Saturday, August 24, 2013

Blog Tour: Blind Allegiance by Violetta Rand

Historical Romance
Date Published: 6/25/2013

It’s a risk of a lifetime loving a man you’re supposed to hate…
Betrayed by a brother she hardly trusted before the bloodthirsty Viking, Jarl Randvior Sigurdsson, attacks her home, Noelle Sinclair is conveniently bartered as a means to save her cowardly sibling’s skin. Forced to leave her homeland and accompany the petulant Viking to the untamed wilderness of central Norway, Noelle is ever-aware of the burgeoning dangers around her—including her weakening resolve to resist Randvior.
Should Noelle surrender to his resplendent charms and seduction, or fight with every ounce of strength she possesses to get home?

My Review:
Anytime I read a Historical Novel, I expect to be taken back in time and be able to feel the imagery so that I can imagine I am in the time period I am reading about. Violetta Rand has an wonderful way with words and managed to provide vivid detail without the story feeling overly descriptive and bogged down. 

I enjoyed the Viking aspect of this story as most of the Historicals I read dont have Vikings, it was a refreshing change. 

Compelling characters and a fast moving and exciting plot will definitely keep you engaged to the story throughout. Great read! 

Violetta Rand holds a bachelor's degree in Environmental Policy and a master's degree in Environmental Management. Serving as an environmental scientist in the state of Alaska for over seven years, she enjoys the privilege of traveling to remote places few people have the opportunity to see.
Violetta has been "in love" with writing since childhood. Struck with an entrepreneurial spirit at a young age, at five, she wrote short stories illustrated by her best friend and sold them in her neighborhood. The only thing she loves more than writing is her wonderful relationship with her husband, Jeff. She enjoys outdoor activities, reading whatever she can get her hands on, music, and losing herself in the ancient worlds she enjoys bringing to life in the pages of her stories.


  1. Sounds like a good book and the video makes it intriging.

    1. Hello C & D, thanks for stopping by today. I'm so happy you like the video.

  2. I don't think I ever told you how much I like the video! It's great.

  3. Good day Ms. Cameron, nice to see you. I like the video, too. ;)

  4. Love the video! And the storyline sounds intriguing.

  5. What a haunting melody on the video. Loved it!