Friday, July 31, 2009

Romantic Times Spotlgiht

The Romatic Times Magazine website has a spotlight profile for me for the release of the September issue.
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Monday, July 27, 2009

5 star review for A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing - Single


by Deborah MacGillivray

By Donna

July 27, 2009Award winning author Deborah MacGillivray has once again gifted her readers with a mystical magical romance that transcends time and the heart. The third Mershan brother, Trevelyn, is determined to do his part in the revenge plot of taking down the Montgomerie clan by romancing one of the daughters, Raven, and getting close to her brother and father while he buys out the controlling interest in their family company. Trev was not prepared to fall totally under the enchanting Raven’s spell, however.

Raven has always been the naive one in the family but after being burnt by her ex-husband she is leery when the sinfully handsome Trevelyn shows an interest in her. She is no match for his charms though, and ends up in his arms and in bed with him despite the mechanical gypsy’s warning about a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Trev and Raven both seem to recognize a familiarity with each other and Trev’s waking dreams are cautioning him that this time around he should be more careful with Raven’s heart.

Creative Deborah MacGillivray always tells a great story and this book is no exception as she skillfully weaves her plot to include aspects and characters from the first books in the Sisters of Colford Hall series. Darkly dangerous Trevelyan is a true alpha hero and he meets his match in the seductively bewitching Raven. The subtle paranormal elements are real enough to send shivers down the spine and spur anticipation of what will happen next. Allusions to fairy tales, gypsies and unusual pets including a one legged pelican, a miniature horse and Ms. MacGillivray’s trademark cats add a bit of light hearted wit. A WOLF IN WOLF’S CLOTHING is an entertaining stand alone book but why deprive yourself the treat of the first two books in the Sisters of Colford Hall series, THE INVASION OF FALGANNON ISLE and RIDING THE THUNDER? Also, a fortune telling gypsy has foretold of a fourth book in this beguiling series in the near future.

Posted in August 2009, Dorchester, Pocket Books, Reviews.

The third book in the Sisters of Colford Hall series…

Genre: contemporary
ISBN: 978-0505527813
Page Count: 304
Reviewer: Donna

Price: $6.99
Sensuality Rating: Sensuous
Star Rating: 5 Stars

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Monday, July 20, 2009

5 star review for A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing

An Extraordinary Read! *****

Trevelyan (Sinclair) Mershan is a man on a mission. His mission…revenge. Along with his brothers, Trevelyan is dead set on bringing down the Montgomerie family by seducing then destroying the “meddling Montgomerie” sisters. He has his sights zeroed in on Raven Montgomerie, the beautiful, quiet, and most vulnerable of the sisters.

Raven Montgomerie prefers the quiet life of painting and socializing with gypsies in the English countryside. While she could live in luxury, she chose to live in the estate cottage rather than in the main house of Colford Hall. However she doesn’t live alone. She shares the beautiful country cottage with an odd menagerie of pets; two cats named Chester and Pyewacket, a one-legged seagull named Atticus, and a lively miniature pony named Marvin. (I love these names!)

What Raven needs is a knight in shining armor. Little does this timid woman know, her knight will be riding into her life in a shining Lamborghini MurciƩlago. Then when Raven and Trevelyan first meet, sparks ignite a fire and the instant he touches her, their fates are sealed.

In this third installment of the Sisters of Colford Hall series, I found myself completely absorbed in the story of Raven and Trevelyan! I have read the other two in the series and even though I completely enjoyed them, I have to say A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing is by far my favorite! A magical love story that even includes a ghost named Annie. (Great name!)

Ms. MacGillivray has a talent for creating stories that clutch the hearts of her readers and in A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing, you won’t be disappointed. She has woven a tale of passion, love, and desire that grips you from the first page to the very end.

- Annie Marshall, Author of Her Noble Destiny
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Monday, July 13, 2009

Fresh Fiction Review for A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing

"A witty, sensual story alive with hilarious moments."

Reviewed by Mandy Burns
Posted July 13, 2009

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The Mershan brothers plot to take over the Montgomerie clan by seducing the sisters, while quietly buying up all the stock in the family's company, is finally in the final stretch. Trevelyn's focus on destroying the relatives of the man who ruined his life as a child is all he has concentrated on for as long as he can remember. For his part, Trevelyn has chosen Raven, the eccentric artist sister. However, to his dismay, he is more interested than he wants to be in her, and the fates seem to have a hand in pushing them together. He is unable to resist the powers- that-be to become her knight-in-shining-armor.

Raven Montgomerie is unlike the rest of her family with their designer clothes and fancy cars and reside in the large manor on their estate. She lives in the cottage by herself with her unusual collection of pets and her artwork, perfectly happy driving an old MG that runs only sometimes. For the past weeks, she has put all of her time and energy in a charity auction her family is putting on for a local orphanage. Now that the big night is here, she receives a unique fortune teller machine for a birthday gift, but the fortune it tells is confusing -- until a mysterious man becomes her saving grace.

The third book in this fabulous series is witty and sensual with laugh-out-loud moments that make it thoroughly enjoyable. Definitely a must-read!

A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing by Deborah MacGillivray


Revenge — that was Trev’s goal when he first set his sights on Raven. And a delicious revenge it would be. He and his two brothers had each selected a Montgomerie sister to systematically seduce and destroy, and this quiet granddaughter of his enemy was perfect. She lived simply in a cottage in the English countryside, a painter, and socialized only with gypsies and a menagerie of misfits: her fat orange tabby, her one-legged seagull and midget pony. And in addition to beauty, Raven had a delicious vulnerability begging to be exploited. Trev was happy to oblige. In fact, it felt like destiny.

Magic and fate have brought a self-proclaimed wolf to Colford Hall. He’s dressed in a designer suit, drives a Lamborghini MurciĆ©lago and apologizes for nothing. And though Trev doesn’t realize it, wolves mate for life.

A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing by Deborah MacGillivray

Reviewed by Mandy Burns
Posted July 13, 2009

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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Coffeetime Romance Review - One Snowy Knight

ISBN# 978-1420104509
September 2009
Kensington Books
www.kensingtonbooks .com
Paperback $5.99
345 pages
Scottish Medieval Historical
Rating: 4 Cups

Lady Skena MacIain could not believe the foolishness of her twins wandering out into the night during a snow storm. But when she finally comes across her children, she finds more than just them on this snowy night.

Noel de Servian in his foolishness to be at his new home travels far ahead of his companions in hopes of reaching Craigendan. Awarded to him by the king as a punishment, but to Noel it is the sweetest gift he has ever been given.

Even upon their first meeting, passion flares to life between Noel and Skena. But there are secrets between these two that could pull them apart. To add to this, there are forces wishing to see Skena and Noel dead, so that Craigendan falls to another. Can these two overcome all and find a peace to last them a life time, or will everything they both dream about come tumbling down around them?

A wonderfully magical tale about love, forgiveness and triumph. With well-written characters that pull you right into their story, One Snowy Knight is sure to please all of us dreaming for that knight in shining armor to come rescue us. This story really lets you believe again in magic, wishes, and dreams coming true.

Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Romantic Times Magazine review

by Deborah MacGillivray

RT Rating: ****
Publisher: LOVE SPELL
Published: August 2009
Type: Paranormal

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This third and final Mershan brothers story runs simultaneously with the previous two. Though the hero starts out arrogant and conceited, he quickly realizes he underestimated the heroine and the magic of love that surrounds her.

Summary: For the first time in his life, Trevelyn Sinclair Mershan is going after a woman. Raven Montgomerie haunted his waking hours and invaded his dreams. Yet, when he meets her, he's unsettled by the feelings he has for her, especially since his goal is to get revenge on her family for the suicide of his father.

With the help of Auld Souls and an amazingly lifelike mechanical gypsy fortuneteller, Trev's desire for revenge turns into desire for Raven. Yet how can he turn his back on the vengeance his oldest brother has spent a lifetime planning? (LOVE SPELL, Aug., 304 pp., $6.99) HOT

—Susan Mobley