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"A shot glass full of awesomesauce." -The Dark Side of the Covers
She just wanted to pay her rent, but vampires came after her family. This magical tracker is about to tear the world a new portal.
When monsters show up in Los Angeles, Maggie MacKay is is the one you call to haul them back to the dimension where they belong.
But when a mysterious elf saves her from a vampire attack, a whole new world is about to be opened to her. The scope of her tracking business is about to expand interdimensionally...
Come along with Maggie, her elfin sidekick Killian, and her crazy family in this USA Today bestseller for a snarky urban fantasy adventure.
WARNING: This book contains cussing, brawling, and unladylike behavior. Proceed with caution.
Enjoyable bit of fun.
The characters are very entertaining and well described. It's amusing, full of action and has an intriguing storyline.
There are some very funny moments such as when Killian (the elf) had passed a compliment to Maggie. 'I suddenly felt very awkward. So I lobbed the bagel at his head.'
Rather ironic that Maggie doesn't bat an eyelid when confronted by vampires but is almost a quivering wreck when she has to visit her mother. Somehow, that was very easy to relate to!
Xiaoming, a very grumpy Chinese gentleman was probably my favourite character, although it's a pretty closely run race.
Well worth a read if you don't mind Maggie's somewhat prolific bad language, usually directed at the long-suffering Killian!