My name is Willow AKA Flame.
I'm on the run with my biker boyfriend.
I'm running from his Satan's Savages MC brothers.
How did my life come to this?
My name is Steel.
I will protect her with my life.
But two weeks on the road is long enough.
I need to find her somewhere to hide—a sanctuary—where she will be safe.
She is scared.
He is desperate.
They are running for her life.
Can a helping hand bring a new home?
Running from what scares Willow most, leads them both on a different path, to another life they didn't know existed. A brotherhood that's there willing to protect and provide sanctuary. But will the brothers they left behind follow them to their new haven?
Ignite the Flame is an intense, fast read that takes the reader on the unexpected escape of Willow snd Steel as they act on the decisions made in book 1. ~ Goodreads Review
We can’t wait to read the next book in the series it was a great quick read we wish it was longer but I guess we have to wait to the next one comes out!! ~ Bloggers From Down Under
Amazing read, with hot bikers MC club. Ignite the Flame continues on from where book one left off, Steel and Flame are on the run not sure who they can trust on not. ~ Goodreads Review
Taking a deep breath, I close the bathroom door and turn placing my hands on the basin and just breathe. Amelia’s words ring through my mind.
‘I don’t want you to sacrifice your life for him.’
I don’t want to die, and I’ve already come close to it with Chops. But if I left Steel, would I be in even more danger without him and his protection? I feel like either way now I’m doomed. I need to make a choice to either stick this out with Steel or leave him and trust that I’ll be safe on my own.
Shaking my head my heart leaps into my chest. The thought of leaving him has me all choked up. Yes, since I’ve met him I’ve been abused, attacked, made to leave my home, my job, my parents, and been on the run for two weeks with no shower, hardly any decent food and sleeping in a car. But I’ve done it all with Steel by my side, and even though it’s been tough—I love him. I was coasting before I met Steel, just living life the way my parents thought I should. It was boring, mundane, it was one continuous blah. And thinking to what Amelia said about living with Mad Dog rings true to me—Steel makes me feel alive! There’s a buzz in the air, an electrical pulse when he’s near. It’s crazy, it’s dangerous, it’s scary and it will probably end up with me dead, but sometimes you have to take a chance, and to me, Steel is worth fighting for.
I slap my hands back down on the sink and nod my head making my final decision.
“I’m his, no matter what,” I say to my reflection in the mirror and smile at my dishevelled reflection as the bright yellow of the walls only builds the happiness of my mood. If anything, all Amelia’s talk has done is ignite the flame in my heart for Steel even more than before.
I am his.
He is mine.
I’m in this…
About The Author
Australian author K E Osborn was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. With a background in graphic design and a flair for all things creative, she felt compelled to write the story brewing in her mind.
Writing gives her life purpose. It makes her feel, laugh, cry, and get completely enveloped with the characters and their story lines. She feels completely at home when writing and wouldn’t consider doing anything else.