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This is Me, Baby (War & Peace, #5)
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***This is the fifth book in the series. First four books must be read first in order to understand this story line.***
The game was over and they stole the victory away from ME.
Cheating. Lies. Corruption. Death.
This pawn never stood a chance.
But then he came for ME.
He plucked ME from my nightmare and kept me safe.
My heart was in tatters and my soul was lost.
Until the beast in ME woke up.
She was hungry and furious and didn’t play by the rules of their game.
We were a vicious team. And we changed the game altogether. I took what was theirs because they took what was mine.
ME against them.
That is…until I had someone else with ME.
Someone who vowed to fight alongside ME until the very end.
I don’t want the love he has for ME.
But the beast in ME still craves to take everything she deserves.
He should run far away from ME.
Instead, he runs straight for ME.
This is ME, baby and I am going to ruin them all.
This is Me, Baby is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes and violence, which could trigger emotional distress, are found in this story. If you are sensitive to dark themes, then this story is not for you.
About the Author
K Webster is the author of dozens romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her husband of twelve years and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.
Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.
You can easily find K Webster on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Goodreads!
THIS IS ME, BABY! (War and Peace #5) By K Webster
Lots of Tears
It’s always so hard to write a review on this series because I don’t want to give anything away. I will say I shed quite a few tears while reading this, but my cheeks hurt from smiling too! It’s DEFINITELY an emotional story!! And now I once again cannot wait for the next story!!!! This Isn’t Fair, Baby (War and Peace #6). Each story is a continuation of the complete story, but has its own love story within too.
Brie has had her world torn out from under her once again. Will she finally be able to be happy and actually live her life?
After losing Brie’s love because of his deception, Ren finally at least has her friendship. But due to circumstances he may finally be able to have her love again. Will he be able to keep it and keep her safe?
Will Brie and Ren finally get their happily ever after? Gabe finally gets to help Brie, but what why? You’ll have to read THIS IS ME, BABY (War and Peace #5) to find out. In order to get the complete story you really NEED to read books 1-4 before reading book 5. Due to explicit sexual content and adult language this novel is recommended for readers 18 and older. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via IndieSage in exchange for an honest blog tour review, but also purchased my own copy!
Favorite Passages ~
~ My heart. My soul. My devotion.
~ If I could cut open my own chest and give her my beating heart, I would.
~ “You’re going to cry it out,” I tell her firmly. “And then you’re going to sharpen those claws. The world is about to hear you roar, baby.”
~ our hearts are made of steel. Women like us are unbreakable. Even when we’re shattered into a thousand bits. We just find a way to gather up what’s left, walk into the fire otherwise known as life, and weld our most precious piece back together again.”
~ “This is life, baby. And you’re going to conquer it.”
~ “This is me, baby. A hairless dandelion.”
Warning: This is Me, Baby is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes and violence, which could trigger emotional distress, are found in this story. If you are sensitive to dark themes, then this story is not for you. This is Me, Baby is the fifth book in the series. Please read the first four books before reading this one to understand the story.
War and Peace Series Reading Order
This is War, Baby –Book One
This is Love, Baby –Book Two
This Isn’t Over, Baby –Book Three
This Isn’t You, Baby –Book Four
This is Me, Baby –Book Five
This is War, Baby #1
This is Love, Baby #2
This Isn’t Over, Baby! (War and Peace #3)
THIS ISN’T OVER, BABY (War and Peace #3) by K Webster
Warning: This Isn’t Over, Baby is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes and violence, which could trigger emotional distress are found in this story.
This story is NOT for everyone.
This IS a love story. This IS a dark story.
With this being the 3rd book of the War & Peace series by K. Webster and the 1st one I’ve read, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. So I’m not quite sure how to review this book, without giving too much away. Having not read the previous books, I can’t compare their shock value to book 3, but Holy Toledo this one is OFF THE CHARTS. Although the author recommends reading the series in order, because Gabe gave information about his younger years, I was able to get enough background information about the story to understand what was going on with him without being completely lost. HOWEVER I think it would’ve been better if I had read them in order to get the complete little details instead of bits and pieces to understand the characters better.
Hannah’s parents are Baylee and War. Gabe has watched Hannah throughout her life, but has had to do it secretly because of their past connection. He’s always loved her and promised he’d protect her and one day they’d be together. While her parents are out of the country she goes to a college party, drinks, two guys drug her, rape her & Gabe saves her from them.
Hannah is depraved, Gabe swooped in and became her whole world, but now even he worries sometimes if he’s in over his head with her. She is wickedly crazy!
*Villains need love, too*(direct book quote)
DEFINITELY an emotional and sometimes extremely disturbing roller coaster that’ll have you
turning the page to find out what happens next, while others may want off the ride.The book leaves you guessing and questioning what is coming next, Due to explicit sexual content and adult language this novel is recommended for readers 18 and older. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via IndieSage in exchange for an honest blog tour review.
REMEMBER This story is NOT for everyone. This IS a love story. This IS a dark story.
Please be ADVISED before reading this book it may have some valid triggers. So PLEASE if you have a prejudice viewpoint regarding this DARK LOVE STORY (sexual themes and violence), that you cannot set aside while reading a fictional story, then please STOP reading and find another book. It would be unreasonable & unfair to the author if you read and then rated their work poorly based on personal feelings instead of the fictional work the author has produced. If you do decide to continue reading, HAPPY READING!
This Isn’t You, Baby (War and Peace #4) by K Webster
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This Isn’t You, Baby (War and Peace #4) by K Webster
Warning: This Isn’t You, Baby is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes, excessive drug use, and violence, which could trigger emotional distress are found in this story. If you are sensitive to dark themes, then this story is not for YOU.
This story will make YOU smile.
This story will make YOU angry.
This story will make YOU crazy.
I hope YOU love it, baby.
After his sister Hannah murdered Brie’s mother and then her father Gabe and Hannah ran off together, Ren’s father promised Gabe they’d keep an eye on her. (You’ll have to read This Isn’t Over, Baby #3 to find out why). Since then Ren has been Brie’s adoptive parents summer lawn boy for three years. Within that time Ren has fallen head over heels in love with Brie and would do anything for her. The problem is he cannot tell her he’s in love with her because he hasn’t told her who his sister is and why he was originally sent there. Even by omission it’s a lie that hangs over them like a dark cloud, and lies always come out.
Although her adopted father has always leered at her like he wants to consume her. He’s also groomed her from the beginning to be married off as soon as she turns 18 to one of Camilo Rojas 3 sons. Whom is his business partner, and one of the richest men in Colombia, his cocaine empire is virtually untouchable by the American feds. This will join their two families, but Brie is in love with Ren. After finding out that she and Duven will be married the morning of her birthday she gives herself to Ren. After Duven rescues her from her adoptive father’s house he tells her she can see whomever she wants as long as she returns to him each night. But things change quickly. What happens between Ren and Brie? Things get pretty intense in this story (the whole series), but it’s worth reading!
This is the 4th book in the THIS ISN’T YOU series, although I missed the first two, I’ve enjoyed reading on to see how the story continues to unfold. This one as with at least book 3 (since that’s the only other one I’ve read so far) doesn’t technically end on a cliffhanger but, it does leave you dangling with a bite of who book 5 will be about. And of course ends on a high dramatic climax, with you wanting book 5 to be ready now! I’ll be looking forward to not only getting my greedy hands on it, but re-reading the completed series when K. Webster is finished with it.I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book. via IndieSage through bookfunnel in exchange for an honest blog tour review.
Please be ADVISED before reading this book, I feel that I need to advise you and all future readers that in all likelihood this book may have some valid triggers that you as a reader may find objectionable or repulsive. So PLEASE if you have a prejudice viewpoint regarding drug use/addiction that you cannot set aside while reading a fictional story, then please STOP reading and find another book. It would be unreasonable & unfair to the author if you read and then rated their work poorly based on personal feelings instead of the fictional work the produced. If you do decide to continue reading, HAPPY READING! Due to explicit sexual content, drug use and adult language this novel is recommended for readers 18 and older.