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.
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
4.5* RHR Read
*I kindly received an Arc in exchange for an honest review*
“The only thing Nolan Archer would need saving from…was me.”
As a big fan of Ms Frazier, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this one. Rage was introduced to us in Soulless and I was immediately intrigued by her quirky personality.
For Rage is a very complex character who lacks empathy for others. She is also menacingly unstable, sadistic and surprisingly likeable given her job description, however, everything she thinks she knows about herself is brought into question when she meets the complicated Nolan Archer.
The chemistry between them is evident and Nolan immediately sets out to prove to a reluctant Rage exactly where she belongs…with him.
Although this book was a little slower to get into than her previous offerings, things eventually do heat up and explode in typical T. M. fashion and there are plenty trademark ‘WTF’ moments to keep the reader on the edge of their seat.
For me this book only just fell short of the five stars I usually find myself giving this author but it by no means packs any less of a punch than other books in her back catalogue. I will no doubt be picking it up again in the near future for a reread while I’m waiting on the book that all of her fan’s are desperate for.