REVIEW – THIS IS THE END, BABY by K. WEBSTER
Oh man this series goes on my all time list of favs. I could even say that the War and Peace series is my all time fav when it comes to dark romance.
Once again K Webster delivers in this Series ending novella. I’ve truly fallen in love with the dark and beautifully twisted characters in these books.
I wasn’t sure how it would end what would happen to one of the craziest, psychotic, and intensely fucked up couple Hannah and Gabe, that I have come to love.
This book is insanely good with the heavy, the hot as fuck sex and the unconditional love that is disturbingly poetic but oh sooooo good.
This Is The End and I’m so sad that it’s over but know that it’s a series that I will reread and recommend to those that’s are looking for something completely different that will consume you with feelings you didn’t know you had. If you haven’t read this series and you are looking for a dark and intense yet romantic read then this series is a must read.
***This is the seventh and final book in the series. First six books must be read in order to fully understand this story line. THIS STORY IS A NOVELLA AND SHORTER THAN THE REST.***
They say the king is the most powerful piece on the board.
However, they haven’t met me.
This queen knows all the rules. She plays the game better than him.
In my game, the queen can knock the king right off the board.
But, I love him.
The darkness threatens to make me lose sight of my strategy from time to time, but in the END, love always prevails.
Problem is, my black king is playing by a different set of rules. His END game is one he shields from me. It’s a game he plays closely with the white king, the most brilliant player of all. Together, they want to END my game.
They want to END me.
This queen doesn’t go down without a fight.
This queen makes her own rules.
This queen will outsmart those who play against her.
This is the END, baby.
In the END, I am going to win it all.
This is the End, Baby is a dark romance. Extreme sexual themes and violence, which could trigger emotional distress, are found in this story. If you are sensitive to dark themes, then this story is not for you.