DAY OF THE DRAGON – A Katie MacAlister Review

Who doesn’t love a good dragon tale? MacAlister delivers again with another gut-busting, action packed dragon hunter novel to add to her back-list. Where book 1 gave us a human thrust into the role of a dragon hunter, DOTD focuses on a dragon shifter and his quest to save his lineage. Under the direction of... Continue Reading →

MEMOIRS OF A DRAGON HUNTER – A Katie MacAlister Review

Dragons and demons and spirits, Oh my! I'm so glad Katie Mac when back to her dragon world! Filled with new characters, new tales, and new obstacles to overcome, Memoirs is non stop action from the first page. Estranged from her half-sister, Ronnie is met with a startling realization about the world she lives in.... Continue Reading →

THE PERILS OF PAULIE – A Katie MacAlister Review

*ARC received from NetGalley for an honest review* Ladies and gents...Katie Mac is back! With her latest installment of the Matchmaker in Wonderland series we meet the utterly hilarious Paulie Rostakova whose fated to meet the charmingly Ainslie brother: DIXON! Oh my if the Ainslie brothers aren't the smoothest and sweetest gentlemen of all! Paulie has... Continue Reading →

2016 GoodReads Challenge: Pt. 2

The year is over! And I've reached my third reading goal for 2016! I started out with a goal of 80, then 100, and now 115! Check out all my reads below and be sure to add them to your TBR piles for 2017! Elle Kennedy: The Deal Jaci Burton: Mistletoe Games Kendall Ryan: The... Continue Reading →

2016 GoodReads Reading Challenge: Pt. 1

I've reached my goal!! Scroll down to see all my reads from this far! Maya Banks: Softly at Sunrise, Forged in Steele, After the Storm, When Day Breaks, Darkest Before Dawn Maya Banks: Mastered, Keep Me Safe, In His Keeping Karen Marie Moning: Feverborn Erin McCarthy: Burn Maya Banks: Safe at Last, For Her... Continue Reading →

GHOST OF A CHANCE – A Katie MacAlister Review

It’s Clue! with the Katie Mac twist! **Review given by a Katie Mac Mobile Minion** Old school mystery rules apply to Katie MacAlister’s GHOST OF A CHANCE I’ve been reading all things non-contemporary from Katie MacAlister for as long as I can remember but the Karma Marx series always slipped by my notice as sometimes... Continue Reading →

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