Chase's Fire Book Cover Chase's Fire
SevenOaks Guardians Book 2
Casey Wyatt
Paranormal Fantasy Romance
Soul Mate Publishing, LLC
June 19, 2019

Druid in training Chase Rockwell has had his fill of the supernatural after a harrowing demon possession. Unfortunately, as a SevenOaks Guardian, laying low isn’t part of the job description. But when a sexy, thoughtful, and irresistible librarian moves into Haven Falls, it isn’t long before trouble finds them both.

Alice Carver is on a mission to locate antique books for an enigmatic employer to pay for her ailing sister’s medical treatments. The only problem: Alice is a magnet for chaos. No matter how careful she is, her knack for knowing the truth causes unintended consequences. She’d hate for Chase, the town’s bad boy, to learn about her “quirk” and run like everyone else.

After a volatile ghost terrorizes innocent citizens, Chase and Alice are the only ones who know the truth. A malevolent force has set up shop in their sleepy town and it won’t rest without a fight. Trust doesn’t come easy for either of them, but if they can’t work together, not only are they risking their hearts, but Haven Falls will never be the same.

Reviewed By Aethena Drake 

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

Chase’s Fire is a fantasy romance with a dash of action and dynamic characters.  Alice is a quirky librarian with some hidden talents.  Chase is an angst fueled druid with a need to atone for the chaos he has inadvertently caused in the past.  These two characters are on an inevitable collision course that could have dire consequences for the town of Haven Falls


I enjoyed getting to know Alice’s quirky personality, and I worried about Chase’s self -destructive inclinations.  The author did a great job of creating some interesting characters.  I also appreciated the way the author worked to establish equal standing in terms of power development.  


This is the second book in the series, but it can be read as a stand alone.  The author offers plenty of background information for the reader who hasn’t devoured the first book yet.  Like most prolific readers, I enjoy rereading an entire series, but sometimes, you just want to read the new book now!  


Most of this book was pretty well edited and proofread.  One error was a bit frustrating for anyone who has a technical background involving structures and buildings.  Alice was supposed to be wearing a pendant not a pendant.  Sigh.  Auto correct can be a useful tool, and it can be a handicap.  Not unlike Alice’s pendant…


I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a fantasy romance with druids, ghosts, and some adventure.