Light My Fire
Aisling Grey is juggling being a demon lord, a Guardian, and a wyvern's mate, even though she's keeping her distance from said wyvern, Drake, these days. But her presence is still required at a meeting of the green dragons. Since several attempts have been made on her life, Drake is sure to get... show more
Aisling Grey is juggling being a demon lord, a Guardian, and a wyvern's mate, even though she's keeping her distance from said wyvern, Drake, these days. But her presence is still required at a meeting of the green dragons. Since several attempts have been made on her life, Drake is sure to get protective of her. Which might not be a bad thing when war breaks out and all hell breaks loose-literally.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 7th 2006
Pages no: 329
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Aisling Grey: Guardian (#3)
More wacky adventures from Aisling Grey. Jim the demon Newfoundland continues to be my favorite character. Drake is still pretty one dimensional but at least he begins to learn how to compromise. But intense character development is not the driver for enjoyment of this series. They are light and...
Actual rating: 3.5Aisling did some changing in this book. She’s different. More mature in the sense that she is learning to not rise to the bait. She’s still slightly clueless (and not doing much of her required reading, as the case may be), but learning. That is all I will say on the matter les...
An all night read! Lots of action, new revelations and steamy scenes! Aisling and the gang are back at it again with more danger and plenty of laughs, I couldn't put this one down. I'm totally addicted!
Yay, Aisling's back! This time, she's in beautiful London, England. She's been accepted as an apprentice, and is looking forward to beginning her studies towards becoming a Guardian. Only problem? Just about everyone is out for her head.No, really. This book does feature lots of politics (of the dr...
Not as frustrating as Fire Me Up, it's still entertaining if a little confusing with the dragon politics and power plays. At least Aisling has stopped running away, is taking things more seriously and is confronting her problems.