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Published by Self Published on May 31st 2016
Genres: Dark, Romance
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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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Book Review: 4 stars
“Sweet Jayne” is a story about redemption, making the biggest sacrifices for love and – most of all – surviving, no matter what. If I’d have to classify this book, I’d say it’s a mixture of dark romance, suspense, BDSM and simply something K. Webster. She has the most vivid and extraordinary imagination when it comes to her storylines. I loved every twist and turn “Sweet Jayne” took me on and couldn’t stop reading until the very end. I just HAD to know what would happen next.
The writing was as captivating as ever, the characters quite complex. And even though I could guess each and every mystery early on, I was very much enthralled in the story. Suffice it to say, that this book was quite angsty and very fast-paced.
There was one downside to it, hence only the 4 stars-rating: It took me a long time to figure out who the true love-interests were in this book. That is something I HAVE to know, so I can have my chance to build up a relationship to the characters. Sounds strange, but that’s just the way I am. It first seemed that every man, who crossed paths with the female MC Nadia had a big crush on her after so much as kissing her. Did she somehow have magic saliva? That’s what I like to call the “Magic-Pussy-Syndrom”. But aside from that, I liked this book very much.
All in all, I rate “Sweet Jayne” with 4 stars and can recommend it to all fans of dark-ish romance and a lot of mystery in their books. And even though this book is no cookie-cutter romance, I wouldn’t say it’s as shocking as K. Webster’s previous books. Standalone story, ages 18+ due to sexual situations, slight BDSM, language and abuse/rape.