Betraying the most powerful man in New York wasn’t something I ever envisioned when I first started playing games with Winston Constantine. But he’s engaged in far more dangerous games than ours, and his enemies are out for blood.
Winston has my heart, the Morellis have incriminating photos, and I’m left with nothing except three stepbrothers who want to hurt me and a future in doubt. I knew Winston wouldn’t be my prince charming, but that didn’t stop me from falling for him.
After all, the slippers fit, and I let myself believe I’d be dancing with Winston forever.
Until too much truth comes to light.
Until I realize instead of ruling the board, I was just a pawn.
In the end, I have only one question. When his game with me is over, will I be able to pretend as if the glass slipper wasn’t a perfect fit?
The Glass Slipper is the stunning conclusion to the Cinderella trilogy by K Webster. I have been hooked on this series since the very first book and can attest that this has been one wild ride from start to finish.
This book picks up exactly where Prince Charming (book two) finished and contains so much character growth and development while bringing each of the story arcs to a satisfying conclusion. I really enjoyed seeing how each of the side characters’ devious plots all became interwoven and how Winston and Ash used these opportunities to not only kick ass learn to grow as a partnership.
It’s a bit hard to go into too much detail regarding this book since I don’t want to give anything away and most of the main points are discussed in the first two books (Stroke of Midnight and Prince Charming) so I will just end this review with how much I appreciate Webster’s take on the classic Cinderella tale. Webster really made this tale her own and gave it the perfect dark romance/bdsm twist.
Disclaimer: Thank you to the author and Candi Kane PR for the arc in exchange for an honest review.