Wednesday, July 26, 2017

•٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠• Review PreRelease & Giveaway For Never Dare a Dragon (Boston Dragons #3) By Ashlyn Chase •٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠•

Never Dare a Dragon 
(Boston Dragons #3) 
By Ashlyn Chase
Expected publication: August 1st 2017 
By Sourcebooks Casablanca

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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.

Wow that was HOT! Lol sorry but I had to. But seriously this
 was one hell of a book. I loved it so much I have to get the 
other books. It was well-written and factually accurate for 
firefighters.  And then there was the passion to.

This is Jayce and Kristen's story. He is a Phoenix, how 
unusual for a story to have one. It was really intriguing as to
 how if they die they have to go through the aging process all
 over. Imagine having a conversation with your guy as he 
was as a kid.(I know we think they revert there sometimes,
 but imagine he's eight again or even a teen) would not want
 to explain the concept of no all over again. Well when things
 go bad Kirsten has to do just that. I never laughed so much 
with a book. Things just did not seem to be in her favor. But 
I have to admit Gia was my favorite in the book. Never talk
 bad about Mother Nature she just may be listening and you
 don't want to make her mad. Man I cannot wait for the next
 book. At least I have 2 others to read in the mean time.

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you 
enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, 
please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it 
when you do; they value your opinions too

The rest of the dinner went well. In fact, Kristine was surprised by how well it was going. She hadn’t dated a guy like Jayce in a long time. Their connection seemed to be almost instantaneous. It was just too bad he was a firefighter—and lived three hours away as the Acela train flies. Actually, a quick plane ride would reduce the commute to only an hour and a half, but the hassle and time it took to go through security would make the trip even longer.
Walking down the wide sidewalks of Times Square, hand in hand, sure made her feel as if the trip might be worth the hassle. His hand was warm and rough. For once she wasn’t concerned that hers were the same way. No hand cream could stand up to a firefighters’ routine. Wet gloves, rough weather, unbearable heat… All of that detracted from the soft, supple skin she longed for.
They had decided over dinner to visit the top of the Empire State Building. Jayce had never been there before, and Kristine had only visited with friends—never a date. It was supposed to be romantic. She’d never understood why. Probably because her cynical ex-boyfriend thought it was hokey. As she glanced over at Jayce, he glanced back, and they smiled. One thing she wasn’t seeing in him was a city dweller’s pessimism. Its absence was a refreshing change.
Eventually, they arrived at their destination, and as luck—or the stars aligning at the right moment—would have it, they stepped into an elevator with no one right behind them. The doors whooshed closed while they were still alone.
She spun toward Jayce with a hand over her mouth. “I guess that wasn’t very nice of me. I probably should have waited.”
He stepped right into her space. “I’m glad you didn’t.”
As the elevator began to ascend, he leaned in and captured her mouth with his firm lips. She looped her arms around his neck, and he pulled her close. She immediately opened her mouth, and their tongues found each other and swirled together. Kristine wasn’t at all sure her light-headed feeling was due to the elevator traveling so fast. Unfortunately, she felt as if she were falling instead.
Don’t think about it. Whatever happens happens… She seemed to have found a new mantra. She heard the ding of the elevator doors opening, and they were greeted by chuckles and a wolf whistle.
“Yeah, yeah…” Jayce said, but he was grinning and holding Kristine’s hand as they made their way off the elevator.
When they spotted a space at the building’s edge that was fairly deserted, they walked over to it with no hesitation.
“You’re not afraid of heights, I guess…” Jayce said to her.
She laughed. “I’d be in deep trouble if I were.” Not only was she a firefighter in a company that specialized in high-rises, but she was a full-fledged, fire-breathing, wing-soaring dragon. She could hover at this height and enjoy the view.
Speaking of enjoying the view…
Jayce turned his back on the dazzling city lights and kissed her knuckles as he stared into her eyes. She felt as if her insides were melting. A deep shimmer in his eyes must have been reflecting the lights. Or not. His eyes seemed to glow for a moment, and then he quickly turned back toward the city.
She took her first good look at the city lights as well. Dear Lord. At last she realized why people thought this place was romantic. At night, so many lights against the velvet black sky were more beautiful than Christmas. Some even seemed to twinkle like stars. Below, white headlights and red taillights trailed through the landscape, but the sounds of the city were far away.
A chilly breeze ruffled her hair. Jayce enveloped her in a side hug. If she felt a chill, it was forgotten in favor of his warm, strong body alongside hers. Everywhere they touched, merging heat radiated through her. Wow. How she’d missed this! Or had she ever had this feeling?
Good Lord, Kristine… Get ahold of yourself!
“So, Jayce… What do you think of the view from up here?”
He turned her toward him and said, “I think the view right in front of me is as beautiful as it gets.” Leaning in, he delivered another toe-curling kiss, and she realized she was a goner.

Boston Dragons Series (3 books)

·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠· Ashlyn Chase·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·

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.

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