Review: SLAY: RIVALRY by Laurelin paige

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Slay: Rivalry by Laurelin Paige
Series: Slay Quartet, book 1
Genre: billionaire, romantic suspense
Publisher: Paige Press LLC
Publication Date: June 4, 2019
Rating: ★★★★★

What the *bleepity bleep*….because HOLY *bleep*….

I was very hesitant on how I’d feel about this book, knowing what I know and how I feel about the she-devil Celia. I mean, really…the majority of us KNOW how we feel about her, and calling her a she-devil is putting it mildly. But my twisted and perverse mind was also really excited to be introduced to Edward, the man who slayed the dragon.

We first met Edward in Fixed Forever, and if you’ve read that book, then you know the overall outcome of the entire Slay series. But what we don’t know is his story…their story. Until now…

Slay: Rivalry is ruthless and mysterious, just like Edward himself. And in true Laurelin Paige style, the story line is mesmerizing, intriguing and undoubtedly seductive. Paige gives us an in-depth, behind-the-scenes exclusive into the mind of Celia Werner. Heartless, emotionless, and devious, it literally pains be to even type her name. But upon learning more about her and looking past her one-dimensional attributes, you begin to actually feel more towards Celia other than animosity. And it seems she has found her match in Edward……or has she?

You feel excitement when reading this book. It’s sexy, erotic, and beyond unconventional. But it’s also a little sad and dispiriting. You also get one mind-f*ck of a cliffhanger. So hold onto your knickers, you’re in for one hell of a treat. *wink*

5 Stars!


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Edward Fasbender is a devil.

He’s my father’s business rival, a powerful, vicious man who takes what he wants and bows to no one. I only took the meeting because I was curious. I thought he was going to offer me a job.

But that’s not what he’s after at all. His proposal is much more intriguing, and I see an opportunity. An opportunity to turn the tables and bring down the devil.

I’ve gotten in trouble playing these games before. I know when the risk is too great, when the stakes are too high. I know how to be cold and strong-willed and destructive. I know how to withstand dominant men with arrogant charm and rugged features.

Yet I can’t resist taking on Edward.

And I can’t resist the pull he has on me.

Soon I’m not so sure which side of the battle I’m standing on–if I’m the warrior meant to slay,

Or the one who will be slain.

Slay is Book One in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author, Laurelin Paige, next dark and edgy series.

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