Renegade Valkyrie - Stacy Claflin

Renegade Valkyrie

By Stacy Claflin

  • Release Date: 2018-05-08
  • Genre: Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables
Score: 4.5
From 13 Ratings


When an angel of death breaks her Valkyrie oath, she'll face Valhalla's brutal wrath. 

Soleil isn't one to follow the rules. Still in mourning for her fiancé's death, she defies an assassination order from Valhalla itself to keep a friend alive. Now the Valkyrie's entire species plans to make her pay…

On the run from her own kind, Soleil's problems double when a powerful witch targets the angel of death on a quest for revenge. Desperate to keep her best friend Titan safe, she considers abandoning the one she cares about most. If only she wasn't starting to fall deeply in love…

Facing retribution from all sides, Soleil must endure an impossible supernatural battle or die trying…

Renegade Valkyrie is the first book in the gripping Valhalla's Curse series of urban fantasy novels. If you like sweet paranormal romance, plucky heroines, and underworld fantasies, then you'll love USA Today Bestselling Author Stacy Claflin's spell-binding novel. 

Read Renegade Valkyrie to fight alongside a lawbreaking angel today!

This urban fantasy romantic thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. In this book and the rest of the series, you'll find a supernatural world far beyond the normal scope of vampires and werewolves. Buckle up and get ready for a ride full of twists and turns. It's one for all ages – as long as you have an imagination and love surprises!

Pick it up today and you won't put it down until the stunning conclusion.

The Complete Story World
Valhalla's Curse
Renegade Valkyrie
Pursued Valkyrie
Silenced Valkyrie
Vengeful Valkyrie
Unleashed Valkyrie

The Transformed Series

Transformed Side Stories
Silent Bite
Hidden Intentions
Saved by a Vampire
Sweet Desire

Curse of the Moon
Spin-off series featuring Toby
Lost Wolf
Chosen Wolf
Hunted Wolf
Broken Wolf
Cursed Wolf
Secret Jaguar


  • It’s okay

    By robyn496
    I usually like the curse of the moon series books, so I thought I would enjoy this spin off. So far it’s okay. Claflin maintains a decent pace, but I couldn’t get into this one. I still feel a bit underwhelmed until I get to the events at the end and I find myself wanting to know what happens next. Like I said, I usually enjoy her books so I am hopeful that the next one sparks my interest once again.