The Norseman

Adult
When the Norsemen come the village scatters to the nearby woods but Adrianna is captured by Yan and brought back to the invaders camp to serve the men. She is treated rudely by some and kindly by others especially Yan with whom she falls in love. Based on true events from 1226 as best as I can remember them. Intended for mature audiences. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781458017086
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Rushmore Judd began writing erotic stories in the early 1990's. When the internet arrived, he finally found an outlet for his stories and what was a hobby became an avocation. Publishing on a few websites he developed a loyal following that encouraged him.

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