Light My Fire, the third novel in Katie MacAlister’s “Aisling Grey, Guardian,” series, may just be her best yet. Aisling, demon lord, Guardian, and wyvern’s mate, has just moved to London to finally receive some much-needed training on the duties and powers of a Guardian.
Samantha Cosse, a half-elf recently kicked out of the Order of Diviners, has just opened her own private investigation agency with her cousin Clare, a lingerie model in denial about her status as a flower-eating faery. Sam and Paen’s paths cross when he hires her to track down the Jilin God, a lost statue that he needs in five days' time - otherwise his mother's soul is forfeit to a demon.
Featuring many of the denizens of the Otherworld met in previous novels – Guardians, Diviners and Mages, to name a few – MacAlister continues to flesh out the fascinating world inhabited by her supernatural heroes and heroines. In Even Vampires Get the Blues, MacAlister provides more of the history and creation of Moravians through Paen’s hunt for the Simia Gestor Coda. The Coda is rumored to contain the details about the origins of Dark Ones, including a way to unmake the curse binding them to their soulless state without involving a Beloved.
The New York Times bestselling author Katie MacAlister writes historical, contemporary, paranormal, and young adult romances (as Katie Maxwell), paranormal thrillers, and historical mysteries. Last of the Red-Hot Vampires, the next Dark Ones romance, will be published in May 2007.