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…
Loved it! All The Rage certainly lived up to it’s name. Both by being an enthralling story and the heroine’s temper. This story is about an extremely disturbed young woman. It’s about a young man that’s conflicted, he’s at a crossroads in his life. It’s also a love story but love isn’t always conventional. Sometimes love is dark, scary, messy and complicated. But it’s also sweet, funny and hot. You get all of that in this story.
Rage is a homicidal maniac. An assassin. An arsonist. All of the above wrapped up in the physical appearance of a cheerleader. She’s beautiful and built. She’s always known she was different. She’s always been detached emotionally. She never fit in with anyone but her childhood friend, Cody. She doesn’t love anyone but her parents and Cody but she walks away from all of them so they can have a shot at a normal life. Something Rage can never give them.
Nolan is a NHL bound womanizer. Well, he was before he got injured in a fight. Now he’s moping about his unsure future. He sees a gorgeous woman, who dropped into his life and from that second on, he’s obsessed. He can tell that she has secrets but so does he. He wants her anyway.
Rage is linked to but kind of separate from the King series. You can read it as a standalone but would make more sense to be read with the King series. I enjoyed the book but it took me a while. Rage was hard to like. She was very detached and not warm or fuzzy at all. About 40%, I clicked with her. The story just flew by after that. I love T.M. Frazier’s books. When they release, I pounce on and devour them. She writes flawed characters so well. If I had a complaint with the story, it was Nolan’s MC link. I never totally bought into his being in an MC. It just never felt right. Otherwise, solid read. Now I want Preppy’s book!