Marti Talbott's books are suitable for ages 13 and up
The Viking's Bride - a historical romance
The Viking Series, Book 4
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Meet Clan MacGreagor
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The continuing story of the MacGreagors consists of four series -
The Vikings, The Highlanders, Marblestone Mansion, and The lost MacGreagor books.
The Viking series consists of three books with a forth coming soon. It begins with the story of Stefen who sailed on a Viking longboat and became stranded in Scotland. The first book is FREE and is followed by the story of Stefan's daughter (The Viking's Daughter ) and then by Stefan's son in (The Viking's Son.) Each is a full length novel.
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There are approximately 500 years between the Vikings and the Highlanders.
Marti Talbott's Highlander Series contains 14 books and covers several generations of MacGreagors as they fall in love and face the challenges of survival, holding true to a firm belief that nothing is more important than growing and protecting the clan.
Book 1 in this series is also FREE. The first five books are short stories, followed by 9 full-length novels. Book 1 begins with the story of Anna who was sent from England to marry a Scottish Laird sight unseen.
Continue reading about the MacGreagors as they come to America and settle in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Becoming a Duke after the death of his uncle, Hannish MacGreagor inherited a costly castle and very little money. Therefore, he sailed to America and made his fortune in Silver. Thinking his wife would be happy in Colorado, he built a mansion and sent for her. Yet, the duchess had no intention of giving up her position in London society.
The first book in this 10 book series is also FREE.
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This next series fills in the years between the Highlanders and Marblestone Mansion.
More Marti Talbott Books
NATALIE - a contemporary romance
clean Highlander short story