We play a game. 5 kings, 5 victims.
The campus is our kingdom. Nobody should defy our rules.
Mable is one of five scholarship recipients accepted to Kingston University each year, but her time at Kingston University is said to prove to be the most difficult of her life. Not only the elite tries to make Mable's life hell, no, the 5 Kings are at the forefront with their immoral game.
I don't want to give too many spoilers as I'm through with volume 8 now and really just want to relate to this part.
I can't go with it or without it. The writing style takes a little getting used to. Very youthful and vulgar or direct. From time to time the choice of words pulled me out of the story a bit, but I quickly found my way back into the story. I'm hooked and definitely suffered with Mable as she endured the bullying attacks. The basic story definitely has great potential and creates a deep pull into the story that makes you forget the time. The author keeps up the mystery of the 5 bullying, mysterious and sexy kings, which definitely arouses great curiosity. You want to know what's under the guise of the game, what the elite are hiding and what the Kings are like underneath their hard shell. Will we find out?
This book is likely to divide opinion. Some will hate it, others will love it.
I can recommend it if you want to forget the time around you and just immerse yourself in a universe of hate, betrayal, love and sex, because I can promise that the basic story is still picking up speed .