I See You by Ker Dukey and D H Sidebottom

October 30, 2015     Elle     ,

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
I See You by Ker Dukey and D H SidebottomI See You by Ker Dukey
Publication Date: July 15, 2015
Genres: Romance
Pages: 282
Format: Kindle Unlimited
Source: Borrowed

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My Rating : five-stars

I watch you, I see you in ways no one else can, and through my lens I create a life of you for someone to dissect. I capture you in your vulnerability; that smile, your laugh, those tears. I document you and sell your secrets.

When I watch you through my lens you’re mine until I pass you to the buyer. I, like most people, have a fetish for pretty things and in my job I get to be around a lot of pretty things. They pay me to watch them and capture them in a frame for many purposes, and sometimes I like my profession a little more than I should.

I took a job to capture her… I wanted to capture and keep her in more than just the image. This time I will take myself away from the lens and become the client because I cannot resist her, she reminds me too much of my first, I need to have her.

Traumatised from a vicious attack, Nina Drake finds herself shut off from the world until her neighbour brings her out of more than just her nightmares. Even after moving and changing her name, she still can’t shake the feeling of being watched. The memories are so close.

And so is the shadow of the creator of them all.

WOW. I did not see that coming… This book was awesome! It is dark, twisted, emotional, and utterly depraved. Ker Dukey and D.H Sidebottom are quite the writing duo. I am (and have been for some time) a huge fan of their novels. Never before have I had so many OMG moments than when I read their novels. Freakin fantastic!

When Nina is brutally attacked her whole world turns upside down. So she decides to move and get away from the fear and the pain that haunt her every day. A few months down the road a new neighbor moves in next to Nina. Being afraid of essentially everything this is hard for her because she has been alone for quite some time due to her attack. But soon enough she finds that she is drawn to him. Who is this man that made her change her whole outlook on love and life and why does he want such a broken and haunted girl?

Devon and Noah are brothers. But they are not normal siblings. Being raised by a sadistic and twisted father has turned them into depraved and sick individuals- click¬- who kill for money (but mostly fun). So when Devon meets Nina, he suddenly feels like the life he was living was not enough for him and he runs from his murderous past. But will Noah let him fall in love? Or will he haunt both of them till their last breath? –Click.-

Overall, this was a great book. I really enjoyed how the authors were able to bring out a softer side to their sadistic characters. It made me feel a little sympathy for them, especially towards the end >>which was so unexpected that my mouth hung open for a good 5 minutes-. Readers who enjoy dark romances will love this one. However, if you are easily offended I would skip this one. It really, really dark. 


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