Dragons of Challon series

Dragons of Challon series
Dragons of Challon

13 July 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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Fresh Fiction Review

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

Summary

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 Murciélago 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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