The stakes have never been higher, and she’s full of the devil.
Edward Fasbender is my husband.
Together, we brought down powerful men.
Now we have a chance to start over. To be the family neither of us ever had, to leave the past in the past where it belongs. Edward has a choice to make.
It will decide if we fall into the flames–or rise together.
I was no longer Edward’s little bird. I was a phoenix, and I was rising.
ARC REVIEW ➼
The conclusion of the Slay Quartet, the epic conclusion to Edward and Celia’s story and this book was perfection. I’ve been reading this series since book one and I had no idea how things were going to play out for these two, but it was perfect for them.
If Edward and Celia were characters in another book they would be the villains, well Celia was. They are both characters that you just want to hate, however, in their own story you can’t help but love them. Edward took some warming up to, but by the end of this series he was a changed man. Celia, I just wanted to hate her, but I don’t. I love her. Three words I never thought I would say. She has experienced so much pain, loss, suffering that I just wanted the woman to have her own happily ever after.
Rising wasn’t smooth sailing all the way through, there were many ups and downs and struggles both Edward and Celia experienced. Their chemistry was on FIRE and hotter than ever. All secrets were revealed and forced them to face the truth.
Rising is a MUST READ along with the previous three books in this series. If you’re looking for an new addicting series to binge read then the Slay Quartet is a MUST!