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Dirty Ugly Toy

4.20  ·  Rating details ·  6,304 ratings  ·  1,006 reviews
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 ha
Kindle Edition, 354 pages
Published January 18th 2016 by K Webster
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Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️
4.5 Stars

I've been ALL over the place with my reading lately and woke up yesterday just NEEDING to read a solid dark romance. I haven't had the time or the desire *gasp* to read much other than re-reads lately, so the urge to read anything new was a fairly exciting moment.


And the fact that I wanted to read a DARK romance?


I like my dark romance to be, well, dark, obviously.

Meaning, I like taboo shit, dubious or perhaps complete non-consent, captivity/slave themes, violence and...malleable/wast
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If you follow my reviews, you know that I love dark, twisted stories. Based on the title alone, I knew that this story would be right up my alley. K. Webster never fails to deliver just the type of mindf*ck that I love and this book was no exception.

'Dirty Ugly Toy' begins with a scene that immediately had me questioning exactly what kind of a sick individual Braxton Kennedy really was. He has finished with one of his "toys". She is bound, g
Sep 12, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: dark
I read this book, loved it, then promptly forgot that a review needed to be written. So, this is a few months late but glad to say you will not be disappointed should you decide to read this. The story was uber naughty and the hero was scrumptious. Loved it.
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TITLE: Dirty Ugly Toy
AUTHOR: K. Webster
GENRE: Contemporary Romance, Semi dark story-line

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Here's why I gave this 5 stars, it's a book where you have to step outside your comfort zone, outside of your head, some won't like this, but others like me who are sick and twisted will love it, it goes against everything you believe in, right vs wrong, it's a book where you have to stop thinking and just feel, feel the words, the characters, especially where it
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Dark, twisted, intriguing and yet wildly addicting!!!! Dirty Ugly Toy by K. Webster is not your standard romance novel that is full of hearts and flowers and a knight in shining armor coming to the rescue but instead this book pushes your boundaries. It is in your face. It is raw, ugly, gritty, erotic, poignant, disturbing, dark and twisted. And at the same time, intoxicatingly beautiful. So how can something ugly be stunning? Well, the
Genre: Dark Erotic Romance/Suspense
Type: Standalone
POV: First Person - Dual

Braxton Kennedy was an American who liked to find his preferred product in London. But his product of choice can’t be found in any posh stores dotting the city. Instead, he scoured his “toy” in the back alleys, looking for homeless, kinless prostitutes to meet his specific proclivities.

Jessica made a living by roaming the backstreet of London for the sole purpose of feeding her addiction. Nothing was off lim
★★★ 3.5 Stars ★★★

This is going to be a strange one for me to review, on one hand I really enjoyed the semi dark storyline and the journey that both characters went on in order to move on from their equally sordid and devastating pasts, and on the other hand I was left wondering if I really connected enough to the characters for me to like them.

Jessica is a prostitute living in Bolton (which if you are not familiar with UK towns, is part of Greater Manchester and not a very prosperous town and
Sophie's Reading Corner
3.5 stars

Braxton Kennedy is back in London and he's looking for a new toy. Jessica is a woman who got off the rails and she's selling her body in exchange for some drugs. She's desperate to find the high she's looking for in order to escape reality and Brax seems to be the one who's willing to give her that in exchange for an agreement where she becomes his toy, or else his Bunny, for the rest six months.

"I'm the hunter in this story and I'm hunting rabbit."

If I could describe this
Clumsy Storyteller
Jan 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing

"I want to escape from this world. To go and go and go until I run off the page of the infinite universe. To crawl around in the never-ending, quiet blank nothingness. My own personal heaven. My escape from hell."

Olga therebelreader
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****4 'BUNNY' STARS****

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This isn’t a book you want your kids to read, neither is it something you should read if you don’t like reading about violence, because this gets violent. You have been warned.

This is a dark, gritty and twisted story, following two people, Jessica and Braxton. Jessica is a street prostitute and drug addict who lives in the U.K. She is poor and her addiction to heroin makes her prostitute herself for cash or drugs. She’s been a sex slave, she’s been roughly hand
Eve (Between The Bookends)
Jan 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
I don't even know where to begin to express my thoughts on this book!

It was dark, and twisted, and pushed me out of my comfort zone. So much in fact, that I spent a good deal of this book with my stomach in knots! I LOVE a good sadist, but Brax's action road the knife edge (and often went over) what I feel comfortable with. Yet, I LOVED him in all his twisted fuckeduperty. He often did things that made me cringe, and feel a little sick to my stomach. Jessica was an easier character to enjoy, but
Alessandra Torre
Loved it. I needed a break from a normal 'romance' and this was it. Nonstop plot development, this book never lagged and I believed all aspects of the story, including the love that grew. This was the first book I've read of K. Webster but I'd love to find something else by her. Any recommendations? ...more
Sybil aka Lala
If the movies Pretty Woman and American Psycho ever had an illicit affair, Dirty Ugly Toy would be its bastard child. K. Webster somehow managed to weave together the sweetness of a Cinderella story and the gritty horror of dealing with a villain. But this is not a Disney fairytale, a fact I was reminded of often during the course of this book.

Brax is self-made millionaire with a world of resources at his disposal. He’s also a sadist who enjoys luring women off the streets and humiliating them f

5 toy maker stars.

This book was abso-fucking-lutely brilliant.

This is the second book I've read by Webster, and like the first one, I am in love with it. I didn't know much about this book before going into it, but I had pretty high hopes because Whispers and the Roars was fantastic, and on my list of favorite books I read this year. But I did not read any GR reviews, just saw the ratings by my friends (which were pretty high), and decided I wanted to read it. Of course that gorgeous cov
4.5 stars- review to come 👍

**Read for the 2019 DE A-Z Challenge**

I can’t wait to fuck with her heart and her mind—to push her to the brink of insanity. The ones who are tougher are the most fun to break.

I’ll preface this review by stating that I’m quite partial to this author. I don’t think I’ve ever not enjoyed her stories, and usually I love them, at least the full-length novels. K Webster’s novels usually check all the necessary boxes for me: suspense, originality, twists and turns, and multi
Sep 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: dark-romance, so-hot
well, well..

this was so hot

I don't usually read much dark romance/taboo/forbidden, but hmm as I was in the mood I said why not

and always the first author that comes to mind is, of course, K. WEBSTER, i have a love-hate relationship with her, many books i have not liked, others if and some others i will never read them, i will read all type of books of this as long as the main subjects are not, incest, much difference of age or nonconsensual sex, and scenes of physical abuse.

This was an intense s

Let's just say... curiosity kill the cat. Miaww... This is my first read from K Webster.
I always attracted to dark side. The blurb was very promising and I'm curious to test my limit with this book. Sadly, there are many things off and didn't spot on until the end. It felt off for me. Definitely not my best read but I will try her other books.

"You'll learn, Bunny. I'm a liar. A bad fucking man. The monster you feared as a child. You're my new toy now—to do with wha
Radd Reader
“Tears roll down her bright red cheeks and her garbled pleas become more frantic with each passing mile. Dubois trussed her up tight at the estate—her wrists fastened behind her back with a zip tie, a matching one around her bare ankles, and a scarf strung through her open mouth to the point of nearly gagging her. She’s most likely cut the flesh on her arms from trying to escape. The thought of blood smeared over her olive skin sends a surge of excitement through my veins.”

Now, when a book s
May 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 01-signed
Wow. Just fucking wow.

Dirty Ugly Toy takes you into the depths of the dirty and depraved mind of Braxton Kennedy as he seeks out his next toy. Jessica “Bunny” Rabbit, Toy number 20. She’s nothing but a whore and addict. Something that Brax can clean up and make shiny just to dirty up all over again.

A man who has everything he could have ever dreamed of but who is still living within the nightmares of his childhood, Braxton has discovered the only way he can cope with the life he was lucky enoug
✦ Maica ✦
Mar 29, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2018-reads
“He’s every bit of a warring devil and angel, all wrapped up into one human.”

Basically Stockholm Syndrome: the novel

Let's start with the positive things about this book:
I really liked the fact that there was a trigger warning for violence, rape, sexual abuse, substance abuse, and dubious consent in the synopsis. It makes the readers aware of what they're getting into before reading this. And that's where all the things I liked about this book ends.

It's just a dumb book portrayin
3.75 stars

This story (and Braxton Kennedy) was just soooo twisted, vulgar, and vile! Yes, there's a bunch of degradation, dark humor, deplorable actions and insults, dubious consent foolery, etc. featured in this book. (view spoiler)

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Both main characters were hardened at a young age by the cruelty of life. Braxton was arrogant, difficult to like, and OTT, but his thoughts were humorous and I always wanted to know what he would say next
Jan 19, 2016 rated it really liked it

And when I’m fully pressed into her, I feel completely whole. She and I clinging together with our baby safe between us.

This is a really dark and twisted story and ends with two broken and ugly (on the inside) souls finding beauty within each other. The story begins with Braxton getting rid of toy #19 and leaves you in shock and horror of what is happening. You do not get what that is, until almost at the end. But this scene does sets the mood for rest of the book. There are some contradictions
Fre06 Begum
Dec 27, 2015 rated it liked it
This was a good dark story. The only thing I I didn't like was heroine was a prostitute and s drug addict apart from that no cheating on any way thus a good read, ...more
☘ Lily ☘
I think I'm addicted to K. Webster. Between her and Jaimie Roberts, I kept reading fucked up heroes left and right.

In this one, the hero reminded me a lot of Christian Grey but darker (hah!) and grittier. Imagine what would the public consensus would think of this book whereas they'd already massively scandalized FSoG (which imo was pretty tame compared to shits I've read out there). He was hurtful, crazy, obsessive and possessive. He wanted to break her, in order to fix her (by doing things tha
Book: Dirty Ugly Toy
Written By: K. Webster
Genre: Erotica (BDSM)
Rating:5 /5 stars
Cover Love:5 /5 This cover is absolutely beautiful. Probably one of my favorites that I have ever had in my possession. They say not to judge a book by its cover but look at it! *drools*

Recommendation:Buy it!

Would you read another book by this author?:
I would pay full price for them, and I prefer to only buy used books at $4 or less.

Who might enjoy this book?:
If you loved Fifty Shades of Grey. This book delivers
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Feb 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I'm at a loss for words. In the very beginning I almost put this book down. (DON'T DO IT!!) But I love K. Webster so much, I knew that things aren't always as they seem.

"I might now be considered his toy, but when my mind folly returns to its twisted capacity, I'm going to toy with his whole goddamned life."

This is it for me. This is the it for the whole book. Braxton Kennedy finds Dirty Ugly Toys and takes care of them, until he no longer needs them. When he chooses Bunny, it doesn't take long
Jan 08, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Let's get what I didn't like about the story out of the way.

Jessica's addiction. I felt like it was rushed. From what I know she was addicted to one of the hardest drugs to get clean from. So where was her being sick and battle through it? The story needed this.

Braxx. Not that I didn't like him, there will be more of why I liked him, but his change towards the end. So drastic and too sweet. I liked his tough exterior better. He could've
Celesha Carillo
Dec 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
When I first saw this cover I fell in LOVE! 
Then I read the blurb and I was like yes I NEED this book NOW! 

When it landed on my kindle I was giddy with excitement and you know what it did not disappoint. 

Braxton Kenndy was pure filthy sex and I fell so hard for him. He made me tingle in every area that counts. He was dangerously sexy and I wanted to be his toy. He was a man that wasn't necessarily cruel but he tired to be. What you get at the beginning you don't get at the end and I
Jan 23, 2016 rated it liked it
3.5 stars

As men get older, the toys get more expensive.

Dirty Ugly Toy, is a story about Jennifer, a prostitute, desperately lost in her addiction of drugs, willing to give anything just for another hit. This story starts off in my ‘not so famous’ hometown. Most books which include my country happen to talk about the towns in south more than anything but it came as a surprise when it mentioned streets I am familiar with. Braxton is looking for another ‘toy’ and he spots Jennifer, making it hi
Oct 09, 2020 rated it liked it
3.8 stars

Okay so i am reading all k websters book this week 😂😂 this book was not what I expected it to be. I thought its gonna be so dark and twisted that i might lose my appetite and to be honest it did start that way, i dont usually read dark romance books and i was a bit hesitant when i started this one but as i kept reading i fell in love with the characters. My reaction from WTF ITS DISGUSTING! I CANT READ THIS went to I AM CRYINNNG!! BRAX AND JESSICA ARE PERFECT! I mean the transition fro
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K Webster is a USA Today Bestselling author. Her titles have claimed many bestseller tags in numerous categories, are translated in multiple languages, and have been adapted into audiobooks. She lives in "Tornado Alley" with her husband, two children, and her baby dog named Blue. When she's not writing, she's reading, drinking copious amounts of coffee, and researching aliens.

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