You Slay Me

You Slay Me The author of The Corset Diaries returns to the realm of the paranormal in this sexy funny romance that pits Seattle based Aisling Grey against Drake Vireo a seriously handsome Parisian dragon in hu

  • Title: You Slay Me
  • Author: Katie MacAlister Barbara Rosenblat
  • ISBN: 9781419334948
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The author of The Corset Diaries returns to the realm of the paranormal in this sexy, funny romance that pits Seattle based Aisling Grey against Drake Vireo, a seriously handsome Parisian dragon in human form In her job as courier, Aisling is to deliver a precious demonic artifact to a Mme Deauxville in Paris, but she finds Madame freshly dead, surrounded by a circle ofThe author of The Corset Diaries returns to the realm of the paranormal in this sexy, funny romance that pits Seattle based Aisling Grey against Drake Vireo, a seriously handsome Parisian dragon in human form In her job as courier, Aisling is to deliver a precious demonic artifact to a Mme Deauxville in Paris, but she finds Madame freshly dead, surrounded by a circle of ash The artifact is then stolen by the fast talking Drake, who claims that Aisling is no mere courier but in fact a demon lord and his destined mate Determined to play detective, Aisling summons up a demon only to find herself saddled with one, in the form of a slobbering Newfoundland who wants to go walkies Drake wants to show her the way dragons mate, and then bodies seem to pile up all over Paris, making Aisling a corpse magnet and top suspect It s going to take every screwy new ally she s got to solve this murder and adjust to her new life in a strange new world.

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    1. *** 3.44 ***A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&BAnother Wednesday, another UF read for our little group. This is an older series we decided to tackle because we needed something lighter and fluffier these days. Real Life has been difficult for many of us and our reading should not make it even harder This is why, a series about a ditsy female who is aware of her not so impressive brain power and doesn't claim any, who stumbles upon a murder while trying to make a delivery and gets tangled up i [...]

    2. In honestly, I have to admit that I threw this book across the room at page 176. This is an act I have not performed since I read Mercedes Lackey's The Silver Gryphon, which was to packing luggage as MST3K's "The Lost Continent" was to rock climbing.I did not finish this book, but after a week of my wife giggling at my grumbling before it became a thrown missle (damage: 1d2), I feel qualified enough to sayAisling Grey is a quirky, funny woman who I pictured as "Veronica Mars"-era Kirsten Bell. I [...]

    3. I honestly cannot believe I found this book so enjoyable! It's been sitting on my shelf since those long ago days before I'd read a million and one different paranormal romance and/or urban fantasy stories. I bought it back when I was rather new to the genres and I used to be all "sexy vampires, quirky heroine, supernatural mystery - what more could you possibly want from a novel?" Since then I've come to realise that a whole lot of the PNR/UF world is kind of, well shite.But I have been surpris [...]

    4. Light and fluffy buddy read with the Wednesday UF Group of BB&B.If you like smart and assertive female leads this book is not for you. If you like adult talk (and by that I mean not using toddler words) this book is not for you. If you like to skip eyerolling until your eyes hurt this book is not for you.Aisling Grey almost made me bash my head in. The poor woman is a natural disaster and I wonder how she's managed to survive to her late 30ies. She's clueless but at least she's aware of it. [...]

    5. Buddy read with the fantastic UF Wednesday group over at BB&B because we need something light and fluffy for a change. Something flashed deep in his dark green eyes. "Are you unwell? You aren't going to vomit on me, are you?""That wasn't on my list of planned activities for the afternoon, no, but if you really insist, I suppose I could try for a hairball or something." Aisling Grey’s first job as a courier should have been easy but Aisling seems to be a magnet for trouble and the supernatu [...]

    6. 2.75 Gates of Abbadon StarsRead with Buddies Books and Baubles because after some heavy emotional reads you just need something silly.This is a book you really have to be in the mood to totally turn off your brain and that little thing you carry around and call common sense and just go with it.I’m not sure that my brain is ever this turned off but overall it isn’t a horrible story it just has a TSTL heroine in it. I struggle with those. Hopefully this book is just to show us how far the hero [...]

    7. 3.5 starsThis was a fun little romp. The best character was definitely Jim. The story was slightly predictable, but the fun levels overrode some of that for me so I enjoyed it. I like the world. I like Drake. I love Jim. I really like Rene. I'm curious for more about the Guardians.Thus, overall, a decent read. Not bad for light and fluffy PNR.

    8. Aisling Grey, the heroine of this series, is a ditz. She's also a Guardian and a wyvern's mate. Don't worry if you don't know what that means--Aisling doesn't either. Generally speaking, I can't stand ditzes. But every once in awhile one crosses my path who I can't help but love. I had a very lovable ditzy friend in college. And another nice ditz is dating someone I know (and hopefully he marries her someday). From a bookish standpoint, Bridget Jones is another fantastic ditz. And if you've read [...]

    9. "You are too arrogant for your own good. I officially de-mate you. Go away. I never want to see you again. Except maybe tonight. Naked. Your place. But after that, no more."~Aisling GreyA charming little start to a series, this book was. Though I must admit that the heroine at times had me thinking "oh geez." A flighty, silly and at times maddening lady, she also brings just the right amount of humor and heart to the book through her thoughts and responses to numerous unfortunate eventsmely, bei [...]

    10. You Slay Me had me giggling right from the first page. The book had some hilarious situations that could only happen to a young, English speaking American in Paris. Our heroine Aisling Grey arrives in Paris and learns some extremely useful expressions from her cabbie Rene: ”J’ai une grenouille dans mon bidet.” (I have a frog in my bidet). I chuckled at all the uses of franglais – when French words are interchanged literally with English words, effectively changing their meanings: “The [...]

    11. Katie MacAlister first book in a riveting series is golden for romance/fantasy lovers everywhere.It's hard to believe You Slay Me was one of the first books in Katie MacAlister's giant dragon universe (does it have an official name? All of the series within this universe? It probably does). This book was the first of many cute, sexy, fantasy filled books focusing on dragons. And it's safe to say - it's fantastic! This is one of my many guilty pleasures that I keep on my shelf for when I'm having [...]

    12. Please, slay me. Put me out of my misery.Aisling Grey has been sent to Paris as a courier to deliver a valuable gold dragon statue to a woman; however, when she arrives at the woman's apartment, the woman is found murdered and her statue is stolen - by Drake Vireo. Aisling is now stuck in Paris, the main suspect for murder, and is determined to steal the statue back from the incredibly sexy Drake, who happens to be the powerful leader of the green dragon sept, present at a series of murders but [...]

    13. 4.5 StarsAisling is such a fun heroine. She reminds me a bit of Stephanie Plum. She's kinda clueless at the beginning, gets sucked into a paranormal world she had no idea existed, and she had always been a part of.I enjoyed the storyline a lot, it was very different. And for someone not used to reading books about dragons, I loved this one. It may have something to do with the extremely delicious green dragon Drake. He is sexy!But, the book wouldn't be the same without Aisling's sidekick. A demo [...]

    14. This is about a woman named Aisling who, as a courier, goes to Paris to deliver a precious artifact for her uncle and ends up finding out she has special powers, is a Guardian, a wyvern's (dragon's) mate, and gets hilariously involved in a murder mystery with the city's supernatural and magical citizens. This book was really funny, and Katie MacAlister's writing style is right up my alley. Drake Vireo (an immortal green dragon in the form of one smokin' hot male) is one of the better male romant [...]

    15. It's been a while since I read this one but I remember it. I love the Aisling Grey series. Katie MacAlister writes wonderful, humorous stories. Aisling Grey is a hoot! Drake is to die for. :-)

    16. I hated this. Throughout the book, I couldn't wait to get done with it.The heroine Asiling and her demon sidekick a dog say mean things and use sarcasm toward almost everyone throughout the book. Not once did I find the sarcasm funny, witty or entertaining. It felt like someone telling unfunny jokes. Some readers might enjoy this type of humor. I do not.The heroine does stupid things which I didn't like. She starts out believing she is a normal human. Others tell her that she is a guardian with [...]

    17. I was recommended this book a long time ago, but I never felt the burning desire to pick it up and read it. It sounded interesting, but nothing I needed to rush out and buy. Until recently when my bestie was reading the series and I was laughing my ass off at the things she told me. Dude, I'm glad I picked it up.I love Aisling. Even if she is an idiot a lot of the time. I mean, really, girl, you do lots of stupid shit. But it's pretty hilarious, so I forgive your ridiculous tendencies. Aisling m [...]

    18. 3- Just Fuck the Dragon Already- Stars So yeah. I'm not really sure how I feel about this book.Was it horrible? Was it great? Was Aisling really that stupid? Was it weird as shit? Did I still read all the way to the end just to find out what happens?

    19. I read this book because I needed a title beginning with y for a book challenge and this one popped up. I am so glad it did because it was a thoroughly lighthearted and amusing piece of entertainment. The story line seems fairly stereotypical for this genre - tremendously good looking man who is actually something other (in this case dragon but it could have been vampire, were wolf, fairy etc) meets ditzy, beautiful girl with powers she does not know about yet. Sounds familiar? However this auth [...]

    20. I actually read this series back when it was first being published but I've forgotten a lot of it. While I still liked the series it's definitely paranormal romance, and for the most part that genre anymore is not my cup of tea. I've read Katie MacAlister's more recent Silver Dragons series and liked it but I found myself skimming through a lot of You Slay Me. If you're a fan of PNR I'd definitely recommend the series, but it was a little too light for me.

    21. This book was hilarious! I thoroughly enjoyed it and laughed aloud many, many, times. It shouldn't have taken me as long as it did to get through it, but every time I picked it up, I had another challenge book to read that took priority. Now that it's finished, I could easily start over and enjoy it the second time just as much! So far I think Jim is my favorite character, although Aisling is also a lot of fun. Her relationship with Drake was interesting and I can't wait to see what happens betw [...]

    22. Effrijim: AKA Jim[image error]★★★★✩ (This is a review of the audiobook.) Who knew Barbara Rosenblat had so many funny voices? There is a “Newfie” in this book that she anthropomorphizes with a hilarious “woe is me” tone in his voice – oh, excuse me, a Newfoundland, as Jim prefers to be called! This first in the Aisling Grey, Guardian series is a hoot! Ms. Rosenblat sounds completely different than she does in the Amelia Peabody Mysteries.Still, I enjoyed this book more than I [...]

    23. Just what I needed, a light funny story with sexual tension. Love the Dragon, yahoo, what a cutie ! The demons and witches are great characters, laughable side kicks. The snotty French ? Maybe not, LOL ! I love Ashling Grey, fantastic, can't wait to read the next book, Bravo Katie MacAlister !If you are looking for something light, quick, funny, with attractive men and a great story line, this is the book to read.

    24. 4 StarsSometimes I just need some light reading. You know, Brain Candy. And You Slay Me is most definitely Brain Candy. Even so, usually any time I hear the term "Paranormal Romance," I cringe. That is a sub-genre that I usually avoid. I can't point to any particular reason that I picked up You Slay Me, but I am glad that I did.This is the story of Aisling Grey, a slightly awkward yet tenacious thirty-something courier who is assigned a job to take a priceless artifact to a buyer in Paris. She r [...]

    25. After a bit of a slow start, we're drawn into a world alongside the bemused and often confused Aisling ("Ashling") Grey, where mages, witches, dragons in human form, demons and all sorts of other creatures and people pretend to be "normal".Arriving in Paris to deliver a priceless artifact called an aquamanile, Aisling quickly finds herself a murder suspect and the artifact stolen by a very sexy man called Drake. Whom she later finds out is the wyvern (leader) of the Green Dragon sept. Who is als [...]

    26. This was my introduction to paranormal chick lit and what an initiation! It was so unique, distinctly different from anything else I'd read. I couldn't put it down and savored every page. I am crazy for witty dialogue and quirky characters, especially stubborn, smart-mouthed heroines like Aisling who is hilarious in her cluelessness. Drake is an extraordinary hero - who would have thought a dragon could be sexy but Katie MacAlister presented him as such with relative ease. The chemistry between [...]

    27. This review covers all four books in the Aisling Grey, Guardian series. I absolutely adore this series. I fell in love with all the characters from the start. I read all four books in less than three days simply because I could not wait to find out what would happen next. The heroine, Aisling, is feisty but enduring. She is the kinda gal most women can easily understand. While Aisling is courageous and willful, she looks like the girl next door and often stumbles into problems she does not under [...]

    28. Frustrating read. I like the world and the secondary characters, but I hated the heroine and did not enjoy continually watching her make a complete ass of herself.That sort of thing can be funny, a la the Pink Panther movies, but it requires the author to stick to it. I can't be expected to point and laugh at the boob at one point and then take her seriously at another. I think the first person narrative was also inappropriate. If I'm supposed to connect with her, don't make her an utter fool. R [...]

    29. DNF at 70%. I found the humour too forced, like the author was trying to hard. That being said, Aisling's French cab driver was hilarious, he even taught her one of my favoriteinsultsuuummm, I mean; HELPFUL tourist phrases from Epic Rap Battles of History: "T'as une tête a faire sauter les plaques d'egoutes."If you really want to laugh, I suggest you watch the rap battle instead: youtube/watch?v=AeNYDI promise you it's worth your time!It's not that the book was bad, I just lost interest halfway [...]

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