Riding the Thunder

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Riding the Thunder

book 2

Deborah MacGillivray has beautifully penned a hauntingly romantic story of timeless love and breathtaking passion with Riding the Thunder. This is the second novel in her Sisters of Colford Hall series and Jago Mershan and Asha Montgomerie's story of love, betrayal and redemption. Jago is one of the brothers out to avenge his father's death with the downfall of the Montgomerie family. His desires for Asha complicate his plans. Will he find a way to honor his plans and hold on to the one woman who could fill his heart and complete him? Asha cannot resist the temptation of desire that pulls her into Jago's arms or the fear of risking her heart to a man who has intentions of buying out some of her family's holdings. 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. This is an emotionally touching story with characters you'll fall in love with. The story is enhanced with the paranormal events and the interesting secondary characters. Riding the Thunder will make you laugh, make you cry, and then leave you feeling nostalgic with an endless love that will touch the reader's heart. This is a great romantic story and a delight to read. I look forward to reading Deborah's next novel in this series with Jago's twin brother Trevelyn and Asha's twin sister Raven.

Book Blurb for Riding the Thunder

While his brother was in Scotland dethroning the Lady of Falgannon, Jago Mershan heads to Kentucky to do his share in avenging his father on the Montgomerie family. Unfortunately, just looking at his alleged enemy's granddaughter makes Jago think of his classic black '67 Harley Electric Glide chopper, a motorcycle with sleek curves that promised the ride of a man's life. Asha is all woman-and the only woman for him. Not even her claim of paranormal happenings in the diner she runs throws him off. He knows magic: he has a special name for the sights, the sounds, the tastes and smells of that perfect ride. There might be a storm coming, but it's one passion, and together he and Asha would be.Riding the Thunder.

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2007 4.00