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Light My Fire (Aisling Grey #3)

4.13  ·  Rating Details ·  10,186 Ratings  ·  316 Reviews
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 h ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 329 pages
Published November 7th 2006 by Penguin Group (USA)
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Mar 27, 2009 Jill rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, fantasy
I'm hoping there will be more of a personal connection with Drake in this one. I feel that I'm not getting enough info about him to really connect w/ him as a hero. Plus, I can't stand how he calls her "mate" and orders here around all the time. ***spoiler alert*** I KNEW that there was something otherworldly about taxi-driver Rene! I think Aisling can be a bit obtuse sometimes.

Well, I did end up liking Drake more in this one, but I still feel a disconnect. Aisling can tell us all she likes that
Oct 15, 2011 Leah rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Leah by: Sam
4.5 stars
Mar 27, 2008 Anita rated it really liked it
Book 3 in Katie MacAlister's Aisling Grey Guardian series (contemporary paranormal romance). This was a big step up from book 2 of the series. The plot was much more intricate with an insane number of challenges for Aisling to overcome:
Drake returns to Aisling's life and they attempt to come to a compromise they can both live with to stay together;
Her demon dog eats the king of the imps and the imps want Aisling's head;
There's a war brewing between the red and green dragons that lead to several
Zara Khan
Jan 31, 2016 Zara Khan rated it really liked it
Actual rating 3 stars , But an extra one because I feel some sort of loyalty towards this series

I enjoyed reading this book , Katie MacAlister's writing style is amazing but I feel in this book of the Aisling Grey series she shoved in all sorts of plots ....Too many ,Too many sub plots and so many things happening at once .

I Understand that Aisling's life as a guardian is not easy and the constant dangers that keep popping in the story intrigued me to a certain extent but then they started mak
Feb 03, 2010 RogueHireling rated it liked it

A complete comedy of errors. Aisling bungles her way through one terrible event after another. But really by book three she shouldn't be allowed to use ignorance as an excuse anymore.

Still quite amusing when I could ignore the utter stupidity of some choices made.

Would be up for reading the next. Just have to resign myself that ignorance will always be the excuse. ~sigh~
Minx -The Genre Minx Book Reviews
Another great addition to this series! I am glad where things went with Drake. About time that guy got a clue. Jim as always quite a character. I just wish that things would turn around for Aisling. :)
Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)
I am loving these books, but why can't I have this cover:

I am enjoy a good look-and-drool and this cover would have helped me greatly, look at the gorgeous and manly man chest, oh well moving on....the book! Once again, Aisling get's into more crap then you can shake a stick at, problem number one: Jim ate the Imp King; problem number two: Drake is a right bastard who betrayed her trust; Problem number 3: a Prince of Hell is trying to coerce her into helping him; Problem number 4: the red dragon
Dec 03, 2015 Humeyra rated it it was amazing
Shelves: chick-lit, paranormal
It's ridiculous how much I became addicted to this series and yes, it's far from perfect and a little bit problematic at some points but to be honest:

Jackie Sigerson
3.5 - good but slow series
Janice (Janicu)
Jun 23, 2008 Janice (Janicu) rated it liked it
Book #3 in the Aisling Grey, Guardian novels. Now Aisling is in London about to start her training as a Guardian with her mentor Nora. But things are never easy and her recent past catches up with her - her mate Drake is in town, and war has started between the green and red septs. Also someone is trying to kill Aisling and people keep trying to get her to agree to support them as either Venediger or Prince of Abbaddon. This felt like a snack - not really a full meal, very easy and fast to consu ...more
Kirsten Brown
Oct 28, 2016 Kirsten Brown rated it it was amazing
Shelves: paranormal
So here we join Aisling, a guardian, Wyverns mate, and a demon Lord, in London looking to get into training as a guardian. She is looking for a new start, away from her mate, Drake - a Dragon- and a simple easy life.

Needless to say, the simple life is never for Aisling.

Is it just me, or does everyone want Aisling dead?!

Imps, Dragons, Fates, Guardians, Demons, Demon Lords.. oh my! I loved that there were some creature in this novel that I haven't seen in any other books. It gives it a sense of
Feb 13, 2017 NyxShadow rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: numérique, vo
Whaou si le premier était léger et plein d'humour dans celui ci tout va de travers !
Jul 31, 2010 Alisha rated it really liked it
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 dragon-, Guardian- and demon variety), but each and every instance of it revolves around someone trying to do away with her, literally and figuratively.

It's always fun to follow Aisling and Drake's relat
Feb 16, 2016 Tealover rated it really liked it
Whew! This book is really a page-turner. A lot of things happened in this book but still, the author managed to maintain its light atmosphere. The plot was laid well (I was never confused when I read it, and A LOT happened), and will make you want to finish the entire series nonstop. Aisling's suspicion about Rene being other than plain human is true (his Daimon or Fate), which is just about time that we know, yes?. The bed scenes are more intense (the ice cubes!). I am so in love with despicabl ...more
Heather andrews
Jun 16, 2015 Heather andrews rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book had some humor, it was entertaining, and Drake was just amusing, “I was intending to, but you took the conversation in a direction I had not anticipated,” he answered, glancing down to my stomach.." his mother irritated the hell out of me like I just wanted to punch her every time she opened her mouth, I was surprised Drake didn't because telling her off just did not work, “for Christ’s sake, Mother! I have mated with a mortal woman, not a goat! There is no disgrace in Aisling being hu ...more
Nov 07, 2013 Jenne rated it really liked it
Another great installment! Once again Jim had me lol'ing throughout the book. I think this one takes the cake for how much trouble Aisling can get into. I know she's never going to catch a break but jeez she never got out of trouble this one. Drake finally made me not want to kill him at times in this one too. Jim steals the show in this series, he's like the dark brother to Oberon. I absolutely love him.
Sonya friends and people I follow liked this more than I did. I don't know, it seems like weird plot turns came from nowhere to increase the stakes for Aisling...and she is annoying, after letting it sit for several weeks with ~ 1/4 of the book left, I'm adding it to the haven't finished (and probably won't) shelf.
Benita Vehnom  Ruiz
OMG I swear Aisling is a magnet for disaster, everywhere this chicks goes trouble follows. Love to see that Drake is opening up himself to her, and their relationship is getting stronger. I swear I want a demon dog like Jim lol, he makes this book 20x better.Finally we know what Renee is!!!!!! Would recommend this series to anyone looking for an easy funny read!!!
♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
I probably shouldn't have read this out of order. However after reading this one, I've determined that Ms. MacAlister is not the author for me. This book is fine. It's not bad. It's quirky and I just don't really like the character - Aisling. She does nothing for me. She kind of aggravates me. I tried it. Not going to read the previous two or any others in this series.
Mickey Reed
May 24, 2010 Mickey Reed rated it liked it
Shelves: audio, 2010
These are fun and all, but I could stop right now and not worry. I'm not addicted, I don't need to know what happens next. They're too out there for me, and way too many things go on that I can't always keep up with. Not a waste of time or anything, but not a must-read.
Mar 30, 2016 Kededra rated it it was ok
This was like reading a paranormal version of Keystone Cops. Ash running around like a god damn headless chicken got old real quick.

Oct 09, 2008 Nicole rated it liked it
This was was the worst of the 3 I've read so far. While I admit the guilty pleasure of these not intelligent books, this one is over the top far fetched. We'll see how #4 is...
4,6 von 5 Sternen
Aisling will gerade ein neues Leben anfangen und bei Nora, ihrer neuen Mentorin, einziehen als Drake wieder auf der Bildfläche erscheint. Er verlangt, dass sie zu einem wichtigen Treffen der grünen Drachen erscheint. Da Aisling den Drachen immer noch treu ist, auch wenn sie von Drake nichts mehr wissen will, geht sie hin. Doch da wird Drake plötzlich herausgefordert. Als ob das nicht schon Problem genug wäre, legt sich Aisling auch noch mit den Kobolden an und wird in a
Nov 18, 2016 Laurel rated it really liked it
An excellent third book in the series I must say so. Aisling is still struggling against dragons, fellow demon lords, and her temptation for the dark arts. We see more development between her and Drake, which is what we've all been looking for. However, the man is as frustrating as ever. But what if her has some competition over Aisling, hmm?
Kailey (Kathryn is looking for me)
Wow. Lots a-happenin' up in here. Lots.
Jan 30, 2016 Traci rated it it was ok
I loved the other two books starring Aisling; I highly recommend other titles by Katie all the time, especially "The Corset Diaries" (a strict romance, no paranormal anything, and wonderful!) I finished up LMF last night and was just dumbfounded. I'm not even going to try to sum up the plot - I'm not entirely sure there was one, to be honest.

If you're not familiar with this series, trust me, this is NOT the book to start with. Go back and read the first two, "Fire Me Up" and "You Slay Me". Those
Katie, Katie, Katie, what am I going to do with you?
The beginning of this book was the most predictable thing ever, and when I say beginning I mean the first 200 pages, it felt like a copy of the other two books. Repetitive elements include:

- Aisling making a stupid intro comment and Jim being sarcastic
- SURPRISE! Rene's here, apparently out of nowhere! Oh, I'm sure everyone was oh so surprised at this SURPRISING event!
- DOUBLE SURPRISE! Drake is here.. and wait a minute...yes! Out of Nowhere! A
Feb 04, 2009 Kath rated it it was amazing
Tons of Suspense - My Favorite in This Series So Far, December 6, 2008
This is not a stand-alone book, so be sure to read "You Slay Me" and "All Fired Up" first. I listened to the audio version of this book and Barbara Rosenblat gives a another stellar performance telling this fun, witty and suspensful story.

Aisling Gray moves to London with her demon sidekick Jim, to be the guardian apprentice of her friend Nora. Once again, she is joined by her "taxi driver" Rene and of course, her "mate" Drak
Angie (Mind Malfunction)
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Dec 30, 2010 Karissa rated it really liked it
This is the third book in the Aisling Grey Guardian series by Katie MacAlister. I thought that this book was much better than the second book and much more on par with the first book.

Aisling is moving to London to start her Guardian training with Nora. Once again right from the beginning things start going wrong. She finds out Nora is being called in for questioning which could lead to Nora losing her rights to mentor Aisling. Then on her first outing with Nora; Jim eats the imp king. Now the im
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For as long as she can remember, Katie MacAlister has loved reading. Growing up in a family where a weekly visit to the library was a given, Katie spent much of her time with her nose buried in a book. Despite her love for novels, she didn't think of writing them until she was contracted to write a non-fiction book about software. Since her editor refused to allow her to include either witty dialo ...more
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“My life used to be boring. A damnation here, a curse there, with an occasional blight or two to break routine. Now I have Aisling...She's better than reality TV, Internet porn sites, and the trashloids all put together.' - Jim” 15 likes
“You are mine, Aisling. You are mine today, tomorrow and five hundred years from now. You will always be mine. I do not give up my treasures, kincsem. You would do well to remember that.” 10 likes
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