This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review.Rook has had a rough life; her mother didn't care about her, she ends up in foster care, her boyfriend abuses and controls her, when she finally gets free, she ends up living in a homeless shelter where she has to constantly be on her guard. After being fired from her most recent job she spends her last ten dollars on a cup of coffee and while sitting there has a business card thrown at her head. She decides to take the appointment, Antoine the photographer wants her as the model for the Tragic series and Ronin wants her to be his. Rook just wants to be safe and take care of herself, can she do what Antoine want and become an erotic model? Will she give up her new sense of freedom and become Ronins or will she leave? This book was interesting, it was in duel pov going between Ronin and Rook, it was interesting to see why Ronin did some of the things he did. Ronin was a pretty good male main character, he was young and in charge of a bunch of women who were erotic models he had a lot of responsibilites and he took them seriously. Rook really was a hot mess, she didn't know what to do or who to believe, she did things she didn't feel comfortable with and felt cheap afterwards because she needed the money. The book was different and I liked reading it, but there were certain parts that I felt were a little overdramatic. Tragic is a good book and I liked the ending, it will be interesting to see where the author is going to be taking this couple next.