Up in Smoke (Silver Dragons Series #2)

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Where there?s smoke, there?s one hot New York Times bestselling author.

Though May Northcott?s heart belongs to Gabriel, leader of the silver dragons, being stuck in Abaddon has significantly cooled down her love life. Especially since a demon lord is trying to woo her. Looks like May will have to barter to gain her freedom and fulfill her destiny by Gabriel?s side...

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Overview


Where there’s smoke, there’s one hot New York Times bestselling author.

Though May Northcott’s heart belongs to Gabriel, leader of the silver dragons, being stuck in Abaddon has significantly cooled down her love life. Especially since a demon lord is trying to woo her. Looks like May will have to barter to gain her freedom and fulfill her destiny by Gabriel’s side...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451225283
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/7/2008
  • Series: Silver Dragons Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 492,513
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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Katie MacAlister lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and dogs, and can often be found lurking around online game sites.
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  • Posted February 23, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    What a hot, thrilling read!

    Katie MacAlister writes an incredible, thrilling character in Aisling Gray. Funny, adventurous, original...I recommend her Aisling Gray series from book one on. Keep them coming to us Ms. Macalister!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2013

    ABOUT S E X CLAN

    We allow cats a humans or waircats that can tern into bolth. The main leader is violet the creator of the rp. If u have any problems or questions go to her. If u plan on getting pregnite the isnt the clan for you. If u r here to find a mate or a boyfriend then u need to go some where else. Every morning(or if the people/cats arnt active in it any more)the resalts re set to open room or den. Bios go in last resalt. U do not pick who you have s e x with the leader violet tells who ur pared up with for the time being. If u do not like the person ur pared up with she picks a new one for you. Only the leaders can go in res 4. We need one more human male leader. And bolth genders of cats.-*violet*

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2012

    Good story, but only part of the story!

    I love Gabriel & May, they are such lovable characters. This was a good begining, but so cut in half! It insults me that books are released with 240 (nook) pages, and it's not a complete story!! Don't know if its the author or publisher, but I'm anoyed that I spent $7.99 for this book! Why not give us 500/600 pages and let the book contain the whole thing?

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  • Posted June 18, 2012

    Even Better the Second Time!!

    This is a wonderful book. I think I read the entire book in one day. Katie MacAlister totally draws you into the story and you really do become the characters. I loved every minute of this book!!

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  • Posted August 14, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    Want hot dragons? This way -->

    Book #1 Playing with Fire ended with May taken away from Gabriel to be the demon lord Magoth's consort for her insolense to disobey his direct order to get the Phylactery, a dragon source of power, to him.

    Now Gabriel has the Phylactery and May is in Abbadon ( read Hell ) where Magoth is trying to leer and lure her into ignitiate her consorthood as she ducks and dodges his advances while trying to find how she could return to Gabriel, her Mate.

    Before long she's back on the top side in her dragon's arms, but it comes with a price one that she doesn't willingly take on.

    Her twin has hooked up with Gabriel's enemy Kostya which causes friction between the two women, and it doesn't help that May has to go make peace with god her twin has upset, and that due to unfortunate insident she has to make try make good with being more dragon than she ever excepted or wanted, and noticing just how much Gabriel likes her new dragon traits. But it isn't a given that she wasn't to be anything other than her doppelganger self.

    As always Katie MacAlister's dragon novels are entertaining, hot and full of great one liners and a fast pace plot with plenty of Alpha Male Dragons with yummy possessive tendensies and healthy libidos!

    Fun read! Not quite as good as Book #1 but very close! Oh - and do read Playing with Fire first, this is direct continuation of the first book.

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  • Posted September 5, 2009

    So funny!

    Katie MacAlister is wonderful in her craft. She is humorous and keeps the pages turning. The characters are scrumptious and funny at the same time. I can't wait for the next book!

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  • Posted May 31, 2009

    Not MacAlister's best work

    The earlier dragon books (Aisling Grey) were very good. The story line and characters continue with this book but focus is on Silver Dragons and first-person narative switches to long-suffering May. She's not as engaging or entertaining as Aisling, hate to say doormat but much weaker character and readers may be disappointed with Gabriel, who was a good secondary character in first 4 books but not so hot as male lead. Readers should also note that this is one of those books that should end with 'to be continued...' - you'll have to buy at least one more book to find out what happens.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2008

    a well written excellent urban fantasy

    Magoth the demon Prince had abducted doppelganger dragon mate May Northcott. The evil one was taking her to Abaddon, but Silver Dragon leader Gabriel and his allies rescue her. However, a consequence of their action is that Magoth escaped also.---------------- At the same the Blue Dragons ignite into a nasty power struggle. While their political argument turns ugly and overheated, May unintentionally uses the dragon phylactery, which ends up residing inside her. To remove it without killing her is dangerous to not take it out is even more hazardous. They must gather the shards held by divided dragon factions in order to rescue May at a time an unknown ethereal dragon stalks her and her cronies while Gabriel hatches a plan to destroy May¿s royal demonic creator.---------------- Although a well written excellent urban fantasy, fans would be better suited first reading the previous tale PLAYING WITH FIRE as that equally engaging tale leads directly into UP IN SMOKE. The story line is filled with action as dragons seem set on a course of civil war and Magoth is on the loose yet there is alos plenty of humor and affection. Katie MacAlister provides a wonderful ¿Hell on Earth¿ entry in her parallel to the Grey tales Silver Dragons saga.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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