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- Print Length: 274 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1540429938
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- Publication Date: November 28, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYSRKUV
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Pretty Lost Dolls (Pretty Little Dolls Book 2) Kindle Edition
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PRETTY LITTLE DOLLS by K. Webster and Ker Dukey, is a 2-part serial, and the books cannot be read as a standalone books. The first book in the series is PRETTY STOLEN DOLLS followed by PRETTY LOST DOLLS.
I received the first book in this series for free and decided to give it a try. It was so exciting, I couldn’t put it down. But the cliffhanger ending left me with no choice but to buy the second part of this serial so that I could see the ending. I am so glad I chose to read this series!
Book 1 begins when Jade is 14 years old and shopping with her little sister Macy. Charmed by a doll salesman, the girls accept a ride home from him and end up in the clutches of a madman who locks them away and tortures them for four years. When Jade escapes without her little sister and can't find her way back to the cabin where she left her little sister, she makes it her life mission to find her sister and bring the madman to justice. However, no amount of police work uncovers their location and she grows increasingly disheartened. Soon she discovers grisly crime scenes, and it becomes apparent that her captor is back and looking for her. Book 2 delves into her loving relationship with a man she adores and the price she and her family are forced to pay for her escape when she was younger.
There was a powerful conclusion to this story and an equally powerful start. It jumps into the meat of the plot immediately and doesn’t let up until the very end. My heart was pounding for Jade and Dillon from page one. The authors had no mercy on their readers! Fortunately, I wasn’t looking for any. Having said that, this book is horror and is not for the faint of heart. If you have any triggers, this book is not for you. There is consensual and non-consensual sex, grisly violence, and explicit language. This book would appeal to readers of Pepper Winters, A. A. Dark, and CJ Roberts.
This was a 4-star read for me. I plan to purchase this series in paperback in the hopes of meeting the authors and having the books autographed. I recommend readers buy both books in the series to get a complete story. I recommend it for anyone who enjoys a dark read.
This book earns 4 North of Normal stars!
The writing in this book was just as fantastic as it was in book one. The biggest difference from book one was that this was written in dual POV’s. Readers now get to not only see inside the mind of Jade, but now Dillon and Benny’s as well. It was absolutely brilliant being able to see Benny’s inner dialogue and discovering how his past shaped his psychotic behavior. This aspect was very important for me because I hate books/movies where there is a serial killer, but there is no explanations given about their actions. This aspect made the plot feel even more dynamic and well-rounded.
I really loved the evolution of these characters from book one. In Pretty Lost Dolls, Jade was just a child held hostage at the whims of a psychotic killer, but now as an adult with police training, it was interesting to see how Jade used it to her advantage. I loved that her decisions were very smart and calculated. She was able to use the thought of Dillon’s love to help her withstand the torture and abuse she had to withstand. I also really enjoyed seeing the softer, sweeter side of Dillon. His parts were essential for readers to know what was happening on the outside while Jade was in captivity, but other than that, I did not really think his POV was that necessary.
Benny! Defiantly one of those characters you love to hate. I almost felt sorry for him…almost. His gentler side was shown in book two, but for every moment of softness came a moment of hurt. And with a surprising turn of events, Macy, Jade’s sister, was even more psychotic than her captor. Her behavior was more cringe inducing than Benny’s, which is really saying something. Her character was the one that I felt sympathy for because her traumatic childhood turned her into a monster. She completely lacked the concept of right and wrong, and although her actions were horrendous, I felt like all she wanted was love from Benny.
Although the romance is great, it really took a back seat to the character development and plot. It still was strong and I am very happy it was integrated within the story, but there are SO many strong points, it almost felt like one of the weaker parts. I really loved the connection between Jade and Dillon. I loved how protective Dillon was and the fact that he would move Earth itself if he could to find Jade when she was taken.
I loved the ending of this book. It almost felt like some of my favorite 90’s horror films. However, I cannot express enough that this is for MATURE readers in every way. It is also has numerous triggers, such as rape, kidnapping, death, torture and many types of abuse (mental, physical & sexual).
I really enjoyed this duet, which I find strange because usually I do not enjoy romance books that involve such extreme violence. I think that the plot is so captivating and the character development was so amazing, it helped out shine any other problems that I might have found with it. I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy a good thriller book with a touch of romance, but are not easily offended.
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This is so messed up but it's so good. I actually think I liked it more than the 1st one. Having Benny's POV was great for this book. Great story.
Yaaas! So much freaking yes to this book.Read more
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