Here's the synopsis, which I reprint in its entirety because, as I've said before, you just can't make this shit up:
Lt. Torolf Magnusson and his team of Navy SEALs have gone back in time to eleventh-century Norselands on a search-and-destroy mission, but when they find they've landed in the middle of a sanctuary-filled with women-well, hoo-yah! Their plans are put on hold, much to the distress of Hilda, the head of the sanctuary. At first resistant to Torolf's pursuits, she soon succumbs to his passionate advances. But with victory in sight for Torolf, Hilda must face the fact that their love may not survive the test of time.
DocTurtle has just pointed out that I'm not so much snarking on the cover here as snarking on the book itself. Mea culpa. I was so distracted by the blurb on the back that I forgot to snark on the Navy SEAL who doesn't need a shirt, but does need a gun, with the miniature Viking ship in the background. And "fabulous" is a word I don't often associate with romance novels, at least not the hetero-normative romances written with mostly middle-aged women in mind.