Author: T. M. Frazier
Homeless. Hungry. Desperate.
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.
Hey guys, after a long time I bring you this review.
King is part of a series of 10 books as I told you at the beginning, and as the synopsis tells us about Doe, a girl who does not remember anything about her life. He is approximately 18 years old.
Doe has a best friend Nikki, however, she makes a living by prostituting herself.
The protagonist day by day has to fight for its survival, until one day Nikki proposes to him to do the same thing because she has to search protection.
They go to a party that is organized in Logan's Beach.
Doe is willing to surrender her virginity, even though she has gone to police stations, no one is looking for her and is disappointed because she really wants to recover her memories with her previous life.
At the party there is a biker club: Beach Bastards MC. Among them is Bear, friend of the protagonist King.
It is a character that certainly has the correct nickname, however, I will not say more because it would be considered a spoiler.
On the other hand we have King. A character who was imprisoned for a time, however, when leaving this, is a different person. With different not only I mean physically, also he changed a little your personality.
King and Doe meet at that party, but their story was not so romantic that we say. There must be many events to discover everything that entangles each piece of it.
And yes, it may be something crazy that I like, however, it's a book that catches you from start to finish. You can not stop reading it.
However, I recommend it for those over 18 so they can properly understand the plot and really have an open mind, because it is a very strong book.
Handles issues such as rape, bullying, etc.