Jarl Wulfgar Thorraso’s bedchambers are rarely empty of wenches or other jarls' daughters,
who vie for his attention wherever he roams. Wulf’s thoughts of bedding women are equal to any
of his other appetites: an enjoyable way to fulfill his needs. Faery Princess Catriona proclaims
that his rogue seductions are causing a growing uproar of angry fathers and cuts his lustful
road short. Catriona banishes him from Norseland with a command: learn the difference between
lust and love.
Wulf cannot fully comprehend how Catriona has the power to send him into the future of the
21st century. Thus far, his new homeland brings on a somewhat familiar sight, with a beautiful
woman standing before him. Though strangely dressed in men’s clothes, she lights up areas he
wants to quash if he’s ever to return to his beloved House of Thor.
Romance novelist Raven Harrison only wants to kick-start her creative juices when she enters
the cemetery. Armed with a digital camera, she sets her sights on a mausoleum carved with medieval
etchings. She didn’t count on finding a huge, half-clothed man, claiming he’s from 11th Century
Norseland. Fleeting romantic thoughts take a back seat when her expedition attracts flying bullets.
Raven offers Wulf a place to stay, some fast-food, and companionship to hear his unlikely
time-travel tale. Just as Raven begins to believe Wulf’s unfortunate state, the cemetery threats
escalate into threats against her "boyfriend." Wulf realizes something’s amiss and wants to
protect her, but she dismisses his fears so he won’t be in any danger. Raven can’t allow her
heart to lead the way, especially with a man who could easily return back in time. Wulf isn’t
sure he can trust his new feelings. Is this how love feels? With an uncertain future, can he
even wish for Raven’s love?
Author Faith V. Smith writes a passionate love story between an adventurous hero and spunky
heroine. Smith develops enjoyable characters with inner conflicts and unique strengths, fun
dialogue and sensuous scenes. Readers will enjoy the conflict set by the time travel, where
characters deal with the intricacies of different cultures, words, and attitudes. For fans of
the Faery Princess, you will be happy to hear that Catriona will be the focus of Smith’s next
book, Semper Fi Magick.
Viking, Go Home is an entertaining read, with smoldering love scenes and characters
to cheer for.