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Deadly by [Dukey, Ker]
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  • Print Length: 95 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013Z36GN8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
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This is the last book in the Empathy Series by Ker. I thought this book was really good, intense, gripping, brutal. I, like many others had taken a shine to Ryan, and in this book I actually felt sorry for him. He was like a lost little boy sometimes and Cereus was the big bad wolf. Taking care of her, worrying himself over her, being the "protective" Uncle, and sometimes not knowing what to do for her. We get a lot more of Mel and Blake in this book as well and there were times my heart went out to the pair of them.
This is my favourite series of Ker's and I felt a loss when I got to the last page, I wasn't ready for it to end by any means, I could have gone on forever and I was tapping my kindle waiting for the next page.
An amazing series that has kept me on the edge wanting more every time each book finished. A dark dark series from a brilliant mind !!!
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The moment this book went live after midnight, I have to read it. Ryan and Cereus. This is a f*cked up, screwed up taboo "love story". These two are dark soul mates and reading about their bloodbath romps is my guilty pleasure. We know they aren't supposed to do "the deed" but deep down (and I know I don't need to dig deeper) I really wanted them to do it, you have to read the book to find out if they did by the way. I am so sad this is the last of the series, I wish there were more. Ker Dukey you have mad skills in bringing out that dark side in each of your followers. OMG what have you done to my head! Five stars for this book!!!
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What can I say about this one For me it is the perfect ending to The empathy Series,

I can't say to much with out spoilers but for me it was the only ending for this series it could have gone one of 2 ways and i am so glad Ker didn't go there cause maybe in the Future Ryan and Cereus might have more to tell us (wishful hoping).

Ker you gave them the perfecting Ending in my eyes cause to me.

Ker thank you for sharing Ryan and the gang with us.

If you are a fan of the Empathy series this is a must read
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I love the characthers in this series/book, they're so twisted and dark!

In this instalment we get to catch up with cereus and Ryan and there strange relationship.....

Expect blood!

I enjoyed this part and getting into there heads a little more, I'm not sure how this story will end, orwas that the end?

3.75-4.00 dark twisty stars
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So dark....so twisted..but ohh soooooooo good!! You really need to have read Empathy,Desolate and Vacant before to fully appreciate these character's..otherwise you will not get it.I actually felt a sadness by the time I finished reading Deadly but also hope that we haven't really seen the last of them...
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FIVE DEADLY STARS

OMG were the words that left me once I started reading this next instalment of the Empathy Series. I'm not a big fan of dark reads but there is just something about Ryan that draws me back to his story over and over again.
Cereus is Ryan's niece and very much like him in more ways than one. The darkness in Ryan is also in her and it frightens her. She is not at peace with it but Ryan comes to her rescue and together, unbeknownst to her mother, Melody, Cereus and Ryan wander the earth together on a killing spree. These two dark souls have a connection that no one will understand or even begin to comprehend. Together they are dangerous,destructive and deadly.

Their victims are not just random people; they are people they know albeit fleetingly or quite well and in some way or another, irritated the s***t out of them. This is a couple you would not like to upset or even meet. Ryan can control his darkness whereas Cereus cannot. So which one is the most dangerous? That's for you the reader to decide.

All good things or should that be bad, come to an end and where this journey ends will take you full circle. Not even Blake, Ryan's brother, and Cereus's father can help them.

Ker Dukey. Wow ! Your series took me to a place I'm not sure I would want to go and visit again! Ha ha! I sit here writing this review trying to figure out what makes people do the things they do. But I cannot. You took me to the creepiest, darkest corner of my mind and left me wanting more throughout the entire series. WOW! This was an incredible dark read.

I cannot express freely how mad this book is. Amazon would no doubt be after me! Congratulations and thank you for a most enjoyable read. Five well deserved deadly stars.
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"A dark king forged from sin and he carried that aura around with him like a cloak, dousing him in a warning. Beware the devil walks among you. Only I didn't see it as a warming, I saw as an invitation."

Step back into Ryan and Cereus world where they bathe in blood and revel in pain with little regard for anything other than their own dark desires. Driven by their demons to act on their impulses to kill anyone that oversteps into their bubble they have created, the twisted pair are leaving a pile of victims in their wake. This novella takes places three years on from the last in the Empathy series. Ryan has disappeared in plain sight with Cereus, with the grudging acceptance of sorts of Blake(Cereus's father/Ryan's brother).

But what happens when you can't control the raging demons...what happens when the teacher tries every method and fails? Is that when you cry defeat and embrace the truth...you are deadly and no one can help hold back the tide? Ryan is beautiful in his own twisted view of his actions, a perfect master of his urges for pain and death. His love for Cereus surpassing all other emotion he has ever felt. Confident in his supreme control and ability to know how to free, then embrace the darkness he sets in motion a dangerous game...

Deadly is brilliant. Written in a short sharp series of then and now passages, detailing the events from mainly Cereus confused point of view, she becomes further lost in her waking dreams of blood and the faces of her victims. Unable to remember with any lucidity her actions the story has a slightly manic feel of a sociopath drowning in the spontaneous and impulsive nature of their mind. It's wickedly delightful as she glimpses the true nature of the monster lurking within the confines of her soul...
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