more about the members of The Kings of Karnage Motorcycle Club in the Ladies of
Karnage Novella series; based off the Wild Heart series. Read how Starla and
Jameson overcome the trails of living the club life, only to find a love
stronger than they both could have expected.
:There are two types of people in this world; the kind that run and the kind
that stay and fight. When the shit gets deep, you find out just who people
really are. I don’t have anything against people who run, their minds are set
on self-preservation. But since the day I was born, I’ve always been a fighter.
There’s a long enough moment of calm when shit hits the fan, for you to make
the decision of what kind of person you’re gonna be; and in the world I live
in, only the fighters survive.
I was born and raised in a small town that until maybe a year ago, you couldn’t find on a map. After high school I did what every wild child from a small town would do and kicked rocks to the farthest college I could go to. Which happened to be about 20 miles out of town, I didn’t trust my old clunker of a truck to go much farther than that. After graduating college with a shiny new piece of paper hung in a $3.00 Wal-mart frame I got my first “big girl” job with Synovus Financial Corporation.During the five years I stayed at the company, I bought a new truck, moved into my own apartment (in the same small town), and met the man who would eventually accept my craziness and ask me to marry him. I am privileged to call myself a US Navy Wife. My husband currently serves on the USS Hue City, which has been deployed more times during our marriage than it has been home. But we look forward to a three year shore duty in Colorado Springs.I have been very lucky to have had the support of my friends and family during the years and I look forward to many more years full of there snide remarks and sarcasm. I wouldn’t want them any other way.Personal Interests:Writing, Reading, Journaling, Hunting, Fishing, Driving down random dirt roads, cheering on UF football games, drinking beer around a camp fire, shopping, pretending to be food reviewers at restaurants, slip and sliding in the backyard with my nieces, and crafting.