Monday, June 2, 2014

Blog Tour Stop: Burning Desire (Condemned Angels MC, #1) by Heather Leigh

Jeremy Moretti and Chase DeLuca have grown up together and into different MCs. Their lives were promised and destined to the Condemned Angels and Hell's Rebels. As they grew, so did Chase's feelings for Jeremy's younger sister, Roxanne.

Stemming from separate clubs, they have all the stakes against them. Michael Moretti, President of the Condemned Angels has forewarned Chase to stay away from his daughter.There is too much at risk and clubs stick to their own. No mixing whatsoever.

The years apart have done them good, however, Roxanne has finished school and is back home, and back in Chase's life. However, she isn't alone. Roxanne is dating the Treasurer of her father's club.

Things start to go wrong as their secret feelings grow stronger for one another. Will Chase fight for what has always been his, or will the MC stand in his way?

3.5 Stars out of  5

Burning Desire is hot, sexy and just filled with bad ass MCs! This book follows Roxy and Chase. 

Roxy is the princess of the Condemned Angels MC. She's the daughter of the president of the club. She's protected by her father and brother, Jeremy, along with the other members of the Condemned Angels.

Chase DeLuca is  Jeremy's best friend and belongs to another MC, Hell's Rebels. Roxy grew up tagging along with her brother and Chase. Needless to say she's been in love with Chase for years. 

Their attraction is strong, but Chase has been warned by her father to stay away from Roxy. After he broke her heart for keeping his distant, Roxy moves on to college. Years pass and both are grown and the attraction is still there when they run into each other.

Roxy and Chase have a continuous push/pull relationship. Chase tries to stay away from Roxy, but he can't stop thinking about her and protect her. Roxy is involved with another MC member from her Club, but she still attracted to Chase after all these years. 

Roxy gets caught in the crossfire of another MC and it brings a lot of action and suspense in this book. Burning Desire is a quick read and leaves you hanging for more.

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About the Author:

Deciding to write books was something I had contemplated for a while. A co-worker of mine had gotten me started me on the 50 Shades Trilogy. I had quickly became absorbed! Reading contemporary romance had become a part of me.

Little did I know that my daughter was a product of the "50 Shades Baby Boom"! I remember going to my doctor's appointment to find out that we were off to labor and delivery- and I didn't download any new books to my kindle! Talk about bummed out! However, I made up for that when I was home for my maternity leave. I believe we read 40+ books while I was home.

I am a full time new mom, and wife. Yes, I do work full time, I am currently doing multiple things, bouncing back after baby, weight watchers, exercising, training for a 5k, reading and writing. So far, I have really enjoyed writing as a hobby.

My work book club, "HE" had consumed us (and by us, I mean 2). We were critics of the stories and characters. I then thought to myself, "hmm, I bet I could write stories just like this, and have them turn out like I'd want them to." Well, joking turned into thinking. Thinking turned into brainstorming. Brainstorming lead to opening a word document and letting my mind explore.

Growing up I had written short stories with friends, and as extra credit for school. This is probably where it all started... I had turned in one of my short stories without re-reading, or editing it completely. I had my paper returned to me saying the "content was inappropriate." Apparently contemporary romance was frowned upon in English class! Oops! So maybe I was destined to become a writer.

I thought to myself that I want to live in this world and make a difference and have a part of me in history after I leave. This is me staying forever young.

Here I will post my journey, it's a learning experience for me, so please bear with me.

If you have any questions, comments, concerns, recommendations- I welcome them all.

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