Fix Marcosa is at war.
The battlefield: New York City.
He knows every street like the back of his hand. The darkened alleyways and back streets conceal secrets only he knows.
Somewhere out there, an unknown element is threatening the life of the woman he loves.
Fix doesn’t mind shedding a little blood to get protect those close to him, though.
He doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty.
And when he goes to war…he sure as hell doesn’t lose.
Sera Lafferty knows what it’s like to run.
She’s been running her whole damn life.
With death now looming over her, it seems as though she must run again if she wants to survive.
The dark, storm-kissed stranger she met in a motel room offers another solution, however.
Fix is a challenge. An enigma. A savage force of nature. He will be her shield against the coming darkness, if only she will let him.
But can she trust the tortured ex-priest to keep her safe?
Should she run from New York as fast as possible?
Or should she stand and fight?
Freaks is the final instalment of the Dirty Nasty Freaks series.
Prepare for blood.
Prepare for betrayal.
Prepare for war.
★★★ 3 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓲𝓿𝓮𝔀 ★★★
I am starting to wonder if continuing series are for me anymore. I always enjoy the first book, then don't particularly care for the rest. This was definitely the case with this series.
Let me first say, I had pretty much figured out the who by the beginning of this book. I am not sure if I was supposed to have figured it out. I had my suspicions during the second book, but by the first quarter of this book, I knew for sure. That left me a little disappointed.
I felt like the writing and this book in particular completely fell off. Nothing of greatness really happened until the end of this one. I found myself just begging for something to happen. And the sex in this book was greatly misplaced, especially the first one. I found myself rolling my eyes. It was just thrown in there like, hey let's just have sex at this most inopportune time.
I get why so many liked this book and series so much. It's definitely an acquired taste. I typically like darker books. This one just felt like the author was just trying to top herself scene after scene. A lot just didn't fit with the flow of the book for me.