Review Quotes for One Snowy Knight
"This is a terrific addition to the "Dragons of Challon" series and I am happy to recommend it to fans of historical romances!" — Detra Fitch, The Huntress Reviews
"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." — Kathe Robin, Romantic Times Reviews
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
"The relationship between Skena and Noel is fun, passionate and endearing and I really loved the playfulness between them. Deborah Macgillivray always adds a dramatic flair to her storylines that captures the imagination and keeps you smiling through each page of her books." —Chrissy Doinne, Romance Junkies
"A wonderfully magical tale about love, forgiveness and triumph. With well-written characters that pull you right into their story, One Snowy Knight is sure to please all of us dreaming for that knight in shining armor to come rescue us. This story really lets you believe again in magic, wishes, and dreams coming true." — Coffee Time Romance Reviews
Review Quotes for A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing
*****"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. I can hardly wait for the 2010 release of "To Bell a Vampire”, Brishen's tale. Author Deborah MacGillivray gets better and better with each story she puts out." — Detra Fitch, The Huntress Reviews
***** "A WOLF IN WOLF'S CLOTHING is a wonderful addition to a series which had has already captured my heart and earned a place on the keeper shelf." — Chrissy Doinne, Romance Junkies
***** "Deborah MacGillivray’s third book in the Sisters of Colford Hall series, A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing, is nothing short of spectacular!" — Crystal Adkins, Crystal’s Book Reviews
***** "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." — Annie Marshall, Annie's Celtic Reviews
***** "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!"— Mandy, Fresh Fiction
***** "Creative Deborah MacGillivray always tells a great story and this book is no exception as she skillfully weaves her plot to include aspects and characters from the first books in the Sisters of Colford Hall series. Darkly dangerous Trevelyan is a true alpha hero and he meets his match in the seductively bewitching Raven. The subtle paranormal elements are real enough to send shivers down the spine and spur anticipation of what will happen next." —Donna, Single Titles.com
***** "Terrific finish to an engaging trilogy kudos to Deborah MacGillivray who stayed consistent throughout the saga yet also entertaining." — Harriet Klausner
“This was such a fun book to read. The characters were very well done. The situations that they found themselves in were believable. The feelings expressed were perfect.” — Night Owl Romance Reviews
Review Quotes for A Restless Knight
New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands
"Deborah magically takes you to stand amidst the heather & mist of another time. This is breathtaking beautiful, award-caliber writing."
Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews
"MacGillivray writes with a style and grace befitting noble Knights and Clans of Yore…I all but inhaled this novel…Highly recommended!"
The Best Reviews
"A richly crafted tapestry of history and romance...captivates with finally drawn characters…you'll be moved to laughter and tears."
Marilyn Rondeau, Romance Designs
"An accomplished wordsmith MacGillivray’s inspired prose will move you from laughter to tears…unforgettable characters to remain forever in your hearts."
author of Long Distance Love
"MacGillivray’s wonderful grasp of medieval Scotland, transports the reader into the era…I enjoyed the subtle switch between humour and drama."
Dawn Thompson, author of The Ravencliff Bride, The Waterlord
"This IS historical romance. If any among us need a poster child for the genre. A RESTLESS KNIGHT is IT!"
Naomi - Fallen Angel Reviews
"A Restless Knight, is by far one of the best romantic novels that this reader has ever come across...I congratulate Deborah MacGillivray for a debut romance that outshines the best."
Deborah Kimpton - Romance Junkies
"With lyrical prose and fascinating characterisation, Ms. Macgillivray transports the willing reader to a time and place that is filled with magical superstitions, pagan rituals and a deep love of a land long coveted by the English."
Kelly Hartsell -CK2S Kwips and Kritiques
"If readers are looking for a beautifully written story full of passion and love, set against the brilliant backdrop of the medieval Scottish highlands, then A Restless Knight by Deborah MacGillivray is bound to be a winner."
Charissa - Coffee Time Romance
"With a deft touch that seems blessed by the ancient bards themselves, the author pens a brilliant, breathtaking novel that sweeps you off into the untamed and magical world of the Scots, and more over a man and a woman who refused to bow to suppression."
Review Quotes for The Invasion of Falgannon Isle
Although the book is set in the present, Falgannon Isle, in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, seems timeless. B. A. Montgomerie is the Lady of the Isle, making sure that everyone is employed. Her current plan is to use her Web site to import prospective wives for the men on the island, since, thanks to an ancient curse, the population remains primarily male. The men are all for it, and when Desmond Mershan shows up, he seems the answer to their troubles. Although Desmond is there to talk about building a resort, he has a hidden agenda, which involves ruining the Montgomeries, as B. A.'s grandfather ruined his family. But all the islanders perceive is that Desmond is Irish, with black hair and green eyes, just like the man fabled to come and end the island's curse by marrying the Lady of the Isle. What makes MacGillivray's romance so special are the eccentric characters, right down to the cat, and Desmond and B.A.'s growing relationship. ~Maria Hatton
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Lynsay Sands - New York Times Bestselling Author
"A charming, quirky cast and a great read!"
Tori Carrington - Nationally Bestselling Author
"Mesmerizing and magical. You won’t want to leave..."
This is an entertaining, humorous and heartwarming tale of love, friendship and a bit of magic. The hero's struggle to make peace with his past and the heroine's determination to help him are nicely depicted. The secondary characters are great fun, especially The Cat Dudley, and the peek into the lives of the main character's siblings whets the appetite for their stories. ----Susan Mobley