ARC Review: Wheeler by Ker Dukey

Title: Wheeler
Author: Ker Dukey
Genre: Dark Suspense
Type: Standalone Book 4 of 4 from Four Feathers serie
POV: First Person – Male
Expected Publication: April 23, 2018


I am dark. Calculating. A single father.
I have secrets that would horrify most people.
Stalking is a habit I refuse to break—and what happens after is a sweet reward.
My life is exactly the way I have designed it.
But an undeserving, sick monster is dating my only daughter.
Until I deal with my problem, I can’t truly enjoy everything I’ve created.
My name is Jax Wheeler.
I’m a twisted, evil, insane man.
People may be afraid of me, but it doesn’t stop them from wanting me.


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ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

Jaxson (Jax) Wheeler had a penchant for beautiful things. When he saw something he wanted, he had to own it no matter what. Besides his obsession, his only other love was his daughter Rowan. But she turned into a woman in a blink of an eye and he must protect her from the wolves while pursuing his own desires.

Jax was not a good man and I love him for it. He was a monster in plain sight, patient yet unapologetic in pursuing his passion. Being in his head was quite exciting. I also like how much he cared for Rowan even though there were moments it seemed a little bit on the creepy side lol!

It’s amazing what the internet and text books can teach you. They make it almost too easy for people like me. They give us the tools we need to stay under the radar. To fit in among the lesser mortals.

I like the storyline and the dynamic between the main characters in the series. There were some dark scenes that deliciously fed my depraved soul. However the story didn’t seem complete enough for me. There were things I wanted to know that I’m not sure is covered by previous book or not since I haven’t read any other book.

The one thing that made me human is being stolen from me— my only grasp on normalcy, the one thing keeping me tethered to sanity is fading from my view.

Wheeler is a story of obsession and dark perversion. It would appeal to readers looking for a short dark suspense.

Even though the blurb says each standalone books can be read in any order, author’s note says it should be read in order to avoid spoilers. I haven’t read any other books so I’m not sure how big the spoilers might be in the context of respective books.

Final Verdict:

This review is also available on Goodreads.

Books in the series:
Blackstone (Four Fathers, #1) by J.D. Hollyfield Kingston (Four Fathers, #2) by Dani René Pearson (Four Fathers, #3) by K. Webster Wheeler (Four Fathers, #4) by Ker Dukey


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My books all tend to be darker romance, edge of you seat, angst filled reads. My advice to my readers when starting one of my titles…prepare for the unexpected.

I have always had a passion for storytelling, whether it be through lyrics or bed time stories with my sisters growing up.

My mum would always have a book in her hand when I was young and passed on her love for reading, inspiring me to venture into writing my own. I tend to have a darker edge to my writing. Not all love stories are made from light; some are created in darkness but are just as powerful and worth telling.

When I’m not lost in the world of characters I love spending time with my family. I’m a mum and that comes first in my life but when I do get down time I love attending music concerts or reading events with my younger sister.

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