Book Review: Sparks Fly by Katie MacAlister

Sparks Fly
Light Dragons #3
Author: Katie MacAlister
Reading Level: Adult
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Released: May 1st 2012
Review Source: Signet
Available: Amazon

Summary: (from goodreads) Hell hath no fury like a ticked-off dragon… 

Ysolde de Bouchier has a lot on her plate, which isn’t unusual considering her Light Dragon mate Baltic is still at odds with just about everyone, starting with his former guard Thala and her outlaw posse, right down to his dragon god father. Ysolde herself fairs no better, since the First Dragon has her in his sights as well, demanding that she right past wrongs…and her time to do that is quickly running out.

With the help of some familiar friends, Ysolde sets into motion an elaborate plan that will have repercussions throughout the mortal and immortal worlds. But when a member of her family is held hostage, no one is safe from the fire of her rage.

I came late to the series, starting on this 3rd installment, you could say I started reading at the end. I really believe is a must to read the previous books to understand and identify with some of the characters previously introduced in them. The book is light and fun to read, the characters are quirky and outlandish with a perfect balance to keep the book enjoyable.

Ysolde is still working to gain her power back while she is also suppose to solve a riddle to make things right as expected by the First Dragon. This is no easy task since her mate, Baltic a light dragon that is at odds with everyone and everything is definitely not helping at all, only the kidnapping of her son makes them join forces to become a force to recon with.

I liked the story a lot, but again will like to emphasize that it would be to your advantage to start from the first book in the series if you are new to this series like I was and it will make this book the more fun and enjoyable to read.


  1. Have you read other books by her? I find that a lot of her books have the same feel to them, similar fast-paced talking heroines, etc.

  2. Definitely best to start at the very beginning with the first set of her dragons (Aisling Grey Guardian). Each of the mini series in her dragon books build on each other and make it so much easier to understand whats going on :) Can't wait to read this one!


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