Tyra didn’t ask to become a werewolf and all she wants is to get on with her life. But when a prophecy foretells that the werewolves will bring about Ragnarok, the Norse end of the world, the entire paranormal world is gunning for her new Pack.
A mercenary and soldier of fortune, Calder clawed his way to the top of the Viking world and he’ll defend his brothers-in-arms to the last breath. But nothing could have prepared him for the newly turned werewolf who demands his help.
Calder doesn’t trade sex for favors, but there’s no denying the intense sexual chemistry between them and soon the lines between duty and pleasure blur. But if Tyra wants to keep her Viking, first she’ll have to learn the sweet pleasures of submission
By Anne Marsh
Calder is a berserker, a Norse warrior, a Viking who is also a bear shape shifter. Tyra is a werewolf, recently turned. They originally meet at a paranormal underground fight club, in separate cells where they are being kept in order to participate in fights to the death. Once freed, they separate, each one trying to forget the other.
Their packs are natural enemies, due to an ancient prophecy that states the werewolves will bring about the end of the world. But Tara knows her people are starving and need help. When she’s kick out of her pack because of her independent nature, she sets out to find the only man who can help – Calder.
Writing a paranormal shape shifting story is a tricky feat and Anne Marsh nailed it! At the Viking’s Command is a well written stand-alone book. Alpha does not even begin to describe Calder. Tyra is a strong female character who doesn’t back down. The sexual tension between these two is hot. My only complaint is the story was too short, so at times it felt rushed. But with the story line in place, the series will continue to grow.
Dayreader Reviews gives this book by Anne Marsh 4 stars****!