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Sue [Kindle Edition]

Wodke Hawkinson
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Sue Cox had been lured into a bizarre relationship with Zeke, a man whose stunning looks hid a demented mind. She had left town with him on a road trip and nearly lost her life in the process. She was saved from death at the last minute by a private investigator, Will Falstaff, whom her parents had hired to find her and bring her home. But, Zeke was still out there.

In this sequel to the novel, Zeke, Sue begins her long recovery. Melvin, the young assistant to Will, is hired to escort her, a precaution in the event Zeke returns to finish the job. Though Sue does not want protection, she gradually grows to trust Melvin even as she learns to be more self-reliant. With the help of her psychiatrist and the loving support of her parents, she works through her tangled emotions and begins to clear the brainwashing from her mind so she can rebuild her life. She vows to never be a victim again. But, Zeke has other plans. . .
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“A very satisfying follow-up to the disturbing events in Zeke, Sue contains enough back-story to be a stand-alone novel.” ~Randi Canning

A gentler read than ZEKE, but every bit as riveting.

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  • File Size: 615 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,843 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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This book is a must read for anyone who read the book ZEKE, liked it and wants to know what happened to Sue. I don't think this book is a stand alone but it is an excellent resolution to what began in the book "Zeke." To compare this book with Zeke, however, is just plain silly. To do so is as nonsensical as comparing apples to oranges.

I read this book because I really came to care about Sue while reading Zeke and I wanted to know how her life turned out. The book Sue is the story of a young women's struggle to rebuild her life; to remake herself and to become strong after a cataclysmic near death experience. I think the author did a good job of chronicling this journey. Although I've never experienced what Sue did in "ZEKE," thank goodness, I found some of Dr. Camden's observations, analysis and advice personally applicable.

I would classify this as a Psychological Suspense. To me, a thriller implies "edge of your seat action but a Suspense implies apprehension of and anxiousness for what comes next in a story.

The "Pace" or progression of this story is rather slow but steady. Maybe because I anticipated the pace of the story given the plot, the pace of this story did now upset me or cause me to become bored like I did periodically while reading "ZEKE" (read my review of ZEKE to understand this statement better). As for the ending, maybe it's wasn't as "thrilling" as some would have like but I felt that it was quite appropriate and satisfying. The Author has a good talent for presenting deeply psychological stories that leave you reflecting on their implications and man's inhumanity to man.

I recommend reading this book only if you've read "ZEKE" first. I plan to check out a few other books by this author.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Wow. Dark. Pulls you in. Very extreme rough scenes but the story and her strength and who she becomes throughout the book make the extremely rough scenes worth getting thru. I am not even sure why this is classified romance. More like thriller. Suspense or just plain mind f@ckery. But so glad I found it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Light at the end of a dark, dark, DARK tunnel... May 9, 2014
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Fantastic follow up. The character development of Sue post Zeke is sympathetic and you start to find yourself backing her.

Highly recommend as the conclusion to the horror that was Zeke (which is a fantastic dark as all hell novel in itself).
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After finishing “ZEKE” I felt like the story had ended a bit unresolved given all we had been through with the characters. SPOILER ALERT for “ZEKE”: I am not saying that because of the cliche “he is still out there and will do it again” epilogue. That ending was a given since he was nether captured or killed. Therefore, I was happy to see that the complete closure I had desired would be granted in this sequel. I was only somewhat right.

In “SUE” you will read a well-written account of what the aftermath of Zeke’s actions would have been for Susan Cox: her therapy, empowerment, and learning to trust a man again. It is all there and it is about as well done as anyone could hope for, but why are we reading the book to begin with…entertainment.

After reading “ZEKE” which although dark and disturbing is definitely a change from most people’s everyday life hence...entertaining. I was engrossed in this book and wanted to find out more to get to something thrilling, which is not really the case. There are a few apprehensive moments along the way yet all in all you are really just reliving bits of the last book as Sue works through her demons. There is nothing really wrong with this, but it did not seem necessary for an entire book. I felt as if this could have been better if it were just included in the book “ZEKE”. It starts off where “Zeke” left off anyway, and together would have been just over 600 pages. It may seem long to some people, but those usually make the best character driven stories because you get to know them so well. Maybe the authors had not come up with this end of the story when “ZEKE” was published; maybe they feel two books are better than one. I don’t know.
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3.0 out of 5 stars I was disappointed... March 26, 2014
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This book follows Sue as she tries to put her life back together and heal after her ordeal with Zeke. The sick and twisted Zeke, oh how I loved reading the first book. I couldn't get enough of Zeke. That's why I was so disappointed with this one, I just kept waiting, and waiting. I was expecting more Zeke. More terror. Maybe some background on Zeke, who he really was, why is was the way he was.
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5.0 out of 5 stars They did it again! January 18, 2014
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Dear Readers,

As you know my penchant for dark romances this took the cake Oh my dear sweet goodness. Wodke Hawkinson you have done it again!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A much needed follow-up October 28, 2013
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The follow up to Zeke all from Sue's POV. It's not what happened during her time with him but the after. Zeke was a tough book. He was an extremely disturbed, psychotic but god-like man. He was charismatic and sin-walking. He 'picked' Sue and made her fall in love then took over her life. His book details the road trip they went on, the one he convinced her she needed. He was loving at first then cruel, demeaning and flat out sadistically mean. She is finally saved by PI Will with he help of Roxie and Melvin.

In Sue, Melvin is her bodyguard so to speak. From the second he saw her picture he fell for her. The book chronicles their journey as well as her need to stalk the internet because she HAS to find Zeke and kill him. Zeke and a girl are found dead in a burned building. She senses he is still around. Eventually Zeke comes for her but it all works out.

This book is a 360 from the first but that's okay it wouldn't have made sense any other way. It was a good follow up with a nice HEA. Zeke is a book you will never forget it is well written even though it is truly disturbing.
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Wodke Hawkinson is the name under which writing duo PJ Hawkinson and K Wodke release their co-authored works. Wodke Hawkinson's multi-genre style gives the readers a rich and varied experience. Catch Her in the Rye is the first collaborated work released by Wodke Hawkinson. This short story collection offers a variety of genres, something for every taste. There are two more books in this series of short fiction: Blue, Selected Short Stories Vol. 2 and Alone, Selected Short Stories, Vol. 3. In addition to their popular novel, Betrayed, they have also released: Zeke, a dark novel of obsession; Tangerine, a tale of romance and intrigue set in the future; Sue, a sequel to Zeke; and Dark Longings,a mystery/suspense.

Upcoming projects include a variety of short story singles, a fourth volume/collection of short stories, and a fantasy novel.

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