By Aubrey Parker
I shouldn’t be in this mansion, in this twisted contest, with these strange men and women.
The things they’re willing to do as they play Trevor’s game are beyond belief.
The plotting and backstabbing is too much to take.
I only have one ally. One reason for staying. But as much as I’m drawn to Trevor’s right-hand man Daniel, he keeps pushing me away. We’re red-hot one second … but I’d swear he hates me the next.
I’m better than this place. The hedonism should repel me, and the fact that I’ll only play with the one man I’m not allowed to have should have gotten me thrown out long ago.
But I’m still here, and so is Daniel …
I read BURNING RIVALRY immediately after finishing BURNING OFFER for two reasons: firstly because I was intrigued with the story and wanted to keep going; and secondly because I had no idea what was going on and didn’t want to risk forgetting anything. After finishing BURNING RIVALRY, I have to admit that I still have no idea what is going on in that house. Everyone talks in riddles and everything is based on strategy and manipulation. Quite frankly, this book is a mindfuck just like the games in the story.
There are three things I do know:
1 – Six of the twelve girls get eliminated.
2 – Daniel is supposed to be off-limits to the contestants, but his sexual relationship with Bridget appears to be the world’s worst kept secret.
3 – EROS is looking for that special something in a special someone that will help the company make more money.
BURNING RIVALRY is told in dual POVs, but again is mostly told in Bridget’s POV. It’s the second book in a four part serial, so it cannot be read as a stand-alone. I hate overly predictable books, so while I’m frustrated that I’m not understanding this book at all, I love the fact that I have no idea what’s going on or what’s going to happen.
Burning Rivalry (Trevor’s Harem # 2)
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