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  • Magnar

    Magnar & Elspeth I dare you to try not to fall for these two. A historical romance with the leader of the wolves of Clan Sutherland, men who can turn into wolves and serve King William. They live by the laws of the Norse gods and Elspeth by the new God. She a sister of a slain chieftain and he considered by many a heathen. When circumstances demand they are forced to wed do save her young nephew from murderous men. While he is immediately drawn to her as is his wolf, and she the strong handsome man, neither believes their marriage will be one of love. There are wonderful characters (fodder for more in the series I hope), action, plenty of steam, and a romance that touches the heart. One of those wonderful stories you can't put down and the one disappointing words are THE END.

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  • 5+ Stars

    It was amazing what Mary Morgan did for time travel in the Dragon Knights. Now she is it doing with shifters. Magnar is the first of her new series The Wolves of Clan Sutherland. One totally captivating read that left me wanting more of this group of elite protectors. "Fortune, destiny, chance, providence, luck--threads of fate woven on the loom of life," from Dragon Knight's Shield is the perfect way to explain this story too. In fact, misfortune is turned around in Magnar, though it would not seem possible when the tragedy of the opening scenes take place. The romance is as touching as it is intense. Many would have had to work at arranged marriages but Magnar’s and Elspeth Gunn’s was truly inspiration. There is a lot we can earn about respect, honor and loyalty from these two. Having visited the Orkney Islands and Northern Scotland several years ago, I remembered Magnar fits so well with some of the views of the people we met even in the 21st century. It was like I did the time traveling this time to where it was just beginning with the mixed views on the Scottish rule. The world build is simply marvelous. Then to experience the coming together of the old and what was thought of as the new religion added to it. I have always thought that Ms. Morgan did detailed research before but this time she outdid herself. The intrigue does not end completely with this story though the romance does. I had questions just as the characters did. My fear like theirs is that more will come from that direction in the future. Also several characters were introduced in this first book. It makes it difficult to choose who I hope to receive the next HEA. One who has had a difficult life or one couple that stood out as needing to solve some serious opposition with each other. Either way I can hardly wait for the next book. The publisher/author gave me a complimentary ARC of the book which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Magnar

    The cover page opens and the reader is immediately drawn back in time to the world of Magnar, head of a wolf clan and Elspeth to enjoy their adventures. This is a new series from this author who has never disappointed me in delivering a good tale. Looking forward to reading more.

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  • Definitely recommend

    I had never read a book by this author, now I have to go and get the rest of her books. It was very well written and the characters are so intriguing and I can’t wait to see what happens next I hope everything works out for the seer. This book has strong Women than can stand up for themselves but also realize having a strong man makes them even moor powerful.

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  • Historical Paranormal Romance

    Magnar by Mary Morgan The Wolves of Clan Sutherland #1 Elspeth is hiding with her seven-year-old nephew, Erik, during a battle within their clan’s fortress waiting to escape and flee to safety when the book begins. Their chieftain and many others have been killed and they must depart in hopes of reaching and then requesting assistance from the king. They will be found and aided on their way, be faced with decisions impacting the future and be challenged in more ways than one before the story is brought to its conclusion. What I liked: * Elspeth: determined sister to the chieftain who wanted to keep her nephew safe, retake their home and remain free to marry for love. Her time in a convent converted her to the “new” religion although * Magnar: strong leader of the Wolves tasked with protecting the king and others. He is a bit mystical, formed through ancient magic, half man ~ half wolf, and rather intriguing. He has a king to protect, a twin to find, invaders to thwart, men to lead and a wife to woo. * Erik: an intelligent child with potential to become a great leader. * Magnar’s Wolves: follow Magnar and have all the attributes and characteristics that Magnar has. They are interesting and add to the story. I believe Rorik may have his story told next. * Thorfinn: Magnar’s twin brother sent away at birth to live with his mother’s people. He intrigues me and hope we get to see more of him in future books of the series * That the evil dudes were thwarted…at least for awhile What I did not like: * The people I was meant not to like: Ketil and Halvaard * That Thorfinn was sent away…his parents should have been able to come up with a better way to handle the situation. * Magnar’s ability to hold a grudge and his short fuse – though he did manage to rein it in most of the time. Hated that the temper kept him from making peace with someone he loved. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? I think so Thank you to NetGalley and The Wild Rose Press LLC for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars

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