girl leads him in another direction Tyr has his enemies, however, and soon the bastard son of the fallen Norwe...

  3. says:

    4.5 StarsHaving suffered a humiliating defeat at the Battle of Stamford Bridge and the death of his king, Tyr Sigurdsson only wishes to return home and do what he can to help his fractured country Hiding amongst the dead, he s accidently discovered by a beautiful Saxon Thinking to hold her ransom, Tyr is surprised to find his captive is not as reluctant as he would have expected.Orphaned at a young age and taken in by her Uncle, Rachelle Fiennes now fears she has no one With nothing to lose, 4.5 StarsHaving suffered a humiliating defeat at the Battle of Stamford Bridge and the death of his king, Tyr Sigurdsson only wishes to return home and do what he can to help his fractured country Hiding amongst the dead, he s accidently discovered by a beautiful Saxon Thinking to hold her ransom, Tyr is surprised to find his captive is not as reluctant as ...

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    3.5 starsThis is the second book in the Sigurdsson family series Rachelle Fiennes is searching the battlefield for her uncle after the Battle of Stamford Bridge when she encounters Jarl Tyr Sigurdsson Is their meeting Tyr s punishment by Odin for surviving or God s answer to Rachelle s prayers all those years ago when her parents were killed You ll have to read BLIND MERCY to discover which, if either, it is.There were many aspects of BLIND MERCY I really enjoyed There was a definite sense o 3.5 starsThis is the second book in the Sigurdsson family series Rachelle Fiennes is searching the battlefield for her uncle after the Battle of Stamford Bridge when she encounters Jarl Tyr ...

  5. says:

    Find this review andat Lusty Penguin Reviews Blind Mercy, the second book of the Blind series, is an amazing and thoroughly enticing historical romance by Violetta Rand The author s lush attention to detail captures the imagination and draws the reader into this love story between a Viking and Saxon.The battle between the Vikings and Saxons directly affects Rachelle Fiennes s life because Uncle Henry, her guardian, is missing and presumed dead While Rachelle searches the battlefield for Find this review andat Lusty Penguin Reviews Blind Mercy, the second book of the Blind series, is an amazing and thoroughly enticing historical romance by Violetta Rand The author s lush attention to det...

  6. says:

    Hurray, for a worthy medieval romance writer Violetta has the power to entertain the reader with interesting characters and excellent dialogues It s easy to forgive her few indulgences to contemporary language He d have to realign his priorities is not very appropriate for a Viking jarl.Mercy is definitely the pillar of the story Grant me courage to be merciful The greatest value her parents had impressed upon her was a...

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    Violetta Rand has created a very enjoyable, interesting, fast paced and sizzling story In most cases, Rachelle and Tyr seem to be real people as you get to know them, and their actions seem to be authentic The story really carries them along I especially liked the starting premise of how they got together as it is different from others where the Viking kidnaps the English lady.Their journey from being enemies to lovers is one that many will want to read The descriptions of the battle afterma Violetta Rand has created a very enjoyable, interesting, fast paced and sizzling story In most cases, Rachelle and Tyr seem to be real people as you get to know them, and their actions seem to be authentic The story really carries them along I especially liked the starting premise of how they got together as it is different from others where the Viking kidnaps the English lady.Their journey from being enemies to lovers is one that many will want to read The descriptions of the battle aftermath put you there, as did the descriptions of Tyr s home and homeland.Tyr seemed throughout the book to be a very strong individual with his own demons to deal with as he came to grips with his background and realized that Rachelle was the only woman for him Rachelle s journey was eventwisted as she grew up with many false notions of what Vikings wanted as well as dealing with loss of family and no real stability in her life Running away ...

  8. says:

    Giving this a 4 even though I didn t overly enjoy it I used to love the historic genre, but can t get into it any I struggle with the limited choices Our heroine feels she has Her constant battle of I want him, but can t have him because it s not proper drov...

  9. says:

    GreatWhat a wonderful story With great characters I couldn t put this book down The story line was great and kept my interest threw out the book I truly recommend this book to everyone I promise you will enjoy it.

  10. says:

    Excellent story This book was so good I finished in one day Wonderful story, well develop characters in that line Hard to put this book down and loved the ending.

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