Éire’s Viking

Éire’s Viking is the second book in the Éire’s Viking trilogy.

Ms. Layne did a phenomenal job describing the inner turmoil Agnarr felt at feeling vulnerable, and giving up some of his culture – some of himself – in order to cultivate his new life. – Brandee Price


Cover art by Megan Dooley, to be published by The Writer’s Coffee Shop

…a wonderfully written story of war, love, loss and dealing with emotions and learning forgiveness. – Fire & Ice


Beginning ten years after the end of Éire’s Captive Moon, this is the story of how Agnarr Halvardson returns to Éire with the intention of settling there, marrying, and siring sons.

It is also the story of Aislinn, who was a child in Ragor when the Northmen raided eleven summers prior but is now a working physician in her own right. She spent a year in Bangor Monastery and became a Christian before Cowan and Charis returned to take the children to Cowan’s village in the kingdom of Dál Fiatach and returns there a decade later to finish learning all she can from the monks about their healing practices.

When Cowan brings her a patient, injured and temporarily unable to speak, she can’t help but find the strong, tall man attractive, even if such feelings unsettle her.

Although sparks fly immediately, Agnarr’s idea of wedding Aislinn—the physician who heals him when he is injured—is hampered by many factors, including language and cultural differences. There is also the matter that he is the man who kidnapped and enslaved Charis years before.

Believing strongly that God gave Agnarr to her as a patient, though, Aislinn does her best. Her knowledge of who he is wars with her unwilling attraction to him. That he makes his interest in her clear doesn’t help, as he goes so far as to seek her father’s permission to wed her. Can she forgive him for what he did to her village? Can she love him if she does? And will she be willing to accept a life at Agnarr’s side even if he does not love her?

Meanwhile, other raiders from the North come to Éire’s green coasts. Pledging his loyalty to the new king, Muiredach of Dál Fiatach, Agnarr prepares to defend his new home.

TEAM AGNARR! This went in a direction I did not expect but am very happy about. :) Yes, very happy. The second book in the trilogy was the big romance book. Agnarr, The Viking, did some crazy barbarian, unforgivable things. This was about him finding redemption and love. – Jennifer Garcia

I really felt I was there alongside the characters. – The Mad Reviewer


He gripped her wrist, surrounding it entirely in his palm while he stared at her. His jaw worked but no sounds came out, save a frustrated grunt.

Concern cooled the blood rushing to her cheeks and she tried to cover her embarrassment by sniffing and pulling his head down to check his bandaging. Both hands bracketing his head, she puffed out a breath and found the edges of the linen. Before she could untuck the closing end of the fabric, though, she felt his eyes on her and swallowed.


The bright blue of his gaze was suddenly hot. Hot and filled with something that made her stomach flutter as if occupied by a tiny bird. She felt drawn into his eyes, frozen as his hands came up her arms, the fingertips resting just under the short sleeve of her léine. Her own fingertips trembled against his bandaging and his expression shifted in a way she couldn’t define, exactly. Blushing, she decided to pretend that she wouldn’t be thinking about that look all day and shook her head to make the idle idea go away.

The author does an excellent job of capturing two very different cultures along with [their] beliefs, traditions and faiths. Blending them together in an endearing romance just made it even better. – Leti Del Mar



The paperback edition is available through the publisher, The Writer’s Coffee Shop, HERE.

Amazon has it HERE.

Barnes and Noble sells it HERE.


Amazon Kindle

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You can also find the book on Goodreads.

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For the first chapter, click here!


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