Allie is an
elf who doesn’t fit in anywhere. Her magical abilities are
practically nil, she’s barely tolerated by the family who took
her in when her parents died. To add insult to injury, her
blood tastes like crap according to some vampires. Ready to
make a change and leave her hometown but a little afraid to go
off on her own, Allie joins a pack of Rangers who agree to
escort her to surrounding towns. Rainth, the leader of the
pack (vroom, vroom – sorry, I couldn’t resist), knows he’s in
trouble once he meets Allie. But the real question is whether
he can convince Allie that he is in trouble without her?
The Trouble with Allie is a
delicious romp, filled with misadventure as naďve Allie
manages to get into trouble time and time again.
Unappreciated by her family and underappreciated by her
friend, Allie has a hard time believing that anyone,
especially someone like Rainth, would want her. And want her
he does, as do some others. I love the ending and as the
story concluded, I wished that I could find the same kind of
trouble Allie did.