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    Always delightful

    Once upon a time, I had read everything that Katie MacAlister had written. It's been quite a few years since then and I'm not sure why I fell off the path of stalking her writing. I'm so thankful I was reintroduced to her writing because I've completely fallen all over again. If you're looking for a good laugh, you need look no further than the chapter titles and you'll know you're in for a good time with this book. Quick, witty, heartfelt, action-packed, this book has it all! I absolutely loved it. If you like your action mixed with humor, read this right now! You won't regret it. Thank you to NetGalley, Katie MacAlister, and Forever (Grand Central Publishing) for the chance to read this book and share my thoughts and opinions with others.
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    Family Curse

    Ian is a trapped Dragon Hunter controlled by the Dark Anzo. Helen is a Dragon Hunter with only one way to save herself from a similar fate. She must pass on her ability and birth right to one who will continue to rally for GOOD. Of course the one fit for this undertaking is her OCD half-sister Veronica. This is a fun story of heroes, spunky characters, and love that will champion over evil. Humor abounded with quirky phrases and friends that excel as brave sidekicks. MacAlister heats up the pages with a HEA romance. Look forward to more of this series. No Cliff hangers. "A copy of this book was provided by Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Overall enjoyed this story!

    I have been a fan of this author for years, and I’m always excited when she starts a new series. I haven’t been as up-to-date as I could be with her writing as I read so many authors, and I jumped at the chance to read this book. Now I must confess to being a little conflicted about rating this book. I found it to be well-written, have an interesting plot, and for the most part I really enjoyed the characters. However, I found Veronica a little off-putting. I love that she had an unusual quirk, but she was so annoying about everything. And, while I really liked her love interest Ian, I didn’t feel much chemistry between them, probably because I found Veronica a little immature. So, with those things in mind, I did enjoy this book, but I did have a couple minor issues, but I still overall recommend it! I was provided the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.
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    Meh...

    I am a big Katie MacAlister fan and I was looking forward to this book. Unfortunately it fell completely flat to me. Ronnie was ok, she wasn’t annoying or lovable, she was just sort of there. Ian is hot, but so is every male lead. His personality was ok. Basically I’m used to MacAlister’s leads being much more fun to read than these two. The side kicks and villains were quirky, but they seemed to be quirky for quirky’s sake. The whole thing was trying really hard to be funny instead of actually being so. From the chapter titles, to events, to characters like a demon named Falafel. All of the elements were there, but to me none of them worked. I doubt I’ll be continuing with this series.
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