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¼ Read ✓ Desolate (Empathy, #2) by Ker Dukey ↠´ 5 moonflower STARS You re going straight to hell, Ryan Souls go to hell and I m lacking that vital component to make me human I m not going to hell I m the living hell, staring her right in the face.
Wowing Eda with the sequel to a fantastic book happens RARELY.
Very rarely, in fact Usually, I am left disappointed after exciting myself to death waiting for the continuation of a story that I loved and finding something rather mediocre in my hands when it s finally released Not with this book though This one was as good as the first, maybe so Looking deep into the twisted and dark mind of Ryan Braxton was extraordinary to say the least.
Those of you that know me might have noticed that I am seriously into psychopaths and people with mental illnesses That would be because Psychiatry has always been a Medical branch that has fascinated me with it s diversity and depth In Genre Dark Suspense Type Book 2 of 3 from Empathy seriesPOV First Person MultipleRating After eighteen years of institutionalization Ryan Braxton used what he knew best and wiggled his way out to freedom A lot had changed since he last breathed fresh air but the urges were ever present and reawakened as he learned about Cereus, his latest obsession.
I was intrigued by book 1 ending and wonder how the story would go I m glad it took readers through some unexpected turnsI only ever feel a release from the empty darkness consuming me when I feed it by inflicting some form of hurt or humiliation on anotherI like Ryan before, but I wasn t on his team I ended up changing my alliance by the end of this book lol It was good to see how he coped with the changes and how he evolved.
Cereus was not someone I expected her to be I was drawn to her by her situa 4.
5 STARS Told from three POVs,Desolateis an intriguing story that hold my attention from the beginning While I enjoyed Blake and Melody s POVs, I loved being in Ryan s head, a psychopath killer, an evil, ruthless man, a man without a heart, soul or a conscienceDesolatewas dark and twisted and I loved every minute of itI only ever feel a release from the empty darkness consuming me when I feed it by inflicting some form of hurt or humiliation on anotherThe story is set 18 years afterEmpathyBlake and Melody are happily married with a beautiful and smart young girl who s 17, Cereus They are happy, successful and they want to try for another baby Ryan has been locked for the last 18 years in Psychiatric Institution All these years he manipulated the nurses and even his doctor 4 Stars Wow, just when I thought I d read it all Ker Dukey comes up with this I don t know how she comes up with the sick and twisted things that make up the evil mind of Ryan, but bravo to her for writing it.
This book is set eighteen years after Empathy and is told in the point of view of Ryan, Blake and Melody Blake and Melody are happily married and have a seventeen year old daughter, Cereus When Ryan is release from the psych ward where he has been residing all these years, he has one goal to go after his niece But what he isn t expecting is to find that she has a lot in common with him, she makes him feel like someone finally understands him But the urge to kill is always there.
Ryan s release is causing a rift between Blake and his wife and Melody is at a loss as to what to do to save her marriage Added to that Cereus is drifting away from her and their r 5 moonflower STARS You re going straight to hell, Ryan Souls go to hell and I m lacking that vital component to make me human I m not going to hell I m the living hell, staring her right in the face.
Wowing Eda with the sequel to a fantastic book happens RARELY.
Very rarely, in fact Usually, I am left disappointed after exciting myself to death waiting for the continuation of a story that I loved and finding something rather mediocre in my hands when it s finally released Not with this book though This one was as good as the first, maybe so Looking deep into the twisted and dark mind of Ryan Braxton was extraordinary to say the least.
Those of you that know me might have noticed that I am seriously into psychopaths and people with mental illnesses That would be because Psychiatry has always been a Medical branch that has fascinated me with it s diversity and depth In Genre Dark Suspense Type Book 2 of 3 from Empathy seriesPOV First Person MultipleRating After eighteen years of institutionalization Ryan Braxton used what he knew best and wiggled his way out to freedom A lot had changed since he last breathed fresh air but the urges were ever present and reawakened as he learned about Cereus, his latest obsession.
I was intrigued by book 1 ending and wonder how the story would go I m glad it took readers through some unexpected turnsI only ever feel a release from the empty darkness consuming me when I feed it by inflicting some form of hurt or humiliation on anotherI like Ryan before, but I wasn t on his team I ended up changing my alliance by the end of this book lol It was good to see how he coped with the changes and how he evolved.
Cereus was not someone I expected her to be I was drawn to her by her situa 4.
5 STARS Told from three POVs,Desolateis an intriguing story that hold my attention from the beginning While I enjoyed Blake and Melody s POVs, I loved being in Ryan s head, a psychopath killer, an evil, ruthless man, a man without a heart, soul or a conscienceDesolatewas dark and twisted and I loved every minute of itI only ever feel a release from the empty darkness consuming me when I feed it by inflicting some form of hurt or humiliation on anotherThe story is set 18 years afterEmpathyBlake and Melody are happily married with a beautiful and smart young girl who s 17, Cereus They are happy, successful and they want to try for another baby Ryan has been locked for the last 18 years in Psychiatric Institution All these years he manipulated the nurses and even his doctor 4 Stars Wow, just when I thought I d read it all Ker Dukey comes up with this I don t know how she comes up with the sick and twisted things that make up the evil mind of Ryan, but bravo to her for writing it.
This book is set eighteen years after Empathy and is told in the point of view of Ryan, Blake and Melody Blake and Melody are happily married and have a seventeen year old daughter, Cereus When Ryan is release from the psych ward where he has been residing all these years, he has one goal to go after his niece But what he isn t expecting is to find that she has a lot in common with him, she makes him feel like someone finally understands him But the urge to kill is always there.
Ryan s release is causing a rift between Blake and his wife and Melody is at a loss as to what to do to save her marriage Added to that Cereus is drifting away from her and their r 3.
5 starsRyan what a scary psycho This second installment of the Empathy series was dark, twisted, violent, degrading not an ounce of sweet love, passionate romance It s the story of Ryan s release from the psychiatric clinic where he was being held and the consequences of his voidness and thirst for blood The story focuses on Ryan s twisted mood, thinking and behavior because of his mental disorder and on his plan to approach and hurt Blake, Melody and Cereus, his niece Will he be able to turn his life around Suffering, sorrow, heartbreak, misery, desolation Will Ryan be able to emerge from the bleak and desolate midnight of his inhuman existence Ryan s obsessive feelings for blood, death, dirty sex and his weird definition of justice and revenge make him a really creepy and horrifying character If you are into the 4.
5 Stars Eighteen years after Empathy, we are reunited with Ryan, Blake and Melody With Ryan institutionalized for this duration, Blake and Melody formed a family together and have a high school aged daughter named Cereus Until now, they have enjoyed the peace knowing Ryan isn t walking the streets Not known to sit idly by, Ryan manipulates his way into sanity and earns his freedom As the older brother, Blake uses his influence to protect his family knowing how Ryan s madness truly has no bounds I was born with a superior genetic predisposition and all the naysayers are just ants, jealous of what they can t understand With his release, Ryan must fight his bloody demons in order to maintain his fa ade but being a man of self restraint isn t exactly his forte To his surprise, and for the first time in his life, R Ryan I Was A Son, A Friend, A Brother, A Psychopath Eighteen Years Of Being In A Psyche Ward I Was Released Into The World Things Have Changed, Blake Is Married To Melody And Is A Father To My New Fixation, Cereus My Beautiful Niece Who Knows Nothing Of My Existence When Consequences Of Past Sins Begin Playing Tricks On Me, Old Cravings Demand To Be Satisfied There Is No Cure For My Kind Of Sickness I Am Void Of Everything But Obsession I Can T Love, I Can T Feel, I Am Desolate Warning This Book Contains Dark Themes And Explicit Sex, read With Caution Desolate Is The Second Book To The International Bestselling Title, Empathy Please read Book One To Truly Enjoy This Title 4 WTF Stars This book was amazing I loved Ryan He was dark, soulless, straight forward, and funny I m not putting my lips anywhere near that stinking hole of yours Fuck knows how many cocks you ve had up in there, digging for a golden pussy and only ever finding a cheap, empty sack I also LOVED his funny unexpected factsYou know, Colgate in Argentine translates to go hang yourself, I say and grin Maybe your wife is trying to tell you somethingimage error I loved book one of this series but this story didn t grab me in the same way Melody and Blake s POV was a little on the dull side, but Ryan kept me engaged with all of his filthy thoughts and humorous dialogues The connection between Ryan and Cereus seemed weak, but I m intrigued about the next book up in this series Overall, this was an okay read.
Finally we get Ryans story Eighteen years after the events that happened in Empathy, we meet back up with Ryan and his family Been sent to stay in a Psych hospital for nearly two decades, you would think it would change a man That s not the case with Ryan Told starting from 8 months previous, it begins with Ryan still locked up and Blake living a normal life with Melody He s working as a police captain, happily married and still loved up, got a teenage daughter Cereus and his life is good until he returns a phone call and finds out that his brothers been released So, of course, he keeps quiet and doesn t tell Melody and decides he ll keep an eye on Ryan.
Now I m going to say here if you re expecting Ryan to find redemption, a soul, some morals or feelings, whatever, you re in for a disappointed After conv



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5 Stars Eighteen years after Empathy, we are reunited with Ryan, Blake and Melody With Ryan institutionalized for this duration, Blake and Melody formed a family together and have a high school aged daughter named Cereus Until now, they have enjoyed the peace knowing Ryan isn t walking the streets Not known to sit idly by, Ryan manipulates his way into sanity and earns his freedom As the older brother, Blake uses his influence to protect his family knowing how Ryan s madness truly has no bounds I was born with a superior genetic predisposition and all the naysayers are just ants, jealous of what they can t understand With his release, Ryan must fight his bloody demons in order to maintain his fa ade but being a man of self restraint isn t exactly his forte To his surprise, and for the first time in his life, R 3.
5 starsRyan what a scary psycho This second installment of the Empathy series was dark, twisted, violent, degrading not an ounce of sweet love, passionate romance It s the story of Ryan s release from the psychiatric clinic where he was being held and the consequences of his voidness and thirst for blood The story focuses on Ryan s twisted mood, thinking and behavior because of his mental disorder and on his plan to approach and hurt Blake, Melody and Cereus, his niece Will he be able to turn his life around Suffering, sorrow, heartbreak, misery, desolation Will Ryan be able to emerge from the bleak and desolate midnight of his inhuman existence Ryan s obsessive feelings for blood, death, dirty sex and his weird definition of justice and revenge make him a really creepy and horrifying character If you are into the 4 WTF Stars This book was amazing I loved Ryan He was dark, soulless, straight forward, and funny I m not putting my lips anywhere near that stinking hole of yours Fuck knows how many cocks you ve had up in there, digging for a golden pussy and only ever finding a cheap, empty sack I also LOVED his funny unexpected factsYou know, Colgate in Argentine translates to go hang yourself, I say and grin Maybe your wife is trying to tell you somethingimage error I loved book one of this series but this story didn t grab me in the same way Melody and Blake s POV was a little on the dull side, but Ryan kept me engaged with all of his filthy thoughts and humorous dialogues The connection between Ryan and Cereus seemed weak, but I m intrigued about the next book up in this series Overall, this was an okay read.
Finally we get Ryans story Eighteen years after the events that happened in Empathy, we meet back up with Ryan and his family Been sent to stay in a Psych hospital for nearly two decades, you would think it would change a man That s not the case with Ryan Told starting from 8 months previous, it begins with Ryan still locked up and Blake living a normal life with Melody He s working as a police captain, happily married and still loved up, got a teenage daughter Cereus and his life is good until he returns a phone call and finds out that his brothers been released So, of course, he keeps quiet and doesn t tell Melody and decides he ll keep an eye on Ryan.
Now I m going to say here if you re expecting Ryan to find redemption, a soul, some morals or feelings, whatever, you re in for a disappointed After conv

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