First to Burn

                                  First to Burn

                                     

                                    (Immortal Vikings #1)

Anna Richland 

A soldier with secrets

Immortal Viking Wulf Wardsen once battled alongside Beowulf, and now serves in Afghanistan. He’s trusted the mortal men on his elite special operations team to protect his secret, until an explosion lands Wulf in a place more dangerous to him than a battlefield: a medevac helicopter.

A doctor with questions

Army captain Theresa Chiesa follows the rules and expects the same from others, even special forces hotshots like Sergeant Wardsen. She’s determined to discover the secret behind his supernaturally fast healing, and she won’t allow his sexy smile to distract her.

An enemy with nothing to lose

Even as Theresa’s investigation threatens to expose him, Wulf is stirred by her passion. Dreaming of love and a normal life, he wants nothing more than to build a future with her. But the lost Viking relic needed to reverse his immortality is being hunted by another—an ancient enemy who won’t hesitate to hurt Theresa to strike back at Wulf

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I came across this one again by a R2R program in the Lovers of Paranormal group in goodreads, I remember watching the description of the book and a few words picked up my attention Beowulf and viking…

I love nordic and viking tales and obviously Beowulf if part of that world.

When I began to read it, it catched my attention that this soldier was so interesting and immersed in his secret I mean not everyday you come across an immortal with regenerative gifts and are aware of what is happening. 

I really liked the heroine in this book because she isn’t your typical damsel in distress, this one is a strong woman determined to do everything she can to get over any obstacle she have. 

Now pair up these two characters, a little of a troop very loyal to their friend and you can wrap it up in this book, it was funny at times and serious in other ways, but a super great epic tale.

I find a lots of things I love in a book in this one, because it had a little drama, ¿who can live without a little angst in their life?, add a little romance and mmm you will like it even more and a little of suspense to get you at the edge to see what more can happen.

 I really recommend it if you like epic, romance and some little tears here and there, it’s a genuinely super good story.


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Este libro lo encontré como muchos otros de nuevo gracias al programa de lee para reseña en el grupo Lovers of Paranormal de goodreads, me acuerdo de haber visto la descripción y un par de palabras me llamaron la atención Beowulf y vikingos….

Soy muy fanática de los vikingos y obviamente Beowulf forma parte de ese mundo.

Cuando empece a leerlo, me llamo mucho la atención este soldado tan inmerso en sus secretos y digo no es que nos encontramos todos los días con un inmortal con poderes re-generativos sin saber un poco de lo que pasa. 

Me encanto la heroína de este libro porque no es tu típica damisela en apuros, sino que es una mujer independiente y fuerte que hará todo en su poder para sobrepasar todos los obstáculos en su vida. 

Ahora si juntas a esos dos y le añades una tropa muy leal a su amigo solo falta ponerle un moño y tienes este libro, fue muy divertido aunque a veces se ponía serio pero eso es exactamente lo que lo hace un gran cuento épico. 

Encontré muchas cosas que me gusta leer en un libro, primero por que tenia un poco de drama ¿y quien puede vivir sin un poco de eso en su vida?, le añadimos un poco de romance y mmm te gustara aun más y un poquito de suspenso te mantendrá leyendo para saber que mas puede pasar. 

Lo recomiendo mucho si te gusta lo épico, el romance y un par de lagrimas aquí y allá porque en realidad es un libro excelente. 



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