You Slay Me by Katie MacAlister
All Aisling Grey had to do was deliver a centuries old, gold dragon statue to her uncle’s client in Paris, but instead she finds the woman murdered and a strange, sexy man lingering nearby. Drake Vireo claims to be with Interpol, but before Aisling can verify this, he, along with the statue, disappears. Now the French police’s prime suspect in the case, Aisling must figure out who really killed the woman and exactly where Drake disappeared to with her artifact. Aisling’s efforts to clear her name become even more complicated once she learns she is a Guardian (as in guarding the portals to hell), and dishy Drake is a real-life dragon (otherwise known as wyvern). Scouring Paris’ occult community for clues, Aisling, armed with a crabby demon in the shape of a Newfoundland dog, finds herself not only mixed up in murder and magic but also tangling and tangoing with a sexy dragon. Graced with MacAlister’s signature sharp wit and fabulously fun characters, this paranormal romance is wickedly sensual and irresistibly amusing. (Amazon.com)
I read this one in July of 2008 and remember it being a fun, light read. Jim, the Newfoundland demon, was an absolute hoot.
First published in 2004. 1st in Aisling Grey: Guardian series.
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