The more she attempts to ignore him the more irresistible he becomes
Asta, Seer of Spirits of the thirteenth generation of the line of the goddess Solveig, is intelligent, lovely and amusing. However, she is not only headstrong, but purposely difficult, abrasive, and sarcastic. Asta believes she is entirely alone in the realm of Highgard. However, after she discovers the disturbing truth, she escapes to Midgard to search for her sisters. In the beautiful, but often treacherous location of Iceland she encounters a young man from her realm. She fully intends to keep him at a distance but finds it impossible.
Hagen the Explorer is everything Asta believes she is not. He’s ambitious and adventurous, purposeful and optimistic. To save her life he is forced to resort to methods of which she disapproves and possibly cannot forgive. Yet, Asta and Hagen are irresistibly drawn to one another.
Hagen sees her remarkable beauty and her true potential, but she consistently pushes him away. Will love and desire win over her strong will and stubbornness?
Book 3 in the Vikings of Highgard series