(Perversion Trilogy Book One) by T. M. Frazier
When I first started to read this book I though, I’m not enjoying this at all. It starts off with the definition of the word perversion. I have to say that I’m glad that I didn’t put the book down there and then and give up on it. Once I got to chapter one and started reading the book it just drew me in. So much so I fell asleep reading this book last night, and picked it back up as soon as I woke up.
Tristan later known as Grim has spent most of his life bouncing in between group homes and juvie. He’d been classed as a troubled kid, too much of a handful and too old at 16 for any one to take him on. Except for Marci and her old man Belly he was just the type of kid they were looking for. Along with three others (Sandy, Digger and Haze) who would become his brothers. As Belly wanted to form his own type of family/MC as his original M.C. sold them out to another group. Belly’s thing would be based on loyalty and respect everything his old club wasn’t and they were to be known as Bedlam.
The day he was going to he’s new home was day he met Emma Jean aged 12, also in the system and lived nearby with Aunt Ruby. Who had told Emma Jean to get rid of the cat or she’d take it to the shelter. Somehow in between the crying and standing up for Tristan she managed to con him in to taking her kitten Mr Fuzzy.
Tristan told Belly and Marci all about her and they did everything the could to bring her into the family as well. But by the time they got any information it was too late she had already been adopted and her file had been closed so there was no way of finding her through those channels.
For the next five years Grim’s carried on looking for her with no success. Until one night unbeknownst to him, he’s finally found her in a dark alley. There’s only one problem she’s unwillingly become a member of the Los Muertos, Bedlems mortal enemy.
Is their love for each going to cause another war/blood bath between the two groups?
Ive enjoyed this book so much that I’ve found it hard to write this review as I told myself that I had to write about the book before I downloaded book two Possession.
***Publication Date: 25 September 2018. Pages: 167. My Rating: ***