Blog Tour and Giveaway: Dirty Ugly Toy by k Webster
Her time is over. Things are looking up.She’s dirty and ugly. He’s wicked but handsome. Six months to toy with her. Six months of vacation and a ton of money. I’ll hurt her beyond repair. I’ve been through much worse. She’s difficult to control and doesn’t obey. I’m done submitting to anyone or anything in this life. I should hate her. I should hate him. The game has changed. I will win. Dirty Ugly Toy is a novel that blurs the lines of right and wrong, deals with abuse, contains dubious consent, and adult subject matter. If you are sensitive to violent sexual situations, the book may not be suitable for you. Some parts of this book are not easy to read and are not intended for everyone. However, those that keep an open mind and stick with it will not be disappointed.
This book. Wow. I am going to warn you this book is not for the weak hearted and close minded readers. Don't take offense to that statement. We all know that everyone has their limits with what they prefer to read. I can promise you that this will push the boundaries for some. It is gritty and goes right where we all fear it could go.
I need to thank this author. There are times that I read books that delve into the darker side of things, but then the authors back off. It's almost as if they are afraid to go where the story is really going. This book is not the case. There is no fluffing over the gritty and dirty things that this story is about. This book goes right for the jugular. It will rip it open and leave you bleeding.
Such a unique story with unique circumstances. And yes, a love story. However, a love story like you haven't read. Well, at least not like I have read. Someone asked me, after reading the first few pages, if this book is going to be like Fifty Shades. NO. Nothing like it. There really is no parallel to any other book I have read. So when you start this book, don't let those thoughts weigh in on your reading this story.
I am not a fan of doms and subs. This is, but at the same time this isn't that type of book. It's a little more complicated and a lot less literal when using those terms. I don't like to use those terms when discussing this book, but those are the closest thing I can think of when I am referring to this one. Bunny is NOT a sub. However, she is the type of character who is willing to let those they love take what they need in order to satisfy them (within reason). Brax is the type of character who grew up in turmoil so he needs to have control and order in his life. It's a great combination in this story.
Overall, this is one of those books I would love for everyone to read, however, I wouldn't recommend it to everyone because of the material in the book. I am not naive to the fact that not everyone likes books to be as dark as I do. I crave the darkside. Some want unicorns and rainbows and kittens. This is as far from that as one can get. If you prefer sweet and mushy, just walk away now.