Heavy is the Head that Wears the Crown
T.M. Frazier is a new author for me. It seems 2020 has been a year of new authors for me. I have a confession however this has been on my kindle for three years and I had completely forgot about it. To be fair I buy more books then I will ever read. That isn’t really an excuse or a good one at least. But how T.M. Frazier can write something that is painful and yet at the same time it makes you fall in love with the bad guy, or in this case the King. I am going to start by telling you that this book is not a happy go lucky unicorns and rainbows type of happily ever after, it is so far from that it’s not even funny. It has drug use, sex, abuse, lies, violence and death, so if you have an issue or struggle with any of the topics listed then I suggest you skip King. However, if you are like me and you love a book with an edge to it and have no issues with a bit of danger then you won’t just like King you will love it!
King is an @$$%^&*, a bad boy, he could be the poster child for being the epitome of an @$$%^&*. Look up the definition of @$$%^&* and his picture should be right there with it. But he is so much more, and when we can peel back the layers surrounding King, you see that he is so much more than what people see. He has a reason for being how he is, and he isn’t going to apologize for that and he shouldn’t.
Doe has no memory of who she is, she’s homeless and is barely surviving. She ends up at King’s coming home party with the hope of finding a bed and food and at this point she really doesn’t care what she has to do to achieve that. When something happens and King collects her as payment she doesn’t know if should be scared, pissed, or relieved. She has a mouth on her that can get her in trouble in a heartbeat, and she has no problems telling King what she thinks. Slowly a relationship between them forms and it is a complete roller coaster wrapped up in some secrets. I don’t want to give too much of the story away by diving into too much detail but there is so much to unpack in three hundred some odd pages and it is worth every minute. What I want to commend the author on is that her cast of supporting characters is amazing. I would say go get Tyrant today because I can not wait to see how this story continues. I have two books that are up next for me tomorrow. Tyrant has just replaced them both.
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