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    Magnifisent

    When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Laurelin Paige is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book. Celia Werner is an only child. She working as an interior designer.She’s been manipulative often exploiting the weaknesses of others.Then she meet a man named Edward Fasbender.
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    Unforgettable

    This is one of those books that you know you will never forget because this author really gets under your skin with her twisted tale of lust, greed, power and revenge. I so wanted to hate Edward and Celia who on the face of it love to play games, love to play with people’s emotions so maybe they deserve the loveless marriage they find themselves in or maybe we need to dig deeper into their dark pasts to see the real characters behind the masks they wear so well...... Slay: Ruin does exactly that as secrets are revealed and we finally get to see why Edward has been infatuated and so passionate with his pursuit of Celia and we get to see what made Celia the person even she doesn’t like ........ This story has so many layers and I’m struggling to put words on paper as I write this review, I was blown away by a book I really didn’t want to like but I’m so glad we finally get to see the person behind the mask Celia wore so well in The Fixed Series. This couple both have layers that need to be peeled back and if I’m honest I hated some of their actions but as I join their journey I find myself falling for the characters I wanted to hate and for me that shows just how talented this author is because she had me doing a 360 degree turnaround as she drew me in and stripped the layers of Edward Fasbender and Celia Werner. I can’t wait to see where the final games take his couple.....
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    A bewitching and mouth-watering must read!

    Slay: Ruin is a bewitching and mouth-watering must read! After that hellacious cliffhanger we were all forced to endure from book one, we finally find out what happens next with these two wicked characters. To say I wasn’t prepared…*pfft*, truest understatement of the year. But wait…you NEED to read book one first before reading this book. If that wasn’t obvious by now, then this is me telling you. So, you’ve been warned… Slay: Ruin starts right where Slay: Rivalry ends. Literally. (Thank God.) The author wastes no time getting right into the thick of things between Celia and Edward. As much as we were all tortured with that cliffhanger, we were put out of our misery right away. But oh, the author does find other methods in which to torture us as the book progresses. Hell bent on “breaking down” Celia, Edward leaves her stranded on his private island after their honeymoon, only returning a handful of times. If that doesn’t reek of CONTROL, then I don’t know what does. Throughout the story, we’re given full access to Celia and how she handled her “imprisonment”, with only a few, very brief insights into the mind of Edward. The progression of the plot is an erotic mix of mind games, domination, and discipline. But above all of that, truth and honesty. Multiple times throughout the story, I had a very strong dislike for Edward. I wanted to hate him, truly I did. But there was just something about him, something working in his mind that we hadn’t seen yet, that piqued my curiosity. He’s such an enigma of a man that even Celia was blindsided more than once. And Celia!....Gah, I didn’t know I would ever have a compassionate or supportive bone in my body when it came to her. The internal pain, misfortune, and insecurities she’s carried with her is truly shocking, and explains WHY she is the way she is. And as more of Celia’s truths become revealed, you ultimately see why Edward is so determined to break her. I could not put this book down. I thought I knew where this story was headed, but I had NO IDEA! Slay: Ruin doesn’t necessarily end on a cliffhanger (unlike book one), but it does leave the story open to an array of possibilities and interpretations…along with a ton of questions. But most importantly, there’s still the chilling reminder of that shocking cliffhanger from book one…was Edward serious? Or did their newly formed connection make him have a change of heart? I seriously cannot wait for Slay: Revenge. I have an idea, but just like the first two books, I am in no way going to be prepared for what’s in store with these two characters. I’m on the edge of my seat with anticipation!
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    "I was drawn to the devil in him."

    Edward Fasbender was a master manipulator and Celia Werner was the sacrificial lamb who succumbed to his charm and deviousness. It was hard to know where to start when describing the intricacies of the next stage of their relationship. Edward forced Celia to become a prisoner on his island and set out to delve deep into her mind to find out all of her secrets. He was controlling and demanding, and put his wants and desires first. Celia may have been the Queen of “The Game” with Hudson, but Edward played “The Game” better than they did, and Celia never saw it coming. Edward isolated her and became more powerful than ever. He already knew all of Celia’s weaknesses and used them to his advantage. Celia, with all of her polish and education, became a naive and fragile person under Edward’s control. Her confidence disappeared and he left her lonely and fearful. She depended on him for everything and existed in a world where she could not escape. She was afraid if she didn’t do as he asked, Edward would take away what little love and affection he showed her. Celia could not enjoy the beautiful, tropical setting as she would have liked, because she was always afraid of what might happen next. She was haunted by demons from her past, and didn’t like being tormented by Edward in the present. What would the next sunrise bring for Celia? A brighter day or a menacing storm? The future remains to be seen.
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    This continuing story is perfect!

    Oooooo this is the continuing story of Celia and Edward. After the cliffhanger of Slay 1, I was on tenterhooks to see what would happen next! Celia was a character that I loved to loathe, but know Ms. Paige has done something truly amazing, she is changing the way I think about a character. This story delves more into Celia's past, her psyche, her soul.  Edward truly knows how to break her down.   I started to empathize with Celia, I could understand why she became the woman she was when she met Edward. Edward is slowly coming around.  As his feelings for Celia change, so does his plans and the repercussions of that will be felt throughout the story. You still get the push and pull of the tumultuous relationship between Edward and Celia, but now you get to see how their relationship is evolving and growing.  With the alternate POV's it really brings more understanding into Edward and Celia. I loved how this part of the story ended.  But now I cannot wait for the next installment!
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