Books by Katie MacAlister

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Day of the Dragon

Katie MacAlister has a few successful dragon shifter series under her belt. Her combination of sexy romance combined with action and laughs has made for some enjoyable reads for me in the past, and I'm happy to say that this new release, Day of the Dragon, delivers another equally entertaining escap ...

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The Perils of Paulie

It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world in Katie MacAlister’s latest romantic comedy The Perils of Paulie.  It’s also a lot of over the top characters, awkward situations and clichéd humor that never quite zings as much as the author probably believes it does. The Russian mob is out to get Paulin ...

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A Midsummer Night's Romp

If, to you, nothing says “zany screwball plot” like “heroine wants to roofie a guy and take a blood sample so she can prove he infected her best friend with HIV,” then you may enjoy A Midsummer Night’s Romp. If, like me, your jaw hit the floor at this premise, you can join me in emphatical ...

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The Truth About Leo

The Truth About Leo is the fourth book in Ms MacAllister’s Noble series, the first of which, Noble Intentions was released over a decade ago. Two more books followed, but Ms MacAllister turned her attention elsewhere after the third, and has only now returned to the Regency era with this new addit ...

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Noble Intentions

Noble Intentions is Book 1 in Katie MacAlister’s Noble Series with an original print publication date of 2005. It’s very much a “wallpaper” historical in that there isn’t an especially strong sense of time or place about it, other than in references to styles of dress and the odd conventio ...

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Time Thief

Katie MacAlister has long been one of my favorite authors - she’s fun and quirky, and can make some of the most ridiculous situations seem perfectly plausible. Unfortunately, the writing in this particular novel was not as consistent as I was expecting. There were several times where I literally b ...

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Steamed

I normally wouldn’t go near wacky with a ten-foot pole. But occasionally, those gambles pay off. Jack Fletcher always seems to land in situations. He didn’t actually hijack a whaling ship in Alaska, and he didn’t actually save his boss from being sacrificed on a Mayan al ...

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Zen and the Art of Vampires

It’s been years since I last read a book by Katie MacAlister. Since titles by the author seem to be multiplying bunny-style in bookstores these days, I thought it was time I checked in to see if she is still as cutesy-poo a writer as I remembered her to be. She is. This one is ...

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The Last of the Red Hot Vampires

Katie MacAlister is not for everyone. She has her own, distinct style that I have enjoyed over the years. So, reader, beware! If you have already tried and disliked a previous MacAlister novel, The Last of the Red Hot Vampires is not going to be the one to turn that opinion on its ear. Yes, I liked ...

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Even Vampires Get the Blues

Even Vampires Get the Blues, with its sharp humor, sexy vampire groupie, and brotherly bonding had me hoping for very special book. But after a while my enjoyment lagged and I found myself wanting the author to stop introducing an abundance of Fantasy creatures and their rules and arcane lore, and j ...