by Ker Dukey & K. Webster
Publication Date: November 28, 2016
Genres: Dark Romance
Just like him, his dolly needed darkness as a fix, fix, fix.
So they tormented and hunted and played tricks, tricks, tricks.
Together their sins a lethal mix, mix, mix.
Until Benny missed his dolly who was lost, lost, lost.
He needed to find her and love her at any cost, cost, cost.
Not wanting him and his dolly to be alone, lone, lone.
He made plans to bring his dirty dolly, home, home, home.
Have you ever touched another’s soul with the essence of your own, breathed them in so they become apart of you?
Finally starting to live, feel and fall in love, amongst all the chaos surrounding me.
Dropping my guard and letting another into my heart.
I left my soul open. I left my heart open.
I left the door open.
And he stole me.
Pretty Stolen Dolls and Pretty Lost Dolls are the kind of books you go into blindly, with only the knowledge that the Queens of Darkness are going to take you on a twisting and terrifying adventure that might leave you using a night light to sleep at night. The desperation I felt after finished Pretty Stolen Dolls only increased tenfold when I read the synopsis for Pretty Lost Dolls, then you see this cover...it's terrifying and it's perfect for what is inside the pages. The authors bring to life the horrifying tale, leaving readers on the edge of their seat as the drama unfolds and the anticipation heightens at every turn.
Benny will never have another doll again. I will be his first, and I will be his last.
I normally never find a sequel to be better than the first book, but Pretty Lost Dolls had the creep factor and yet still made me compassionate for not just the victims of the dolly crimes, but also dear old Benjamin. We see a new side of him, his past told to us in flashbacks, and I found myself aching for him, understanding his outlet, however wrong, was due to his circumstances. It's terrifying, to connect with the man I so want to hate, but there's enough hate in Jade for all of us. I think that is what marks K. Webster and Ker Dukey apart from the others, because I felt every emotion alongside the characters; I sympathized with them and I yearned for them to get to something better. Then there's the changes in Jade, Dillon helped shape her into such a new character and I loved seeing the new determined, unbroken woman she was. No matter how dark the book got, and it certainly got really close to pitch black, she continued to push on. The characters, the suspenseful plot, and the thrill of finally getting some answers make Pretty Lost Dolls beyond deserving of 5 stars. Plus, the ending, you'll never get over it.
If you're a fan of the darkness, Pretty Stolen Dolls is the series for you. You won't have read another story like it or find another villain as terrifying.