All The Rage – Book Review

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All the Rage by T.M. Frazier
Published by Everafter Romance on June 21st 2016
Pages: 322

They call me Rage.My real name is like a shadow, always close behind, but never quite able to catch up.I fly under the radar because no one ever suspects I’m capable of the kind of brutal violence I commit each and every day.

You see, I’m a girl. I’m nineteen. And I’m a killer. This life is all I know. It’s all I want to know. It keeps the s**t buried that I need kept buried. It allows me to live without thinking too much.Without dwelling on the past. Until him.

It all changes when an ordinary boy becomes my next target.And my first love.I have to choose.The only life I’ve ever known has to die, or he does.Either way, I’ll be the one pulling the trigger…

All the Rage is a STANDALONE.

We have had the pleasure of sexy, intimidating alphas in King and Bear, now it’s time for them to take a back seat as we bow down to this ultimate kick-ass heroine, Rage. I loved this germophobe, OCD, ball-busting character in Soulless and I was thrilled when I heard she was getting her own book, and by all that is explosive, murderous and very ungodly, All the Rage did not disappoint.

From a lost young girl with no Hope of ever feeling normal, to a woman who finally embraced her dangerous side to become one of the most feared assassins in the Floridian State. Dubbed the Angel of Death by many, Rage is known for her calculating, cold professional demeanour. She no more batters an eyelash at pulling the trigger than she does changing her scooter headlight. No remorse. No Prisoners. No regrets. Making her one of the most respected in the business.

Leaving her home and her only friend, Cody, at sixteen, Rage was taught everything she knows by her mentor and friend, Smoke; a nomad contractor whose loyalties lie with no-one. And he has taught her well.

When a new job comes in to grill a young ice hockey player for information on his parents, Smoke knows just the person for the job. Rage hates babysitting duty but she owes Smoke everything, and reluctantly agrees to the new position at hand.

Nolan is cursing the fates that be. In one moment he is destined for a scholarship and career in the NHL, the next bound to a wheelchair with a leg cast after a calculated knife attack. His career seems over before it has even began.

Still recovering from the loss of his grandparents, Nolan finds refuge and solace staying in their beach side home with his little French bulldog, Murray.

After a near fatal drowning incident, Nolan is thankful to the beautiful blond girl who pulled him from the depths, only to have his thanks thrown back at him with contempt. Rage (Short for Regina), never wanted to play the hero but if it means getting answers then it is what the job requires.

She never expected him to be open to her quirks, find her amusing, beautiful or sexy. Her secret is what keeps him alive, but what Rage isn’t counting on is Nolan having secrets of his own, and ones that don’t seem too dissimilar from the world in which she resides…

All the Rage is a gripping, pure adrenaline rush of a read that flays open a disturbed and complex character shedding light on how she became to be. She may be one crazy, unconventional bitch, but it takes a strong and possibly crazier man to reign in the ‘rage’ and Nolan will have you running rings; he really is something else and what a wonderful surprise he was too. He is anything but ordinary.

An amazing standalone read that compliments the King series perfectly.






Guest review contributed by Perusing Princesses. Along with their book reviews, this blog features monthly authors (and their books) in their spotlight section. Their website’s forecast is sunny and pink with a chance of glitter.

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