I didn't do an author's note in this book, but readers may come upon a certain part about Idunna's childlessness and wonder, is that true? The answer is, yes, it was common back then, however, it was frowned upon when making good, strong Norse babies was the key to overtaking the world. Needless to say, it was a strange world filled with proud people who tried to keep up appearances as much back then as they do today.
One of my favorite lines from Her Heart's Surrender is: “If marriage is all it takes to spare a life after all this death, then I will marry Eoghann Kentigern.”
For being a minor character in that novel, Idunna was one of the bravest. I didn't think Her Heart's Surrender would be more than a stand-alone, but then Idunna and Eoghann needed a story of their own. Here it is. I'm happy to share it.
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