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A Man To Slay Dragons

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As she desperately seeks revenge against the unknown assailant who killed her sister, Manhattan attorney Claire Green is drawn into a secret network of female victims of violent crimes as she struggles to bring her sister's killer to justice and falls inlove with FBI agent Liam Jameson.
Paperback, 416 pages
Published July 1st 1996 by Zebra (first published February 1st 1996)
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This book found itself on my reading list after it was recommended (it was on one of those Top 100 Romances lists, or something like that). However, there were things here I just couldn't appreciate, since I hate oldskool romance.

The biggest issues I had were with the two main characters. The heroine was just way too spineless at certain moments, and also she could be really stupid for someone who finished law school at the top of her class. The hero, on the other hand, irritated me with his in
I read this to cleanse my palate of all the supernatural/urban fantasy stuff floating around nowadays. I generally like Meagan McKinney's style and hadn't read this one yet. However, I am not liking it much at all. The heroine is TSTL with misplaced loyalties to a vigilante group and an obviously mentally ill friend who probably needs some medical attention.
The hero and heroine have zero chemistry other than a case of instant lust on the hero's part. The villian is just so obvious that our hero
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Ruth Leslie Goodman Roberson, well-known as Meagan McKinney gave up a thriving career as a biologist to become a full-time romance writer. She is author of over 20 critically acclaimed novels. Divorced, she lives with her two children in in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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