Monday, May 20

Review: Elite by Rachel Van Dyken


Title: Elite

By: Rachel Van Dyken

Series: Eagle Elite #1

My Copy: Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:


When I won the annual Eagle Elite College Scholarship lottery, I was thrilled. After all, my grandma had just died and I wanted to take care of my aging grandpa -- he couldn't be a farmer in Wyoming forever. And graduating from Eagle Elite meant opportunity.
But I wasn't counting on meeting Nixon.
Nor was I counting on the rules of the Elect.
1. Do not touch The Elect.
2. Do not look at The Elect.
3. Do not speak to The Elect.
And worst of all? Don't discover the secret they hide, because in the end, you may just realize... it's about you.

our thoughtsElite definitely tests the fine line between love and hate. From the first introduction I absolutely loathed Nixon with a passion. As the story twists and turns he slows softens my heart to a conclusion that leaves me in love with his character. This book reminded me of my deep love for Crow’s Row by Julie Hockley. The danger, action, and lust is all there mixed into an unforgettable story that will leave you begging for more.

This is by far the best book I have read from this talented author. She has twisted and turned my emotions inside out through this entire story. I am wound so tight that I feel like I could explode. I am even a little miffed with the current direction of the main characters feelings. It has me even more determined to follow the story, and further confirms my instantaneous fan status. Elect is just to far away; how will I be able to wait. Add this to The BookWhisperer Recommended series!!!!

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