Magnus Ericsson is one depressed Viking. He's raising ten children by himself, and his surprise eleventh child has been delivered to him without benefit of the mother. So Magnus does what is, in his opinion, the only sane thing for an overly virile man to do. He takes a vow of celibacy, gathers his children, leaves the Norselands, and heads for Vinland. Rose Abruzzi wants lots of great-grandchildren, enough to fill her vineyard estate. Granddaughter Angela, a Hollywood real estate agent, isn't interested in obliging her, but Grandma won't take no for an answer and says a novena every night to make her dream come true. As Magnus sails to Vinland, he has a vision of an old lady praying over her beads, and the next thing he knows, he and his brood are in twentieth-century California, and culture shock has never been funnier. This is the third in a trilogy about the time-traveling Ericsson brothers
Time Travel Viking story. Part of a series. Pretty funny.
Another great book in the Viking series......
Delightful read. Could not put it down. Don't miss reading this series.
Funny and entertaining, couldn't put it down. The Viking series is really good. I had to read them all.