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Never Dare a Dragon (Boston Dragons) Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2017
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An award winning author, Ashlyn Chase specializes in characters who reinvent themselves, having reinvented herself numerous times. She has worked as a psychiatric nurse, and for the Red Cross, and has a degree in behavioral sciences. She lives with her true-life hero husband in beautiful New Hampshire.
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Jayce is a phoenix shifter and works as a firefighter in Boston. He meets Kristine, also a firefighter but in New York, and she is a dragon shifter. I enjoyed their banter in the beginning. Their flirting was great and I felt they had something starting. Kristine is in New York, though, and Jayce is in Boston. Unfortunately, their romance never really got off the ground.
Long distance relationships are hard. Jayce does go to NY to see if there is anything to this "thing". While there, there are all sorts of drama that takes center stage away from this couple's romance. Because of that, I never got invested in them, and their romance doesn't gain any traction. I didn't feel any real chemistry either. There was never a OMG they need to be together type of feeling for me. For the types of shifters that each were, you would have thought they would have had some type of heated intensity that I felt was missing.
That's not to say it wasn't a good read. It just wasn't great. At times it lulled and seemed to have too much explanation that I just tuned it out and started to skim. Maybe you will see it differently, but when everything went down and the ending was here, I was left wanting more.
3.5 Stars/3.5 Flames
I was gifted this book for an honest review. The review and ratings are solely my opinions.
Jayce is the latest Fierro to get the focus of their own story. We met them all in the previous book, but we get to see it all happen from his (and Kristine’s) perspective. Who knew that meeting a girl at your brother’s fake funeral could start off an epic romance? Kristine is a dragon shifter who happened to be attending said funeral without any understanding of the paranormal undercurrents. Sure, she was appalled by the fact that Jayce wanted to flirt at his brother’s funeral, but she ended up writing it off as his own way of processing grief. She is, however, very happy to see him walk into her firehouse without warning.
These two have some sizzling chemistry (haha, fire paranormals, haha) but that part of the story can kind of be predicted. I liked the general lightheartedness you can practically feel jumping off the page when Jayce and Kristine interact. Yes, there are some darker stories at play, where Kristine is forced to do some not-really-good things, but the overall story is their budding romance. Can two paranormals from firehouses in different states make it work? Well, yeah, this is a solid HEA, but well worth the trouble it takes to get there. I especially liked watching them try to cross their paranormal divide.