213 SINGLE SCOTSMEN
There was something about the Brigadoon-like Falgannon, something that kept most of its male inhabitants unwed. From Michael the Story to Callum the Bicycle--and we mustn't forget The Cat Dudley, the slyest poker-playing moggie in the Outer Hebrides--every male of the Isle had happiness dependent upon that of its Lady. So things had been since Pictish times, and so they would be long after the present day.
Despite her machinations, to this point B.A. Montgomerie had been unable to make her men happy. Her first marriage had been against their advice; her husband had been an Irishman, true, but he had failed to meet other necessary requirements...and things had ended badly. Now, another Irishman had come--and was making the natives restless. Yes, the men of Falgannon could sense Desmond Mershan's conquering Viking spirit and his desire for B.A.--which B.A. could sense herself. And while her men would never let anything happen that she didn't want, this Irishman had come to pillage and loot, and nothing was going to stop him. Staring into his vibrant green eyes, B.A. anticipated the battles to come.
Is there a 3rd book in this series?
Is there a 3rd book in this series. I am enjoying the 1st & have downloaded the 2nd one.
The Sisters (now with the wonderful Montlake/Amazon Publishing) have three titles out - The Invasion of Falgannon Isle, Riding the Thunder and A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing.
I will start a new arc of the sisters soon, four books covering Paganne's, LynneAnne's and Cait's books, and one with Brishen's romance (though I won't tell you which sister) :-)
Glad you are enjoying them.
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