Review: Sweet Jayne by K. Webster

Sweet Jayne by K Webster
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone
Release - May 31, 2016
Genre - Dark Romance
Multiple POV - 1st person
Heat - I don't wanna talk about it
Length - 346 pages

Nadia Jayne’s world is full of villains.

Kasper thinks he hates her.
Donovan thinks he loves her.
Logan thinks he owns her.

Sweet Jayne is a complicated girl…

She needs Kasper.
She hides from Donovan.
She has a plan for Logan.

But maybe complicated Jayne isn’t so sweet after all…
In fact, she might just be the biggest villain of them all.

WARNING: Story contains dark taboo themes and violence both sexual and physical which could trigger emotional distress in reader.

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MY REVIEW

I’m a huge fan of K. Webster and recently realized that I’ve read the catalogue of her most recent books, but haven’t dived in to her older ones. So this was my first venture and holy freak it was a doozy.

To be honest, at first I found it hard to distinguish between players. Each character had a distinct voice but as the blurb says, Nadia may be the biggest villain of all. It was difficult to understand each motive and who was honestly the bad guy here because it started to feel like there may have been more than one.

This was just as dark and depraved as I’ve come to expect from K. Webster and yet, as is usual, it had it’s own unique twist that I never saw coming. I got who the bad guy was quickly, it was pretty obvious, but I didn’t realize how incredibly bad he really was. And the ending??? Was I supposed to feel bad for the guy? Because I didn’t. I couldn’t understand why he was given any consideration at all, but I guess Stockholm Syndrome will do that to people. And Nadia… why did she feel it necessary to do things on her own? She had no hidden special powers. She wasn’t proficient at any type of martial art for self-defense. She didn’t have a considerably high tolerance for pain. Again, why did she insist on doing everything on her own??? And damn, why are so many of the truly wicked and evil men this author creates so insanely hot???

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