Blog Tour: Preppy: The Life & Death of Samuel Clearwater, Part Three (King #7) by T.M. Frazier

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The bowtie is BACK!

Dre was just a beautiful stranger when Preppy saved her the first time around. Now, he has to save her again, but she's no longer some stranger, she's family, and he has no idea who or what he's up against.

What he does know is that putting his family back together is the only acceptable outcome.

Preppy's to-do list?


He's alive...and he's out for BLOOD.

Preppy Part Three is the third book and conclusion of Preppy and Dre's story. It's also the 7th book in the King Series, which should be read in order starting with KING & TYRANT.


Oh Preppy. I loved you from that first book and through all the highs and lows this series had to offer. Man this was a great ending. Note: this is not a standalone book. You have to at least read the first two parts of Preppy, but should read the prior 6 books in the series to really understand everything that is happening. They are all amazing so why not?

Okay. Preppy. I love him so much. He was always my favorite and he has had a lot to deal with throughout this series. I won't ever forget the end of Soulless and finding out we would get to hear Peppy's story! It was awesome and I have loved every minute of this ride. This author doesn't hold back and anything can happen. I mean the things these characters go through, but it is worth it in the end.

Preppy and Dre have come along way from the first part of their story. They are together and happy with a kid they adopted and it is wonderful. Of course it can't stay that way forever, but then again the last book ends with Dre getting kidnapped. Now I will say this chapter wasn't as intense as I was expecting. It was sweet and kind and yeah some bad things happen, but you also get some beautiful moments with these two and the rest of the gang. Those times that make my heart so big watching them figure everything out. I am so happy all of them find their forevers. King and Ray, Bear and Thia, and Preppy and Dre. I know I am not really talking a lot about the storyline, but I don't want to ruin anything. If you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting yourself into. And that ending. Oh, I almost cried because it was over! I want more and more and more. Can't I just keep reading about these characters forever? No? Okay. I guess I will just have to wait to see what the author has in store for us next. I am sure I will love it just as much as I loved these books. It is just hard to say goodbye to characters that you have followed for so long. At least I can always re-read the books. Really if you know the series you won't want to miss this final chapter. Because pancakes! Oh, Preppy.

*Note: I received a free copy of this book for voluntary review consideration

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★


Kevin had occasionally done something that reminded me of myself, but next to a DNA test, I still had no valid proof he was my brother. Nothing that connected us as family.

Until now.

“Dude, you’re creeping me out,” Kevin said, reaching for his shorts.

Before he could pull them back on I dropped the hose and bee-lined toward him, wrapping him in a bear hug. “You really are my brother.”

“Huh?” Kevin asked, standing as still as a statue.

“Shhhh…just let me love you.”

“What exactly is going on out here?” Dre asked from the porch, flipping on the light. I still didn’t let go.

“He’s my brother. I’m sure of it now,” I informed her.

“I have no idea what’s going on,” Kevin said, wiggling free from my grip.

“Oh yeah?” Dre asked, amusement in her sleepy tone. She yawned and cinched the sash of the sexy little robe she was wearing that showed off those amazing legs of hers. “How are you so sure?”

I stepped back and pointed down to Kevin’s massive cock. “Because of that!”

Dre’s sweet laughter filled the air. I picked up the hose again and started to spray Kevin down. “Shit man, that’s cold!” he shouted, dancing around in the grass. “And are you gonna fill me in on what exactly she’s laughing at?”

“That,” I informed him, spraying his crotch with water. “Because I just found more proof that we’re brothers than the fact that we think we both were shot out of the same cunt.” I grinned from ear to ear.

“Okay? And what’s that?” Kevin asked. I turned off the hose and Dre tossed him a towel.

I dropped my eyes to the huge slab of man meat between Kevin’s legs. “From the waist down we’re not just brothers, we’re fucking twinsies.”

“Uh, what the fuck, Preppy?” Kevin asked, putting his shorts back on.

“Quick,” I said. “Tell me something. How do you feel about pancakes?”

Kevin shivered. “Honestly, I’m more of a waffle kind of guy.”

Dre gasped.

I shut my eyes tightly, clenching my fists at my side. I cracked my neck and slowly turned to face him. I opened my eyes. “What the fuck did you just say to me, boy? You better start running.”

“Wait, what?” Kevin asked, taking a step back and tripping over the sprinkler. He stood up and bolted through the gate. I chased him through the field while Dre looked on and laughed.

“I take it all back! You’re not my brother!” I shouted, tackling him to the ground and sitting on his chest.

“What the fuck, Preppy?” Kevin asked, squirming under me.

“You and I need to have a serious fucking talk.” I leaned down until my nose was almost touching his. “About the abomination that is waffles.”

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About the Author:

T.M.Frazier is a USA TODAY bestselling author. She resides in sunny Southwest Florida with her husband and her young daughter. When she’s not writing she loves talking to her readers, country music, reading and traveling. Her debut novel, The Dark Light of Day was published in September of 2013 and when she started writing it she intended for it to be a light beachy romance. Well…it has a beach in it! Her latest works include her USA TODAY BESTSELLING KING SERIES and All the Rage.
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