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Light My Fire by Katie MacAlister
  • Author: Katie MacAlister
  • Title: Light My Fire
  • Size PDF ver: 1320 kb
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  • ISBN: 0786294280
  • ISBN13: 978-0786294282
  • Pages: 427
  • Other formats: lrf txt lit lrf
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Subcat: United States
  • Language: English
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Votes: 569
  • Publisher: Thorndike Pr (April 18, 2007)
  • Hardcover: Here
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After he breaks her heart, Aisling Grey, a demon lord and Guardian, tries to keep a safe distance from Drake, the wyvern of the green dragons, while dealing with the imps who are out for blood when her doggie demon companion accidentally eats their ruler.


Reviews num: (7)

Malhala
I can’t believe that I’m going to say this….I totally skimmed all the sex scenes of this book. This is a first for me. I usually really enjoy sex scenes in my reading in general but I couldn’t do it.

Let me explain:

Did you know that eyebrows when arched could be delicious? Or that your toenails could smolder. I did not and just felt like it was weird to read that. Also in the middle of trying to get it on the heroine pestered the hero to talk about all of his thoughts and feelings at that moment. LOOK, I pretty sure that is a ‘show me’ moment and not a ‘tell me’ moment, just saying. Also breathing fire anywhere near my girl parts is not okay same goes for boy parts too, I don’t have any but if I did I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t want fire anywhere close to them. Anyway I couldn’t do it and completely skimmed the rest of them.

I’ve figured out now that there will be 10-15 subplots going on at any given time on one of these books. The heroine is going to mess absolutely everything up, get kidnapped one or more times, accidently kill someone and then have to pay some large consequence and end up with more power than she had at the beginning of the book. Check, check, checkity-check, but wait there is more. No really there was so much more.

This book is really chaotic and scattered and I think my mind just doesn’t know how to deal with the A.D.D.edness of the entire thing. But overall I liked Drake better in this book and at least we got the 411 on Rene the mysterious taxi driver that is where ever Aisling is. Plus Jim gets a promotion and is going to take full advantage. The Dragon politics of things is still a bit fuzzy but at least a little light was shed on the Sept happenings.

Still we all chant “Aisling you do not understand” as she stumbles blindly through yet another book to barely make it out alive at the end yet again. But only one more to go in this series and I’m pretty sure anything can happen in the end of that.
GEL
Third in the novels for the Green Dragons and 3rd (out of 10) in the series involving the various dragon septs. I really enjoy these books/series and am glad they are available on Amazon, because I cannot find them at any local bookstores or at the library. I love that these books have fantasy, mystery, romance and suspense all rolled into one!
Perius
Is it just me, or is Drake irritating? Apart from some magical destiny induced lust for each other, what is there to love about Drake? He has lied to Aisling, stolen from her, and is very domineering. (There is a difference in Dominance and Domineering). When she asks his help his usual reply is "What will you give me / do for me, if I help you?" and if there is something bad happening (like imps setting the room on fire during sex) he demands that she solve the problem, instead of offering to help her with the problem. I wish someone would off Drake so she could get with a nicer guy. Gabriel is looking good so far although there is some suspicion that he may have tried to kill her (I havent finished the 3rd book yet...dont know if thats true or not.)
Mitars Riders
I generally love to read these types of books and thoroughly enjoyed the first installment of this series (the second one was just north of okay). I usually go out of my way to find adult series to read (as opposed to young-adult) because I have a very low tolerance for immaturity. So, I find myself really annoyed with a character who is supposed to be in her 30s acting like a 16-year-old girl. I have many grievances when it comes to this aspect of the story but there are way too many to name so I will go with the main one: the fact that Aisling is so ready to go head-on into things she just doesn't understand. I am all for women's empowerment and doing things for oneself (I myself am more likely to try to figure things out on my own before asking for help) but when you are thrust into a world that you had no idea even existed a few months prior, have multiple people trying to kill you, on top of the fact that you seem to make things worse everytime you open your mouth... any idiot can figure out that it's way past time ask for help (and to finally sit at home and wait for your man to take care of things for once, especially since he's been around for much longer). Despite this, I will still be reading the fourth installment and hoping for the best.
Steel balls
I loved this book and really the whole Aisling Grey series. Her relationship with Drake, Jim, and her powers evolve over the books and the ending was satisfying. Very funny and a great cast of supporting characters too.

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