This Isn’t Over, Baby
by K. Webster War & Peace
Publication Date: August 30, 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Dark Romance
But the war wasn’t OVER.
I suffered the aching loss of what they had stolen from me.
OVER and OVER again, my heart broke.
The white Queen and the black King had taken OVER the game and ruled for what seemed like eternity.
Until one day, eternity was finally OVER.
I was the dark knight who would rise again and conquer.
I was the man who would win OVER the most important piece on the board.
A slayer. A protector. A father.
A new king with the blackest of hearts.
And head OVER heels in love with…
The little princess who owned my twisted soul.
Sometimes the villains don’t just want their happy ending…
They demand it.
This isn’t OVER, baby.
This will never be OVER.
Warning: This Isn’t Over, Baby is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes and violence which could trigger emotional distress are found in this story. This story is NOT for everyone.
Goodness gracious. I have a joke that I have no limit when it comes to dark reads, but I think K. Webster found it with This Isn't Over, Baby and I just scooted the line over for her. With the occasional flashback, TIOB follows Gabe and Hannah, Baylee's daughter, several years after the events of TIWB and TILB. We see into Gabe's mind, understanding how he became the man he is, and with a weird twist K. Webster allows readers to find a reason to actually like Gabe. He becomes the voice of reason after meeting Hannah, a girl who takes after her father and mother in more ways than one. She's twisted and sick, her jealousy off the charts and her moral compass more than a little skewed. This is endearing to Gabe and in turn his depravity is endearing to Hannah. What grows between them is forbidden, disturbing, inappropriate, and totally the dark side of romance that K. Webster is famous for writing.
This Isn't Over, Baby is not for the faint of heart. You should read the War & Peace duet prior to picking up TIOB, but even those two novels won't prepare you for just how dark and evil K. Webster can be. However, if you're a fan of the villain, then this book is for you. I loved taking the leap into darkness with this series and knowing there are more coming has me so excited!