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Riding the Thunder (The Sisters of Colford Hall Book 2) by [MacGillivray, Deborah]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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Ms. MacGillivray's storylines allow you to dream of a world where love conquers all.
Beautifully done!
-- Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies

About the Author

Deborah MacGillivray lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1858 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (2 Oct. 2007)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001AQ7QAK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #245,151 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This I found to be a good read, not engrossing but a good read. I would recommend it as a holiday book or bedtime read. Not a book where I get annoyed at if I have to go and do the dinner if I have to put a book down, so you can go back to this book if you put it down.
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Second in the Sisters of Colford Hall series, this book is as good as the first, The Invasion of Falgannon Isle. Jago Mersham arrives in Kentucky at The Windmill, his purpose to destroy Asha Montgomerie's world in order to avenge his father's death. Instead, he is knocked for a loop when he sees Asha, which is good because she is just as unsettled when they make eye contact. She fights the attraction; he embraces it until he welcomes his love for her. Unfortunately, he is still bound to destroy her world. Asha finally succumbs to her love for Jago, opening her entire being to this man, never doubting it is the right thing to do. To add to the tension, there is a psycho in town and you don't know when he is going to make his move.
The story is involved, the emotional stakes high. You believe these people could be destroyed beyond repair by the betrayal/abandonment of the other. How the author handles this made reading the book such a pleasure. Then there are the two ghosts who play a part in the story, Clint the cat, the Wurlitzer that selects the music it wants played, usually hits from the sixties, as well as other odd souls who find a home at Asha's diner, The Windmill. The songs mentioned in the book are ones I recognized, most of them from the sixties, and I could hear them in my mind, see couples dancing to the music. The song that best fit the story wasn't what you'd think, something from the past, but Mike Duncan's, Lost for Words; as if written for this story. I guess what makes this a winner is that the characters are likeable, story plausible and interesting, dialog witty, and the love and romance heartwarming. A keeper and one I highly recommend.
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Jago Mershan is a man on a mission. His target - one Asha Montgomerie, the granddaughter of his family's sworn enemy. Jago, along with his siblings are each doing their part in avenging their father's death. There's only one little problem with this plan, from the moment he meets Asha, he can't help but think about a sleek classic Harley and wonder if she makes love Harley-style and how much he'd love to take a ride.

Asha doesn't know anything about the Mershan's vendetta against her family. She does know that she loves her little community and he's a representative from Trident Ventures, a big dollar corporation who has been making offers for both the horse farm and The Windmill, Asha's diner. Asha has a special fondness for the slow paced small community and has no intention of selling out. Though she does have to admit to an attraction to Jago that has her longing to take him for a spin.

It's obvious that Asha isn't happy with Jago's presence in her life. For one thing he's befriending everyone he meets and the crazy jukebox in her diner insists on playing songs that seem to have a special meaning and apply to whatever circumstances are going on at any given time. He insists that he doesn't intend to settle down in any one place but then he contradicts himself by acquiring classic vehicles and caring for the cat who adopted him. The town itself is like a time capsule. Everything seems to have slowed or come to a complete stop and the citizens of The Windmill like it that way.

Asha and Jago get to know each other and discover a mutual passion which is only overshadowed by Jago's knowledge of his reason for being in her life in the first place and Asha's bizarre blackouts.
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Loved this one too, so glad I got the two together so I didn't have to stop reading. Lovely storyline, loved all the bits that joined the two books together and Tommy and Laura - ahhhh joyful.
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Absolutely enthralling storyline. Enjoyed this as much as the first book, and glad to say the spelling and grammar were better than the ebook of Falgannon.
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enjoyable light reading predictable story but that does not mean it was dull good follow up to the invasion of falgannon isle
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Interesting slant on a romance. Enjoyed it. Read it in a day, found it hard to put it down until I got to the end.
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I have now read both of these books & can't wait for the third, good storyline & very funny in parts.
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