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Ashley Brion

Renowned Author

Bonjour! Ashley Brion has always been enthusiastic about writing, and she is privileged to have turned their passion into a thriving career as a professional author. Read on to find samples of their work, a detailed bio, and more.

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Who is Ashley?

Ashley Brion's ancestry hails from Paris, France and Suffolk, England. Ashley has three degrees, two being Master's degrees in English and Creative Writing. She specializes in all types of romance, mainly focusing in historical romance and dabbles in horror and dark fantasy. Ashley is an autistic author who is proud to be a member of the Rainbow mafia and a POC advocate. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, painting, gaming, attending reenactments with her Civil War regiment, reading books on historical events throughout the world, and loves having a glass of sake or red wine at night along with playing with her pets.

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The Black Rogue

August 7, 2021

Tryniti Brooke de Lauront was formidable, beautiful, and a member of the French royal family. She hid a dark secret that only her family knew: she was the fearsome pirate The Black Rogue who sailed the seven seas as the most dangerous swashbuckler of her era. When she gets a letter from her uncle, King Louis XVI, that she needs to return home immediately to marry and take over the French throne, her entire world is thrown into chaos.

Captain Sean Reilly is the owner of a merchant ship company in London and loves sailing the sea on his own terms. As he is sailing home for a summons by King Louis XVI he encounters the ruthless pirate The Black Rogue. Making it out alive, he realizes there's something familiar and striking about the most feared pirate of the 18th century.

The Black Rogue sets sail on a tale of love, betrayal, and sparks are flying more than just cannonfire.

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"I'm content with the fact that I made a decent effort. That's what I've always worried about: that I wouldn't try hard enough."

Jack Nicholson

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