I have two historical Celtic Shapeshifter romances. The first is set in 9th century Scotland against the backdrop of Kenneth Mac Alpin’s rise to power.
A bow and arrow carrying Pict beauty takes vengeance on a royal target but fails at her attempt to slay the Scot King, Kenneth Mac Alpin. To save her life, she is forced to wed the king’s cousin, Malcolm. Just as the Scot warrior and the Pict Princess begin to forge a bond, Malcolm must reveal his incredible secret and choose between two worlds: one with Bethoc or one without.
This Celtic adventure takes place on both the land and the sea. The hero is both man and seal through the ancient druid lore of the Celtic fey known as selkies. The medieval Scottish King, Kenneth Mac Alpin is a strong secondary character. The ancient people of Caledonia are represented by the Pagan Pict Princess, the heroine, Bethoc. It’s sword and sorcery Highland style in this Medieval Celtic Romance.
In days of old, deep in the dark woods, Druidess Seren discovers a wolf shape shifting into the bare, muscular Celtic God, Gwydion. Seren’s mind turns from the Samhain feast to wicked thoughts of feasting on Gwydion’s yummy goodies. Will this new found love last beyond a Samhain tryst to survive the ultimate long distant relationship of a god in the otherworld and a woman on earth? Is the love Gwydion and Seren share strong enough to overcome the social barrier between an immortal god and a mortal woman? Will a warning of danger from beyond the grave destroy the sensual magic brewing between the wolf and the druidess?