Light Urban Fantasy
Rating: 5 Cups
Merry MacKenzie is looking forward to her freedom. She has been the one person her father and brother could rely on since the death of her mother when she was a teenager. She wants to live the wild city life before she meets the man of her dreams and settles down. What does she do when he walks in the door on her first day in the city?
Jason Falco has searched for his special one for many years. He never expects to find her as one of the tenants in his new apartment building. Is it fate, or does someone else have a plan?
There is more to the meeting of Jason Falco and Merry MacKenzie. Will they learn their secrets before it is too late, and will they be able to face the secrets and each other?
Strange Neighbors is a riot a minute. The story has a merry cast of characters. Ghosts haunting the apartment across the hall, the vampire from the basement, the werewolf on the second floor, the hunky celebrity in the penthouse, his aunt/apartment manager aptly named Dottie, and one innocent nurse who has no idea what she has gotten herself into. Come along for a wild ride through the daily lives of the inhabitants of the building owned by pro-baseball player Jason Falco. The writing style of Ashlyn Chase is very unique with the perfect blend of serious and hilarious. I found Strange Neighbors well worth the read and was excited to find another talented writer to add to my to-be-on-the-lookout-for list.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More