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Friday, 26 February 2016

T.M Frazier - Soulless - Book Review (ARC)


The Blurb—

The finale to Bear and Thia's epic love story.
Well, the synopsis gives nothing away and I don’t want to spoil it either. You have to read these books in order; Lawless then Soulless. Even better if you read King and Tyrant first. While you’re at it, you may as well read The Dark Light of Day and Dark Needs, too. It’s all gritty and raw, and so, so good. Not for the faint-hearted; we are dealing with bikers.


Soulless is one wild, crazy, terrifying, exhilarating ride. Prepare for shocks; the twist kind and the gory kind. I want Rage’s story!
Read this book. I loved every minute!

*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review. *
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Monday, 14 December 2015

T.M. Frazier - Lawless - Book Review (ARC)


Publisher: T.M Frazier, 2015.
Genre: Romantic suspense.
Length: 231 pages.

Holy what?! She’s done it again. T.M. Frazier splays the underbelly of humanity on the pages of a gripping tale. She wraps her hand around the back of your neck, forcing your eyes to keep reading each page.

The things she does to her characters, Lordy! Brutal and wrenching. Disturbing and warming. You’ll ping pong through several emotions as Bear and Thia fight for their lives and piece together a future.

Not for the faint hearted, but oh so good.

5 flares.

*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review.

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King, Tyrant and Lawless are shocking and dark, but the love between the characters shines through. What other dark romances have gripped you, shocked you and warmed your heart?

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

T.M. Frazier - Tyrant - Book Review (ARC)


Publisher: T.M. Frazier
Genre: Romantic Suspense.
Length: 230 pages.

**** Spoiler alert. You need to read King before reading Tyrant. This review refers to events that happened at the end of King and beyond. ****

OMG, I did not see that coming! This romance is dark and forceful. Absolutely memorable.

Doe aka Pup, aka Ramie Price has finally found her way home thanks to King. He offers Pup to her senator father in exchange for custody of his daughter. He sees it as the only way to be the father he wants to be, but King’s betrayal devastates him as much as it does Pup. Even worse, it backfires and he loses both his girls.

King has enemies that want to crush him and take away all that’s his. He knows, in order to protect Pup, he has to keep their connection hidden. He becomes a spectre skirting the periphery of her life, not even she, knows when he’s near until he wants her to. He is always there in the background, fighting for them to be together. But, there are dangers that neither of them could have foreseen, waiting to tear these two apart.


Ramie’s world is a foreign place to Pup. She’s torn away from the house on stilts and the man she now considers her home, only to find out she is a mother. The conservative good girl with a stubborn streak, now proudly sports a tattoo and an uncensored vocabulary. She doesn’t fit into the life of a senator’s daughter, but she has a son to think of now. The one thing she remembers from her past, a pair of chestnut eyes, belong to Tanner, one of her best friends and the father of her child. Her fiancĂ©. By following her instincts and with the help of Tanner, she slowly pieces together what happened and who Ramie Price was. The revelations send her spinning.


T.M. Frazier packs a punch in this finale. More than a couple of punches. I don’t want to give anything away so I can’t say too much about what I am thinking and feeling. I am still reeling. This is a page-turner.

The dynamic changes in Tyrant. The overall theme emphasizes family, whether it be by blood or not. Both King and Pup have had to build their own families; a fact that draws them close, but also causes them so much grief.

I felt sorry for Tanner being the love left behind. He has to come to terms with the fact that his fiancé fell in love with a felon and he has a fight on his hands if he wants her heart back.

I love that we get glimpses of Preppy’s humorous advice and King continues to join forces with Bear to take down the enemy. As with the first book, King, there are scenes that are packed with violence and gore. You have been warned.

A thrilling conclusion.

5 Flares.
*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review.*

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T.M. Frazier - Tyrant - Book Review (ARC)


Publisher: T.M. Frazier
Genre: Romantic Suspense.
Length: 230 pages.

**** Spoiler alert. You need to read King before reading Tyrant. This review refers to events that happened at the end of King and beyond. ****

OMG, I did not see that coming! This romance is dark and forceful. Absolutely memorable.

Doe aka Pup, aka Ramie Price has finally found her way home thanks to King. He offers Pup to her senator father in exchange for custody of his daughter. He sees it as the only way to be the father he wants to be, but King’s betrayal devastates him as much as it does Pup. Even worse, it backfires and he loses both his girls.

King has enemies that want to crush him and take away all that’s his. He knows, in order to protect Pup, he has to keep their connection hidden. He becomes a spectre skirting the periphery of her life, not even she, knows when he’s near until he wants her to. He is always there in the background, fighting for them to be together. But, there are dangers

Friday, 19 June 2015

T.M. Frazier - King - Book Review (ARC)



Publisher: T.M. Frazier, 2015.
Genre: Romantic suspense.
Length: 255 pages.

If you are a little squeamish with violence and gore, this probably isn’t the book for you.
King is the first of a two part series following the story of Doe and King. The second part, Tyrant, will be out in August.

Doe is a young woman suffering from amnesia. She has been barely surviving on the streets since being discovered unconscious and bleeding. Doe attends a welcome home party for Brantley King where the possibility of food, shelter and protection is offered as an incentive in exchange for giving the only thing she has - her body. Instead, she ends up handcuffed to King’s bed with the livid Hulk looming over her. She should be dead already, but something about her tells him she’s meant to be his. But who is she really? When the truth comes out everything will change.

I felt a like a rubber-necker as I read this. It was almost like watching a scary movie with my hand covering my face, but peeking through my fingers so I don’t miss anything. I was riveted, bracing my stomach muscles for when the other shoe was going to drop.

King is a chilling character, if Doe hadn’t been completely out of options and fighting for her life, she’d have run as far and fast as she could despite being attracted. Things turn around when he saves her. Giving her an idea that there is a heart beneath his bulky chest after all. He might be a cold killer, but he has his reasons.

We see another side to King that endears him to the reader and eases our minds about him being with Doe. Their relationship and situation in general remains volatile, with the threat of upheaval a constant noise in the background, getting louder as things progress.

I love that Doe tries to protect the girl she used to be. She fights to keep her life and her dignity so that ‘that girl’ can remain intact when she finds herself again.

Preppy is a standout character for me with his contrasting layers. He’s tats and suspenders, carnival lover and assassin, all rolled into one. Preppy offers Doe true friendship only after he warns her that he’d kill her if King asked.

King is an edgy, gripping read and yes, it’s a cliff-hanger. Hold onto your seats when you read this one.

5 flares.

*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review*






Cheers


T.M. Frazier - King - Book Review (ARC)



Publisher: T.M. Frazier, 2015.
Genre: Romantic suspense.
Length: 255 pages.

If you are a little squeamish with violence and gore, this probably isn’t the book for you.
King is the first of a two part series following the story of Doe and King. The second part, Tyrant, will be out in August.

Doe is a young woman suffering from amnesia. She has been barely surviving on the streets since being discovered unconscious and bleeding. Doe attends a welcome home party for Brantley King where the possibility of food, shelter and protection is offered as an incentive in exchange for giving the only thing she has - her body. Instead, she ends up handcuffed to King’s bed with the livid Hulk looming over her. She should be dead already, but something about her tells him she’s meant to be his. But who is she really? When the truth comes out everything will change.

I felt a like a rubber-necker as I read this. It was almost like watching a scary movie with my hand covering my face, but peeking through my fingers so I don’t miss anything. I was riveted, bracing my stomach muscles for when the other shoe was going to drop.

King is a chilling character, if Doe hadn’t been completely out of options and fighting for her life, she’d have run as far and fast as she could despite being attracted. Things turn around when he saves her. Giving her an idea that there is a heart beneath his bulky chest after all. He might be a cold killer, but he has his reasons.

We see another side to King that endears him to the reader and eases our minds about him being with Doe. Their relationship and situation in general remains volatile, with the threat of upheaval a constant noise in the background, getting louder as things progress.

I love that Doe tries to protect the girl she used to be. She fights to keep her life and her dignity so that ‘that girl’ can remain intact when she finds herself again.

Preppy is a standout character for me with his contrasting layers. He’s tats and suspenders, carnival lover and assassin, all rolled into one. Preppy offers Doe true friendship only after he warns her that he’d kill her if King asked.

King is an edgy, gripping read and yes, it’s a cliff-hanger. Hold onto your seats when you read this one.

5 flares.

*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review*






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