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Memoirs of a Dragon Hunter (Dragon Hunter #1) by Katie MacAlister

Releases August 28, 2018


Dragon Hunter Wanted:

Sword supplied. No experience necessary.

One moment, I was a normal (if somewhat germaphobic) math teacher getting ready for summer vacation. Then my sister died in a pile of black ash, leaving me with a sword… and her destiny as dragon hunter. It turns out there’s a whole other world out there filled with demons, dragons, and spirits. Now my job is to protect mortals – and I haven’t got a clue what I’m doing.

Then there’s tattooed hotness Ian Iskander. Part dragon hunter and part demon, Ian’s got some seriously creepy business associates and keeps trying to steal my sword. So why do we keep getting lost in hungry, crazy-hot kisses? Ian is the only person who can help me figure out who – and what – I am. But trusting a half-demon is dangerous… because when you play with dragon fire, someone always gets burned.


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“Why can’t you recognize a demon when you see one?”

Veronica shrugged one shoulder. “Am I supposed to? If so, that’ll be one more thing to add to the list.”

“What list?”

“The list of things I want you to teach me. You said you’d do anything I asked, right? Well, I want you to teach me how to be a dragon hunter. How to fight like you did. And evidently, how to recognize demons. Do you normally have demons in your apartment? And why do you have so many animals? Did you used to run a pet shop, or are you simply an animal hoarder in the making?”

“They’re not mine. I have no time for animals,” he said sternly.

“Uh-huh. What’s that, then, a meat loaf?” Veronica nodded toward his chest.

Ian was startled to find that somehow, without being aware, he’d set down the cat and picked up a guinea pig and was now stroking it to the point where it was on its back, its four little feet waving in the air, making moans of pure guinea pig bliss. Hurriedly, he set the beast down and, just as swiftly, changed the subject.

“What do you mean you want to know how to fight?”

She pursed her lips, instantly drawing his attention to her mouth, and lips that he now realized were like ripe berries just waiting for him to taste their sweetness . . . He shook away such ridiculous thoughts, a bit astonished at them. He was not a fanciful man, nor particularly romantic. Lips, he told himself firmly, were just lips. There was nothing berry-like about them.

“Does that really matter? Helen said I should ask a dragon hunter if I needed help, and I do, so I’m asking nicely for it. If you are one of the good guys, aren’t you obligated to help me?”

“No,” he said simply, dragging his gaze from her fascinating mouth.

“No, you’re not one of the good guys, or no, you aren’t obligated to help?”

“Both. Neither. Possibly one of the two.” Her eyes were outstanding, true gray, but with flecks of silver and black within. He shook his head again, wondering what was wrong with him that he was allowing an attractive woman to so disorder his thoughts. “I will help you because that was our bargain, but only so long as you continue the pretense of a relationship.”

She pulled back a little, suspicion evident in her body language. “This wouldn’t be some weird-ass way to get me to kiss you, would it? Because I’m so not into that.”

“You don’t like to be touched, I know. I heard you the first time.”

“No, it’s not that.” Her cheeks pinkened a little, a fact that secretly amazed and delighted him. How long had it been since he’d made a woman blush? She made an abrupt, undefined gesture. “I mean, as kisses go, that kiss was okay. You didn’t make me want to barf or anything.”

“We shall be grateful for small blessings,” he said gravely, amused despite himself.


Katie MacAlister

With more than fifty books under her belt, Katie’s novels have been translated into numerous languages, been recorded as audiobooks, received several awards, and are regulars on the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists. A self-proclaimed gamer girl, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her dogs, and frequently can be found hanging around online. For more on Katie and her books, visit katiemacalister.com.


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