Dark Needs (The Dark Light of Day, #1.5, King #0.5). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Dark Needs by T.M. Frazier

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

“A revenge kill is the best kind of kill.

But a revenge kill for your family, with your woman’s permission? 

That’s borderline erotic.” – Jake, The Dark Light of Day

Jake has come back home to Abby after violently disposing of the man who almost destroyed his family. With blood literally still on his hands, the only thing on Jake’s mind is making up for lost time with the woman he loves.

Dark Needs

Very Nice. Abby and Jake from Jake’s POV.

This book is pretty much what I wanted in the last one. It describes Jake’s love at first sight for Abby, which even he admits is something he didn’t believe in until it happened to him. Though I truly believe there really is no such thing. It is really lust at first sight and if the same two people end up together, they later call it love at first sight.

On a side note, this book is described in some places as “The Dark Light of Day, #1.5” and in others as “King, #0.5” since it is a Novella and it is the POV of Jake and can also be seen as his introduction. Since Jake shows up in quite a few of the books In the King series as a mysterious figure, this book is definitely worth reading if you are going to or have read that series. Actually both of these are worth it.

This story shows Jake as the cold blooded killer he is and tells how he got rid of Owen, how he returns to Abby afterwards and is afraid she might not see him the same knowing what he just did. They also go through some more trials and tribulations before the end of the story and like all the books in the King series this has a killer ending. It is a novella so it is shorter but I really liked it.

If you didn’t read my review for the first book, my only complaint was that Jake was a bit too nice. Since we saw him in the King books as such a cold blooded emotionless killer who just like to torture and kill. The fact that he just all the sudden falls in insta love and starts treating this girl all nice seemed a bit out of character. So this is more of what I was expecting and wanting. I’m glad T.M Frazier did this follow up in his POV.


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