My Wild Irish Dragon: Boston Dragons #2 by Ashlyn Chase

My Wild Irish Dragon: Boston Dragons #2 by Ashlyn Chase

Paranormal romance with fire-thriving shifters is on the blog today with the second book in the Boston Dragons series from Ashlyn Chase. The first I’ve read in this series, please read on for my review of

My Wild Irish Dragon

The Boston Fire Department has a long and storied history (as many do) with generations of family signing up to fight fires in their community.  In this story, two recruits are competing for a single position, but both of these recruits bring something special (and secret) to the table.

Chloe Arish is a Dragon shifter, so determined to win the position and get the gear that she faked documents and is ready to work twice as hard as any man to achieve her goal.  Stubborn, competitive, determined and wholly her own person, the BFD will have a hard time finding anyone more suited to the position.

Unless you look at legacy recruit Ryan Fiero, with a family of noted firemen and the ability to rise from the flames as he’s a Phoenix shifter.  Ryan’s everything the department is looking for, he knows the expectations, he is physically capable and born to the job.

But, both are hired and passed into the ranks…do they dare share the secrets that make them so perfect for the position?  SUCH a fun and funny story, with Ryan being all alpha-male with a touch of chauvinist, finding himself in need of saving by Chloe – the one person he had decided (in his own head) he needed to watch out for.

Oh they are delicious together and their connection sparks off the pages: this is not a slow-burner, both Ryan and Chloe jump off the pages and grab your attention, and just may scald you in the process in the best possible ways.  Especially when Chloe loses all patience with what she sees as overbearing behavior and checks his attitude and actions with moves of her own.  A wonderfully light and fun read, sure to bring a smile.

My Wild Irish Dragon: Boston Dragons #2 by Ashlyn Chase

Title: My Wild Irish Dragon
Author: Ashlyn Chase
Series: Boston Dragons #2
Genre: Contemporary Paranormal Romance, Dragons, Shifters
Published by: Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN: 1492610097
Published on: 6 September, 2016
Format:eARC
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
Pages: 352
Audio Length: 9 Hours: 16 minutes
Rated: four-stars
Heat: One FlameOne FlameOne Flame

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ONE JOB OPENING
TWO SHIFTERS APPLY...
SPARKS FLY

Dragon shifter Chloe Arish is hell-bent on becoming a Boston firefighter. She uses her Irish charm and fake documents to score an interview, knowing she has to work every bit as hard as a man-harder if she wants their respect.

Born into a legendary Boston firefighting family, phoenix shifter Ryan Fiero can't possibly let someone best him on the training course or the job. He'd never hear the end of it. When a feisty new recruit comes along who's determined to do just that, Ryan plots to kick her out-until their sizzling chemistry turns explosive...

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A copy of this title was provided via Publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

 

About Ashlyn Chase

Ashlyn Chase was a registered nurse for twenty years.  During those years she wrote articles for professional journals and a thesis, but eventually, thank goodness, discovered the joy and freedom of writing fiction.

Ashlyn considers herself lucky.  Her degree in behavioral sciences is a combination of psychology and sociology, so she has studied people most of her life.   She doesn't have to write out exhaustive character sketches to understand her characters or predict how they will behave.  That doesn't mean they don't surprise her.  Sometimes they take her on grand unexpected journeys.

Ashlyn has learned to go with the flow.  To enjoy the journey is not only one of her writing goals, but also a challenge in life.  She tries to follow where the story takes her.  Her identified theme involves characters who reinvent themselves.  And why not?  She has reinvented herself numerous times—from artist, to nurse, to hypnotherapist, to author, and she has lived in seventeen different places.  At last, she's all settled down and comfy in New England.

Is there a grand design or do we decide our own fates?  Perhaps if the powers-that-be have a plot, then they also give us the right to revise it.

 

 

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