Dragons of Challon series

Dragons of Challon series
Dragons of Challon

28 September 2009

One Snowy Knight is in KINDLE



I received a note for a special friend LeDenna who is serving overseas, telling me One Snowy Knight was going into KINDLE for October 1 delivery.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 356 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra (October 1, 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002QHATY2

26 September 2009

A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing now in KINDLE




A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing was release in KINDLE format today. So all my books, except One Snowy Knight are in this downloadable form.


  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Publisher: Love Spell (July 28, 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002Q1YEC6

20 September 2009

5 Thistles for One Snowy Knight



One Snowy Knight
Deborah MacGillivray
Kensington Publishing
Release Date: October 1, 2009
ISBN: 1420104500
ISBN-13: 9781420104509
320 Pages
To say that Lady Skena MacIain has had a difficult year would be a mild understatement. The battle at Dunbar has left her a widow with two young children and a keep to care for. The battle has also left her beloved Scottish fortress without protectors and she fears for the future of her people and her children.

As the Christmas season approaches, Skena’s children, Andrew and Annis find a mysterious warrior in the midst of a blinding snowstorm. Even though the man is sick with fever, the children are convinced that the Lady of Winter, Cailleach has sent them a miracle in bringing Noel de Servian in their lives. As Skena nurses the handsome Norman knight back to health, she begins to believe that her children might just be right and that Noel could bring salvation to her little keep. However, there is a reason Noel is there and that secret could ruin any chance he had to winning the heart of the beautiful woman who nursed him back to health.

From the moment the injured Noel de Servian comes into Skena’s life, he feels the overwhelming need to protect her. Even in the middle of a snowstorm, he finds the will to stand and aid her against a wolf attack.

Skena is taken aback by the overpowering feelings that she has developed for this strange man who lies healing in her bed…feelings that she had never felt for her late husband. The passion she feels for Noel confuses her as she fights the desire to crawl into bed with this perfect man.

Just when I think she’s outdone herself, Deborah MacGillivray surprises me! Again, Ms. MacGillivray has created a hero that completely sweeps you off your feet and makes your heart melt the snow on a cold winter night! Noel de Servian is all that a woman could ask for. Not only does he take care of his lady, but he also has taken her children as his own. This Norman knight absolutely carries the title of the strong and sexy Dragons of Challon very well!

Annie Marshall, Author of Her Noble Destiny
Thistle on the Loch Reviews

12 September 2009

Second Printing for One Snowy Knight




My editor at Kensington books now, Audrey LaFehr, emailed me this afternoon that One Snowy Knight sold out completely even before release. They rushed to a second printing of my third Dragon of Challon book this past weekend. Exciting news before the release this coming week!

All three of my Dragons have gone to second print runs, and A Restless Knight is in its third printing.

So I have a lot of thank my first editor, the smart and savvy Hilary Sares for in giving me this chance.

So happy dancing time!

02 September 2009

Romantic Times Review of One Snowy Knight







ONE SNOWY KNIGHT
by Deborah MacGillivray


What could be better for the holidays than a medieval winter's tale complete with the magic of the season, brave knights and damsels in distress? MacGillivray delivers a warm and tender Dragons of Challon tale that fits the bill for a quick, light, seasonal read.


Summary: Her husband's death in battle leaves Lady Skena MacIain with sole responsibility for her keep. Since her home is a strategic fortress Skena realizes that it and her family must be protected, but she does not want the king to choose a husband for her.


When a snowstorm hits, isolating her home, she discovers a stranger near death on her land. Skena nurses the mysterious warrior and prays he will be her savior.


Not only would he enable her to hold onto her keep, but he also arouses her deepest longing for love. Skena knows nothing of him or the danger he poses to her family, and though his name, Noel, means Christmas, will he bring joy -- or pain
-- into her life? (ZEBRA, Oct., 320 pp., $5.99) HOT

—Kathe Robin, Romantic Times Reviews