She Was a Goddess of Fire and Ice
A mysterious Viking princess, Iona hid her beauty behind a veil, vowing never to put herself at the mercy of any man. Skilled both in battle and the healing arts, she sailed a fleet of ships across the treacherous sea to her birthplace in the Orkney Islands. But wild winds and fateful tides altered her course, hurling her on Scotland's northernmost shores . . . and into the arms of a Scottish warlord.
He Was the Heathen Who Would Defy Heaven – or Hell – to Claim Her
For his heroic exploits in the frozen North Sea, Magnus Sinclair was legendary; for his romantic exploits among women, the Scottish chieftain was notorious. Yet when his ships defeated lona's forces in a heated battle at sea, her fierce pride and fragile beauty shook him to his soul. And when Magnus returned to his native Scotland, where a secret enemy plotted his ruin, he was determined to bring his lovely captive with him not as plundered booty . . . but as his bride and ally.