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I’m the President of Hells Fire. You’d think I’d have my shit together. I don’t. I miss my old life. The one that was happy and full of light. This one is dark and full of regret. I lost my family many years ago. It took everything away from me. I hated myself, blamed myself. Unexpected company shows up at my clubhouse and my world starts to shift. Things look a little better until I find out I’m now up against the Chief of Police in our area. It doesn’t matter though. I will make things right. Whether or not this fixes what I’ve done in the past, someone’s future will be better.
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Tell us about Taming Dragon HELLS FIRE MC Book 4.
This is the 4th and last book in the Hells fire series. It’s all about Dragon and his fight with his past. It was a rough one. He decided to focus on his club and be the leader they needed until some unexpected things happen.
What initially inspired you to write Taming Dragon HELLS FIRE MC Book 4?
Music! I’m always inspired with music and Dragon was no different.
Tell us little about the characters in Taming Dragon HELLS FIRE MC Book 4.
Dragon is a strong person. He had to be. He lost a lot in his past and overcome it. The female lead in Dragon’s story is just as strong as he is but doesnt really see it at first.
What was the hardest part of writing this book?
I’d say ending it. I knew it was the last in the series and that’s always hard.
What was your favorite chapter (or part) to write and why?
When Dragon meets his female lead. I think it was an eye opener for him.
What are your future project(s)?
I have more darker books coming out and a new MC series called Knights of Sin. That MC will get a little more personal and deal with some heavier issues.
Is there anything else you would like to tell the readers about this book/series?
Just that i hope you enjoy it!
I kick my feet up on the coffee table that the girls have brought into the lobby. I swear this shit gets more and more girly by the day. If the guys didn’t enjoy it so much, I’d make them stop, but I guess there’s still a soft spot in me.
“Don’t act like you haven’t heard a word I’ve said Dragon! This is serious.” Wiley, the cop we have on payroll, paces in front of me. It’s slightly amusing, too.
“What was the question again?” I ask in a cocky tone. Cocking my head to the side, Wiley’s face reddens. It’s hysterical. There’s a vein in the side of his neck that pulses when he’s pissed. I would know, I piss him off a lot!
“Do you have any idea how many bodies we had to clean up from your little alley adventure?” Alley adventure? That was a good one.
“Are we talkin’ a guess, or do you want straight numbers?” There it goes, that vein.
“Goddamn it!” I laugh as Wiley tugs at his hair. It’s funny to see just how much of a rise I can get out of that guy.
“Twelve. There was twelve. Feel better?” I ask, his eyes jerk to mine and hold there. Something’s off in them.
Wiley shakes his head when I ask, “What?”
There better have been twelve. I know there was when we left.
“There was only eleven,” he states. Plucking the cigarette from my mouth, I shove off the couch.
“Don’t bullshit me, Wiley! There were twelve there when I left. Now, unless the fuckin’ dead have begun to walk, you need to recount that shit,” I growl, my muscles jump as he looks at me.
“There was only eleven, Dragon. I was on the front side of that shit.” And bad just got worse.
I am a wife, mother, child chauffeur and author. I love being able to create different characters and spin a web that makes them come together in the end. My books do not stick to just one genre, they span many.
I also have books that are not so in your face. There are several that are good love stories that are fraught with issues that the characters have to deal with.