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M&K Tracking (Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker) (Volume 4) Paperback – March 2, 2014
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Maggie and Killian are fighting their biggest battle to date - a hellhole to the dark realm is on the verge of opening completely. Bad news - once the boundary is broken, all hell breaks loose. Literally. Demons and other unsavories will now have free passage to earth, where they can then cause chaos and mass destruction. Leave it to Maggie and Killian of M & K Tracking, formerly Mackay and Mackay, to figure it out.
I love Maggie and Killian's new partnership. Not only do they work so well together in business, they work great as friends with just a little dash of flirtation thrown in to make it seem like someday they will be more. I also love that no matter how much time Killian spends on earth, he still wears those damn man-tights. I always wonder why no one looks at him funny. He's wearing tights, for heaven's sakes. Tights!
Another interesting aspect was that Maggie got to spend some time in Killian's stomping grounds. They had to travel to the elf lands in order to track down a very important object, and I really enjoyed Killian on his home turf. I liked that some of his personal life was revealed, as there hasn't been much revealed so far to this point. I felt like we got to know Killian just a little better. The dragons were pretty neat, too. They weren't the sexed-up shape-shifting kind, they were normal - lizard like, fire breathing beasts. Just how I like 'em.
Definitely looking forward to the next installment of Maggie and Co., whenever that may be. I need more Killian (and his man-tights).
After a cryptic phone call warns Maggie not to take a job (which, of course, only ensures that she will *totally* take that job), M & K Tracking is forced to dive into a non-paying but world-saving gig once again. Sad about the money, but this one certainly took us to places we’ve never been before. Remember the Dark Dimension from previous books? Well it turns out that isn’t just the place where the genie went. There are horrible things that come out of there and they might be set loose if Maggie doesn’t continue to be the superhero that she’s determined to be.
On top of all the action-packed goodness, we also get a healthy dose of information about Killian and it is way more than just how much he wants Lacy (or Maggie… or really any hottie). While the big bad still lurks in the background, I am willing to take the small (OK, saving the world isn’t really small) wins and information gathering along the way. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of this foul-mouthed heroine and her saucy side-kick.
This book brings back the whole cast from the first book, including the grumpy Xiaoming and Father Killary, two of my favorite characters. We get to see more of the relationship between Maggie and Killian, as well as find out more about Killian's past and his home in the forest. (I have to say that I must have laughed for 15 minutes over Maggie's trip to see the Elf Queen).
If this is the first time you've looked at the Maggie MacKay series, while you could read this one without having read the others, I still recommend reading the first three. Every one of them is worth the price to buy them, and you will have a better understanding of Maggie's world and the characters that inhabit it.
Darn...now I have to wait for the next installment. Sigh...