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ARC Review of Gluttony by K Webster

My life has been served to me on a gold platter to be devoured by my silver spoon.

Money, money, and more money. It’s the backbone of the Goddard name. I’m the only son, so it’s all mine for the taking.

But sometimes money isn’t enough. I always want more, yet nothing seems to satisfy me.

My father has made sure I become a part of The Elite Seven. Where most candidates are chosen, I was given my place. Everything comes at a price, though. Luckily, I can afford any price—no one has more money than God.

The Elite Seven have their initiations. My assignment is personal and beneath me: steal a car and send a warning. It’ll hurt my best friend in the process, but we both made a pact going into this. There’s no line we won’t cross.

My task makes an ugly turn and I nearly take a life. Such a small, unimportant person—someone no one would even notice was gone. She’s a problem my money and power can easily sweep under the rug.


It’s what my father wants. It’s what my brothers want. But when she finally opens those big, innocent brown eyes, I realize I’ve found what I’ve been searching for my entire life. I don’t want my little problem to disappear…I want to keep her.

Accept your sin wisely, for the tasks given to earn your place are not for the weak—they’re for The Elite.

Money is my legacy, but I want something money can’t buy.
I am Baxter Samuel Goddard V.
I am Gluttony.

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Release: April 15, 2019
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat: Descriptive - 4 out of 5
Type: Book 5 of The Elite Seven series
Length: 203 pages
Format: eARC provided by the author

My Review

★★★★✩

I've been dying to know Gluttony. I thought he'd be another poor little rich boy, petulant and entitled, and maybe his story would have a weird twist like the others. But his story was so much more than what I expected. God had it all - money, good looks, material goods - and his life was made. But God was living in pain. He was insecure and full of self-hatred and the lengths he went to in order to deal with his issues made my heart hurt. He was selfish... and then he wasn't. This story was all about God's growth as a person and the most horrific event that ended up changing his life for the better.

I loved this story! Webster gave me what I've been praying for. I even got a huge glimpse into Sloth's character and I'm excited to see what he's all about. Shoot, I've been intrigued by the guy who always finds a way to be there when people need him. He's connected in ways I can't even begin to understand and I'm excited to learn what makes him tick.

Is that a bird? A plane? Nope, that's K Webster hitting this shit right out the damn park!!


We all know the issues with this series. We know that it's kinda gone off the rails. Well, K Webster put that bitch back on the track!

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