The cover for ‘Lawless’ by T.M. Frazier shows Bear looking like an angel and a devil


Fans of The Dark Light of Day and Tyrant by T.M. Frazier rejoice because you didn’t have to wait long to see what the next book is going to look like. The cover for Lawless has now been released and it shows Bear in his tattooed bad-boyness looking like a hero and a villain all in one.

Along with the cover, the official blurb was also released:
Thia is prim and proper.
Bear is leather and lawless.
It will never work between them.
It’s a lie they almost believe.

Lawless is a spin-off of the spin-off, Tyrant. It will fall under the same world of King and Doe, so cross your fingers that we may see them again. We met Bear in Tyrant as King’s friend and partner who belonged to a motorcycle gang.

Lawless is currently available for pre-order on iTunes and is expected to be released December 8th.

T.M. Frazier


T.M. (Tracey Marie) Frazier resides in sunny Southwest Florida with her husband and three feisty fur kids.

She attended Florida Gulf Coast University where she specialized in public speaking. After years working in real estate and new home construction, she decided it was finally time to stop pushing her dreams to the back burner and pursue writing seriously.

In the third grade she wrote her very first story about a lost hamster. It earned rave reviews from both her teacher and her parents.

It only took her twenty years to start the next one.

It will not be about hamsters.

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Doe admits her fear in new ‘Tyrant’ teaser

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A new teaser was released from the 2nd book of the King duology, Tyrant, today on the author’s, T.M. Frazier, Facebook page.

The teaser is just as short as the first one, but definately gives some insigh to the book. It looks like both Doe and King are going to be struggling to find their way back together. Question is, will they succeed? With Frazier at the helm, there is no way to predict it because she has proven that her work can be unpredictable.

The King duology is a spin-off series from The Dark Light of Day novella, Dark Needs. It  follows King on a journey as he tries to get back the two women that he loves the most.

You can pre-order Tyrant on Amazon now and to hold you over until August 14, you can read King.

What do you think of the teaser?

King and Pup have a little ‘chat’ in first ‘Tyrant’ teaser

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Yesterday, author TM Frazier released the first teaser from the 2nd book of the King duology, Tyrant.

In the teaser, King looks to be sneaking into Doe’s room so that he can have what he calls ‘a talk’. If you read the first book we all know that the talk is going to entail. A little bow-chicka-bow-wow. For me, I am glad to have this teaser because it shows that King is going to figure out some way to get back to Doe.

Tyrant is up for pre-order on Amazon now and you can get caught up before the August 15th release by reading King. King is a spin-off from her other book The Dark Light of Day which introduced to us the dark world that King controls.

This book is meant to be the final book in the duology but Frazier has hinted that we may see a book for Bear. Only time will tell for this.

What did you think of the teaser?



King marks Doe in new teaser for “King” by TM Frazier


In the spin-off series from TM Frazier’s other book, The Dark Light of Day, we meet King (who we met in the novella, ) as he has never needed anyone in his life. That is until he meets Doe.



Homeless, hungry and desperate enough to steal, Doe has no memories of who she is or where she comes from.

A notorious career criminal just released from prison, King is someone you don’t want to cross unless you’re prepared to pay him back in blood, sweat, pu$$y or a combination of all three.

King’s future hangs in the balance. Doe’s is written in her past. When they come crashing together, they will have to learn that sometimes in order to hold on, you have to first let go.

Warning: This book contains graphic violence, consensual and nonconsensual sex, drug use, abuse, and other taboo subjects and adult subject matter. Although originally slated to be a standalone, KING is now a two part series.



Tattooing Doe was the single most erotic moment of my life. Marking her perfect, pale skin with a tattoo I’d designed for her made me so fucking hard I had to adjust myself every thirty seconds in order to concentrate on my work.

When I was done, I handed her the hand mirror, and she walked over to the full-sized mirror that hung on the back of the door, like she’d seen dozens of my other clients do before. When she held up the hand mirror, she gasped.

“What?” I asked in a panic, hoping she didn’t already see what I’d hidden in the tattoo. I was an asshole for putting it there. I was an asshole for tattooing her in the first place.

I was just an asshole.

But I couldn’t help myself. My name needed to be on her. It wasn’t enough just to call her mine. I needed to mark her as well. So hidden in the vine work under the quote I found that I thought was perfect for her, was my name.

KING was woven into the design.  In order to see it you had to tilt your head or otherwise you wouldn’t notice it. But it was there.

I would tell her eventually of course, but I wanted it to be my secret for a while. She’d stopped being my possession a while ago, a lot longer before I cared to admit, but I still felt the need to mark her as mine.

I still liked the idea of owning her.

Only now, she owned me, too.

She didn’t notice the name. Tears filled her eyes. She stood there staring at the hand mirror in just her panties. Little cheeky ones where her ass hung out of the bottoms. Her tits were only inches from my face. Her tears of happiness made my dick twitch. Although her sad tears evoked the same response.

My dick wasn’t partial to which kind of tears he liked.

I took the mirror from her hand and lifted her up onto the counter. “You like it?” I asked, pushing her panties down her legs.

“I love it,” she panted, wrapping her legs around me, drawing me close. Her wetness soaking my boxers. I pushed them down with one hand. I’d been hard for three hours, the entire time I’d been working on her, and couldn’t wait any longer. I pushed inside her tight, wet heat.

We both moaned at the contact.

“You love it?” I asked, needing to hear her say it again.

“Yes, I love it!” she said as I thrust up into her, hard. “I love it. So much. I love you.”

I froze when I heard the words, and when I did, her eyes flung open.

“I didn’t mean—”

“Shut the fuck up.”

“Oh my god, I have that word vomit thing. I’m sorry.  Shit, I just meant that—”

“Shut the fuck up!” I demanded, thrusting hard to get her attention. She closed her eyes, and her head fell back. “That’s fucking better. Now, keep that pretty mouth of yours shut while I fuck you.”

“Okay,” she whispered, breathless.

“Shut up,” I said again, and she closed her mouth. “Shut up so I can fuck you…and show you how much I love you.”

She nodded and although her eyes stayed shut, a tear rolled down her cheek. I sucked it off her chin before it could fall to the floor.

Then, I fucked her.


I showed her how much I loved her until I couldn’t tell where I started and she began. Until all that was in that room was me and her and the thing between us that kept pulling us together like magnets. Until we were lost in sensations and orgasms.

And in each other.

I fucked her until we were one person, and in a way we were, because I’d lost myself along the way and I found myself again in the most unlikely place.

I’d found myself again in the haunted eyes of a girl who was just as lost as I was.

Or maybe, we didn’t find each other at all.

Maybe, we just decided to be lost together.

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T.M. (Tracey Marie) Frazier resides in sunny Southwest Florida with her husband and three feisty fur kids.

She attended Florida Gulf Coast University where she specialized in public speaking. After years working in real estate and new home construction, she decided it was finally time to stop pushing her dreams to the back burner and pursue writing seriously.

In the third grade she wrote her very first story about a lost hamster. It earned rave reviews from both her teacher and her parents.

It only took her twenty years to start the next one.

It will not be about hamsters.

Stalk Her: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and Goodreads.

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TM Frazier announces “King” release date


A few days ago, TM Frazier left a Facebook status stating that she had a ‘special message’ for her fans for Monday. She didn’t waste any time posting a video giving the fans an update on what we can expect for the future.

You can see it by going here.

 The biggest news comes from the announcement of King, which was supposed to come out last month but got delayed. We can now expect the book to come out June 15th. There will be pre-order links available beforehand, but for now, they are not up.

Stay tuned for that.

But she doesn’t stop there. She announces two more books that she has been working on.

She announced when her next two books are going to come out. The second book will be a sequel to King (but it doesn’t have a title yet) and that is expected to come out August 17th. The final book that we are going to see from her comes from the same world and it’s called Lawless. This one is expected to come out December 7th.

King duology is a spin-off from The Dark Light of Day book. We first meet the character for King at the end of the Novella Dark Needs. Jake meets him at the end of the book after he helps him get out of jail. So that probably means we will see Jake and Abby again.

What do you think of the announcement?

Book of the Week – “King” by TM Frazier


This book is  sequel of sorts from Frazier’s The Dark Light of Day. We meet the character King in the novella Dark Needs as he calls on Jake for help, but who does he want Jake to take out? Frazier proved in her debut book that she is not afraid to push the envelope and show the ugly side of life. This novel comes with a disclaimer that it’s going to have graphic scenes and this is disclaimer that you should take seriously. But like the first novel, the graphic violence helps make the beautiful ending that much better.

King is available for Kindle, Nook, and Kindle UK.

Are you going to buy King?

“The Dark Light of Day” by T.M. Frazier – a thrilling read with twists at every turn

The book follows Abby as she learns that her Gran, the person who has taken care of her for the past few years has been killed in a way that doesn’t make sense. She is 17 and out of school with no where to go. She tries to trust Owen, someone’s she’s know from high school who was nice to her, but her past keeps him from getting to close. She doesn’t let anyone in.

That is until she meets Jake.

Jake is a tattooed bad boy who has trouble written all over him, but she can’t help but feel safe with him. Jake has his own baggage and own problems but is completely drawn to Abby. They start a broken, twisted relationship but exactly what they both need.

Abby’s bad luck continues to haunt her even when she finds happiness with Jake. She can’t seem to catch a break but she doesn’t let that stop her. She continues to break through the stuff that life throws at her and survives.

This book is definitely not your typical love story. Both Abby and Jake have troubled pasts with issues that they have to deal with everyday. With each other, they are able to build each other up and become the best versions of themselves.

The book does have some graphic scenes that involve rape that might be a little hard to read, but it’s important to read if you want to get Abby. Seeing her conquer her past and what she’s gone through helps you understand the decisions she makes and her as a character.

While Frazier did a good job at showing the violence and the hardships that Jake and Abby had to go through, but it would have been helpful to have more development in the relationship. For someone like Abby and what she went through as a child, it didn’t make much sense that she would just jump into any kind of relationship with Jake, especially considering how they met. Considering the book was only around 250 pages, another chapter or two of showing them together would have been more helpful to develop them and better to understand how they could change so drastically after meeting.

Abby as a character was fully developed but Jake could have used some more work. We know that he’s a dark person who has a dark life, but we only see glimpses of it. It would have been more fun if we had more, like at the end in the epilogue when we get Jake’s POV on a scene. While it was graphic, it gave us an insight to Jake’s psyche and was very entertaining to read.

Overall, it was a good start for T.M. Frazier’s book career. It’s a gripping story that will have you at the edge of your seat. Just a little more development in Abby and Jake’s relationship would have pushed the story to excellent, but considering this is her first book, she should be fine.

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