Tray (A Hell's Harlem Novel Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Tray was and is a loner; a restless nomad never seeing himself settle down for any one or any thing, even his best friend can't settle him...until he bumps into Zillah in the hallway of her father's garage.
Zillah is a young, "untouched" woman sheltered from the world from her overly protective father, the president of the Mayhem's Revenge MC. And he knows he shouldn't want her, he's been warned by Shadow (Z's dad) to not even look at her! But do you think Tray listened? Absolutely not! What Tray wants, he goes after until her gets it!
Is it the rush of dating someone you know you're not supposed to or is it the awakening of the goddess that makes Zillah have such strong feelings for Tray. Whatever the case maybe, they are both enjoying being with each other, even with other factors trying to keep them apart.
But when all hell breaks loose, where does that leave them? Will Tray do anything to save Zillah? Where will Zillah's loyalties lie when it comes down to it?
JM Walker has a way of making you forget you are actually reading a book instead of living in this world she's created! After thinking this through; there's no way to even begin to compare Greyson and Tray's books. Greyson had me emotional wreck; reading chapter after through tears. It was emotional. Whereas with Tray, it was sexier. I cried but no where the sobs I had before. But Tray had me melting on the spot with his words and actions!
*Warning-make sure to stay hydrated and have plenty of ice near by!*
Tray. This is what I call pure perfection.
A beautifully written read that I lost my soul to.
We meet Tray and Zillah in this deliciously naughty, raw, cheeky, gritty, heart breaking and powerful read.
Their story is one of hope.
Their story explores what it feels like to be loved and trusted by another.
Their story is about the strength needed when fear is faced.
Their story is about finding happiness amongst so much darkness.
Their story is one that reaches right into your chest, pulling at every heart string, pulling every emotion leaving you brokenhearted.
Their story is one that will stay with me always.
I fell in love instantly with both Tray and Zillah.
Tray for his strength, vulnerabilities and wanting to just simply feel.
Zillah for her purity, innocence and her strength to stand up for what she believes in so passionately.
A blend of evil, innocence, trust, hope, love with all the feels that took my breath away.
I seriously don’t even know where to start. J.M. Walker to say you didn’t shock me a time or two in this book is a complete understatement. I had to go back and read parts of Greyson again to see if there were hints given there. I was in shock (in an ok way well for the most part). I just loved ready every minute of this book and didn’t want it to end.
I’m really not even sure how to express how much I loved Tray’s story. The story was raw, it was original, it was gut wrenching at times and I fell in love with everything that was Tray and Zillah in the mist of all the drama. The innocence. The Trust. The comradely. The dominance. Even the WTF moments. From page one I was addicted. I loved not only getting to know Tray better but also seeing the other guys from Hell’s Harlem. I loved how at the end of the day they had each other’s backs - through thick and thin.
Tray is a definite must read. J.M. Walker, I am so glad I found you and I can’t wait for more from you!
• Review By Chasing The Words Book Blog
Unfortunately, I can't wait to read the next. I'm just a glutton for punishment. JM Walker you are one vile, evil, nasty, cruel woman and I hate you with every fiber of my being. And I mean that in a good way. But, good job I guess for destroying my soul!!!!!