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Not even the ancient stone walls of her family’s English estate can protect the third Montgomerie sister from her magical destiny—or from the wolfish charms of Trevelyn Mershan, who has come to share it.

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Overview

Not even the ancient stone walls of her family’s English estate can protect the third Montgomerie sister from her magical destiny—or from the wolfish charms of Trevelyn Mershan, who has come to share it.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780505527813
  • Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/7/2009
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 303
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

DeborahAnne MacGillivray is published by Dorchester, Kensington, and Highland Press. Her debut novel, A Restless Knight (Kensington, July 2005) was the first of the Dragons of Challon series, currently in its third printing. Its sequel, In Her Bed, is already in a second print run. Both were Reviewer's Choice Award Winners. The Invasion of Falgannon Isle was her first book with Dorchester. She has numerous short stories and novellas with Highland Press. She earned a Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence in 2008, The Beacon Award of Excellence 2008, 2 Reviewer's Choice Awards 2006 and 2007, a P.E.A.R.L. Award 2007, 2 RIO Award of Excellence, a Lorie Award, The Laurie Award, NOR Award of Excellence and 2 LASR Awards. Deborah is also a reviewer for Paranormal Romance Reviews, The Best Reviews, Sensual Romance Reviews and Rambles.com. She served as RIO Reviewers International Organization’s Award of Excellence Chair and assistant editor from 2003-2005, was Vice President of Hearts through History from 2004-2005, an online RWA Chapter, and was Web Chair and editor at The Bard Scroll. Deborah is a member of RWA and History Fiction Writers of Britain. She is currently residing in Kentucky but spends much of her time in England.

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  • Posted June 17, 2009

    Sisters of Colford Hall, #3

    Set in England, close to London. Trevelyn "Trev" Sinclair Mershan and his brothers are on a mission of vengeance. The Mershan brothers never stopped blaming Sean Montgomerie for their father's suicide. It has taken decades of work and maneuvering, but the Mershans are finally set to extract some justice. Since Sean is deceased, the brothers are going after his grandchildren and the family business, Montgomerie Enterprises (M.E.). Quietly they have been buying up the company's stocks and soon the hostile takeover will begin. So that no one will connect him to the Mershan family name, Trev will be known as Trevelyn Sinclair. His duty is to get close to Raven Montgomerie, the timid sister, in order to keep an eye on her CEO brother, Cian..................Trev manages to get an invitation to the annual charity gala M.E. is hosting. Since Raven is the artistic sibling, she has set everything up. She even brings one of her most cherished possessions as a prop, a fortuneteller's booth. The gala is going well until Raven spies her abusive ex-husband, Alec. Just before Alec could manage to publicly humiliate Raven, Trev steps in to rescue her and begins to work his charms on the shy lady. But Trev has underestimated the effect Raven would have on him..........Though most of the family in the area resides at Colford Hall, the family's massive manor, Raven prefers to live in a thatched cottage on the far side of the vast estate. Here, Raven can paint in solitude and hide away from the world while doting on her menagerie of pets. The two fat cats, midget pony, and one-legged sea gull are the only companions she desires. But after Trev manages to storm into her heart and her bed, Raven finds herself coming out of her shell...........***** FIVE STARS! This is the third installment of the "Sisters of Colford Hall" saga. All three of the stories run in the same time frame. It does not matter in what order you read them, but if you wish to read them in order of publication: One is "The Invasion of Falgannon Isle" and is the story of Desmond and BarbaraAnne. Two is "Riding the Thunder" and is the story of Jago and Asha.....One thing I enjoy about this series thus far is the setting changes. The first book is on an isolated isle, the second is in Kentucky, USA, and this one is in a small fictional town near London, England. The author inserts humor into them as well. In this one, Trev is allergic to the two cats, the black mini pony keeps breaking into the cottage and loves to be chased by humans, and the one-legged sea gull thinks it is a cat but enjoys pecking on Trev's bare toes. I fell totally in love with these animals........For those who enjoy some suspense, the ex-husband causes lots of danger and trouble due to his hatred of Raven and of Trev for defending her from his bullying. There is also some eerie magic. The booth's fortune teller looks very life-like. No one can figure out how the booth makes its special affects and the fortunes she pops out are always spot-on. She gives ominous warnings that are totally correct every single time. When I saw the gypsy doll for the last time, I actually felt a chill go down my spine. I have yet to succeed in getting THAT scene out of my head......Needless-to-say, I believe this title is the author's absolute best story to date. It flows smoothly, all the characters are will developed and have their own personalities and problems, and the writing style is superb.

    11 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 9, 2009

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    Another hit for the Sisters of Colford Hall!

    A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing promises to be fun, poignant, and romantic. Once again, Deborah Macgillivray delivers an entertaining book that you won't want to put down. I'm addicted to this series, and hope the next book will be out soon!

    10 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 21, 2009

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    An Excellent 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 Murciélago. 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.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 8, 2009

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    MacGillivray Delivers

    Deborah MacGillivray is a prolific writer, and this third book in her Sisters of Colford Hall Series is a delight. Once again she delivers characters that are so real they leap off the page, drama and light comedy diversified to an absolute delight! You will find you are crying one minute, laughing the next.
    And of course, the obligatory and adorable animal menagerie. This book features a one-legged seagull among other things.
    The story begins with an determined Trevelyn Merchan [disguised as Trevelyn Sinclair] out to ruin Raven Montgomerie, a bright and beautiful and reclusive artist. Trev is finding it difficult to suppress his instinct to fall in love with the beauty, while Raven is fighting hard to keep her own attraction at bay.
    There is much to this story, twists and turns and love and laughter, delivered with the panache one would expect from an accomplished author such as MacGillivray.

    Highly recommended!

    Diane Davis White,
    Author, Moon of the Falling Leaves

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 22, 2009

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    an enjoyable tale

    Trevelyn Sinclair Mershan understands what it feels like to be schizoid. His goal set by his older brother years ago has been to destroy the Montgomerie family whom he holds culpable for the suicide of his father. However, he has a slight problem as his heart tells him to modify his goal and go after Raven Montgomerie. --------------

    She haunts him 24/7. He plans to stay the course by ruining Raven. However, obstinate as he is, the Auld Souls intercede as do an odd mechanical gypsy fortuneteller. Trev feels like a traitor as he is deeply in love with the enemy while invading her home Colford Hall. -----------

    The third Mershan brother contemporary romance (see INVASION OF FALGANNON ISLE and RIDING THE THUNDER) is an enjoyable tale that runs time-wise parallel to the stories of Trev's siblings; thus he feels remorse and guilt at the same time love because ironically unlike the readers he is unaware that his older brother, who has planned their revenge for years, has the same predicament. A WOLF IN WOLF'S CLOTHING is a terrific finish to an engaging trilogy; kudos to Deborah MacGillivray who stayed consistent throughout the saga yet also entertaining.------------

    Harriet Klausner

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 10, 2009

    Auld Magic in a New World

    Virginal at marriage, burned by a cheating husband, Raven Montgomerie has created a cocoon of protection for herself in her small, thatched cottage, content with her eccentric animals.
    That is, until Trevelyn Mershan steps into her world.
    An international playboy, used to getting what he wants, icluding women, Trev is set on avenging his father's suicide and Raven is his target.
    But is he the Big, Bad, Wolf he claims to be? And will Raven become his victim?
    If you liked the nostalgia for the Golden Oldies songs of Deborah MacGillivray's second book, "Riding the Thunder" or if you believe that knights-in-shining-armor still exist and that faerie tales come true, you will enjoy the twists in "A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing" that braings the auld magic into a new world.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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