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By Sandra Lake | Comments: ( 786 ) | Date: ( Feb 23, 2020 )

A Sons of the North Romance novel from Sandra Lake, author of The Warlord s Wife, who takes readers to 12th century Scandinavia where two hearts clash in furious passion The daughter of a Northern warlord, Katia is known as the Iron Princess for her mettle in battle Headstrong and defiant, she instigates sword duels on a whim with little regard for her own safety Katia wA Sons of the North Romance novel from Sandra Lake, author of The Warlord s Wife, who takes readers to 12th century Scandinavia where two hearts clash in furious passion The daughter of a Northern warlord, Katia is known as the Iron Princess for her mettle in battle Headstrong and defiant, she instigates sword duels on a whim with little regard for her own safety Katia would rather die on her feet as a warrior than live as a token wife and child bearer for a husband who keeps her castled as if she were a prisoner.Lothair is the illegitimate son of the Duke of Saxony, who was granted the title of baron, a castle and lands Raised in an atmosphere of mistrust and deceit, he rejects the concept of husbandry and wants a life of purpose and sacrifice in the pursuit of security for the Baltic Sea.And when fate brings the Iron Princess and reluctant baron together, Katia and Lothair discover they are kindred spirits with fiery temperaments and insatiable desires to match


  • Title: The Iron Princess
  • Author: Sandra Lake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Sandra Lake

Berkley Romance InterMix published Sandra Lake s debut historical romance, The Warlord s Wife in March 2015 The Iron Princess, book 2 in the Sons of the North series, is set for release June 16, 2015.Sandra Lake was raised in rural Canada and married her childhood sweetheart who at times was like her childhood nemesis They are currently living happily ever after along with their sons and unruly husky.



Comments The Iron Princess

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    I would like to thank Netgalley and PENGUIN GROUP for an ARC of this book. First off I love the cover of this book. I think it's just beautiful! The beginning of the book was great with Katia, the princess, dressing up as a boy and fighting in the duels they had at the castle. I thought this was going to be a story about another strong woman. Her stepfather, the King, Jarl Magnus didn't have a problem with her learning sword fighting and he and her mom didn't plan on pawning her off to the best [...]


  • Ari Reavis

    The iron princess literally ran straight to wherever the trouble was at every turn. So that provided for a lot of action and fighting. The romance was cute, although it wasn't until after more than half the book was done that Lothair finally realized he had true feelings for Katia. The sex scenes were hot, but didn't happen until more towards the end. Katia's need to be a hero and save everyone made me want to smack her silly more than a few times, but overall a good book.


  • Nanou

    Rhaaaaa Lothaiiiiire *coeur coeur coeur*Le pauvre aussi, Katia c'est pas un cadeau xD elle fonce tête la première dans tous les dangers possible et heureusement qu'il est là pour la sauver xD


  • (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick

    Originally posted at Smexy Bookssmexybooks/2015/06/review-I enjoyed book one of this series, The Warlord’s Wife. A witty antagonistic based romance that pits a strong-willed heroine against an equally strong-willed and grumpy hero. Their journey to happily ever after is filled with bickering, dithering, drama, a few misunderstandings, some very lovely groveling, and steamy make up sex. I fully expected book two to hold a similar appeal for me. Well written, action packed, and expertly revealed [...]


  • Liz F

    Review copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley.**This is a DNF review**Damn and blast. I loved the first book in the Sons of the North series, The Warlord's Wife, so much that I thought for sure I'd love this one. Although I still love this author's writing, this particular book wasn't for me.I guess my main, overall issue with this book was that I was bored to tears reading it. I have no interest in Anglo-Saxon/Viking history and politics and I would say that the majority of was I read in [...]


  • Jane

    I can safely say that I enjoyed the first book more than the second book. Our heroine the first time round was a sensible young woman, and in the first chapters our heroine this time round - Katia - seemed like a likable heroine as well. But unfortunately, everything went downhill from there on. By the time I reached the final pages, I was very certain that Katia was a very spoiled brat (even if she was 19 and should be considered an adult by that time's standards) and I wouldn't want anything t [...]


  • RondaTutt

    Brilliant and Creative Writing! Adventurous and Love Inspiring!Wow, this has to be the best Viking Romances I have ever read. I am blown away. This author has definitely got talent with weaving a story. I was so enthralled with the story I couldn't put it down. It was so visually enhanced and emotionally thrilling. The character building is so addicting that you actually become enamored of all the action, adventures, and un-denying love between the main characters Katia and Lothair.I loved the f [...]


  • Deborah Nixon

    Wonderful storyI read several books a week and usually it is a so so book. One I never cars to read again. This is full of adventure. Read Her mothers book first.


  • Niveditha

    4.5stars


  • JG

    Excellent plot, consistent characterization (yes even if the heroine will drive you batty often with her hell bent go forth without thinking attitude). There are a lot of historical facts thrown into the mix so if you are not really big on those you might find this book dragging. However the romance was very good with believable timelines and plotting.


  • Miranda (MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It)

    I did not read the first book in this series, but I went into this book with the hopes that it could be read as a stand alone book. I had no issues reading this book as a stand alone. I did not feel like I missed out on a lot. From my understanding, the main character in this book is the daughter of the woman in the first book. So, I do think this book can be read as a stand alone. However, readers might enjoy this book even more if they read the other book in this series first.The first couple [...]


  • Jennifer Guffey

    The Iron Princess (Sons of the North #2)By: Sandra Lake5/5 starsKatia is the daughter of Lida and the adopted daughter of Jarl Magnus. She has been the apple of both her mother & father’s eyes for many years. She was always indulged since Magnus could never say no to her. She was brought up learning how to protect herself and being able to wield a sword like a shield-maiden. Her mind also works in ways that men don’t believe that women are able to think. But this also causes her to be di [...]


  • books are love

    This is a interesting book. You have a young princess who doesn’t really fit into her role. She wants to be more. She wants to help her family by being a warrior. Katia is a stubborn, strong young woman who believes that there is more to her than becoming a wife to a prince. She starts out not wanting to be married and in some ways she is a spoiled girl. She is hot tempered as well. Katia meets Lothair when she is deceptive so she may be join in the sword competition against the men of Saxony. [...]


  • Bridgett

    Katia - She's a fierce heroine, who often times thinks a few steps ahead of herself without thinking of the danger she puts herself or others in.She was a bit too fearless and had a huge hero complex. She wouldn't be satisfied until she saved the world. She ended up being a damsel in distress more times than she should have, but she entertained me. Like stories with "Anne Boleyn," she was a woman before her time. She had ideas of equality and refused to keep her mouth shut when it was for the be [...]


  • Chanpreet

    I love unconventional romances. There's something fresh and unique about them. I love it when it's a historical romance a little more, just because I read them so sparingly these days. The Iron Princess is definitely one that stands out for a number of reasons. The first is the time period in which it is set and the second is the location. Even better, the story features some characters from a book that precedes it, although you don't have to read it to keep up with what's going on.Katia is the [...]


  • C.A. Szarek

    Great great book. Iron princess review. This book was even more awesome than the first. It didn't have the headhopping and in general the writing was better. However there were still numerous places where the author switched tenses. But the middle "journey" part of the book went on too long without a lot of action. Not much to further the external or internal conflict. Barely any sexual tension and it was much needed. So much opportunity not take advantage of. Middle draggggggged on. I kept wait [...]


  • Joy

    Well, the crazysauce did not stop with this one and in fact kept going.The good: I liked how Katia turned out as an adult (mostly), and both her and Lothair were interesting main characters while Lars and Tosha were good supporting characters along with others from the first book in the series. The development of the relationships between these four were interesting and dynamic. The travel and reasons behind what they were doing was interesting and provided urgency and movement to the story.The [...]


  • Lorrie

    I won a free copy of this book by being one of the first responders to a post by this author. Normally I read Scottish/English medieval novels so this was a bit of a change for me. I read some of the other reviews where they lashed out at the heroine in this book, Katia. I didn't see her as a twit running into danger requiring to be rescued. I saw a strong-minded, trained swordswoman who thought she could make a difference in the world by helping her father stay in power. She meets Lothair and f [...]


  • My Book Addiction and More MBA

    A "Sons of the North Romance" novel, #2, but can be read as a stand alone. See, "The Warlord's Wife". A continuing family saga set against the backdrop of 12th-century Scandinavia. Two hearts clash in passion and so much more.The heroine, Katia, is impulsive, strong-willed and runs head long into trouble time and again, without thinking things though. The hero, Lothair, is the illegitimate son of the Duke of Saxony, whose looking for a place of his own, not a wife. What he falls into is, he and [...]


  • Kat Green

    The Iron PrincessI very much enjoyed reading The Iron Princess by Sandra Lake. I honestly had a difficult time putting the book down as Katia threw herself blindly into one adventure after another. Who wouldn't want to keep reading to see what she'd do next and find out how she planned, or didn't plan, to execute her next mission. The characters each had a depth to their personality making them seem real. The spirited Katia is such a believable character, that you almost couldn't help but feel f [...]


  • Debbie Glenn Brown

    Sandra Lake is a new and up and coming historical romance author. The Iron Princess is one of best Viking Romances I have read in a long time! It is adventurous and love inspiring! I was so enthralled with the story I couldn't put it down. The characters are, Lothair the illegitimate son of the Duke of Saxony, who’s looking for a place of his own. He feels there is no need for a wife so our heroine Katia has him struggling with his decision throughout the book. Katia is the adopted daughter of [...]


  • The Window Seat

    Everyone has a guilty pleasure or two. Things that always work to make you happy, but they are usually things that are outside your comfort zone and that is what makes them "guilty" pleasures. For me, this Sons of the North series is something of a guilty pleasure.Katia is the adopted daughter of a powerful Jarl. She is the beloved adopted daughter and her parents love her dearly - but have given her a bit too much freedom. This freedom has created a headstrong, spunky princess, who is capable o [...]


  • Kathy

    Fight like a girl? This one for sure!Katia is a headstrong princessdubbed by Lothair "The Iron Princess". Katia raised in a family of all brothers learns to use the sword from her male siblings and father and is bound and determined to do something with her life, to make a difference, to be of use to her family. Trouble is she has positive intentions but not always does she think through the potential issues our problems that might arise from her approach.I adored the characters in this book and [...]


  • Keith

    After reading the first book in the series, I was looking forward to this second story entitled 'The Iron Princess'. Author Sandra Lake is in the mist of writing what could become a classic Viking romance. The writing here flowed well, as it is character driven. The drama were well done without being unbelievable. The only reason I didn't give it a solid 5 stars was because I felt it lagged a bit in the middle. In saying that, I must get my hands on the next book! Will their journey be worth it, [...]


  • RaeLatte

    A fabulous second book in a must read Viking romance series! Please check out my blog booksilovealatte.wordpress for a detailed review.A must read author that nailed it!


  • Laurie

    Didn't realize this was #2 in a series. Didn't matter, it can stand alone fine.


  • Alison

    really enjoying this series. Kat, although headstrong and extremely wilful , is a great leading lady and the chemistry with Lothair is just off the charts.


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