Permission is the conclusion of Grim and Emma Jean’s story.
He was my first.
But since then I’ve been programmed to enjoy torture.
Being taken two at a time.
I feel nothing now. I’m empty. Hollow. Lost.
He knows it. He knows I need more.
So, he gives it to me.
My body has never felt such pleasure.
My heart has never endured such pain.
(Perversion Trilogy #3)
by T.M. Frazier
Permission is the last in the Perversion trilogy and I have to say, Tracey did an amazing job of keeping me on my toes and ending this crazy ride of a story in the best way possible. Permission picks up almost right where Possession ended and if you’ve read the previous two books (which I hope you have) then you know what a heart attack Possession caused at the end. As with all of Tracey’s books, this one started at a fast pace and you’re left winded and feeling crazy in love by the time it ends. I can’t compliment Tracey enough on her amazing ability to pull readers into worlds that only she could imagine and make them feel real to us. When you dive into the Perversion trilogy be ready for an action-packed plot with lots of twists and turns among the way; you will be shocked at where she takes you.
The plot itself was fabulously well written. As I’ve said it a continuance of the previous two novels and in Permission we finally answers. I felt that the plot twists that came along in this book were necessary and made the book an even better story than I ever could have imagined. Grim and Tricks’ relationship is a beautiful kind of chaos and it shines through all them madness they’ve endured.
Grim was his steady and domineering self but with a little more softness towards Tricks. He’s a leader through and through and I think it shows quite well in this book. Tricks had a lot to go through in this book and I loved watching her character grow into her own and accept who she is and where she came from.
Overall, I really enjoyed this series. My only grievance with Permission was the lack of communication between Grim and Tricks at the end. With the situation she was placed in I felt like there was no need to have a complete lack of communication, even with everything that was going on. Honestly though, I guess, in a way, it fit with the story and with their personalities.