He’s intrigued by Amy, the only buccaneer to best him in this test of digital testosterone, while she just wants to take his arrogance down a peg. Blow Me Down by Katie MacAlister – book cover, description, publication history. Blow Me Down By Katie MacAlister – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Blow Me Down by Katie MacAlister
Definitely some This is another fun and sexy story by MacAlister in a rather original setting. He was surprisingly good, light on his feet, his ripostes following lightening fast after his parries. Listen to a sample: He wanted to date me? Nov 30, Melissa rated it really liked it Shelves: Trivia About Blow Me Down.
This was my first book by Katie MacAlister and I was largely disappointed. I shot her a narrow-eyed look. But when Amy — a financial analyst – gives a virtual reality game a try to keep her daughter quiet, reality, as she knows it ceases. A very contemptible line of life, with a premium at a high rate. The characterization was spot on as per her usual.
The heroine was also really dumb. The lights flickered into a brown-out. His smile turned into an outright grin, a grin that had me responding with a smile nacalister my own despite my better maalister.
You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. Along the way we also get a great cast of characters, a nefarious villain, and a very lively and entertaining world. I tried half a dozen times to get through the supposed romance scene that I ended on, but it was just too awkward.
But fearless Earless Erika is really just Amy—a financial analyst with little time in her macalistwr for anything but work. Mar 25, Vicky rated it it was ok Shelves: I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes an original read that offers action, adventure, mystery, romance, with a dollop of comedy.
Since her editor refused to allow her to include either witty dialogue or love scenes in the software book, Katie swiftly resolved to switch to fiction, where she could indulge in world building, tormenting characters, and falling madly in love with all her heroes. The game…the virtual reality game.
He has little else to do with his time while he is between acting jobs. Handsome looks are fleeting; women like me prefer substance over appearance. Macalistef suppose I have to do the leg collecting before I reach that level? Even if their perception of time wasn’t warped by the game, it would still be premature.
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As her winnings, she claims one of his ships called the Saucy Wench. Falling for the Billionaire Wolf and His Baby. Her stormy brow cleared macalistef magic. Despite her love for novels, she didn’t think of writing them until she was contracted to write a non-fiction book about software.
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I waited for the rumble from a distant clap of thunder to fade away into nothing before answering. Beyond them, a wooden well served as a gathering place for several women in long skirts and leather bodices, each armed with a wooden bucket or two.
These few hours cause Amy and Holder to decide to go into some spy mode and rescue Corbin, and of course they take swords with them. However the inane dialogue just couldn’t hold my interest beyond the first few chapters, and I gave it to a friend who enjoys light romance novels, without finishing it.
This story had potential, and maybe a more thoughtful author not determined to dpwn her male love interest into an alpha male role and to hurry along the romance might’ve been up to the task. Despite that, it was a clever turn on virtual reality and MacAlister’s u A macalizter entry in MacAlister’s repetoire, but I guess the whole pirate video game concept doesn’t interest me as much as some of her other concepts.
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The peoples in her worlds are more real than most, and her humor is laugh-out-loud infectious. Both of them were dressed in blue and white striped pants that ended just below the knee, striped shirts, and leather jerkins over which swords and pistols had been strapped to their waists.
This was an odd concept for a story and one of my first Katie MacAlister. Corbin is the creator of a virtual reality VR game called Buckling Swashes. She creates romances about realistic people in realistic situations, in this case a slightly overweight software programmer and a 30ish mother of one who has carved out a life for herself and her daughter.
It was the sheep snuffling my face that woke me up. Loo is my bosun. Lifestyles of the Rich and Undead. The storm is almost on top of us.
What they also discover is that they’re caught inside the game–in a trap set by a disgruntled employee–and must work to All work and no play make Amy a dull girl, or so Amy’s precocious daughter tells her as she convinces Amy to try a new virtual-reality game, Buckling Swashes.
Looked at from that lens, it works.
Sex and the Single Vampire. Okay, wasn’t expecting that last one but they kind of made it work. By no fault of her own, she is stuck in the game. This is a fun and Katie MacAlister does a great job of creating romance novels that don’t make me want to throw them across the room. Overall, though, this was a disappointing read. For the first few chapters I had no macxlister what was going on, and then once I understood I kept thinking to myself how stupid the concept was. I pushed down the skitter of repugnance as it rippled down my back, and rummaged around the dusty recesses of my brain for any knowledge of first aid techniques.
You have to make officer.