Dirty Ugly Toy by K. Webster is definitely a book that a dark romance reader won’t want to miss. I have read the book several times now, and continue to love it just as much as I did the first time. This story took me on quite a ride, from heartaching emotion with soul crushing revelations, to unexpectedly tender moments- this story had me completely unbalanced, and I loved every single moment! This reminded me of a grittier, darker and more emotional “Pretty Woman”. It was a little twisted, which I have come to love and expect from Ms. Webster- and even through all the very unsettling scenes which made me quite uncomfortable, I couldn’t and wouldn’t put the book down- through the action, shocking details, and violence- I forged on, completely invested in the story and the characters- needing desperately to see how everything works out in the end. There is definitely much more to this story than first meets the eye- and is so worth the read to discover it all!! So, do yourself a favour and grab a copy, meet Braxton and Jessica- but strap yourself in because your in for an intense ride!
This is one of those books that has you thinking your borderline psychotic, you know it’s twisted and wrong but you just can’t help yourself. That is precisely what I love about K Webster’s books, your pushed out of your comfort zone, your disgusted yet intrigued, you question yourself for reading it and yet, you can’t stop. Brax Is a product of his messed-up childhood, inside his mind is dark and disturbing. Brax likes his toys even though they are not shiny and new, they are already broken.
Jessica (Bunny) is a drug addict littering the streets of London and she’s now Brax’s new toy. He will break her, play with her and rid her of the filth she has become. Jessica however surprises Brax with how different she is from all his other toys. She provokes something inside of him, she challenges his sick twisted mind and just might be as messed up as he is.
Under all the complexity of Brax and Jessica, there is a story of growth, a formidable bond and a newfound friendship of trust and acceptance. The ending of the book reveals a bigger and clearer picture of Brax’s intentions and will completely change your perspective of the whole story.
If you’re up for the challenge you won’t be disappointed with this well written story of two ugly lost souls finding something beautiful in one another.
Right from the start this book takes you on a crazy carousel ride that makes you FEEL everything that the characters are feeling right along with them. Braxton Kennedy was pure filthy and dirty sex on legs, MY GOD!! Talk about wet painties, jesus christ this man and his mouth! I so badly was sitting there being like, "Hey Braxton, I'll be your toy." He was a man that so desperately wanted to be cruel to make up for all the hurt he had to endure as a child but you can tell deep down he has a heart of gold and that was what made me fall so hard for him. Now Jessica, god she was amazing. She fit Braxton perfectly. She aswell went through heartache before meeting Braxton and what she went through made me want to pull her close and put back together her broken pieces. Her sassy mouth made me laugh so much and at times I was like "Damn girl! You go, get his panties in a twist so mine can get wet!" Both Jessica and Braxton both needed game changers, they need to heal and love and I'm so glad they found each other to do that with. They deserve their happy ending.
This was my first book from K Webster and certainly won't be my last. This was such an interesting story with amazing characters that left me captivated the whole way through and left me wanting more. The story itself doesn't need more but I'd love to read a novella oh these two in the future.
Initially seen this via K. Webster’s Instagram and thought why not take a chance - read something out of the norm for once - set in Washington, Seattle and travels to London and The Deep South in Georgia with a few stops in Las Vegas. We get to witness and accompany Brax and Jess on their healing Journey in which they find each other and so so much more than they were anticipating finding
And uncovering many secrets along the way
Definitely a book I would recommend for others to read * some scenes you may find disturbing or chilling * when reading some flashback scenes the full picture of Brax’s life as well as Jessica’s life begins to shape and make sense of their journey from their experiences wound up to them meeting each other truly a remarkable story - both highly compatible between the sheets - both fiercely protective of the other - it truly was an amazing story Thankyou for the opportunity to experience the wonderment of this novel ♥️
I have only discovered K Webster's books over the past two months, and so far Dirty Ugly Toy would have to be my favorite read, and one of the best books of 2018 I've had the pleasure of reading. This book is deep, dark, dirty, and emotionally powerful. From the first page to the last i was drawn in and couldn't put it down. Both Brax and Bunny were complicated characters, and both were amazing! I look forward to reading more from this amazing author.
Honestly? I was a little freaked out, at first. I'm totally a vanilla girl but have no problems with those of more creative fetishes? However being the naive little dear I am my imaginings of BDSM were more the glorified, romantic ideals of Mr Grey (remember I said I was naive!) and it didn't take long to realize that I was in way deeper than I could of imagined!
Again, I'm going to be honest. I admit that I skimmed over a lot of the descriptive sex scenes (I couldn't connect with their desire/needs, but I imagine for like minded people it was hot!) while still focusing on the way they treated each other mentally & emotionally. The emotional & mental abuse was hard for me to take but I found myself completely invested in their dark pasts & unique way of handling their individual pain, without feeling too messed up myself LOL!
I really enjoyed their unique backgrounds, not only Brax & Jess's but Chris's, Cart & Dubois also. Each character wormed their way into my heart & I felt protective towards them, like if K Webster hurt them I'd go ape-s*** on her arse ;-) I think after reading Dirty Ugly Toy, my mind has expanded & I have a better understanding of what BDSM entails (I'm happy to stay a little naive though) but overall I really enjoyed the story, characters & K Webster's writing. I think that was pretty obvious since I had to make myself go to sleep & not pull an all-nighter to find out what happened ;-) 4 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The story is like a few books I've already read before by Pepper Winters and Clarissa Wild. BUT, K Webster still makes her own story in her own style. First book I've read by her and I really enjoyed it. It's been edited well too which is really nice for a change. It's a dark read but it also has sweet & tender moments. It's got everything you want in a book.
Not your usual copycat plot. Characters are real with real emotions and you can relate to them rather than questioning characters who flit from anger to love in a flash. Well written. Story gripped me and flowed well. I enjoyed it and would recommend it to people who enjoy dark romance
It is very rare that I am surprised by a storyline, this was one of those times. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and whilst it has dark overtones it is, at the heart, a touching romance. Very well written.