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Katie MacAlister is an American born novelist. She was born in the year 1964 in the Seattle area. Katie is mostly well-known for writing her novels based on the historical, paranormal romance and young adult genres. Katie has written a number of fiction and non-fiction books under various series’ of novels. She has also written her young adult novels under the pseudonym Katie Maxwell and a few other mystery novels using the pseudonym Katie Marsh. Most of the contemporary and historical novels of Katie feature Anglophile, who are tall and flawed heroines, as well as Rubenesque, who are klutzy and divorced females. The male counterparts of her novels are mostly alpha males, each one of whom have past happenings that influence their present lives as well.
Katie says that she loves reading and writing books. She belonged to a family which followed the weekly practice of visiting the library. As a result, she used to spend most of her time reading some or the other book. She loved writing novels, but did not think of writing any until she got the contract of writing a non-fiction book on a software. At first, she was not given the liberty of using love scenes and witty dialogues in her software book, by her editor. Hence, she changed her course towards writing fiction novels. She loved the art of world building, falling in deep love with the heroes of her novels and tormenting characters in her fiction novels. She published her first novel after a period of two years into writing novels.
Katie’s first novel, Noble Intentions was followed by more than thirty books over the course of time. Her writing career includes a total of five novel series’. The novels written by her have been quite successful and have also been translated into a number of languages. She has also released her books as Audiobooks. The success of her novels has brought a lot of name and fame for her as she went on to win numerous awards. Katie frequently features on the bestseller lists of New York Times, Publishers Weekly ad USA Today. She lives along with her husband and a few pet dogs in the Pacific Northwest. When Katie is not busy with writing novels, she can be easily found online, lurking around.
One of the novel series’ written by Katie MacAlister includes the very famous ‘Aisling Grey: Guardian’ series. The series forms a part of the Dragon Septs series along with other series’ as well. There is a total of four books in this series, which were published from 2004 to 2007. The novels of the series are based on the paranormal romance genre. The first novel of the series was published under the title ‘You Slay Me’. It was released by the NAL publications in the year 2004. The plot of the novel is based on the paranormal activities taking place around Paris, Amaymon and Steganographia. Author, Katie has penned down exciting characters in the novels, including Aisling Grey, Amelie Merllain, Aura Deauxville, Venediger, Drake Vireo, Effrijim and Bafamal. The plot of the novel starts with the introduction of Aisling Grey, who is a Seattle-based lady pitting against Drake Vireo.
Drake is introduced as a handsome Parisian dragon in the human form. Aisling works as a courier service agent and one of her jobs is to deliver a precious and very important artifact in Deauxville, Paris. However, she finds out that the recipient of the courier is dead and is surrounded by ash all over. In the meanwhile, Drake steals the artifact from Aisling and claims that she is not merely a courier, but a demon lord and is destined to be his mate. Aisling decides to play as a detective and investigate the death of the Madame and summons a demon, however, she herself has to deal with a demon in the form of a Newfoundland Jim, who is slobbering and wants to go walking with her. Drake attempts to show her how dragons mate. On the other hand, dead bodies begin to pile up in Paris mysteriously. She becomes a corpse magnet and also a prime suspect in the murders. Aisling tries to make her way out of the situation and solve the murder cases in order to adjust herself in the new strange world.
The second novel of the series was published in the year 2005 under the title ‘Fire Me Up’. The novel was published by the Signet publications. The plot of this novel is set in Budapest, Hungary and features the same characters as in the first novel of the series. The plot of the second novel opens up with Aisling, finding herself in trouble once again. All that she thinks of being a courier agent and a Guardian happens to be the other way round. Aisling finds herself irresistible to men. Being the keeper of the Gates of Hell, she decides to attend a convention of the supernatural beings held in Budapest in order to get in touch with her other self. As a courier, she is required to deliver a precious amulet to a hermit. Her Newfoundland demon, Jim seems to be amused by the idea of going along with her to deliver the amulet. Aisling comes to know that Drake is also staying in the same hotel as hers, who still considers himself to be her mate.
Aisling seems to get fired up in the presence of Drake and he makes her act like a schoolgirl who has fallen in love. The situation turns ugly for Aisling as she encounters dead bodies anywhere she goes. She becomes pretty embarrassed to be considered as a prime suspect of the murders and is on the lookout for a Guardian mentor to help her control her powers. This further increases her problems as every Guardian she meets is found dead. She has to face the difficult task of proving her innocence once again and is all alone in doing so. The novel had a funny touch to it related to the happenings in the life of Aisling Grey. The entertaining dialogues of the novel were very much appreciated by the readers. Author, Katie MacAlister was motivated by the positive reviews of the critics and her fellow authors. She went on to write a number of other interesting novels in her career as an established novelist.
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