Reviewing Stories You Want to Hear

THIS IS ME, BABY by K Webster


This is Me, Baby (War & Peace Book 5) by [Webster, K]

This is Me, Baby by K Webster is LIVE!

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!







Hold by [Kent, Claire]
A member of the Roman-ish Book Club (dude, if you love listening to your romanish books, JOIN US that 6 pages of Wish List items weren’t enough for her so… RECOMMENDATIONS TIME =D
Who likes Dark Romance??
If you’ve never tried it, HOLD by Claire Kent is a really nice one to dip your toe into – there is an HEA, there is luv, there is a scary sexy alpha that protects her – ignore that this takes place in the future/a prison planet if scifi isn’t your thing – it is a very small element – unfortunately *cries a little* not on audio yet
Kitty Thomas is the queen of DARK (as in REALLY REALLY Dark) and her psychological thriller erotica is FREE right now – but it is NOT romance, and not… not really HEA. At all. NOT ON AUDIOBOOK YET, SADLY 😦
For an HEA, and more romance, Anna Zaires has a twisted trilogy with a secondary character getting his own trilogy (and I think I like his better… because he loves the heroine… I… think) annnyway the first 3 are, incidentally, available in a set now: Twist Me: The Complete Trilogy – ON AUDIOBOOK, YAY.
Dark romance typically involves psychological conditioning, a little (or a lot of) torture, sometimes nonconsent, and heroes tend to be cold & calculating but my favorites are ones where the guy really does love or ends up loving the heroine.
Who else likes Dark Romance? WHAT ARE YOUR FAVES???

Andromeda’s Reign by K. S. Haigwood , Anne Conley, narrated by B.D. McMonnies

Andromeda's Reign Audiobook


This story was completely, totally enthralling, and it was narrated by someone new to me.
I AM HOOKED! I need the next installment, and I want to hear McMonnies narrate!! And, looking now… NO OTHER WORKS OUT YET??

I am in serious insta-luv with his voice.

I’m not saying we should go all “MISERY” on his kneecaps, I’m just saying someone should lock this man in the narration booth until he gets the next book(s!!) read.

That’s all.

That’s not too ‘crossing-the-line-into-creepy/stalkerish territory’ to ask, right???



ACE IS BACK. This book. If all is fair in love and war… WOW!! SO MUCH happened – I bookmarked great scenes, touching moments, high tension, HILARIOUS laugh-out-loud lines that I can’t share, because as I reviewed them again… spoilers. You don’t want to spoil this.

The author duo did an excellent job again incorporating elements I’d yet to see in a paranormal – very cool, fantastic ideas for the bond and the abilities/capabilities of bonding. The plot was great, I was so happy with a fast paced, beautifully, fully fleshed out story that kept me hoping I had time to hear just one more chapter. Well done.

SO, sooooo worth the credit, and now I’m impatiently waiting for book three! (With B.D. McMonnies reprising of course. PLEASE.)

TRADED by Rebecca Brooke Narrated by: Honey Scarlett & Leeroy Will

Traded Audiobook


Not long ago I listened to JT Geissinger books, and I was warned that I wouldn’t like the heroines, yet I would enjoy the stories. It was true. There are some books that as long as you walk into them knowing this or that is going to be a certain way, then you can move on and enjoy the rest of the story.

I haven’t read a Catherine Anderson in years, but this book reminded me of her sugary sweet heroines + HEA style. Yes the heroine starts off as a Mary Sue Doormat. I mean she is *Mary Sue* and I kept wishing that this book went full BDSM and explained her as the ultimate broken in full slave, or that the story was set in a barbaric time period or even an ultra repressed Victorian era romance because I needed a reason for her to be soooo devoted to her crap bag of a husband, sooooo good in all things, and yet stay with him and put up with that, working outside the home, positive outside influences unable to talk her out of leaving him for years and years.

Then I thought… you know?? Props to the author for NOT making her parents the brainwashed members of an uber religious cult etc etc and NOT making any excuses — this woman has been systematically emotionally abused. Her husband wormed his way into her confidence and didn’t stop chipping and as much as I despised that yes I know it happens.

Such a relief when the hero begins the battle of reprogramming her. SUCH. RELIEF.
This girl NEEDS it.

I came to like her. Her revelation about his role in the business is actually… really cute. 😉
I liked the hero for her. She needed a guy that loved her and didn’t mess with her head, didn’t do games – just figured out what he wanted, and activated a plan to make it happen. And he realizes what she needs and works with her to make things easier, better. Really nice.

There were a couple of scenes I bookmarked in this audio because they were really touching. I loved the premise LOVED it. Fascinating, horrifying premise to walk in blind to find out the man you’ve devoted your life to just traded your body to a criminal for a few months.

AND THE NARRATION.  It must be said.  Dual Narration: was never a fan of it.  Didn’t finish a book that had it until I heard Honey & Will in another book, Burning Ember.  I’M A CHANGED LISTENER.  Their voice acting is AWESOME and I really, really was surprised how much and how fast I fell in love with her doing all the female and him doing all the male lines.  It’s – well, it’s like a riveting play for my ears and I’m afraid they’ve spoiled me!!


I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

Dirty Ugly Toy by K Webster Narrated By Steven Barnett

Dirty Ugly Toy Audiobook

There are two books I can think of where I fell in love with a character offscreen.
Kelley Armstrong’s Jeremy Danvers (because, AWWW! So glad she wrote Savage *happy sigh*)
And now K Webster’s Dirty Ugly Toy has Richard, and I don’t think I’ve been hit with instadevotion quite like this – before he even got to say a line to the main characters – EVER.

There was a scene in this story that I really didn’t like, really didn’t, because I hate when the hero touches another woman – especially if she’s treated the heroine like crap — but it all worked out, it really isn’t cheating, and mollified would be a good word to describe how I felt later. This book is so different. I loved the psychological layers to character interactions and motivations. Webster doesn’t do “average”. Her books are so dark and twisty you’d think there wouldn’t be room for romance but the book is filled with these heart-squeezing (or heart stopping, you know, depends on where you’re at in the story (I’m looking at you THIS ISN’T YOU, BABY)) – she weaves darkness with romance like a boss, and I can’t wait to hear more of hers on audio.

This was the first book I’ve heard from Steven Barnett and he did great with the accents, and the different characters, and I’ve said it before and it’s still true: there are a handful of WONDERFUL female narrators that I’d listen to all day (and have) – but hands down, I prefer when male narrators read the entire book, even from female POV. And I bookmarked the ever living hell out of this audio. If I could have added a clapping hand emoticon it would have been at parts like 6:21:25, where Barnett gave the most realistic enraged protective male performance (Brax ❤ ) I think I’ve ever heard on audio – I so loved it!

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Awww, this teaser — Frankie Love

Check this out!!


Congrats all the authors that made the list, with extra special shout out to Mariana Zapata and Rebecca Shea BECAUSE I SO LOVED THOSE LINES ♥


But now thanks to that teaser, I have got to check this out

Mistletoe Mountain: The Mountain Man's Christmas by [Love, Frankie]


All I want for Christmas is Everett & Evie!

When I go out to chop down a Christmas tree the last thing I expect to find is woman caught in a snowstorm.
But there she is, lost and alone. And f*cking gorgeous.
I take her home with me — my cabin will warm her up … and so will I.
Meeting her was serendipity … and letting her go isn’t an option.
But her life isn’t built around Mistletoe Mountain the way mine is.
This mountain man is hoping for a Christmas miracle.

Darling Reader,

This story is like a candy cane. You’ll wanna keep licking this mountain man. The cover may be sweet, but Everett and Evie are sugar & spice and naughty & nice! 😉

May your days be merry and bright.
xo, frankie


The Last Vhalgenn by Kayelle Allen

The Last Vhalgenn by [Allen, Kayelle]


I requested this book (which I received a free copy, and hereby am voluntarily sharing my honest review) because I saw the cover (LOVE IT) and the title intrigued me (BECAUSE: AWESOME) and somehow early on in the story I got the impression that this was going to have romance.

It kind of does. The most bittersweet, well written slice of romance – but not onscreen and not even offscreen – it was in their past, and… I want to say more. It’s the (bitter)sweetest short slice I’ve come across in a short story in a long time.  I WANTED MORE. Ever read JR Ward’s STORY OF SON? If I could only pick one book, one book from ALL of hers, that’s the one. I’d reread it again and again. And The Last Vhalgenn had that spark, had the premise, and the skill to tell a story in short – NOT EASY AND HAVEN’T SEEN THAT A LONG TIME EITHER — I just, as a reader with a serious soft spot for romances, wanted this one to go all-out dark romance. Seriously. Please Kayelle Allen KEEP GOING! I saw that you have romance titles and I’m going to have to try them because you’ve got me hooked I JUST NEED MORE.
If you like sci fi, want a fast read with a really neat plot, but don’t want to be bogged down with sex then you’ll love this book – this will tick all your boxes. I was even impressed with the a topic that was so believable I had to look it up – and who’d have thought I’d be curious about the life of a wet-nurse??? To say that’s not normally even in my wheelhouse of interest would be an understatement but I had to know what was true about the practice.

DRAGON MAID — I love the title – TBR List FTW

Dragon Maid: Highland Fantasy Romance (Dragon Lore Book 3) by [Gimpel, Ann]


I have been meaning to try this series for awhile now, but when I saw the title for this one, it just caught me.  I’ll be back to tell you what I thought.  In the meantime, take a peek at what this author has to offer, looks fun:

How to Love a Dragon

To Love A Highland Dragon: Highland Fantasy Romance (Dragon Lore Book 2)

Dragon's Dare: Highland Fantasy Romance (Dragon Lore Book 4)




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