Add more categories. Review This Product. The first book was B. Montgomerie and Des Mershan.
Des is the oldest brother who is bent on destroying the Montgomeries because he holds them responsible for his father's suicide. In a three pronged plan, Des went to Falgannon Isle, while his younger brothers Tevelyn and Jago went after other Montgomerie properties. Trev headed to England to go after Colford Hall, the families ancestral home, while Jago arrives in Kentucky to claim the horse farm once fraudulently used in the bad money deal that caused their father to take his life. Jago is not has hard as Des. He's a few years younger. All the horrors Des lived through was softened in the Jago.
Des was there working hard to see his brothers came through life with everything he didn't have. Jago recognizes just how much he owes Des.
However, one look at Asha Montgomerie, B. His desires for Asha complicate his plans. Will he find a way to honor his plans and h www. Will he find a way to honor his plans and hold on to the one woman who could fill his heart and complete him? Magic and betrayal are in the air of this small Kentucky town. Will Jago and Asha survive the coming storm to find their happy ever after? Deborah MacGillivray weaves a heart-wrenching story of love and passion with paranormal twists that are sure to captivate the reader.
The story is enhanced with the paranormal events and the interesting secondary characters. This is a great romantic story and a delight to read. Jago Mershan comes to town to do mischief to Asha Montgomerie's business as part of a family plot to destroy the Montgomeries as their father was destroyed by Ahsa's grandfather.
One look at Asha, however, and he has a change of heart. Asha Montgomerie is a young woman who takes care of her own--namely the people who live and work in her tiny community. The instant attraction between the pair gives rise to much speculation by the locals, a comical crew of folks--signature characters that enhance Ms. MacGillivray's work--whose antics keep the reader entertained.
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Not to mention the juke box that plays oldies from over and over again. It seems The Windmill has a pair of ghostly lovers who 'hang out' in their favorite booth on occasion. And there is, of course, a nameless cat--a stray who adopted Jago, though the man refutes ownership until the cat gets under his skin. A story by Ms. MacGillivray without a cat is not complete. Ms MacGillivray has once again proven her prolific and undeniable talent as a story teller.
This is the 2nd installment of the Sisters of Colford Hall Series! Can't wait for the next book! Jun 02, Diane rated it it was amazing. May 06, Irrish rated it really liked it Shelves: sauce-awesome-exclamation-point.
I like this better than the first book in the series. Its a good read like the first but the heroine was a bit more spunkier than her older sister--therefore more likable.
She was still wayyyy too trusting especially considering how she's portrayed in the book. I don't get why Macgillivray would make sure to somehow insert that these women are warriors but turn out to be sooooo naive about certain things. Especially when certain aspects of Jago's business activities were practically staring at h I like this better than the first book in the series. Especially when certain aspects of Jago's business activities were practically staring at her. Plus if a man up and leave me for a month with only 2 vague phone calls I'd be a lot more peeved than how she reacted.
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Another thing that gets to me is that, do these women know birth control? Sheesh the first sister was the same. It was like her brains flew out the window when her panties came off. I mean come on, yes.. Both sisters didnt even know the brother's pasts. It was just so out there that she'd just forget something that important.
Anyways, I'm still going to read the next book--these annoyances are just minor things.
I just hope Macgillivray deviates from how she portrayed the first 2 sisters. It'll be maddening to find annoying similarities. Jul 14, Laura the Highland Hussy rated it really liked it. I think deborah macGillivray is an amazing writer. She always writes an intriguing story that I can't put down. This one was good, but I think I like her historicals way better.
Oh, but the intertwined story of the ghosts who wanted justice and the love story between Jago and Asha Jago is in with his bros to bring down Asha's family I enjoyed the story, and the way Asha handled being engaged to the guy who was trying to take over Montgomerie industries thus bringing about the finacial ruin of the girls.
Ha ha, boys, you all fell in love with the objects of your evil plot! May 09, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed-for-night-owl-romance. Deborah MacGillivray weaves a heart wrenching story of love and passion with paranormal twists that are sure to captivate the reader. This is a great romantic story and a delight to Deborah MacGillivray weaves a heart wrenching story of love and passion with paranormal twists that are sure to captivate the reader. Mar 04, Jessi rated it liked it Shelves: appealing-characteristic-story , contemporary , paranormal , romance , As I noted in other reviews, I think I read these books too close together.
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It was was just too much sweetness. They probably would have been better had I spaced them more. Jago Mershan is working with his two brothers to seduce three of the Montgomerie sisters and use them to wreak revenge on their family. Their grandfather ruined their father so, of course, it makes perfect sense to use them to bring down his kingdom. So this is dramatic enough, but there are ghosts too?
I wish I could have given this 2. Maybe someday. Dec 04, Deb rated it liked it Shelves: chic-lit. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Love Spell, Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory P More information about this seller Contact this seller. Book Description Love Spell. Seller Inventory NEW Mass Market Paperback. Ships with Tracking Number!