- xtra dog - Jun-16-2011 Everytime I read this, I think its a brilliant way to describe families - well done Anna (with help from KG! Malicious Pursuit is equal parts action, adventure and, yes, thriller. I've been a KG fan since the Shaken-Stirred series, and Malicious Pursuit is definitely another jewel in her crown!!! - Michelle - Aug 21st, 2003 This story is just awesome!!! I was actually sweating while reading the last two parts. - Anonymous - Nov-11-2008 I couldn't wait to buy this in paperback! so calling it a thriller, even against the wishes of the author, does not make me feel guilty.. - May 18th, 2003 Mulligan, plus the three sequels to same, are all good reads.
Had real tears flowing and a nice warm fuzzy feeling, too! not so much whilst reading on a sunny day in June, though.. I am so looking forward to the 4th book being released mid-October - Cool Nik - Oct-03-2010 Great series. I read Road from Kilimanjaro and Shaken and I loved those stories. Tension, romance, intrigue, mystery, compassion, tenderness, friendship, love..the good stuff we crave in our Ubers.
This story was written for the 2004 Valentine's Special at the Royal Academy of Bards. - chrissyboo2 - Jan 26th, 2005 This is a very cute story and well written. I liked both characters and how the story unfolded. I give this Bard and all of her incredibly well written stories a 10 star rating!
Would like to see more from these two - Amanda - Feb-05-2010 Very cute! KG nailed the characterizations, and there was a terrific slant to this story which I don't recall being brought up in other M/J FF. KG showing her stuff quite well outside of the Uber world, and I welcome the momentary change. - Anonymous - Dec 3rd, 2002 Before I actually let you all know how wonderfully written this Mel and Janice story is, I would like to point out that this bard is actually KG Mac Gregor not KC Mac Gregor.
KG nailed the characterizations, and there was a terrific slant to this story which I don't recall being brought up in other M/J FF. KG showing her stuff quite well outside of the Uber world, and I welcome the momentary change. - Anonymous - Dec 3rd, 2002 Really loved this new Mel and Janice story - ALOT!
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- Lyn B - Feb-23-2011 really felt the expectationsof the main character building so very good title.. I would read the phone book if KG Mac Gregor was the author of it.
Mac Gregor has other great stories for everyone to sink their teeth into.
All profits from the book go to benefit youth sports. - Lyn B - Feb-23-2011 and how pitiful minds run businesses.. - Anonymous - May-26-2011 Great, well written story as always.
This story appears in 'Telltale Kisses,' a short-story anthology edited by Stephanie Solomon-Lopez & Medora Mac Dougall. - freebush - Jun-21-2009 Link to e-reader files is broken - Anonymous - May-01-2010 I liked this short story. A sequel would have been nice to catch up on the two ladies.
I started reading this and got a kidney stone and still wanted to read. Watching their lives unfold was very realistic and very well written. - Lyn B - Feb-28-2011 excellent story - I didn't see that one coming! - Mysfyt - Apr-09-2011 Just read this for the second time. I would recommend this bard for whatever story she wishes to grace our Universe with, but I hope the little name typo can get fixed so that people will know that Ms.
My favorite part is the little chapter end comments. I will check in again after I have read every story posted. - nicky in durham - Aug 25th, 2003 I have been a KG Mac Gregor fan since the Shaken/Stirred series and I have got to say her stories just keep getting better and better!!! The romantic tension KG builds keeps you on the edge of your seat and the chemistry between Paula and Wynne is positively electric!!! I loved how the relationship built between Wynne and Paula. These are some of the best written fan fiction stories on the internet bar none.
- xtra dog - Mar-17-2012 Sweet and tender story ... LOL at the descriptions it gives us of matches made in hell or at least in purgatory. Mac Gregor has other great stories for everyone to sink their teeth into.