Review! Tyrant by T.M. Frazier

(Reviewed by Cathy Stansell of Rochelle’s Reviews)

Tyrant by T.M. FrazierThis book is the end of King and Doe’s story. All I can say is WOW. I loved the ending of this story. But I must be truthful and let you know that one part of this book I was actually sick to my stomach. I actually cried my eyes out. I will not give away that part of the book, just keep your tissues ready.

This story takes over where the book “King” ends. Doe is headed back to her home where she still remembers nothing. She does not feel a connection with anyone there, except for a slight one with her little boy. She has a funny feeling that she is starting to remember him. She misses King but she is upset with him too for his betrayal.

King makes it through the car crash and figures out that was not a cop. He is sure it was someone hired to do away with him. He has an idea of who might have set him up and vows to make that person pay! King wants Doe (or Pup as he calls her) but he can’t put her in danger. He has to remove the obstacles first.

“We weren’t starving for one another. We were fucking ravenous.”

Doe learns that her name is really Ramie Price (Ray for short.) and that she is indeed a teenage young mother. Unfortunately, she also finds out that she comes from one F’d up family. I always said rich people are not any happier than the rest of us and from this book they are most certainly not. They have a miserable family life, including booze, and family fighting all of the time. This only makes Doe want to go back to her family with King.

“I never expected to fall in love with King. My captor, my tormentor, my lover, my friend, my world but I did.”

This book has lots of ups and downs. Be ready to cry and laugh. I can’t wait to read the next book, Lawless. It is about Bear and I love him so much! Thanks for another great book T.M Fields!

“In this world, there is very little I believe in, Pup. But I believe we belong together.”



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