Lovely review of Forged in Flood from Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words.
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Eaten up with guilt, Ivan Black spends ten years hiding from the world. He retreats to his family forge to wallow in misery. Alone. So lonely his heart aches with it.
Wesley Cook and Rolland Spence have been together since university. They struggle through the physical scars of the accident, building a life in the ruins of their dreams. They find happiness but continue to miss their angry ginger Viking—Ivan.
In all the anger of wasted years, the three men find a way to forge a relationship as hot as the fires in the smithy.
I’ve long been a fan of the novels of Dahlia Donovan, but Forged in Fire may be her best story yet. It is a deeply moving love story between…
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