Fire Me Up (Aisling Grey, Guardian Series #2)

Fire Me Up (Aisling Grey, Guardian Series #2)

by Katie MacAlister
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Fire Me Up (Aisling Grey, Guardian Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 133 reviews.
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Loved this follow up story. The story line develops, the love affair is hot! Can't wait to read the next one!
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vERY GOOD BOOK 2
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Meli_Green More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed You Slay Me, the first part of the Aisling Grey, Guardian Novels, and looked forward to reading Fire Me Up. This book was a real treat and I had a difficult time putting it down. It is not as good as You Slay Me, but that is not saying much because this one is a keeper as well. Aisling has accepted her status as a Guardian, which is why she travels to Budapest to search for the perfect mentor. She is also there to deliver a sacred amulet to a homeless hermit. All she has to do is search for him at every park in Budapest. Talk about finding a needle in a haystack! Aisling also comes face to face with Drake Vireo -- wyvern of the green dragons and the bane of her existence -- who is more determined to make her his mate for life than ever. Things get more complicated for Aisling when the amulet she carries around has some strange effects on mortal men and summons gorgeous incubi. Her search for a mentor isn't going so well either, for each potential mentor has turned up dead. She has to put up with all of that and carry around the smart-mouth dog-slash-demon Jim. There are various fun twists throughout the novel. I like the fact that Aisling is a feisty, independent, I-am-in-charge-of-my-own-life type of heroine. She does get a bit over the top and downright irritating at times, especially when she banters and bickers with Jim and Drake respectively, but I admire the fact that she is a no-nonsense, independent woman. Her brazen personality gets in the way of surrendering to gorgeous, sexy Drake -- who is the proverbial alpha male. Their scenes together are amazing. MacAlister created two characters that have a chemistry that is almost palpable. Drake is incredibly hot; the perfect anti-hero for this sort of series. I hope we will see more of him in future installments. Jim is hilarious as usual. I do love his sharp lines and wonderful quips. MacAlister has succeeded in creating an irritating, albeit lovable sidekick. The humor in this offering exceeds the one in You Slay Me and indeed all of the other Katie MacAlister novels I have read thus far. Her writing style reminds me of MaryJanice Davidson's work in that she blends romance, comedy, action and paranormal elements together quite well. All in all, Fire Me Up is an excellent follow-up to You Slay Me. The intro to this series was awesome and the second book has guaranteed a faithful and avid reader of the Aisling Grey world in me. It is not necessary for me to say that I recommend this book, but I nevertheless do so most highly.
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