03 August 2009

5 star review for A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing

5.0 out of 5 stars terrific finish to an engaging trilogy, August 2, 2009
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


Highland Hussy said...

yay! more great reviews! I like how she complimented you on staying consistent but not boring or predictable... I agree! :)

Deborah Macgillivray said...

thanks, Laurie!

It is HARD to write a series. You really don't see the pitfalls into you are already into it. You have to assume that not everyone has read the previous novels, so they have to understand what is going on. At the same time, you don't want a lot of repeating because this bores the readers that have read the others.

In Thunder I didn't mind repeating the phone calls between Des and Jago (from Jago's POV), but I didn't want to do that with Trev, so I just solved it by having Trev reflect upon the calls happening before. It's also hard to make sure all the point are hit. I was dealing with three countries, two time zones. You have to make sure all the Mershans line up!! hehehe

Darla said...

Its on my wish list for Kindle! Can't wait.

Deborah Macgillivray said...

Darla, Dorchester does the books in Kindle. Just not show how long after release. I think all my other titles are on Kindle, so hopefully no too long until they do.