Dive into the first in series novel with the love story of Viking chieftain, Hakan and his clever Frankish thrall, Helena.
The Norse series adventure begins with a warrior who wants to lay down his sword and the thrall who thaws his icy heart.
Norse Jewel, the first in series novel, is permanently priced to 99 cents
Dive into the Norse world
Viking chieftain, known to many as the "White Wolf," Hakan wants to lay down his sword and live a peaceful farmer's life in Uppsala. Married once before, he refuses to do it again.
- Hero of Norse Jewel
- A primary character, he appears in 5 books throughout the series
A Frankish country maid, she'd never ventured far from her home village...until the day she was stolen by marauding Danes. An apothecary's daughter, she has a unique talent for dyeing wool and thawing icy Viking hearts.
- Heroine of Norse Jewel
- A primary character, she appears in 5 books throughout the series
A loner Viking scout, Brandr is older than other warriors serving Hakan...and there's a reason for that. He's happiest in nature where the gods speak to him through forests, land, wind, and sea.
- Hero of To Find a Viking Treasure
- A primary series character, he appears in 3 books throughout the series
Born a thrall, Sestra has seen much of the world. Wise and fiesty, vulnerable and bold, she denies the possibility of freedom ...until she stumbles on hidden treasure.
- Heroine of To Find a Viking Treasure
- A primary series character, she appears in 4 books throughout the series
Half Greek, this warrior is full of Viking honor. He's given his oath to the White Christ and his heart to a highborn Viking woman.
- Hero in To Steal a Viking Bride
- A secondary series character, he appears in 3 books throughout the series
A natural leader and talented warrior, Eira is on the cusp of greatness. She could be the first woman to take the jarl's seat of Aland (a northern island which serves Uppsala's king).
- Heroine of To Steal a Viking Bride
- A secondary series character, she appears in 2 books throughout the series
To Steal a Viking Bride
2018 Winner of New England Readers Choice Award, short story category
To Steal a Viking Bride, the fast-paced tale of highborn Eira who has one night to choose between two compelling men.
A series video
In 1022 AD, many in the Viking world began to embrace Christianity—except for Svea.* The kingdom clung fiercely to the violent ways of their ancestors, but their long-powerful King Olaf Skotkonung was ready for change—the perfect opening for an enemy with a long simmering plan for revenge.
*The beginning of modern Sweden, Svea consisted of Uppsala and its surrounding lands, the Aland Islands (an archipelago in the north Baltic Sea), and Gotland (a larger, mystical island in the south Baltic Sea).