This is Love, Baby by K. Webster

April 24, 2016 Book Review 0 ★★★★½

This is Love, Baby by K. Websterfour-half-stars
This is Love, Baby by K. Webster
Series: War & Peace #2
on March 29, 2016
Pages: 233
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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.
Warning: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.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

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By LilyEveryone, well a few people, are determined to show Baylee what love is and how much they love her. Love and obsession could be interchanged in most of the circumstances Baylee has been placed in. These guys were delusional, certifiable and yet the one with the diagnosis seemed the sanest out of the lot of them.  Their sanity was questionable with their motives becoming more and more self-driven. My fleeting sympathy for the other contenders in this war was short lived.

‘The war was worth it. War was worth it.’

War has taught Baylee so much, about herself and what it is to be loved by someone who respects you. In such a short time, she has grown as a person and become stronger in subtle ways that no one will see coming. Now molded into a strong woman, she will not be able to be manipulated in the same way when she was the naive girl who stepped into this nightmare.

When I first started on the War & Peace series, I pushed hard to read the horrific beginning and be able to continue with the knowledge that the story would take another path. I was clear in my thoughts of how the plot would unfold in the next book. Now, I was a little too confident about my predictions and hopes. Starting the second book with empathy for the other characters impacted through the wrongs inflicted upon Baylee changed as the story progressed. There were times I surprised myself with the feelings the story evoked as the plot thickened.

‘I won’t be saving a princess. No, I’m going to save my queen.’

There were a couple of times where I held my breath, shook my head and thought here we go. Other times, it was a case of dismissing a situation outright, wondering why anyone would think that could happen. But overall I was taken on a suspenseful journey, with no idea how the knight in shining armour would appear to save the day, let alone which good guy I was counting on to armour up!

What did blow me away was the final chapter. Oh no, just when I was in my happy space a major revelation threw me for six. Hells bells, I am counting on there being at least a third book in this series. And please let it not be what I am dreading…

What I struggled with:

  • Deception

What I loved:

  • The power of love

Lily’s Rating: 4.5 Stars


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