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They loved one another. Fiercely. Possessively. Crazily. Always.

The love Finn and I share? It's the kind you can never recover from. The kind you never want to recover from.

That's why we'll do everything and anything to protect it.

When my past chases me all the way to The Outskirts, we have to make a choice. Let the lies destroy our chance at a future together...or bury them deep in the swamp where they belong.

©2017 T. M. Frazier (P)2017 T. M. Frazier

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Loved Part 2

The narration to this completion of this story was perfection for me. But I am a huge fan of Lance Greenfield since I first heard him in earlier TM Fraizer books. I also enjoyed getting a glimpse of characters from The Dark Light of Day. Sawyer and Finn were there to help bring each other out of their own darkness and how TM brought other characters through their own journeys (don't want spoilers here) fit the story very well.

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very good

not one to write reviews but had to for this one. very good story & well worth the credit!

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Truth will set you free

Amazing goodness as always. Plot twists you don’t expect, true growth and love and just as always amazing writing!

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Loved it!

I sped thru these books so fast. Listening to them any chance I could. The female narrator was awesome. I loved listening to her. I hope she does more books.

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Meh story, awful narration.

The story was interesting, but the dialogue was overly saccharine at times.

The female narrator was weak and irritating to listen to, while the male narrator was a bit too intense.

It took a lot to get through these books.

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  • 06-14-19

Wow!!!

This is as good as the first one. I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook. It’s really good from start to finish.

Audible Romance Rocks!!!!!

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Expected more after book 1

I liked the first book and continuation sounded like such a good idea because Sawyer, while naive and didn’t do anything she seemed smart. But when she meets someone from her former life she acts dumber than a bag off rocks? How is Finn more scared of the caravan than she was and she was the one who lived it and had nightmares? 🙄🙄 I wish she had the same energy with a bit more… like she didn’t get “angry?” Now she has the audacity and acts stupid? So infuriating! Who is she to decide for others? Ugh!!! A normal person would have disappeared to Finn’s parents home until everything calmed down but nope! Nope stupid Sawyer who decides to be a bleeding heart when it doesn’t suit her…🙄🙄 I was going to throw my device chapter 13/14?

Why didn’t Critter press the number anyway? Do it and not tell Caroline? PTSD isn’t what she has though…

The story was good and loved the continuation of their lives where it didn’t feel rushed to the end after they came together but c’moooooooooon…

This became a venting more than a review… the story real isn’t bad, listen/read it’s just that I expected more from Frazier I suppose.

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So Worth It

Oh yes. I had hopes that this conclusion to the first book was going to deliver and I was not disappointed. Sawyer and Finn's story definitely got better and things got exciting. I was dying to know what would happen next after that ending in the first book and we learn that Sawyer's past is has now caught up to her. I knew this ending was going to be a great buildup to everything that had happened so far and this author loves to gives up a juicy ending. I loved all the characters in this book. Critter is hilarious and how Finn treated Sawyer was swoon worthy. The Outskirts was really good and just what I love about this author.

The narration was good and June Wayne was awesome as Sawyer with her innocence and kindness. Lance Greenfield was ok. I didn't love him voicing Finn, I got used to it after a while.

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Another fantastic listen by TM Frazier

Such a fun quirky story with lots of twists, I love T M Frazier’s unique stories and the narrators were fantastic!

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writer had ADHD

The writer had ADHD and tried cramming every love story she's ever read into two books. The book started out good and was interesting but after he told her he loves her in the first book the story started going all over the place and made me feel annoyed and irritated and I rolled my eyes ALOT. I tried to listen to the rest but ended up skipping around and still couldn't stomach it.

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  • Kat Y
  • 08-06-21

More twists and turns with an HEA

Book 2 in this duet is full of revelations. The secrets are unearthed, obstacles are overcome and the undeniable attraction between Finn and Sawyer continues to grow. There are no spoilers here but just know that all the loose ends are tied up and there is resolution and peace at the end.

OK so I can’t really write much about the plot as it is full of twists and turns and the uncovering of truths and lies and I want you to experience it firsthand. It is really complex but so freaking good. The heat is next level, raw, dirty, possessive but loving. I appreciated that these two were never going to be candles and chocolates. I smashed through these audiobooks in 24 hours a piece, I just didn’t want to press stop.

The narrator pairing was amazing. Lance has narrated some of T’s King Series and he gives us all the colours and complexities of Finn. He is tortured, he is secretive, he is grief stricken, he is hiding but he is also tender and a fierce protector and feels this undeniable pull to Sawyer; and we feel it all through Lance’s narration. This is the first time I’ve listened to June and I really enjoyed her performance. She embodied Sawyer’s innocence and naivety with ease. The narration is easy and we see the world through pure, unsullied Sawyer’s eyes. Another original, raw and compelling story you won’t want to put down.

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  • karen grave
  • 09-26-20

finished well

I was pleasantly surprised at some of the twists the plot took but it made for a great part 2.
I guessed a few things along the way and then smiled at what I didn't guess.
the dust cover aptly confirms the story.
and I did a little happy dance at hearing a familiar hero from another of Ms Fraziers books come into play.
this was all about tieing up loose ends from part 1. it had suspense and twists and answers....great ending and not as frustrating as part 1. and Finn....OMG he's perfect.
still didn't hear a lot of lance...even in parts of the final chapters which I think should have been a male.

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  • Jade B
  • 11-23-18

The Outliers

This book was great, I was hooked and loved the fanale of the duet. The audio narration to the duet was great also.