Thursday, September 1, 2016

ARC Review: My Wild Irish Dragon by Ashlyn Chase

My Wild Irish Dragon
Author: Ashlyn Chase
Series: Boston Dragons (Book 2)
Publication: Sourcebooks Casablanca (September 6, 2016)

Description: ONE JOB OPENING

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 Fierro 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...

My Thoughts: This was another fun paranormal romance. Chloe is a dragon who is living in Boston and who decides that she can best contribute to life by becoming a fire fighter. It helps that she is fireproof. However, she is competing for the opening with Ryan Fierro who comes from a well-known Boston firefighting family. He happens to be a phoenix.

Chloe and Ryan turn their rivalry into a romance when both are accepted into the fire department, assigned to the same company, and assigned to the same shift. Neither knows about the other's paranormal ability though. Chloe has to deal with one of the firefighters who apparently doesn't like female firefighters but otherwise work goes smoothly - until Ryan "dies" in a fire.

I liked getting to see some of the characters from earlier books in this series including Chloe's brother and his girlfriend. I really like it when Mother Earth made her appearances in the story. I liked Chloe's assertiveness especially when dealing with her cousin Aiden who is determined that they should marry to prevent the dragons from going extinct.

There was a great combination of humor and spicy romance in this fast paced addition to the Boston Dragons series.

Favorite Quote:
He tried to get back his swagger. "That's what the Internet is for."

Her sexy smirk appeared. "Oh, is that what it's for? I thought it was for porn, pictures of kittens, and shopping."
I got this eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. You can buy your copy here.

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