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The Outliers: The Outskirts Duet, Book 2
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After the first book ending in a cliff hanger were brought to that moment in time and Sawyer’s reaction. The thought of being in that position is insane, Sawyer truly is an amazing and beautiful woman that’s had so much ugliness thrown at her and this book doesn’t give her a break either, there’s a whole lot more in store for her in The Outliers. We get to see her true strength and love play out and damn, it’s incredible to watch. With Finn by her side or in her thoughts every step of the way she knows she can outcome anything and everything.
After finally coming to terms with everything that happened in book one Finn is a changed man, he’s happy and living life. The love he shows to Sawyer is absolutely mesmerising. He’s what every woman hoped for in a man.
Let’s not forget the secondary characters. Josh and Miller are brilliant, they always succeed in making you laugh. Then there’s Critter, good god that man is hilarious. I love the husband/dad side of him. Caroline was also lovely, she’s strong and such a great mum.
Oh and that ending, what a pleasant surprise to see a familiar face, I loved that TM added that part.
My words can NOT even begin to describe how much I loved this book. From the characters to the storyline everything was just absolutely on point. TM Frazier has a way with making you feel part of the story, making you feel like you’re in the book and going through every single thing the characters are going through. The sadness, the happiness, everything.
This book is exactly what I needed, I feel a huge book hangover coming along. I truly wish I could give this a higher rating that just 5 stars because it deserves so much more.
We pick right up where things ended in book one. I loved Finn already, but fell even harder for him in this one. The man is hot and he’s such a sweet caring person. He’s so patient with Sawyer and you can feel how deeply he loves her. Sawyer is such a strong person. She’s gone through so much and has some surprises she has to deal with. I respected her courage and was glad she kept Finn by her side to help her. I loved Critter and I was happy with the way everything turned out.
It was a really great series that I’ll gladly read again. The only thing that could make it better would be to learn that we’ll see these characters again and get Josh’s and Miller’s story.
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I am sitting here trying to type this review for The Outliers and I’ll be honest, I am torn on how I felt. I LOVED the first book and was so excited to start The Outliers when it hit my kindle. While I liked it and liked how it immediately picked up where The Outskirts left off and that we get right back into Sawyer and Finn’s story, it felt like something was missing. It just didn’t suck me in the way The Outskirts did, I felt like it wasn’t as gripping as the first book was. I got bored and distracted at times, and I don’t think I have ever once said that about a T.M. Frazier book so that is what makes this review not only difficult to write but in a sense painful as well.
The things that happen in this book are eye opening, painful at times and makes some have more questions than answers about what we should have faith in. Finn and Sawyer’s relationship almost in a way gets pushed aside because of all that happens. Which is a shame because what they share is in one sense innocent because of Sawyer, emotional because of Finn’s past, and healing because of how they heal each other. I wish we would have had less of the drama with Richard and more focus on Sawyer’s relationships with Finn, Critter and the others.
Overall while I enjoyed this one, I wish I would have loved it like I did the previous book. I am still and always will be a huge T.M. Frazier fan and will continue to read her books. I look forward to what the Ms. Frazier has in store for us in the future.
Man... Don't read this if you haven't started with The Outskirts. This is the continuation of the story. It started off with a bang. Sawyer was feeling so many emotions. She really didn't know where to place them all. I believe out of everything she felt a sense of betrayal. It was coming from all sides.
Oh my god... I'm still loving the hell out Josh and Miller. They are some amazing secondary characters. They are a couple which keeps the story moving and make all the good funny moments. Also I loooove Finn's father, Joe. I'm glad that he gave Finn a gave reality check concerning relationships and ultimately family.
There are so many bumps in the road for Sawyer and Finn. There are so good surprises as well that they never saw coming. I kept on flipping through page after page... I wanted to see how Richard, Sawyer's "father", was going to be dealt with. He was like a damn cockroach who would always be around. Ugh...
I loved how a new character changed the game and helped bring Richard down. Even after that though there was an ever present sense of foreboding. I was right of course but it turned okay. The ending was done beautifully. The journey, which Finn and Sawyer traveled on, couldn't be done differently.
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