Review – Heath by K Webster and Nikki Ash

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This isn’t a typical love story. This a story of what happens when love is so powerful and all-consuming that it has the ability to destroy everyone involved. It’s definitely not pretty and it’s certainly not a fairytale, but it’s their story and it couldn’t be told any other way.


About the Authors

K Webster is the author of dozens romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her husband of twelve years and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.


Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.










Nikki Ash resides in South Florida where she is an English teacher and mom by day and a writer by night. When she’s not writing, you can find her with a book in her hand. From the Boxcar Children to Wuthering Heights to the latest Single Parent Romance, she has lived and breathed every type of book.


Reading is like breathing in, writing is like breathing out. – Pam Allyn


While reading and writing are her passions, her two children are her entire world. You can probably find them at a Disney park before you would find them at home on the weekends!




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HeathHeath by K. Webster
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Okay… so have to say… I had literal, TANGIBLE anxiety over starting this read. Like, I could feel an inner debate going on in my head, not over if I should read it or not, but if I ready for the ride I knew was going to come. Cause if you’ve ever read K Webster, you know that is what is coming. Anywhos… once I finally won my internal battle, I dove right in head first, thinking I was fully prepared for what was to come. I was swept away with the intense desire Heath had for Catrina… PHEW! It was deliciously naughty, and I couldn’t get enough, until I was doused with a cold bucket of water! I had another reader I was going back in forth with on, discussing the emotions that were stirring inside of me, along with noticing how my vocabulary had narrowed down to singular four-letter words… like words that rhyme with “Duck”… If Helen heard me, she would have washed my mouth out with soup, many times over.

This is a retelling of a story, that is being retold over again, but with everything that is going on, you can’t help but get wrapped up into each individual relationship that are going on simultaneously. Each one tugs on your heartstrings, dragging you along for all the pain and pleasure that each character lives through. I will admit, I did have to put it down once or twice, take a breather and pour myself another glass of whiskey… You will feel so worked over that you will either need a hard drink, a smoke, or a hot lay… or all three, but was drawn back, not being able to be away from it for long. By the end, I was speechless, letting everything my heart had been through wash over me. Every hurt, ache, heart racing moment was worth the anxiety when I started.

Nikki Ash and K Webster, stayed true to the original Wuthering Heights, while adding their delicious voices to each part of the story. So if you are up for a revved up version of this tragic romance, you definitely need to pick this up. Don’t let it sit on your TBR shelf for long, cause you need this in your life.

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