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The Empathy series Box set by [Dukey, Ker]
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  • File Size: 3979 KB
  • Print Length: 579 pages
  • Publication Date: August 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013Z5FN0S
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I was given the opportunity to read and review the entire Empathy series by Ker Dukey in preparation for the release of the box set which is only .99 cents at the moment!

**Warning: these books contain subject matter that some might find offensive**

I had heard fantastic things about this series and have several friends who have given the books high ratings on GoodReads.

It didn’t take long for me to see why they all loved it so much. I was instantly hooked within the first few pages of Empathy and found it almost impossible to put down!


I found this novel to be captivating and highly entertaining! Each character faced their own set of demons and had their own individual ways of reacting to certain situations.

I loved the heroine, Melody, who is just an average student trying to get through college when her whole world is turned upside down and she is faced with circumstances she never could have possibly imagined would happen. Although she does do a few things that made me want to shake some sense into her, I found her to be very likable and courageous.

It’s difficult to say exactly how I feel about Blake, because he’s not exactly the epitome of a “hero” in a novel. He does things that are shocking and devastating, but in a very sick way, it’s hard to NOT like him. It’s obvious that despite his cold demeanor, he has a tremendous amount of love for a few choice people in his life.

We also get to meet Ryan who is quite an enigma. He has so many issues that would be a psychiatrist’s dream! He suffered unimaginable things in his youth that have caused irreparable psychological and emotional damage.
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By lindy on November 2, 2015
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Ryan doesn’t keep people around or get close to anyone. According to him, they’re not interesting enough. I don’t see what’s so intriguing about Melody though; this wasn’t depicted. Ryan seems to be the real psycho, not Blake. I like that we’re not getting his full story which creates a mystery of who he actually is. I knew something was up with that club murderer, I just needed to see how the story would play out.
I didn’t see how Blake and Melody’s relationship could survive but she accepts him, I definitely wouldn’t.
Blake is called Damian and Damien, plus a lot of other writing/editing mistakes.
Story is told from the POV of Blake, Melody and Ryan.

Desolate gives us more of Ryan. Here we see Ryan in all his abominably captivating glory. More psychopaths are added to the mix.
Ryan has duped his doctors and is released from the psych hospital. His goal is to find Cereus, his niece and release his dark urges. However when he meets her, he learns that she is a lot like him and a dark bond is formed.
I loved it when Mel went psycho b****. Haha
Again lots of grammar and editing errors. Even more than Empathy.

Wow!!. The twists and turns. Cereus is away at college and is trying to live a normal life but the darkness is slowly consuming her. In the beginning I really thought Cereus was a schizophrenic psychopath. She had me thinking Randall was real and that he would become her co-killer, maybe replace Ryan as the monster in her life.
Will Cereus embrace the darkness or will it consume her?

Cereus is lost. Crazy beyond redemption. She allows the darkness to take over, but she will have to face the truth whether she wants to or not.
One hole I find in the plot though is how were the detectives unable to see that Blake was involved in with Ryan and Cereus.
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When somebody in my blog group recommend this series, I got to one clicking because why would they steer me in the wrong direction, plus it was on sale so how could I not? This series is on a totally different spectrum from what I normally read though. There is some sex - one of the characters’ is very much into BDSM but it’s so much darker than I’m used to reading and I’ve read A LOT of BDSM books’ but most of all the story line is dark and mysterious and deep, very deep. In fact, there were several parts of these books’ that I found myself holding my breath or my heart was beating so hard, I had to put my kindle down and take a break. There is love, there is a light at the end of the tunnel or so you think. When you think everything is going to be okay, Ker pulls out the rug from underneath you and laughs in your face and I loved it, every minute of it.

The first book in this series is Empathy. Here we are introduced to Ryan and Blake, brothers that have both been put through the ringer and then some but the secrets Ryan holds will make your head turn. Throw sweet, protective and nurturing Melody into the picture and we have a game changer. Her whole world has been knocked off its axis and the one person she winds up gravitating to, ends up bring more destruction and heartache into her life. Watch as life’s are changed, hearts are mended and the world is once again righted…

In Desolate, we get to see the lighter side of life, for a brief moment. Blake and Melody have come so far, settled into life and started a family. Everything is perfect until that one ugly day…that one day that changed everything…again. This was probably my favorite book of the whole series because the darkness wasn’t constantly present.
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