Blog Tour & Review: Incendiary (Phoenix Rising Rock Band #2) by Kathryn Kelly
Georgie has destroyed me. She's threatened my freedom and everything I've worked so hard to build. My band, my music, is the last thing on my mind. I want her to pay for all she's done. But she's still my Georgie, and my desire for her is as hot as ever. She's my inferno, my biggest mistake and my greatest reward. My fans see her as their idol's downfall. When her life is threatened, I will come to realize there's nothing in the world more important to me than her. She's my flame. I'm her anchor. Together, we're explosive. We are incendiary. For mature audiences only. Incendiary is not a standalone novel, but is the conclusion to Georgiana McCall's and Sloane Mason's story that began in Inferno.
Ok. I don't know of any character that I loathe as much as Cassandra. That woman I wanted to sock her in the jaw. She's a horrible mother. Georgie could be such an amazing daughter, if her mother wouldn't of been such an A-Hole. There's so much jealousy that oozes from every pore of her. I just can't wrap my head around her.
The book starts off from where the last book ended. Now, Sloane has grown on me since the last book. And Georgie, has so much love for her child. Which is amazing, seeing as her parents weren't really parents. So much twisted stuff happens. It's something new from every corner. I couldn't wait to turn the page and see what was going to happen. But other times I was afraid to go to the next page. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.
"Georgie is my calm in any storm." - Sloane
I absolutely, positively loved this one. I think it was better than the first. You get to see Sloane and Georgie together, in a different way. Both of their families are so screwed up, yet they are able to love. Even though all of that lacked in their own life, before. I can't wait for the next one, if there is one. :D
Kathryn Kelly Bio:
Kathryn Kelly is the author of the Death Dwellers MC Series and Phoenix Rising Rock Band Series. For as long as she can remember, she has been a reader and has always loved books. Although she thought about writing her own books, she never thought she would actually do it. It took a dream from her first hero, Christopher "Outlaw" Caldwell and encouragement by her mother and friends before she put pen to paper and wrote Misled.
This has been one of the most rewarding and amazing journeys of her life and she owes it all to her readers and fans. In her spare time, (admittedly not much), she likes scotch, champagne, music, and the New Orleans Saints. In reality, she's just a girl next door, a biker babe in her imagination, a mom, and a daughter.