The Hale family is obsessed with status, power, and control. No problem is too big their money can’t solve.
Royce Hale manipulated me into giving him everything. My virginity. My hand in marriage. My heart.
And as soon as he got what he wanted, he callously sold me off for a cool ten million.
In the boardroom and the twisted game his family plays, he says the only rule is to win at all costs.
Yesterday I learned a painful lesson not to trust the prince of Cape Hill. Today I’ll destroy his carefully laid plans and show him just how badly he’s already lost.
All the money in the world won’t be able to stop me.
The Obsession is the second book of the Filthy Rich Americans trilogy and should be read following The Initiation.
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Oh my god so mean to end it like that and make me wait for the next book. This book is smoking hot, gritty and raw I love all the twists and turns and duality of the characters. Such a great book can't wait for the next
Holy Smokin' story hell.
When Nikki Sloane ups the stakes, she doesn’t hold back. If you thought things couldn’t get any hotter, dirtier or more deviant than ‘The Initiation’ (Part 1 of ‘Filthy Rich Americans’), you’d be wrong. So, so wrong.
Marist and Royce have fought and struggled to be together. To be just another young couple falling in love, but Macalister is having none of that.
The man is in the very words of the book. Obsessed. He’s a dirty and depraved soul but it makes some taboo-ish, filthy scenes.
Royce is working hard to beat his father, but somehow, Macalister seems to be two steps ahead of his son in every move. He’s trying to make Marist his by forcing her to spend time with him, but she’s not an easy catch.
This book was fast-paced, hot, sinfully dirty and oh, so delicious when Marist and Royce got to be alone. Macalister might think he’s the better man, but we and Marist see the truth.
But watch out, there’s a sting in this tale, one you won’t see coming.
Can’t wait for the conclusion to this series.
Bring on ‘The Deception’.