A historically accurate retelling of Aslaug and Ragnar's saga (Viking Secrets Book 3)
Aslaug was one of Ragnar Lodbrok's wives and bore him many sons. However, prior to meeting him, she spent her childhood looked up in a harp. Then, when the harp owner was murdered, raised by a beastly pair who insisted Aslaug never wash in order to hide her beauty.
Once released from this life of miserable slavery, Aslaug went on to marry Ragnar Lodbrok, the famous Viking. She bore many children to him as well as help raise some of his other children. At times, her relationship with one of her stepchildren was considered questionable as she favoured him over even her own children.
'Vikings: The Truth About Aslaug and Ragnar' is so much more than a history book though. Part One brings the whole story to life with a historically accurate novel of their lives. Part Two then examines the historical facts behind this famous Viking couple.
The 'Viking Secrets' series explores the historical fact from present day fiction in regards to the Vikings and the extraordinary women who existed in the Viking era.
PLEASE NOTE: Each of the books in this series can be read as standalone books due to the nature of the sagas involved. Therefore, the book numbering indicates the order in which the stories were published and not the order in which they are required to be read.
HEAT INDEX: Sex behind closed doors left for the imagination.
Publisher: Myrddin Publishing Group