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Light My Fire by Katie MacAlister
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Jan 02, 2011

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bookshelves: 2013, series, paranormal, shifters, r-ab, reviewed
Read on November 03, 2013

Light, fluffy and the narrator obviously had a blast with the audiobook.

Aisling is still a bubble-headed ignorant mess who manages to get herself into trouble and then some more trouble to make things more interesting. Her insistence on doing things her way, when she knows very little about the world she's now a big part of and her habit of ignoring her problems until she's forced to deal with them, are things that make it hard for me to relate to her.

I may not like Aisling all that much but the narrator must have loved interpreting her and the various other characters judging by the audiobook. She sounds excited and enthusiastic and her feeling narration made the story more fun for me than reading it would have been.

The next and last book of this part of the series is Holy Smokes, which, if I decide to read, I'll make sure to get the audiobook version in hopes that the narrator is the same.

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