The Wild I brought them to the wilderness because we couldn t cope with our reality The plan was to make a new life that didn t include heartache No people No technology No interference Just us A chance to pie

  • Title: The Wild
  • Author: K.Webster
  • ISBN: 9781974092802
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • I brought them to the wilderness because we couldn t cope with our reality.The plan was to make a new life that didn t include heartache.No people No technology No interference.Just us.A chance to piece together what was broken.But the wilderness is untamed and harsh.Brutal and unforgiving.It doesn t give a damn about your feelings.Tragedy lives there too.No escaping theI brought them to the wilderness because we couldn t cope with our reality.The plan was to make a new life that didn t include heartache.No people No technology No interference.Just us.A chance to piece together what was broken.But the wilderness is untamed and harsh.Brutal and unforgiving.It doesn t give a damn about your feelings.Tragedy lives there too.No escaping the truths that won t let you go.All you can do is survive where love, no matter how beastly, is the only thing you can truly count on.Confusing Wrong Twisted Beautiful Sick.Love is wild.And we re going to set it free.Warning The Wild is an extremely taboo story Most will find that the themes in this book will make you incredibly uncomfortable This book is only for the brave, the open minded, and the ones who crave love in even the most dismal of situations Extreme sexual themes and violence in certain scenes, which could trigger emotional distress, are found in this story If you are sensitive to heavy taboo themes, then this story is not for you.

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    1. Okayyyyyyyy. Whelp.This doesn't happen very often - if ever, actually - but I don't even know what to say right now.Seriously. I don't. My friends always tell me that if most people's brains can be compared to a lone hamster on a wheel, then mine is analogous to three hamsters on a wheel, spastically running into each other. Which is actually very accurate; however, right now, my hamsters are like this:Stunned, I tell you.*As I write this, I haven't even actually decided on a rating yet. I'm hop [...]

    2. Yep, nope. There's dark, messed up and taboo, which I've read and enjoyed my fair share of. And then there's shameless and gratuitous, far from romance and way into illegal and really disturbing territory. This book is the latter. Although this is getting lots of buzz of the 5 star kind, which I guess, to each their own. This is no Forbidden , Flowers in the Attic , All the Ugly and Wonderful Things or Nine Minutes to name a few. This is more like an Alexa Riley book, you know, shameless smut. O [...]

    3. 2 stars I love reading out of the box reads and I like taboo stories. When I saw all the buzz surrounding The Wild, I knew I had to pick it up and read it for myself. I'm going to be honest here and say… I really didn't like this book. It's not because of the subject matter, I enjoy reading taboo stories. I know a lot of people are grossed out by this one, but honestly it didn't bother me like that too much(view spoiler)[going in, I knew it was pseudo-incest taboo, and IF the author would have [...]

    4. Honestly, I don't see what all the fuss is about. Why does everyone have their panties in such a twist over this one? It's just a book, people! It's a dark, smutty, taboo work of fiction. It isn't like this is the first erotic story to explore kinky daddy issues and/or incest. Seriously, I just don't get it.Obviously, given the subject matter, this isn't a story that is going to hold any appeal for many readers. So, don't read it. I can respect that. So please respect my right to be as dirty-min [...]

    5. Okay. Here we goWARNING:This review will have some spoilers.Personal note:Now, as a very open-minded woman, who is quite outgoing and sometimes compassionate to a fault, I went into this controversial book, already with an open heart, ready to consume it and ready to enjoy it, out of spite, because of all the haters who felt that it was okay to bash an author/a person so insultingly for a book she wroteAnd I mostly DID enjoy this book. That’s why it has 3 stars from me.And as I got further int [...]

    6. The "warning" on this book didn't deter me because I've literally never read anything that took me so far outside my comfort zone that I couldn't handle it. This particular warning was deliberately vague and gave the reader no clear indication as to what this book was about anyway, but rather it served more as bait to unsuspecting readers that enjoy taboo storylines. And I took the bait. I wasn't even skeptical because I'm not a sensitive reader. I'm not bothered by most of the things other read [...]

    7. *Spoilers* The thing is I'm not one to jump on the bandwagon nor will I willingly subjugate my rights, just so I can appease the crowd. That is groupthink at its worst, a notion I shelf under mental slavery. No thank you.I believe I'm old enough and sufficiently intelligent to know what is morally correct, particularly as it pertains to what I choose to do or read. That said, for this particular subject matter, I believe the context and manner in which it was written is the reason it's controver [...]

    8. Erm, no - I didn't really like this one at all. I read it because the taboo aspect intrigued me and it was on Kindle Unlimited. I almost dnf at the 20% mark but I was convinced by all the 5 star reviews that the characters would be redeemed in some way so I continued. Taboo is an understatement, I thought it was pretty sick (a lot sick) and way too over the boundaries for me. As for the storyline, it was all very silly and OTT. Not for me, not in the slightest!

    9. THE WILD:Is a dark, taboo standalone novel by K. Webster As requested by the author this review is going to be as spoiler free as I can possibly make it. Warning: The Wild is an extremely taboo story. Most will find that the themes in this book will make you incredibly uncomfortable. This book is only for the brave, the open-minded, and the ones who crave love in even the most dismal of situations. Extreme sexual themes and violence in certain scenes, which could trigger emotional distress, are [...]

    10. You know what they say about how curiosity killed the cat? Well, I was that cat. **SPOILERS, obviously***I won't do a full review but there are things why this book didn't work for me. Note: I won't be including the incest thing here because I feel like so many reviews already mentioned that. I won't judge anyone who wants to read it or write it. Anyhoo, here's my list:1. Plot contrivances. This book is full of it. From their reason for moving to the wilderness in the first place to the "plot tw [...]

    11. DNF @ 40% (right after "they ate bear soup and the quilt fell away from her naked body") I bought this book a week ago while on vacation. I had no idea what it was about except that it was taboo (which I normally love). I wasn't even aware of all the drama until today when I finished DNF'd the book and logged in to GR. I'm still on vacation and don't have time for a review. Here are my thoughts on this book:It's not just the storyline. I disliked everything about this book. I didn't like the sty [...]

    12. WARNING MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD PROCEED WITH CAUTION!!!!!!So after receiving criticism, for saying that I didn't want to read this book. Readers who have read it stating that I was missing out all the twists and turns and being unfair! I decided to read it to see if I was 'missing out'. going in with the hope this author could make this taboo subject work. I even knew they weren't related. SHE FAILED! This book taboo subject is based on incest. Daughter sleeps with her dad. There is nothing that co [...]

    13. 5 Pinky Promise StarsAfter losing his son Reed packs his wife Sabrina, daughter Devon and their entire life up and moves them deep into the Alaskan wilderness. Just the three of them off the grid to build a new life and good memories. My heart bled for Sabrina in the beginning, I completely understood why she was the way she was. That's about all I can get into about the plot without giving anything away as this is one crazy ass ride you'll just have to read.When I started this I quickly got the [...]

    14. I did not like it. At all.I don't even want to explain why I did not like it.But not because I amsensitive to heavy taboo themes .By the way, I find the Warningin the beginning of the book rather insulting for the readers.

    15. 1 star is too much for this piece of shit. The author fucking romanticizes CHILD ABUSE AND INCEST in her bookAH CHILD ABUSE.I don't give a fuck that there's a twist there about how (view spoiler)[ she's adopted(hide spoiler)]. Repeat after me: CHILD ABUSE IS NOT ROMANTIC. CHILD ABUSE IS NOT ROMANTICE IS STILL A CHILD. HE, on the other hand, IS A RAPIST. HE IS A PEDOPHILE. HE IS A SEX OFFENDER. The only right way for this book to have ended would have been with him in jail for the rest of his lif [...]

    16. Great cover on this one. Perfect representation of the hero and story. Great composition and interesting title work. I do think if the photo of the man was a little lighter it would have added a bit more depth to the cover but other than that, good job.I LOVED this book. L-O-V-E-D it! Judge me ALL you want but I ain't sorry AT ALL! *lol* So this review is going to be a little light on details because I don't want Eve to shiv me, and personally I think it's a book best gone into blindly. I will s [...]

    17. Fuck itI'm on the road to hell, anyway*exhales in attempt of composure*I'll get straight to the pointSo, this book…tsk, tsk, tsk…is exactly what the warning says…a TABOOOOOOO…oooohooooonevermind the blurb, that's not the fuckin point…it should have been MORE than just a fuckin TABOOr me, it was just thata twisted, shocker, mocking fluke!Now, what I want to point out, is the fact that unfortunately this book with the subject it presents missed to SHOW the MANIFESTATION of the circumstan [...]

    18. EDITED: I've added a paragraph from Val's review at the end containing a "spoiler" which really shouldn't be a spoiler. I think these type of triggers should be stated in the blurb and let's face it, by this time a lot of people already know what this book is about.➦This book is extremely hard to review because of the fact that the author explicitly asks to not put any spoilers in the reviews that might hint at the actual nature of the taboo of this particular story. So all I can do is give yo [...]

    19. Patty Belongs To Kellan~Jesse~Lautner~Miller~Jack~Racer~Rafe~Liam~Prince Nicholas~Hayes~Simon~Gianluca & Archer says:

      *****FOUR STARS*****ARC Generously Provided by AuthorLove, brilliant and deep and powerful, shines in his eyes. It burns me. Scalds me. Imprisons me. Suffocates me. But it also fills me. Fuels me. Frees me.A couple of years ago, you wouldn’t catch me reading the kind of books that K. Webster writes. I was afraid of dark reads. But now I crave dark reads. I love this author and have come to expect that she will try and push her readers’ boundaries but she’ll spin things in a way that make [...]

    20. This was indeed a fast paced, taboo-disgusting at times, twisty, and yet very entertaining read. I'm putting in print that I definitely liked the story then ducking and hiding.

    21. ➳People simply just don't understand the issue at hand in this novel ➳I finished this novel, and I believe now I can say what I think of it. And all I can say that even though I read the twists and turns, it still disgusts me to read such a taboo story. This is not ROMANCE, this is perversion at the worst level possible. My opinion, my words Want to judge me? Go ahead! ➳You think I don't like this book because of the "incest" part of it? That's where you are wrong. I don't like this book b [...]

    22. As a father this book is abhorrent. It is a sick person who finds enjoyment in paedophilia. That is what this book is. Devon, technically a child. Obviously traumatised and mentally ill, her father Reed takes it upon himself to start an unhealthy, dominant relationship with her? Father daughter sexual relationship? Minus one star. No grieving after the mother dies? Geez moving on. Minus one star. No plot, no story line gratuitous sex scenes for no reason other than Reed is a f*ing A*hole. Let's [...]

    23. While I'm passing on reading this for my own personal reasons, I 100% support this author who has the right to publish what she wants and I 100% support anyone who wants to read it.

    24. When did romanticizing paedophilia become a genre? Reviewers are calling this a love story? Beautiful? A work of Art? Taboo?Fuck off. This is child sexual abuse, rape, paedophilia, and grooming of a child who needs serious medical attention. Yeah it's a fictional story. It takes a very sick person to think of something like this. Lets hope K Webster does not have children especially a daughter. The entire story makes no sense, the plot is stupid. The characters are stupid.People crying it's been [...]

    25. LIVE! | AMZ US | AMZ UK |TABOO YOU SAY?! I CAN TOTALLY READ THAT!Stand-aloneVE! | AMZ US | AMZ UK |Blurb: I brought them to the wilderness because we couldn’t cope with our reality. The plan was to make a new life that didn’t include heartache. No people. No technology. No interference. Just us. A chance to piece together what was broken. But the wilderness is untamed and harsh. Brutal and unforgiving. It doesn’t give a damn about your feelings. Tragedy lives there too. No escaping the tru [...]

    26. Please don't judge me but I did enjoy this book; I did feel it was well written and I fully agree this isn't for everyone! There are lines that are definitely crossed and are absolutely going to offend some people. Me; I just remember I am reading fiction and this isn't REAL!!!! This would be why I am able to take this with a grain of salt and move on.I feel K. Webster does an amazing job of making the reader empathize with the characters to the point where the lines of rules and ethics are fade [...]

    27. Let me lay out my issues: SPOILERS!!! 1. The characters were not forced into some post-apocalaptic event scenario. They chose to move to the wilds of Alaska and basically camp. So, the excuse that they were in a different situation than we can imagine? No. They could have VERY easily gone back to civilization. 2. The girl was 16. If I hear one more person defend this by saying "The age of consent in Alaska is 16" I will lose it because that is SO not the issue. The issue is that he is her father [...]

    28. “This life is ours. We do what we want.” What do you do when an author gives you a very much crucial warning before starting a book? The sirens are blaring and your gut is literally screaming at you to run away but what do you do instead? Ignore all warnings and start reading because you’re telling yourself that you’ve got this. 10% into the storyline, you’ve realized that you don’t have sh*t and you’re wishing like heck that you would’ve listened to that voice that told you to w [...]

    29. The digital version of this book is now banned from for content but is still available in paperback form. Smashwords is better.Reed Jamison's marriage has been stale ever since his son passed away six years ago. His wife is stuck in the past, reliving memories of a son who won't return home. Reed's sixteen year-old daughter, Devon, is his remaining pride and joy, but in an effort to reclaim the family bond they all once shared, he relocates the family from San Francisco to the wilderness of Ala [...]

    30. 4 "Believe the Warning" Starsohmygod.Seriously, read the warning. Without spoiling the story, the plot goes something like this:Move to remote place to try and start over.Peril.Devastation. Taboo.Bigger Taboo.Biggest Tabbo I've ever read.Peril.Emotions.Revelations.Taboo.K. Webster at her dirtiest and most delicious. But seriously. Heed the warning. ARC provided to A is for Alpha B is for Books for honest review.

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