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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 dreams of love and a normal life 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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Anna Richland lives with her quietly funny Canadian husband and two less quiet children in a century-old house in Seattle. Like the heroine of FIRST TO BURN, she joined the army to pay tuition, a decision that led to an adventurous career on four continents (if standing on the bridge in Panama that divides North and South America counts as two).

She donates a portion of her book proceeds to the Fisher House Foundation, which provides housing for families of wounded soldiers in the US and Great Britain, and Doctors Without Borders, which delivers emergency medical care in more than sixty crisis zones world-wide.

To find out about her October novella, HIS ROAD HOME, and the next Immortal Vikings romance, THE SECOND LIE, visit her website at annarichland.com and sign up for her newsletter.



  1. I LOVED this book and so happy to be a part of this tour!

  2. Looks like we both are on the same page today.

  3. Thanks to all three of you for featuring me on your blogs! I chose a Starbucks card giveaway because Wulf and Theresa seem to have a love triangle with coffee in this book, don't you think? There's this before the first kiss (I wish I knew how to do indented quotes on comments, sorry):

    Wulf’s cup rattled against its saucer when he returned his espresso to the tray. “You don’t want this coffee, do you?”

    His question ignited tremors for reasons she knew she shouldn’t explore. Maybe it was his tone, as dark and rich as the tiny chocolates they’d shared after dinner, or maybe it was the unbidden thought of what she wanted. Him, pinning her to the couch and kissing her the way his eyes promised whenever their gazes locked. Her espresso sloshed over the demitasse rim, so he curled his fingers around her hand and removed the drink to rest safely beside his.

    OR THIS, when they're on the run in the sewers under Rome:

    She snuggled into his coat with a sound that reminded him of guys breathing steam off coffee post- night patrol, and her laughter subsided into full-body hiccups. That type hurt like hell.

    They do eat sometimes - lots of Italian food - but I think it shows that I often write in coffee shops!

  4. Thank you for hosting today!! Hope all is well!


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