Rowena and the Viking Warlord by Melodie Campbell
Book 3 in the Land's End series
He was her enemy and her lover…
With her loved ones in peril, Rowena casts a spell to move back time to save them, unaware of the consequences. As Cedric fights battles down south, she unwittingly rides into an enemy war camp and is taken prisoner by her old friend Lars, who is not what he seems.
Yet Rowena is not helpless. After all, she is a half-witch with a whole lot of magic in her. Too bad she doesn’t know how to use it. Escaping from the camp, she continues to botch up spell after spell. Soon Kendra joins her on the trek back to Huel, along with the latest magical mistake, a flame-burping dragon called Cinders.
When war comes to Land’s End, it brings the one man who threatens to conquer everything in Huel, including Rowena's heart. Now she has to make the biggest decision of her life. Will she return through the wall to safety in present day Arizona? Or will she stay in Land’s End for good and fight to save her people from the Viking Warlord?
ISBN: 978-1-927792-74-2 (Kindle ebook); $4.99 US; June 30, 2014
ISBN: 978-1-926997-77-3 (Trade paperback); $15.99 US; June 30, 2014
“A heart-pounding thrill-ride full of adventure, lust and magic. Once again, Campbell has spun words into gold.” —Brenda Dyer, award-winning author of Love's Prophecy
“Edgy, sexy and fast. Leaves you breathless with laughter and craving more.” —Sheri Fredricks, award-winning author of Remedy Maker
"Magic, mayhem and a healthy dose of sensuality make Melodie Campbell's Rowena books winners. This series will live on my favorites shelf for a long time." —Rosanna Leo, author of Predator's Kiss
“Magic and mayhem, demons, a dragon and a Viking who has eyes on more than just Land's End. Another winner in the Rowena Through the Wall series.” —Mark Alldis, former editor Distant Suns Fantasy Magazine
“Campbell is a writer who can deliver delicious punch lines. She creates a fantastic world with a pregnant heroine who loves her freedom as much as her lusty suitors. Magic.” —Garry Ryan, award-winning author of Blackbirds