The Viking Series      8 books
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                     The Viking  

 At not quite fifteen, Stefan's father finally let him board the longship Sja Vinna to take part in his first Viking raid. But the battle was not at all what he expected and he found himself alone and stranded in Scotland. 

  Thirteen-year-old Kannak's problem was just as grave. Her father deserted them and the only way to survive, she decided, was to take a husband over her mother's objections. Then suddenly she found herself helping a hated Viking escape. Could Kannak successfully hide a Viking in the middle of a Scottish Clan? And why was someone plotting to kill the clan's beloved laird?

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             The Viking's Bride

At sixteen, Effie Chaffan was careful to make only those promises she knew to be easily kept, but a foolish promise born of exasperation and stubbornness was about to become her undoing.
Forced to leave their land, good friends Ward and Brannan led the MacGreagors north to find a new home,but good land came at a heavy price and one of them was about to fall victim to Effie's promise.

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       The Unwanted Bride


In a village situated in the forest and out of sight of the well-traveled road, lived two sisters, Jenny and Owena Allaway, the eldest of which was Owena. Pleasing to look upon, Owena was never without the attentions of men, while Jinny was ignored and often left wanting. Yet, Jinny loved her sister and would do anything for her. At least that's what she always thought. It was not until two MacGreagor Brothers came to choose brides that her loyalty was put to the ultimate test. 

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The Viking's Daughter
At fourteen, Catrina MacGreagor was left to care for her nine siblings after her mother passed. She didn't truly mind, for she loved them all dearly, but the work was hard as well as boring, and it left her little time to consider a husband. It was just as well, for she had not yet seen a lad she truly favored. All that was about to change, however, in the form of seven brothers – four of them old enough to marry, and all of them Vikings. 

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The Viking's Honor

During a raid in Ireland that took her family, her home and all her food, a Viking intentionally let Shannon Carr live. She certainly did not see it as a kindness and the unexplained reason he let her live often haunted her. More pressing still was her need for revenge, so she set out to find the Vikings in Scotland. 

In England, Britie Tweddle prayed rumors of a giant in Scotland were true and that he could save her from an abusive brother. Therefore, the moment she made good her escape, she headed north.

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Viking Valor


It was forbidden, but Bradana MacGreagor could not seem to help herself. The man of her dreams was a Lennox and Laird Lennox forbid all unions between the two clans, fervently believing that the MacGreagors were cursed. Rubbish, said the MacGreagors, but that did nothing to persuade the Lennnox.  Too soon, her destiny was taken completely out of her hands when word came that the king had called all able-bodies men to fight for Scotland.


  The Viking's Son

Donaldina's mother died when she was four, or so her father said. She suspected something was amiss but never knew what, and now that she was old enough, her father was determined to marry her off. Always before, she managed to waylay his wedding attempts, and when Laird Wallace MacGreagor came to buy spices from her clan, she fully intended to avoid it this time too.

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Viking Blood

   He called her Sassa, for she was indeed a divine beauty, and when she said she loved him in return, Laird Artair MacGreagor counted himself among the most fortunate of men. He knew full well othre men would lust after her, but he was convinced he could protect her. Yet, it was not enough, for in his determination to keep her safe, he neglected to sufficiently safeguard himself.         

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