Thursday, April 7, 2016

This is Love, Baby by K. Webster Blog Tour

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.***

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The door protests when I open it and it’s loud. There’s no turning back now. I have to go.

I push through it and stride down the steps. The memory of a few months before—him chasing me through the woods—is at the forefront in my mind. If anything, it only spurs me to go faster. With long strides, I ignore the bite of the gravel driveway on my bare feet as I put as much distance as I can between me and that godforsaken cabin.

“Goddammit, Baylee!”

His furious words from behind me make my heart freeze and I almost stumble. Ignoring the hateful way his words echo in my head, I run faster than I ever have toward the road. Heavy footsteps and frustrated grunts can be heard behind me. My panic overwhelms me with fear and tears well in my eyes, blurring the world around me. When my bare feet make purchase with the smooth, chilly concrete of the road, I almost cry out with joy. Running becomes a thousand times easier and I soar with long strides.

I focus on the road ahead of me and the prize is my ultimate escape.

I don’t count my steps. I don’t worry about his punishments.

Gabe will not catch me this time.

The grumble of an engine just around the bend is just the spark I need. My long legs carry me farther and faster than ever before. I risk a glance behind me and nearly cry out.

A monster chases me.

Bare feet and bare chested, only jeans covering his long, powerful legs.

Dark hair flapping in the wind.

Eyes black with rage.

Muscled chest flexing with the promise of recapture and retribution for my actions.

His mouth is contorted into a horrifying snarl, and I wonder if he’ll tear through my flesh upon catching me.

He will not catch me this time.

Jerking my head forward, I pound along the freezing pavement toward the vehicle that now comes into view.

Thank you, God!

The black truck is barreling down the road. Too fast. Too out of control. It’ll hit me, I think.

The threat of tears burn in my throat as the sound of screeching tires echoes around me. The truck never makes impact, though, and instead slams to a complete stop. A door flings open and I charge toward it.

“H-Help!” I croak, my voice dry and hoarse from exertion.

A man steps out and looks past me. “Get in the truck!”

The voice is comforting and familiar. I don’t think twice about running past him and crawling into the cab of the truck. When I lift my gaze out of the windshield, I see just how close Gabe is. But instead of running right for us, he veers off to the tree line and reemerges with a large, thick branch.

“Let her go and I won’t crack your skull open,” Gabe barks out at the man whose face is hidden from me.

I could slam the door shut and drive off. Leave the man to deal with the monster on his own. The thought is fleeting and I don’t let it win. If I left the man, Gabe would slaughter him. It would be that man’s death sentence.

“She’s coming with me, Gabe.”

The voice. Familiar. Warm. Easy. And how does he know his name?

Before I can contemplate much more, a gunshot goes off, shattering the early morning tranquility. Gabe’s shoulder jerks back and he gapes at the man in shock. He doesn’t take another second before turning and hauling ass back to the cabin. Another gunshot goes off but it misses Gabe’s retreating form.

“Baylee,” the voice whispers. “Jesus, my Baylee.”

The man steps into the open doorway of the truck and dips his head down to look at me. Pained, green eyes assess me. I’m so shocked, I simply stare at him with my mouth agape as he shoves the gun into the back of his pants.


Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

When I finished This is War, Baby, I couldn't wait for this one to see where K. Webster would take Baylee and War. It was a hard direction that turned into a greater a story. When Gabe kidnapped Baylee and left War for dead, Baylee just wanted to die too. She didn't know how long she could live with Gabe and his sick and twisted mind. When she gets a chance and escapes, Brandon is there to rescue her. But he is different, not the Brandon she remembers. Now she is with two devils and her king is dead, she has to find out from Gabe what happened to her dad and why no one is looking for her. What she learns will make your skin crawl.

I do not want to spoil this ending for you, so I will just say that this story is worth every emotion you will feel and the roller coaster ride it will take you on and you will be happy to ride along. It is full of pain, heartache, the twist and turns of the story, and don't forget Check and Checkmate! Baylee is not the pawn in this game she is the Queen, and she’ll do whatever it takes to protect her king. I highly recommend you read This is War, Baby before you read this one and you will love them both, I sure did. And that last chapter will leave you wondering as it did me, will there be more?

I have to admit after the cliffy from the first book, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this one. Not to mention, I just simply loved the first book, so I wanted more from War and Baylee. There were a lot of unexpected turns in this book, which was surprising since I didn't really think there could be after the first book and the story it laid out.

This is definitely a dark book though, so if you can't handle abuse and rape, then I'd suggest you stay away. If you can, then I highly recommend this book. There is so much more going on beside the dark aspects, but they do play a big part in the book; however, there is such a precious love there that makes it all worthwhile in the end.

I had to say I thought this was the last book, it wrapped up quite lovely. Then there was the epilogue, and now I'm wondering if there is in fact more to come. If there is, I have to get my hands on it. If not, then I'll forever be wondering what the heck goes on with that…well, I can't say or it'd give too much away.

The cliffhanger ending of This is War, Baby was intense.
Beyond intense...
This is Love, Baby was just as, if not more so, dark and twisty as the first story – and I loved every single page!

I enjoyed Baylee's character MUCH more in this installment, it's like she matured overnight. Even though her life has gone absolutely crazy, she's able to keep level-headed.
So much is going on and NONE of it can be discussed as it IS a spoiler.
What I can say is: What I thought was going to happen, doesn't. The characters I thought I knew, I didn't. The situations occurring are much more involved. What I expected...well, just forget all of your expectations.

This is a series that I will definitely read again (and again)!

I absolutely LOVED this series!! K. Webster took me on a ride and still hasn't let me go. It contains all the intense emotions I felt from the first and amped it up a bit. This is Love, Baby picked up right where This is War, Baby left off and is packed with twists and turns. Nothing what I expected! Holy mind F! I'm not sure how to review this book without giving anything away. I was very, very satisfied with the way the story ended...or did it? After reading the Epilogue, I'm not so sure. 5 devilishly twisted stars!

“War is worth the peace.”

This is War, Baby ended on one hell of a cliffhanger. Gabe is back for Baylee and War is left for dead. This is Love, Baby picks right up where you were gasping for breath with that ending. Gabe has Baylee back at the cabin, but it's not the same Baylee that Gabe handed off to War. She's grown, she's matured, and she fighting for her life.

I love this new version of Baylee. She's no longer a pushover. There is so much to this story, but everything would be a spoiler, just know you'll love to hate Gabe. It's so worth the read.

The twists and turns of this plot had me on the edge of my seat. Webster has created such an intense wicked world and I loved it. I can't wait to see where she goes next. With an ending like that I need to know more!

Also Available in the War & Peace Series

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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!

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