Homeless. Hungry. Desperate.
Doe has no memories of who she is or where she comes from.
A notorious career criminal just released from prison, King is someone you don’t want to cross unless you’re prepared to pay him back in blood, sweat, pu$$y or a combination of all three.
King’s future hangs in the balance. Doe’s is written in her past. When they come crashing together, they will have to learn that sometimes in order to hold on, you have to first let go.
Warning: This book contains graphic violence, consensual and nonconsensual sex, drug use, abuse, and other taboo subjects and adult subject matter. Although originally slated to be a standalone, KING is now a two part series.
I stayed up until 2am this morning reading King. I could not put it down! King is a criminal who's had a hard life, and been in and out of prison. Doe woke up without memories, a family, or a home. Now she has to do anything to survive on the streets. A homecoming party, mixed with bad decisions and a no good friend, leaves Doe on King's bad side. She owes him, and now he owns Doe, until the table begins to flip. There's hate, angst, lust, there's all out agony. Just when I thought things would work out for the better it all came to a screeching halt with a major plot twist that left me aching for more.
"Because when it come to me and mine, I am the Judge. I am the jury. And if need be, I am the motherfucking executioner".
Luckily I won't have to wait to read the rest of their story because Tyrant has already been released. This book is gritty, it's sexy, it's tormented, and definitely not for the feeble mind. If you can handle a wickedly dark read then this is one you should read.
T.M. (Tracey Marie) Frazier resides in sunny Southwest Florida with her husband and three feisty fur kids.
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.