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Publisher's Summary

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 hear and are not intended for everyone. However, those that keep an open mind and stick with it will not be disappointed.

©2016 K Webster (P)2016 K Webster

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My Two Pennies

Braxton surly loves his toys, he enjoys taking them from the dirty ugly environments they're currently surrounding themselves with and transforming them into his most prized possessions but for a maximum of six months. To be brought back throughout the book to his childhood it starts to make sense as to why he's the man he is today. Things start to be shaken up within and round him though with his newest toy. I love a dark dirty read and K. Webster did not disappoint. Loved this story from beginning to the very end. This is my unbiased and voluntary review.

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intriguing

awesome, give it a chance I would read other books from this author. I highly recommend this book and I really did enjoy it !!!

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  • NL
  • 09-28-16

Absolute FAVE

This books is one of my absolute favorites. The narrator nailed the voice for Braxton pretty damn well. Very pleased and now sad that it's over.

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Gripping from start to finish!

I honestly bought this book on recommendation only. I had not read the description or anything. A friend said buy, so I bought. I was not disappointed. WOW What a twisted, wonderful tale!!! I don't want to give anything away so I can't say much, but gripping/wonderfully disturbing/captivating should about cover it. The only thing that would have made this any better would have been a female co-narrator, but the make narrator did fantastic. I will be recommending this one!!!

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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100x better than 50 Shades

This book was dark, sensual, and well written. The plot is deep and well rounded. 50 shades is "vanilla" in comparison.

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Wow...that was intense...

Best book I've listened to in a long while. The warnings are right, this is not for those who get offended or may have triggers to violent sexual situations; however if you are up for the intensity of this book- then you will understand the characters motivations by the end. I'm not even sure what else to put in this review because it was so good but I don't want to give anything away. You really have to experience it for yourself, but I definitely recommend if you are looking for something that will twist your mind and make you fall in love with the hero that you want to resist in every way.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Pygmalion Dark

Yes, it's the My Fair Lady of dark romance. Braxton sees himself as evil, he finds girls that he can make into his "toy" and then after he's tires of playing, he callously disposes of them, he's done this nineteen times and then he chooses Jessica as number twenty.

Jessica is addicted to drugs and will do anything for that next fix and Braxton makes her an offer she can't refuse.

Braxton is a brutal taskmaster making her quit drugs cold turkey and then sets about remaking her from the ground up. But Jessica is much more than she seems and Braxton's obsession with restoring her is deeply rooted in his troubled childhood.

I really liked this audiobook! Some parts were a little far fetched, but not ridiculously so. Yes this book is dark, has bdsm elements, deals with drug abuse and has dubious consent, so if you have triggers, you probably should stay far away from this book. But if you're like me and not phased by difficult subject matter, this book is a gem, has the HEA and no dreaded cliffhanger, yippee!

Now onto the narrator, sigh… It’s a love/hate thing, when he's narrating from Braxton POV he’s wonderful… Except when Braxton’s yelling, I literally had to pull my earphones off! But the problem is his narration of Jessica, his English accent for her is all over place and his reading of her is somewhat screechy. Still overall he did a decent job.

Buy or credit it's worth it.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Wow! What a ride!

I love the K Webster's mind works. Like a roller coaster, she'll twist and turn the story until you think you've had enough then shift direction so fast you'll need to take a breath before you can go on. This book was no exception. And the narration certainly adds to the experience.

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I fell in love with an offscreen character

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There are two books I can think of where I fell in love with a character offscreen.
Kelley Armstrong's Jeremy Danvers (because, AWWW! So glad she wrote Savage *happy sigh*)
And now K Webster's Dirty Ugly Toy has Richard, and I don't think I've been hit with instadevotion quite like this - before he even got to say a line to the main characters - EVER.

There was a scene in this story that I really didn't like, really didn't, because I hate when the hero touches another woman - especially if she's treated the heroine like crap -- but it all worked out, it really isn't cheating, and mollified would be a good word to describe how I felt later. This book is so different. I loved the psychological layers to character interactions and motivations. Webster doesn't do "average". Her books are so dark and twisty you'd think there wouldn't be room for romance but the book is filled with these heart-squeezing (or heart stopping, you know, depends on where you're at in the story (I'm looking at you THIS ISN'T YOU, BABY)) - she weaves darkness with romance like a boss, and I can't wait to hear more of hers on audio.

This was the first book I've heard from Steven Barnett and he did great with the accents, and the different characters, and I've said it before and it's still true: there are a handful of WONDERFUL female narrators that I'd listen to all day (and have) - but hands down, I prefer when male narrators read the entire book, even from female POV. And I bookmarked the ever living hell out of this audio. If I could have added a clapping hand emoticon it would have been at parts like 6:21:25, where Barnett gave the most realistic enraged protective male performance (Brax <3 ) I think I've ever heard on audio - I so loved it!

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Utterly Enthralling

There are no words to adequately express the amazingness of this book. Outstanding performance aside, the story itself sucks you in and never let's up

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  • BookAddictSusan
  • 10-21-16

Utterly Brilliant!!!

Not only is this a fantastic book. I mean it's just amazing.
I was nervous to listen incase it spoilt my version of Brax in my head. I needn't of worried.
This has to be one of my favourite Audios to date. I just loved it.
Steven Barnett has done a wonderful job at capturing the essence of Braxton Kennedy. I love the deep rumble of the voice it suited Brax perfectly. When he did the Shouting parts that Brax is so famous for, I was a gonna.
So much so I found myself rewinding certain parts just to hear them again. Great job.
I can't recommend this Audio enough. Just see for yourself how good it really is. You won't be disappointed.

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  • e fursland
  • 05-27-17

what a wonderful story

What did you like most about Dirty Ugly Toy?

so many twists n turns

What did you like best about this story?

it was a really powerful book

Which character – as performed by Steven Barnett – was your favourite?

rabit

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

i laughed and cried but cried mostly

Any additional comments?

it was such a powerful story and i wouldnt say it was dark but well worth reading or listerning to iv had it on 2 times now

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  • Tongan Book Lover
  • 02-02-17

AMAZING!

I decided to pop my audio book cherry with this one and I absolutely LOVED IT! I felt like it was a completely new book (I've read it) and I felt like everything just intensified tenfold..The voices, the expressions. Omg I loved this so much!