Jayce Fierro is part of a legendary Boston firefighting family
of phoenix shifters. Hiding his true form makes being in a
relationship rather difficult. Meeting the beautiful Lieutenant
Kristine Scott of the New York City Fire Department and
knowing he can’t have her only makes things worse.
Dragon shifter Kristine can’t stop thinking about fun, flirty
Jayce and his teasing smile. A relationship could never work-
not with the distance between them, and definitely not with
her shifter secret. But when Kristine lands herself in a blaze
of trouble and secrets are revealed, Jayce will do whatever it
takes to help-whether or not the feisty, stubborn New Yorker
wants him to.
Boston Dragons Series (3 books)
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Ashlyn Chase has been a registered nurse for 20 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 worked with and studied people most of her life.
She never has 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. For her, it gives
"character driven novels" a whole new meaning.
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
so she tries to follow where the story takes her. As such, she
has lived in 17 different places over the years. 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. Ashlyn has certainly made detours on
her path, but she thinks she's better for it. She's having fun
at any rate and hopes that if she enjoys the journey, so will
those around her—including her readers.