By Aubrey Parker
I’ve been in this billionaire’s game for a month — but something changed when half my competition was eliminated.
It feels less like a contest now … and more like an experiment.
I shouldn’t have made it past the first round. I don’t know how I did; I’m not special like the others. When I ask Daniel, he just tells me it’s complicated. Then he talks about brain chemistry, how love and sex are an addiction. He tells me how wild animals claim mates, and how he’s claimed me.
The stakes are higher.
The competition is fiercer.
I should have been kicked out long ago, but Daniel tells me I might be the needle in the haystack the company has been looking for.
Sometimes I’m afraid of them all, even of Daniel.
But It’s like I’m on a tether. I couldn’t leave if I wanted to.
So I’m now three books into this series and even though I know a lot more than what I did when I started reading book one, I still don’t understand what is going on or what it is I’m reading.
Here’s what I know:
1 – Three more girls have been eliminated and somehow, despite not playing the game, Bridget is still in the running.
2 – We know that Daniel wanted Bridget in the contest to punish and humiliate her for something she did as a child. Pathetic much?
3 – We know that Halo is the program that runs the house and that it decides who stays and who goes.
4 – Everybody involved in the contest knows that Bridget and Daniel are sleeping together and yet they’re not removed.
Here’s what I don’t know:
1 – Who Caspian White is and why he’s so interested in the contest and Halo, or why everyone fears him and bends over backwards for him.
2 – I don’t know what it is Halo and the board are looking for. They’re looking for something/someone special that will make them a lot of money, but how these games will help them find it, I don’t know.
3 – I don’t know how the villain, Kylie, is getting access to computers to hack classified information about Bridget and what is going on in the house.
BURNING CHOICE is told in dual POVs, but again is mostly told in Bridget’s POV. It’s the third book in a four part serial, so it cannot be read as a stand-alone. Since I still can’t make sense of anything, I’m hoping it’ll all become clear in the fourth and final book. I have to admit, I’m getting more frustrated and less intrigued with each book. I wonder if I should give up, but I feel like I’ve invested too much time in this to give up now. So, onto the fourth book I go.
Burning Choice (Trevor’s Harem # 3)
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