Sunday KU Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Hey, KUbbies and Addicts! Welcome back to the KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + One-Click Addict!  We loved both of these books and highly recommend you add these two Buy Its to your TBR today!

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RATING: BUY IT {Robyn} – I’m an unabashed fan of Author K. Webster. I admit it fully and proudly. I handed my dark read virginity to her a long time ago with her incredible book, Dirty Ugly Toy, and there’s been no going back. I never thought I could fall for the darker story. They’re the ugly side of love, the tales that can be hard to read with characters SO flawed you question why you’re reading them. Ms. Webster answers that question so masterfully with her latest book, This Isn’t Over, Baby. After all, villains need love too.

Book 3 in her War and Peace series, This Isn’t Over, Baby tells the story of Gabriel Sharpe, the antagonistic villain from books one and two, This Is War, Baby and This Is Love, Baby, who terrorized Warren + Baylee. Just when the reader thought Gabe’s story ended in Book 2, Webster brilliantly writes his future and leaves the reader longing to know what’s next. Book 3 explains all we need and want to know about Gabe. His tortured childhood that lead to his corrupt and skewed vision of the world as an adult. What we learn most of all is Gabe’s true desire to be loved for who is he is and despite of all he’s done. The woman who chooses to love Gabe was by far the most shocking turn of events!

Why do I love Kristi Webster the way I do? Because as a reader she keeps me on my toes. I’m never able to fully see the path she’s going to take me on in each story. She writes unique stories and characters. It’s a fresh voice to this wonderful genre – albeit a dark voice. I dare say a maniacal laugh is attached to that voice. And I love it! This Isn’t Over, Baby is also a wonderful treat in that you don’t have to read Books 1 and 2 to understand the story. Ms. Webster gives enough background to have the reader start here and understand who Gabe is and what he’s done. Honestly though, I can’t imagine NOT reading the first two books in the series. They are just THAT good!

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RATING: BUY IT {Mila} –If I could say one thing with my review it would be this – dive into this book blindly. Don’t read my review. Just go read this book.

Alas, if you must, here goes:

Author Anonymous by E.K. Blair is honest to a fault. Brutally, brutally honest. Even if, perhaps, brutally uncomfortable. So uncomfortable to read that there’s a tight pinch in my chest almost throughout. Between bouts of fear and anger and sadness and excitement, I feel it all.

We vilify cheaters in our culture. We deem what they’re doing as wrong, and I’m not going to say that it’s right, but I do think it’s interesting to look at why we feel that way and to look at what cheating, even when simply reading about it, makes us feel. Why is it so uncomfortable for us to be faced with it? Why is it so taboo in this genre – even when little else is and why does it affect us the way it does? I think the answer is simple – fear. Fear that it will be done to us. Fear that we could do it to someone we love. That the vow of marriage isn’t a guarantee. That we’re vulnerable, even with the person we trust, or should trust, more than anyone else. That the world we build with another is fragile. Or worse, the fear of not knowing if the person we chose to marry was the right choice.

At a certain point, after the shock and the disappointment and, yes, the thrill, all I feel is sadness. A deep sadness. Not for anything in particular, but simply the pain that is felt inside these pages.

I can’t say whether or not I think the choices made in this novel were right or wrong. What I can say is that reading it was worth the journey and worth the emotions that are so beautifully and achingly wrenched out of you in doing so.

As of 9.4.16, This Isn’t Over, Baby and Author Anonymous are both available on Kindle Unlimited.

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