The Outliers (The Outskirts Duet #2) by T.M. Frazier
Sensual. Heartbreaking. Passionate. Overwhelming. Maddening.
That’s 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 Outskirts, we have to make a choice.
Let the lies destroy our chance at future together or...bury them deep in the swamp where they belong.
Got a shovel?
The conclusion to the duet! And by duet, you do know that means you have to read the first book to even remotely understand this one, right?
Frazier "brings it" with the end of the duet with perfectly orchestrated words, plot, and finale.
One of my favorite things about this duet is that Frazier carefully constructs the angst and drama around the main characters and surrounds them with it. But Finn and Sawyer always team together and avoid unnecessary angst and misunderstandings between them. Sometimes I just need a book where the main characters are solid as one and there aren't crazy secrets between the two. Let the angst and trauma happen elsewhere.
Yeah, tis one is tat one with all the tings.
There are still plenty of jaw dropping moments and suspense... but a true love story lies therein. Family, humor, swamps, religion, tings, love, death... and finding yourself. It's all here.
Don't worry. This one really does conclude and we aren't left hanging in the swamp sad and alone.
Do we get a spin-off of Miller and Josh? Please?