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Both Main Characters Perspective.
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This review is going to hurt. I love T.M. Frazier books! I will continue to read her new releases even though I didn't enjoy "Rage"
Rage was just so UNBELIEVABLE.
Rage is supposed to be a strong heroine. As time goes off she comes off as weak. I feel her role in the book was too forced. Trying to make her so tough, but failed.
And the ending I just well, hated it. I literally busted out laughing.
I mean you have this supposedly tough chick who begins to become the perfect house wife, who can't fight her own battles.
And it ends with <spoiler>Rage threatening the Dean for an admissions letter while twirling a knife around in her hands. The humorous part is after she gets her way. -I walked out the door and skipped down the hall way.- "OOhh big bad girl skipping down the hall way."</spoiler>
I did like Nolan's Alpha ass. He was bad ass. Nolan was the best part of this book! I do feel Nolan and Rages relationship dragged a bit. The first time Nolan calls Rage his girl was at 64% through.
I love crazy reads, I am just picky when it comes to endings. When I read a wild one, I need that HEA.
I would recommend, even though there was some parts I didn't like it is better then most of the books I have been coming across lately. It was $0.00 so if you don't like it your not losing no money.
I did like Nolan, T.M. Frazier writes her alphas very well, even if I felt there was a bit too much push in pull for my liking, her alphas always has me continuing her books from start to finish.
Even though I am not a fan of this one, I am so looking forward to her upcoming -Perversion Trilogy- I am anxious to read that trilogy.
“My story is different than most. I’m different than most. Because in my story, if you love someone enough, you should first drop the gun.”
Hope is different. She does not conform to what others expect of her. She has a different way of thinking and feeling. She doesn’t see sadness, despair, or loss when she witnesses death or violence. She doesn’t shy away from pain, hurt, or destruction. Her anger fuels her. It makes her different. Hope was just her given name but in true form she was Rage.
“The feeling in my stomach, the pull I felt as he stalked toward me, only confirmed what I already knew. I wanted him. I didn't want to want him. I wanted to want to kil! him.”
So when Rage embarked on her new life shedding any evidence of Hope, she lived the life she felt was meant for her. The only piece of Hope that existed was with her parents in whom she kept in contact with but they didn’t know the real Hope that embraced her new identity as Rage, a nineteen year old killer.
“Baby, when you feel that temper of yours crossing over to that point of no return, then you take that sh*t out on me. If you have to unleash whatever is going on in that pretty brain of yours, then you unleash it on me. You give ME your anger and you don’t leave again. You hear what I'm saying? Come at me, Rage. Give me all you f&%!ing got, and I’ll give it right back. Take it out on me. On my body. I promise, I can take it.”
When Rage meets Smoke, he changed her life and helped her to be the person that she is today. Someone who is efficient and gets the job done. If you wanted someone to kill someone without a remote of conscience, Rage is that person. And so when Smoke assigns her to watch over this guy and get details on where his parents are, Rage begins to feel something.
Nolan was just supposed to be a target. Get the information and when the order came to kill him there should be no hesitation. But Nolan was different. He challenged Rage. He gotten under her skin. Nolan saw the real Rage. And soon all the walls that Rage built up with lies soon began to crumble. Cracks on her solid foundation began to show. And when Nolan stripped off Rage’s vulnerability, he saw her. Truly saw the real Rage. The real Hope. He saw the woman that was meant to be his. So will Rage be able to let Nolan in or will she be forced to kill the only man that she truly loved? Her first love?
“I planned on spending the rest of the day showing her one truth though. The truth that I'd known since the day we met. The one I felt in my gut and understood better than anything I've ever understood in my entire life. She was mine”
All the Rage was everything and so much more. Ms. Frazier truly delivered a heroine that was badass and yet that had the soft side. I loved that Ms. Frazier was able to strip down her characters and show every facets of them from the good, the bad, and the ugly. Tracey has a way of making her imperfect characters truly perfect as she grips and consumes her readers to feel all the passion, the heat, intensity, and of course all the rage. The writing and story line of this book was on another level where Ms. Frazier slowly dissected every facets that makes up Rage, in which allows readers to see that she is who she is. So if you are ready to find out what’s all the rage about Rage and Nolan then I urge you to read this book because in true T.M. Frazier fashion, she delivers a story with epic proportions of heart, grit, intensity, and passion.
~Michelle of Four Chicks Flipping Pages
You first meet Rage in Soulless and boy is she something else. There are literally no words to describe Rage. So I couldn't wait to read ATR. Rage is not like everybody else. She is straight up crazy and can kill you like its nothing. So its not surprising that I loved being inside that crazy head of hers. Psychologists would have a field day with this girl, but I really couldn't help but love her. She is sent to keep an eye on Nolan who may reveal information on his family. Rage stays with him and he makes her feel. This is a big deal for her because I think you can clearly diagnose her as a sociopath. She reveals things about herself she never tells anyone, he makes her feel emotions she never felt her whole life, and letting go of some of her germophobic tendencies.
I really loved Rage and Nolan. There are no words to describe it because you have to understand Rage as a person to grasp the depth of their connection. It was completely silly of me to think that T.M. Frazier would write about a normal, sweet college hockey player because Nolan was so much more than I expected. He was totally badass and hot as hell. I was in bad boy heaven. No relationship that this woman writes is formed under normal circumstances and this book is no exception.
This book is amazing from beginning to the crazy as hell ending. I am a die-hard Frazier fan and I will read everything she writes because she does not disappoint and always delivers. She gives readers what they crave from her writing. Read this book.
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