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New Release | Steinar, The Wolves of Clan Sutherland, Book 3 by Mary Morgan #vikingromance #pnr #paranormalromance #newrelease #wrpbks



Title STEINAR, The Wolves of Clan Sutherland, Book 3

 

Author Mary Morgan

 

Genre Viking Historical Paranormal Romance

 

Publisher The Wild Rose Press

 

Book Blurb

 

Descended from the mighty Somerled, Lord of the Isles, Steinar MacDougall’s supremacy over the seas is fierce. On a quest for King William, he is captured by the enemy and presented with a favorable opportunity. Yet Steinar soon realizes his greatest threat comes from the woman who hides behind the mask of a warrior, and the quest for control might send them hurdling into the abyss of the sea.

 

As leader of the Serpents, Inga the Ruthless travels beyond the isles bartering for goods with her brothers. After rescuing the feared Pirate Wolf during a storm, she surrenders her trust to the man and his inner wolf in order to claim the lost treasure of Odin. Though the journey is fraught with dangers, Inga fears her heart might be the one in peril, leading her to make the ultimate sacrifice.

 

Will the sea be their salvation or doom them to a watery grave?

 

 

Excerpt

 

Steinar swallowed the anger that flared from the man’s insult and allowed the power of his wolf to flicker within his eyes.

 

A few of the men took a step back.

 

“Look at how his wounds are already healing,” muttered another man. “’Tis not right. The Gods have marked him. We should toss him overboard.”

 

“Be wary the next words you spout,” warned Steinar. He fought to control the raging beast within his body. Blood was foremost on the animal’s mind.

 

“Enough!” Leif bellowed. “Or I shall enjoy removing your tongue from your throat.”

 

Steinar shook with power. Beads of sweat broke out along his brow. If he let his wolf have free rein, there would be no survivors. War would be declared, and King William would have more trouble battling another enemy.

 

Indecision plagued Steinar. Fight to the death or surrender to his foe.

 

“Nae!” ordered someone within their group.

 

Leif snarled and glanced over his shoulder. “Why?”

 

When the men moved aside, another warrior stepped forward. “He is far too dangerous. Take him near the barrels and bind him in chains.”

 

Leif clenched his fist.

 

The action did not go unnoticed by his leader. “Do not challenge me. The Gods have spoken!”

 

Steinar almost laughed at the absurdity. No chains could keep his beast a prisoner.

 

Their leader made no move to approach. Intrigued, Steinar tilted his head, waiting for more demands to be issued from the warrior.

 

Confusion settled over him. Steinar dared to take a step forward. The warrior was cloaked in a hooded garment—from the steel helmet to the cloak covering most of their body. Eyes the color of a glittering sea, white with foam, stared intensely at him. Steinar’s brow deepened further.

 

His wolf inhaled sharply and then let out a low growl.

 

Though this person wore trews, the intoxicating scent became undeniable. Steinar’s lips curled in disgust at the shocking revelation. He spat onto the deck. “When do the men known as the fearsome Serpents of Olafsson take orders from a woman?”

 

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Author Biography 

 

Mary Morgan is an international best-selling author of award-winning historical fantasy and paranormal romance novels. During her research travels with her knight in shining armor to England, Ireland, and Scotland, she left a part of her soul in one of these countries and vows to return.

 

Her passion for books started at an early age along with an overactive imagination. Inspired by her love for history and ancient Celtic and Norse mythology, Mary's tales are filled with powerful warriors, brave women, magic, and romance.

 

If you enjoy history, tortured heroes, and a wee bit of fantasy, then journey back in time within the pages of her books.

 

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6 Comments


Jan Sikes
Jan Sikes
Jan 11

A huge congratulations to Mary! I loved this book and highly recommend it!

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Barbara Bettis
Jan 10

Congratulations on the release, Mary! Fabulous book. Many happy returns to Steinar and Inga ❤️

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Mary Morgan
Mary Morgan
Jan 10
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Thank you, Barb! Truly appreciated. ❤️

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Mary Morgan
Mary Morgan
Jan 10

Thank you so much for hosting my new book release! Truly appreciated! 😀

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N. N. Light
N. N. Light
Jan 10

Thank you, Mary, for sharing your new release with us! It's such a fabulous read!

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Mary Morgan
Mary Morgan
Jan 10
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Woot! Thank you! 😀

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