Sunday Guest Star: Jennifer Ashley!

Cheyenne: Thanks so much for asking me to blog today!

What I decided to do was introduce myself and my books and then do some giveaways!

I’m Jennifer Ashley, and I write a bunch of different series (in a couple of different names):

Riding Hard (Contemp Westerns—hot cowboy stunt riders)

Mackenzies (Historicals—hot Scots in kilts)

Shifters Unbound (paranormal romance—hot shapeshifters!)

The Stormwalker series (as Allyson James; urban fantasy, starring a hot dragon hero)

The Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries (as Ashley Gardner—these are mysteries with a romance thread, and yes, the hero is hot).

If you like things uber-hot (that’s really, really, really hot), I also have the Tales of the Shareem series, about men who are created solely for the pleasure of women. (A lot of people like this series for some reason… Book 1 is Rees)

It happens that I have three current releases in three of these series:

1_1JA_CARTERCarter (Riding Hard, book 3). Riding Hard revolves around the Campbell family of stunt riders, set in Hill Country, Texas, in the fictional town of Riverbend (near a bend in the Colorado River).

Carter isn’t a Campbell though, he’s a foster brother adopted out of the gang territories of Houston—he came to the Circle C ranch on a foster kid program when he was a teen and stayed. Carter now has a daughter he’s raising by himself (with the help of his four brothers), and he’s in love with the town sweetheart—Grace–the girl way too good for the bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks. When trouble comes in the form of Carter’s past, only Grace can help him out.

The Stolen Mackenzie Bride: A book in the Mackenzies series—a dysfunctional Scottish family (but can be read as a standalone):1_1JA_StolenFinal350

Malcolm Mackenzie, one of the five wild sons of the Duke of Kilmorgan, spies Lady Mary
Lennox across a ballroom—she’s a proper young Englishwoman who is engaged to an English lord. The trouble is, the uprising surrounding Bonnie Prince Charlie is about to happen and Mary’s father and fiance are staunch supporters of the English side. Mal must find a way to capture Mary for himself, before Mary’s family and his can tear them apart. This book earned a starred review in Booklist (the best they give), and a Top Pick in RT Bookreviews.

1_1_JA_the-thames-river-murdersThe Thames River Murders (Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries, Book 10): Captain Lacey is an army officer injured in the Peninsula, who started investigating puzzles as a way to take his mind of his troubles when he returned to London burned out and broke.

Now he’s newly married, and has a daughter (from previous marriage) about to make her debut. He’s currently being threatened by a blackmailer whose threats turn physical; meanwhile, a friend in the Thames River Police has asked Lacey to help him solve a cold-case crime—the only evidence being a woman’s skeleton retrieved from the river ten years ago. Lacey has his hands full, but his society dandy friend, Grenville; the master criminal, James Denis; and his wife, Lady Breckenridge are happy to help out.

Another Mackenzie story is coming in November (Mackenzie Clan Gathering), which revisits the characters from The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie ten years on, with more romance and mayhem in store.

To win any book from any series you might like (print or e-), simply answer in the comments which type of romance you like to read and why. That’s it!

For a look at all my books and series, check out: (Jennifer Ashley/ Allyson James) and (Ashley Gardner)

Thanks again, Chey!

Don’t forget to check out Chey’s current Westerns, which are awesome!

Jennifer Ashley


aka Allyson James

aka Jennifer Ashley

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jennifer Ashley has lived and traveled all over the world, and now lives in the Southwest. She writes historical, paranormal, and contemporary romance as Jennifer Ashley; mysteries as Ashley Gardner; and paranormal romance and urban fantasy as Allyson James.

Jennifer’s/Allyson’s/Ashley’s more than 83 novels and novellas have won RWA’s RITA award, the Golden Quill, RT Reviewer’s Choice awards, and the Prism award, among others. Jennifer’s novels have been also been translated into French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, Norwegian, Hungarian, Italian, Thai, and other languages.

Jennifer enjoys writing and reading above all else, but her hobbies include cooking, hiking, playing flute and guitar, painting, and building miniature rooms and dollhouses.

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About cheymccray

Cheyenne McCray is an award winning, New York Times and USA Today Best Selling author who is a rare native Arizonan but refuses to be put behind glass as an endangered species. In her spare time she loves to torture characters--whether they're misbehaving or not—and kill off deserving individuals. She also totally gets off on blowing things up. All fictionally, of course. She'd rather chew glass than write sweet and sugary. Give her a hideous demon or particularly nasty villain to slay any day. Cheyenne enjoys creating stories of love, suspense, and redemption—in some cases. She enjoys building worlds her readers can get lost in. Hopefully they'll find their way out, but stranger things have been known to happen. If you would like to find out what odd and unusual things Cheyenne is up to these days, cruise her website any time, take a look at the bizarrely normal yet strange FAQs, and even drop her a line or two. Just not too hard—those things hurt. You might even learn a few things about that kinky author, Jaymie Holland. (Just don't tell Cheyenne's mom.

29 thoughts on “Sunday Guest Star: Jennifer Ashley!

  1. I love all romance books, the only requirement I have is it has to have a HEA or a HFN ending. Don’t like cliffhangers, if the main story has an ending but the series plot is carried on I will read them. Love all your books. Thank you‼️

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  2. I must vouch for all your heroes. They are definitely all HOT! Everything I’ve ever read by any of your alter egos has been amazing. For any reading mood I’m in, you always have something that hits the spot!

    Can I be you when I grow up?

    Oh, wait, this growing up thing is over rated. Lol

    just saw your blog and thought I’d pop by and say hello.

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  3. I love the historical hot Scottish boy’s, but I also have something for really hot cowboys. I cannot wait to read one of your books. I have been looking for a new author to read.

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  4. I love historicals. They were the stories that got me reading for fun when I was young. I hated history class because all my teachers forced us to memorize dates and maps and all I wanted was the stories of the people. The everyday lives, not just the battles.

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  5. I really enjoy suspense romance because I like the excitement of the thriller and a love story good or bad together. I also really enjoy Paranormal romances, because I love Fantasy characters and the struggles they have to endure to usually end up together.

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  6. I enjoy historicals-love the Mackenzies!-, paranormal, and romantic suspense, Mcray’s lawmen are a perfect example, lol! As long as there is an HEA I’m set!

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  7. I love romances; historical, contemporary, Regency, western, paranormal. But they must have a happy ending. I don’t want to be crying because the sister of the heroine died. 🙂 I can’t wait to read the next Captain Lacey mystery and The Mackenzies are favorites too.

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  8. I tend to bounce around in my reading. I will read contemporary for awhile and then feel like reading historical novels, and I will stay there until I feel like a paranormal read. I have all your shape shifter books, but am a little behind. 😃

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