Strange Neighbors (Strange Neighbors #1)
Sexy Jason seems like the perfect fling, but newly independent nurse Merry's not sure she's ready to trust him with her heart...A multi-published eBook author, Ashlyn Chase specializes in characters who reinvent themselves, having reinvented herself numerous times. She has worked as a psychiatric... show more
Sexy Jason seems like the perfect fling, but newly independent nurse Merry's not sure she's ready to trust him with her heart...A multi-published eBook 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.
Publish date: June 1st 2010
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Strange Neighbors (#1)
This has got to be one of the whackiest books I’ve read in a long time. Yes, the dialogue left much to be desired. Yes, the way the author used said dialogue to give us a full description of the apartment Merry was moving into and an understanding of Jason’s lifestyle pre-Merry (amonsgt other things...
The concept of this book is great. I loved the idea that the apartment building seemed to attract kindred souls, even if some of them didn’t realize the others were there. However, the execution of the story fell short in my estimation, but I’ll save that for later. Let me share a little about the e...
Merry is a nurse who finally moves out of her fathers’ house, she moves into an apartment and meets baseball player/werewolf Jason. While the two start a romance the other tenants try and help the two stay together. Merry was completely oblivious to things that were right in front of her face. Jason...
This one is a hard one for me to rate (I gave it a 3, then changed it to a 2). There were some things I liked (the witches and their phone sex business and the variety of characters and their various personalities), things I didn't (Chad and Dottie= annoying, and the fact that certain characters wo...
This book read like a bad fanfiction - poorly written prose, weak characters and constant moments of being pulled completely out of the story by some language or detail that simply didn't fit. I thought I would flounce but I stuck it out. I can't say I'd ever read any of the other books in the serie...