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Vargamor - Gabriel Wolf - Asgard Felag Saga
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99
Pages: 519

The story of Lars, Sven and the men of Asgard Felag continues: after the Rite of Purification something extraordinary happens and everyone’s life changes forever.
Thanks to the help of a mysterious woman, whose nature will gradually reveal itself, the men will begin to set out on the path of their destiny to better discover themselves first of all, even if this means paying a high price, while she will start a different path and at the same time parallel to theirs to become fully herself.
Magic, eroticism, mysticism, adventures and revelations alternate in a story where friendship, sex, brotherhood and love become indistinguishable in an ideal tension towards a future in which ancient fractures will be healed, to show humanity a common path in which we focus more on what unites rather than what divides.

Pairings: M-F, M-M, M-M-M, 4+ or Other
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 3
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 36-45
Protagonist 2 Age: 36-45
Protagonist 3 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Age Difference, Alpha Character, Coming Home, Healing Power of Sex, Love Can Heal / Redemption, Magic Sword, Most Mindblowing Sex Ever, Sex Buddies Become Lovers
Word Count: 120000
Setting: Norwegian countriside, woods, little towns, Oslo
Languages Available: English, Italian
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

Finally, after lying completely in the beds, each couple embraced each other in a hug as strong as it was kind, which included in the protective and reassuring circle formed by their arms the companion in the middle, completing the settling of their bodies by also weaving the legs.
There was a kind of Field of Love in that room of an almost overwhelming intensity and only then Sven realized that until that moment in the air there had been distortions, like energetic and empathic anomalies, which were now completely gone.
Everything in there, finally, was peace.
It might have seemed like an incredibly exciting situation, maybe in other conditions it could have been, but at that moment in that room there was neither desire, nor passion nor lust.


All that could be felt was a sharing of deep, pure and perfect love, evoked by the need to be close in an ideal tension towards an immensely greater good than could ever have been the sum of those individual, however formidable, parts.