As wolves, Isobel, her kin, and a Highland slave are on the run from her Icelandic clan and now they must find a way to live in peace in Scotia without anyone discovering they are wolves or Vikings. Wearing traditional Icelandic clothes, sailing a Viking longboat, and speaking Gaelic with a Nordic accent, it won’t be easy.
Alasdair is the wolf pack leader of his Highland clan, in the middle of adding fortifications to his castle when he spies what he thinks is a small Viking longboat—which can mean raiders and a fight. But what he discovers is two adult wolf females, a nearly grown male, and a female and male bairn on their shores. He can’t imagine the family making the treacherous journey to his land all on their own, but he’s captivated by Isobel, the woman who led her people to what she hopes will be safety.
Not everyone in his pack welcomes having Vikings living among them though. And Isobel is a wild and unpredictable woman, which fascinates him all the more.
I’m still planting. Have some caladiums to plant in a really shady area. I didn’t realize there were 5 in a package, so have 10 more to go after finishing one package of them! At least they’re easy to plant. And I have more bark mulch to put down. Tomato plants are coming along. I need to start really staking them up.
I’ve got to work on Lachlan’s word count today too. No more goofing off. lol
I was so glad to finish up the first of the novellas that are medieval Highland shifters. I’ve always wanted to do them, but my editor said no. Hopefully, readers will love them.
Okay, I’m off to get back to planting and such. Have a beautiful day!!
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