Title: Lawless (King #3)
Author: TM Frazier
Release Date: December 8, 2015
Thia is prim and proper.
Bear is leather and lawless.
It will never work between them.
It’s a lie they almost believe…
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Since reading King back in September I have been on a one-woman mission to spread the word of these phenomenal books.
So when the opportunity arose for me to review Lawless and pre-release at that, of course I jumped at the chance.
The words for reviews have never come easily to me. I can give praise and thank an author for their stories but putting into eloquent terms how a book affected me and my opinion on it is where I reach the proverbial wall, a writers’ block of sorts.
So, I tend to ramble and hope for the best.
TM Frazier and the world she creates in her books astounds me. I’ve never been so immersed into a fictional world that I never wanted to leave.
The descriptions, the scene setting and the effing hot men in King, Tyrant – and now Lawless – draw me in and tick every box as a reader.
Lawless follows Bear and Thia and follows on from Tyrant. We come into this ruggedly handsome biker’s life at a time where he is emotionally lost, doomed never to return to his former lawless self. With a range of people after him and a piece of his past landing on his old doorstep he has to step in to fix things. He just can’t leave it – it being Thia – alone.
What follows is a twist and turn of a story. We see their development as individuals and as a couple.
How this book ends still haunts me.
I bloody hate cliffhangers and knew this book would have one but I just couldn’t deny myself TM’s words and that world she creates in her prose.
I am eagerly awaiting Soulless. I especially need it after reading the damn excerpt in the back of Lawless!!
5 stars just isn’t enough.
She attended Florida Gulf Coast University where she specialized in public speaking. After years working in real estate and new home construction, she decided it was finally time to stop pushing her dreams to the back burner and pursue writing seriously.
In the third grade she wrote her very first story about a lost hamster. It earned rave reviews from both her teacher and her parents.
It only took her twenty years to start the next one.
It will not be about hamsters.