Apr 28, 2017

Blog Tour: This Isn't Fair, Baby by K. Webster

This Isn’t Fair, Baby

War & Peace Series #6 by K. Webster 
Publication Date: April 18, 2017
  Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Dark Romance



***This is the sixth book in the series. First five books must be read in order to fully understand this story line.*** The king in my world fell and a new one slid into place. He wasn’t just. He wasn’t FAIR. He was cruel and hateful and twisted. But I had this black king figured out. Or so I thought. The game became complicated because my black king had some new moves and one of those involved my heart. Hope trickled in for the briefest of moments. That is, until my black king and my heart sided against me. Those two didn’t play FAIR. They used me as their pawn in a bigger game—a game I didn’t know how to play. The laws changed. I didn’t play by their rules anymore, for the queen makes up her own. I am not a pawn. I am not theirs to use and abuse. I belong to nobody. There are new players on the board and they don’t play FAIR either. But the white king does know how to treat his queen. And together, they will make them pay. All’s FAIR in love and war, right? Definitely not this time. ***Warning*** This Isn’t Fair, Baby is a dark romance. Extreme 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 Isn’t Fair, Baby was one of my most highly anticipated reads so far this year. It is the sixth book in my favorite dark romance series, the War & Peace series, by my favorite dark romance author, K Webster. I knew before I even read it that I would love it. This series is a sure thing for me, and that’s why I’m so sad that the next book in the series will be the last. I know it has to end sometime, but I don’t want it to! Reading this book made me dread what is to come even more. It was full of villians, blood, violence, and sex just the way I like it. Engaging, entertaining, dark, and deranged, I loved every minute!

Vee is drugged, raped, starved, physically assaulted, and imprisoned by Esteban Rojas. When her lifelong friend, Oscar, comes to visit Esteban, he finds Vee drugged and naked in his brother’s house. Instead of helping her like he should, he betrays her in the worst way. The brothers want revenge on Diego Gomez, and they don’t hesitate to use Vee to get it. Her job is to seduce and kill their enemy at which time she will marry into the Rojas family, a dream of hers for as long as she can remember.
Once the drugs leave her system, Vee decides that Diego won’t be the only man she kills. She is going to take out Esteban and Oscar, too. Vee once cared about these men that now use her body, mess with her mind, and risk her life all to benefit them, but that just makes her crave vengeance all the more.

The only problem is that Diego isn’t at all what she expected. He seems to genuinely care for her, but she is sick of being a pawn in the games of men. Should she carry out her original plan or make a deal with the devil?

Vee is not my favorite heroine, but I enjoyed her story none the less. It went a lot different than I expected it to, but that just made it even better. We met Daddy Diego in Brie’s story and though he disgusted me at times, he was an intriguing character. I was so glad that we got to see who he really was in this book. He was the highlight of the story for me, and I enjoyed reading from his perspective. 

As always, I admire the author’s ability to make me fall in love with villains and question my sanity. Esteban is one of the only characters in this series that I feel has no redeeming qualities. He is a sick, abusive rapist and thug that makes my skin crawl whenever he enters the scene. Although Oscar did some of the most unspeakable, unforgivable things to Vee, the author still somehow made me feel slightly sympathetic towards him in the end. It makes me almost certain that I need my head examined, but it’s the truth. That is something that I love about all of K. Webster’s writing. Things are usually not black and white, and characters are not just good or evil. So many shades of gray exist in between, and those are my favorite types of stories and characters.

This Isn’t Fair, Baby is sexy, fast paced, and deliciously dark. It’s fantastically written with a hot romance, dirty sex, and complex characters. As with every book in this series, the story drew me in and captivated me from the very first page. If you are a fan of this series, then you do not want to miss this one! If you love dark romance but haven’t yet given this series a try, go one-click This is War, Baby now and you can thank me later!





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About K. Webster

K Webster2 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! Website: www.authorkwebster.com Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bllgoP

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