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    An outstanding conclusion to the series

    5 Star Review of The End (Deadly Captive #3) by Bianca Sommerland This is book three and the final book in the series and wow what a way to end the series. I have been not so patiently waiting for the conclusion to the Deadly Captive series and Bianca Sommerland did not disappoint me in any way. Firstly please be advised that you need to have read the previous two books Deadly Captive and Collateral Damage prior to reading The End to fully appreciate the story. I have been trying to think about what I could write in this review to ensure that I don’t accidentally include spoilers. The End is dark, extremely dark and yet I absolutely loved it. I was riveted from page one and actually stayed up all night to read this book; I couldn’t put it down. The plot is gripping and a real page turner as you anxiously read on (at times in fear) as to what will happen next. I fully admit I had to stop and re read paragraphs a few times over to ensure that what I was reading was correct, such was the angst and emotion brought to the surface not only from the books’ characters but what was drawn out in me as I read the book; I actually woke my husband with my crying on a couple of occasions At the heart of this story is love, a convoluted and at times twisted love, but love none the less. Lydia has given up her hard won freedom and voluntarily returned to the evil Cyrus's lair, fully knowing what her fate will be; all for the love of Daederich and his son. The cost to Lydia’s sanity and those who love her as they work against time to try and rescue her will be high. Will they survive the torture and pure evil? Or will they shatter and disappear? The End is a raw, emotional, gritty and amazing book, a fitting conclusion to one of the darkest series I have read and one I highly recommend. I congratulate Ms.Sommerland on an outstanding and totally fitting conclusion to the series..
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    Dark and Twisted

    I finished this book, let out the breath I didn't even realize I'd been holding, and softly said "wow". Then it proceeded to invade my dreams all night! This is The End, the final book of the Deadly Captive series, and it has been a long time coming. This isn't a serial series, but a series about the same characters, Deadly Captive has the same characters as this book, Collateral Damage brings a new couple, but the same characters are important in that story, and this brings it all together for the end. To fully appreciate this book, you should read the previous two, though, you could get by without it, but you'll want to by the time you finish this one This book is dark, twisted, and a thriller every sense. A review can only be about emotions, because the story line, what happens in the book, will give too much away Lydia sacrificed herself to the monster she had escaped from to save an innocent. She knows Cyrus is evil incarnate, but the more she is with him, the more she slips into his world. He is a master of manipulation, but he is her only comfort. Somehow, someway, she gets lost, and even she doesn't understand why Daederich was Lydia's only comfort, before, and now. Cyrus knows this, and as much as he wants Lydia to be his, she still holds onto to Daederich. In order to get his way, Cyrus has a plan for everything. As Elah and Daedrich scramble to save Lydia, all seems to be lost. The story, oh the story, it was wonderful, and hopeless, and painful to read at times. I cringed, and gasped, and at two points, sobbed uncontrollably. It was sexy, and gross, but sweet, and evil. The peak of the story brought it all together, when you figured there was no way with all the fractures. They were fractures, so they cut, they hurt, and it wasn't neat or clean, and it hurt, a lot The bow to tie this together is soiled, limp, and shredded, but it had been through a lot, and it ended as it began, with the determination of spirit to survive

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