Ashlyn Chase's Strange Neighbors brings a fresh twist to
this funny romance! Chase is able to mix a little from all
walks of paranormal life into one funny page turner.
Finally out on her own, in a new city, Merry is setting
out for fun, freedom, and new adventures. Only what Merry
doesn't realize is that she never has to leave home. Merry
has found an apartment with the strangest of neighbors. It
all begins with the ladies upstairs, more specifically
with the strangely erotic voices and noises that come from
their apartment at all hours of the day and night. Then
there's the mortician in the basement and his pet? Down
the hall, Merry finds the strangely quiet, yet big man.
And what building would be without the maintenance man,
who doesn't seem to be able to maintain. Then of course we
have his wife, who always seems to be right around the
corner or on the other side of the door involving herself
in everyone's business. Last, but not least, I could never
exclude the top floor resident. Jason, who just happens to
be the extremely do-able building owner!
Jason is a pro-baseball player, who has never lacked for
attention. There has always been someone trying to chase
him down; either the paparazzi, a over zealous fan, or a
reporter trying to get a story. Ever the playboy, Jason
isn't thinking about settling down. But, one look at Merry
and Jason finds himself
hoping for more, dreaming of more, wanting more than he
has ever dared before. Maybe, just maybe this time he has
found someone that won't just be courting his bankbook...
Can Merry trust the former playboy with her heart?
Can Jason trust Merry with his secret, a secret that no
one outside his family knows?
Strange Neighbors provided me with a refreshingly funny
story for paranormal. Strange Neighbors proved to me that
the book and Chase are not members of the darker half of
the genre. The story was light, elegant, and very well
written. I absolutely loved the way that Chase was able to
toss an element from each paranormal all under one roof.
The results were dynamic, steamy, and hilarious! Strong
supporting characters have left me wondering on the second
book...I want to know everyone else's stories! Sure to be a
When all–star pitcher and shapeshifter Jason Falco
buys a small apartment building, he sees it not only as an
investment but as a place to escape the demands of Major
That is, until he meets his tenants—a sarcastic
unemployed vigilante vampire; a wereraven with a morbid
sense of humor; a super friendly salesman werewolf; and two
witches with an owl familiar who work as phone sex
actresses. Not to mention a ghost haunting the place and an
all too human nurse he'd like to get to know better. But
with all the hooting, howling and hollering going on, how's
an all American shapeshifter supposed to sweep a girl off