Release Blitz + Review: A Nordic King by Karina Halle




When I first applied for the job I thought it would be like all the others: working as a nanny for an aristocratic family.
Then I got the job and found out how wrong I was.
Now I’m the new nanny for two adorable little girls who happen to be princesses.
Their father is the widowed King of Denmark.
And my new home? The royal palace in Copenhagen.
Adjusting to my new life isn't easy but the hardest part hasn’t been the girls who still grieve over the loss of their mother.
It’s their father.
Cold, mysterious and moody, with an icy stare that seems to penetrate your soul, King Aksel may have hired me to take care of his daughters but he wants as little to do with me as possible. 
Yet the longer I share these palace walls with this man, the more that I’m drawn to him. His chiseled face and sexual swagger are only part of the package. It’s in the long, intense glances at the dinner table, the way we’ll brush up against each other in the halls, the rare glimpses of the man deep inside, like the sun passing through clouds.
But no matter how I feel about him, we can never be together.
You think it's bad enough being in love with your boss?
Try falling in love with a king.




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Afbeeldingsresultaat voor 4 star black
**ARC provided in exchange for an honest review**

"She's Aurora. She's my reckoning and savior all at once. She's her namesake, those northern lights that brighten the darkest winter skies."

A Nordic King is the 31st book I read by Karina Halle. After so many books, she still manages to intrigue me with her writing. I can depend on Karina to come up with fun, sexy, and original story-lines/characters. That was also the case with this book. Normally, I don't really care for Royal Romances, however I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book ever since I met King Aksel in The Wild Heir. Also him being a single dad wasn't too bad either (my favorite trope!). I loved the annoyed and cold attitude Aksel was giving off in the beginning, and how Aurora was the complete opposite. She didn't care about his stand-offish behavior and wasn't afraid to speak her mind. The attraction was there from the beginning, however I loved that it took some time for them to act on it. The slow-burn romance worked really well in this book, and I loved the sexual tension.

"I am a king. And I belong to you in ways I never thought possible. More than I belong to my country, more than I belong to the people, I belong to you."

Aurora was a great nanny and addition to this royal family. Aksel's daughter's were really cute and I loved their personalities. Both Aksel and Aurora are keeping secrets but eventually those will be revealed, especially if you are part of a royal family. What I especially appreciate from Karina Halle, is that she doesn't come up with cliche incidents that result into the couple separating or having stupid arguments that could've totally been avoided. After reading 2k+ books, I want authors to come up with original plots, and I can always depend on this author to deliver. Karina can do it all, she is a very creative author that can pretty much write any genre she sets her mind to. And she continues to evolve in the Romance genre. I'll blindly pick up any book she writes. I highly recommend this book to lovers of fun and SUPER HOT (seriously the sex scenes were so freaking good!) contemporary romance books.





About Karina Halle



Karina Halle is a former travel writer and music journalist and The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling author of The Pact, Love, in English, The Artists Trilogy, Dirty Angels and over 20 other wild and romantic reads. She lives on an island off the coast of British Columbia with her husband and her rescue pup, where she drinks a lot of wine, hikes a lot of trails and devours a lot of books. Halle is represented by the Root Literary and is both self-published and published by Simon & Schuster and Hachette in North America and in the UK. 


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