“I love you. Fiercely. Possessively. Crazily. Always.”
After finishing The Outskirts I waited with great anticipation for the second book The Outliers to be released, because I just had to know how this amazing story would conclude and what would become of Finn and Sawyer. One thing that drives me crazy is a cliffy and I guess that is partly because I can be somewhat of an impatient person and need to know the endings, but that’s what you get with duets. The Outliers was well worth the wait and certainly did not disappoint.
The Outliers consisted of so many different layers, twists and turns and suspense that I just loved. It kept me captivated throughout, but the thing I loved most about this read was the timeless, passionate and unapologetic love that continued to grow between Finn and Sawyer.
“My entire being reacted to him from my nose to my toes. From my heart to my soul.”
I’m not going to write a detailed and in depth review because it’s really difficult to do without giving away spoilers from book 1 or book 2. It is a duet and therefore a direct follow on, but I urge everyone to check this out (and the previous if you haven’t read it yet).
If you are looking for a duet to read that will keep you fully engaged from start to finish with all the mystery, twists and turns, and a love so hot and passionate it will almost set your kindle on fire then this is the duet for you. I loved Finn and Sawyer and their unbreakable connection, but I also loved a number of the side characters, especially Josh, Miller and my absolute favorite Critter… Sigh! T.M. Frazier’s writing is second to none, her imagination and the different directions she takes her readers on throughout is always amazing. It was a fabulous duet which I highly recommend.
About the Author:
T.M.Frazier is a USA TODAY bestselling author. She resides in sunny Southwest Florida with her husband and her young daughter.
When she’s not writing she loves talking to her readers, country music, reading and traveling. Her debut novel, The Dark Light of Day was published in September of 2013 and when she started writing it she intended for it to be a light beachy romance.
Well…it has a beach in it!