"By Loki's horns! Look at her, on her knees, ready to serve all of us."
I'm on the shore near the forest, and a longboat of Vikings has just landed!
They find me in an intimate situation and soon are taking me. Strong, handsome warriors, they have their own ideas about a young Native American woman. Taking me hard and unprotected, they show me their foreign ways of lust, and that when you are taken by the leader, you are taken by his entire crew. Being taken by the Vikings sweeps me away with their passionate and lusty attention.
This was the first time I tried this author & definitely the last. The story—if you want to call it that—was overly simplistic, especially redundant, nowhere near historically accurate, and the new, made-up names of sexually-related aspects detracted from the story b/c some sounded funny (ex. salt milk = outcome of an orgasm), and not in a cute way. With this tale, the author also came really close to possibly being considered offensive and insulting, at the very least, by indigenous people of North America and their allies.
The only good thing is that the narrator did a good job with this tale, or rather this stream of sexual encounters linked together only by them being told one after the other.