Soulless by T.M. Frazier

Soulless by T.M. Frazier

Soulless by T.M. Frazier

My Favorite So Far

Soulless was the fourth book in the King series by TM Frazier. It is also the bow that wraps up the love story of Bear and Thia.  This isn’t your typical story though it has grit and I am here for it.

Soulless began exactly where Lawless ended; however, it did take us on a tour back to the past from time to time in order to explain the present. Although the focus of the story continued the conflicts from the previous book, the MC struggle was the primary plot. It was confusing at times and somewhat disjointed but it came full circle at the end, revealing twists along the way. I have said in the past that this series has lived on my kindle for a long time and I am sad to say that today has been the first time in months that I have wanted to read something remotely resembling romance and I wanted to see how this was wrapped up.

I enjoyed the suspense and the fast pace. I enjoyed that it wasn’t predictable. I enjoyed that the drama came from outside the relationship versus from within. Overall, I enjoyed most of the book. What I didn’t enjoy as much were the confusing storylines and the editing errors. Other than that, I was captivated, spellbound and entertained.

Frazier had kept Preppy front and center creatively throughout each book in the series. What’s not to love about Preppy? However, I wasn’t sure how I would feel about reading his story with his current state. Based on the teasers that Frazier left us, I’m definitely looking forward to the next three series books: Preppy, the Life and Death of Samuel Clearwater. Preppy is still my favorite character so I can’t wait to see what comes next.

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Soulless by T.M. Frazier

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