"This book is mean and kinky, desperate and romantic...I was consumed." - KC Caron, Goodreads Reviewer
Edward Fasbender is a devil.
He’s my father's biggest rival. He takes what he wants, and he bows to no one.
And now Edward Fasbender wants me.
I didn’t expect to want him back.
Having him is not in the cards, not when a union with him would destroy my father. But that doesn’t mean I can’t play with him a bit.
Except, I’ve never played against such a ruthless opponent. Edward is cold and vicious, and my blood has never run hotter. They say you should choose the devil you know, but I've always preferred long odds.
Even if it'll get me slain.
“Oh my. I was hooked. You won’t be able to put this down!” - Aleatha Romig, NYT Bestselling Author
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My brain is having trouble computing what I just read, but in a good way. I never, ever, EVER thought I’d want—let alone enjoy—a story about Celia Werner (my fellow Fixed series readers can probably relate), but Laurelin Paige proved me wrong. Brava for making me invested in the story of a character I found utterly detestable and making her human, interesting, and relatable.
Celia is an expert at playing games, but what happens when she enters into yet another game with someone who is her match? Good Lord. *Fans self* I freaking love Edward. Trust me when I say he’s giving Celia a serious run for her game-playing money. I love it lol. The chemistry, tension, and mind games between these two had me beyond eager to finish this story, and I wish I had a time machine so I could jump to the future when the entire quartet is done and just binge binge binge.
This was a story I didn’t know I needed, and now that I’ve read it, I’m in awe and still processing my feelings because it’s just that good. I need to know what happens next and am patiently awaiting the release of Slay: Ruin. Do yourself a favor and read this sexy, edgy, gripping story if you haven’t already.
It’s all about the game
We first meet Celia and Edward in the past books, now they get their own story. Celia likes to play The Game when she wants her way. She finally meets her match in Edward. In the cut throat business world, there is no give and take, only take. Edward offers a business deal to Celia and the fun starts. Slay: Rivalry is a fun and sexy story, full of shenanigans on the part of Celia. It does end in a cliffhanger in this series. Slay: Ruin cannot come soon enough.
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