Saturday, April 2, 2016

Review: This is Love, Baby by K Webster

My War was over and I had lost. My captor reminded me I was nothing more than his pawn.
His strategy never changed…it was always me.

But what he didn’t know was that LOVE always wins.

In my War, I’d found not only peace 
but LOVE as well.

I’d been through a battlefield with my War and LOVE was what brought us to the other side.
Our LOVE was beautiful and pure. Undying. 

My captor thinks he has won this war. That I will LOVE him.
What he doesn’t know is this time, I’m the one with a strategy. I’m always thinking several moves ahead of him, my War taught me that.

I will outsmart him and find peace again.
This is a war I will win.
My LOVE will conquer all.

This is Love, Baby is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes and violence which could trigger emotional distress are found in this story. Terrible, terrible things happen to our poor heroine, so you’ve been properly warned. This story is NOT for everyone.

4 Stars!

Review by Jen Hagen 

 I want to say I was right, but I was wrong!!  This story didn’t go the way I had planned it to, but that’s a good thing.  It went even crazier than I had anticipated!  For those that have not read the first book, please be aware there are potential spoilers from this point on.  You have been warned…

It’s been 4 months since Baylee was taken from her bedroom.  She has conquered fear and loneliness, eventually finding comfort in War’s arms and safety in his home.  Unfortunately, that security is short lived and once again Baylee is found battling her demon alone.  

The loss of my lover, my friend, my safety—it’s too much to bear.  A piece of me is gone.  Forever.  Not just my heart, but my soul.  It’s been fractured and stolen from me.  I’m no longer a whole person – just a broken, leftover mess. 

Baylee doesn’t know whom to trust.  She is being told lies from two people she always thought would be on her side.  The poor girl is getting whiplash from turning her head to their voices, never knowing which one is baiting her and which one is telling the truth.   Could things really have happened that way?  

“It was business and you were a pawn, sweet girl.”

War is fighting hard for Baylee.  He is trying to be the strong man that she needs and he is desperately trying to overcome his idiosyncrasies.  War’s greatest opponent used to be himself, but now he has to step up his game another notch to make certain he can outwit the other players and the girl for the win.

“We’ve won.  Love always wins, Bay.”  When she starts to cry, tears of relief, I kiss away each one.  

My eyes were going cross eyed from reading so fast to try to get all the answers.  Just when you think you have it all figured out… BAM!  There’s another twist thrown in.  There are multiple points of view thrown at us.  I relished the change of direction in the story and couldn’t get enough of the deceit.  If you thought the first one was a little messed up, just wait until you read this installment!  

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