Torunn the Strong and her sisters, the descendants of the Goddess Solveig of Highgard are the only survivors of the dreaded Red Death. Tall, blonde, beautiful, brave and skilled in weaponry, Torunn will do whatever is necessary to save them from the scourge that killed their people. Forced to leave her sisters and her world behind, she is transported to the land of the Vikings where she is to discover the fate of the lost Highgardian boys sent there twenty years earlier.
Near death, she is saved by Brandr, a fearless, tall, muscular, ruggedly handsome man once a Viking warrior. Torunn and Brandr are forced to battle the brutal mountainous climate, wild beasts, and dangerous enemies. Neither want to admit they are falling deeply in love, for Torunn hasn’t ever met a man before and Brandr’s past is filled with tragedy and betrayal.
Is it possible for them to find happiness together?
For seven long years, Breandán Mac Liam has been haunted by the memory of Mara. The Connacht princess captured Breandán’s heart but married a Northman and traveled far from the lush forests where first they met. Now word reaches Breandán that the Northman is dead, and a perilous charge has been assigned him: escort the princess through war-torn lands to her dying father’s side.
Mourning her husband and struggling to raise their troubled young son, Mara does not know she’s the object of the Irishman’s longing. Heartbroken over the loss of her husband, she is totally unprepared for the feelings Breandán awakens in her.
As their worlds collide, Breandán not only finds himself wrapped in the arms of Mara’s embrace but forced to defend his honor. With Mara caught between the family she loves and the father she knows, can Breandán uncover the mystery of her past and still protect her from a secret that threatens them all?
Gustaf Ræliksen lives by the blade of his sword. After avenging his father’s murder and reuniting with his family, he wants nothing more than to settle down and have sons of his own. Only one woman will do—a beautiful redheaded thrall he saved from the spoils of war.
Free from slavery and those who kept her captive, Æsa has nothing to offer the noble warrior except her heart. But when someone with a deep score to settle seeks revenge and the whereabouts of buried silver that only Æsa knows, she must break Gustaf’s heart in order to spare his life.
Gustaf’s world is torn asunder, and he has but one vow—saving the woman he loves from the dangerous rival who will stop at nothing to have it all.
One night a handsome Irishman approaches her, introducing himself as Edward Donoghue. Edward takes absinthe to relieve his sleepwalking, and she is eager to hear whether he has experience with fairies. Instead, she discovers that he’s the earl of Meath, and that he will soon visit a mysterious ruin at Newgrange on the orders of his cousin, the beautiful, half-mad Queen Isolde. On learning about Ada’s area of study, he invites her to accompany him.
Ada is torn between a sensible fear of becoming entangled with the clearly troubled gentleman and her compelling desire to ease his suffering. Finally she accepts his invitation, and they arrive in time for the winter solstice. That night, the secret of Edward’s affliction is revealed: he is, in fact, a lord in two worlds and can no longer suppress his shadow self.
Little does either of them realize that their blossoming friendship—and slowly kindling passion—will lead to discoveries that wrench open a door sealed for centuries, throwing them into a war that will change Ireland forever.
For as long as she could remember, Bertie had lived her life by following signs and had comfort in knowing that whatever her choices through life she would always be on the right path if she followed her signs.
But now, when she had the most important decision to make in her life, the signs only sent her into a whirl of confusion. All pointed towards her setting her sights on a very nice gentleman whom she liked very much but the problem was that her heart secretly longed for another. How could the signs possibly be wrong? Was it time for her to stop looking for signs and follow her heart instead? Bertie didn’t know if she could do it.
Set in mystical sixteenth century Ireland, A Witch’s Destiny, the final enthralling installment in this original portion of The Irish Witch Series, promises to captivate readers with unexpected twists and turns and reveals several emotional truths and secrets they have long been waiting to learn.
Attempting to flee England and the untrustworthy king, as well as the dark demon and those bound to him, proves exceedingly difficult and creates further dire consequences. Together, the beautiful and magical young, Alainn and her courageous and ever-faithful, protective husband, Killian encounter a perilous storm at sea, a devastating disease, and the results of an evil blade cursed by the unrelenting demon. Once again, Alainn must face the harsh reality that her powerful magic cannot ensure happiness or protect all those she cares for.