Golden Surrender (1985)

(The first book in the MacAuliffe Vikings Trilogy series)

Prince Olaf of Norway - Lord of the Wolves, the golden Viking warrior who came in his dragon ship to forge a great kingdom in the Emerald Isle.

Princess Erin - Daughter of the Irish High King, the ebony-haired beauty who swore bitter vengeance on the legendary Norseman who had brought death and destruction to her beloved homeland.

Yet, in the great Norse and Irish alliance against the invading Danes, it was her own father who gave her in marriage to her most hated enemy. Bewitched by Olaf's massive strength, seduced by his power, still Erin vowed that neither the wrath of his sword nor the fire of his kiss would sway the allegiance of her proud and passionate heart.

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The Vikings Woman (1993)

(The second book in the MacAuliffe Vikings Trilogy series)

Rhiannon, King Alfred's favorite niece, was enraged when her uncle sealed an alliance of war by pledging her to Eric, a towering golden-haired prince with a glacial stare. But the more Rhiannon fought the marriage, the more she becam e inflamed by the fire that lay beneath his Viking ice.

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Lord of the Wolves (1993)

(The third book in the MacAuliffe Vikings Trilogy series)

She was a heroine of her people...

With her extraordinary violet eyes, ebony hair, and ivory skin, the French Countess Melisande was a prize for any man. but the teenage hellion who rode into battle to defend her people belonged to the warrior who saved her life, made her his bride, then disappeared for years. Now Conar MacAuliffe had returned to claim his wife, now a ravishing woman determined to fight for her freedom at all costs. But the proud beauty who feared no man suddenly feared herself... and the passionate embrace of the husband who vowed never to let her go.

He was the mighty viking conqueror they called...

Lord of the Wolves, a legendary warrior whose greatest challenge would come with the woman he was destined to wed. In the fiery Countess Melisande he would find his heaven and hell. Even as he waged war for her heart, he dared not yield his own... Even as he laid sweet, seductive siege to her body, he tried to shield his soul. It would take a common enemy, a little trust, and a united front to awaken them both to a love that could change their lives forever...

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