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Elicit (Eagle Elite Book 4) by [Van Dyken, Rachel]
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"Rachel Van Dyken has created one of the most panty-moistening alpha heroes ever in Tex, the stone-cold hit-man with a deep sense of loyalty for his family and an unshakeable love for Mafia princess Mo. Their chemistry is raging hot, but their connection runs so much deeper than that. If you love a strong, commanding alpha that is willing to lay everything on the line for the woman he loves, you are going to fall in love with Tex." --NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author Melanie Shawn
"Elicit packs one hell of a swing, lemme tell you. Just when you thought everything is over, Rachel van Dyken hits you with a curveball that you won't ever see coming. Damn."--Between The Pages Book Blog 

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"Eight minutes where I'd rather time didn't exist." I whispered watching pain roll across his face in a wave. "Kiss me again."
With a soft exhale, he brushed his lips across mine, little feathery strokes that tempted me with promises of something more. He used his tongue to trace the outline of my lips before sliding inside, past my teeth, tasting every inch of me, giving me every inch he could of himself. Living in the moment, both of us knowing that it would soon be over. 
"Seven." I whispered against his mouth.
"Go to school," he urged for a second time. "Make mistakes, Mo. Get in trouble, let Nixon find you sneaking wine into your backpack. Get sent to the Dean's office, make mistakes," he said again then licked his lips. "Let someone pick up the pieces of your broken heart, let someone fix what I destroyed."
"What if I want to drop out and hermit myself in my room?" I refused to look at him.
"That's not living, Mo." Tex cupped my face. "I have five minutes left with you, do you want me to use it to kiss you or lecture you on why I'm right?"
I grinned as a tear slid down my cheek. "Both."
His smile matched mine. "I forget how much you like being scolded."
"Only if the one scolding has a firm hand."
"Every last inch of me is firm and you know it." Tex tugged me into his lap. "School will distract you, it will give you a better future then guns and war, it will take your focus from tragedy to the future. Please, for me, Mo, please try to do normal."
"Normal." I shook my head. "Not sure I know what that word is."
"Normal," Tex repeated. "Making love to someone under a tree not because you have to say goodbye, but because it's the best way you can think to say hello."
My lower lip quivered.
"Normal." His voice was hoarse. "Marrying the love of your life not because her brother shoots you at point blank range--but because not marrying her would be a fate worse than death."
He was silent then added, "Three minutes."
I clenched his shirt with my hands and fought the urge to sob against his chest.
"Normal." Tex's voice was barely audible. "Going from country to country, traveling all over the world, not because you have a hit on you, but because you want to see the girl you love smile in every country God ever created."
I knew the time was ticking by, it seemed the less time we had the faster it went, I guess that's life.
I was looking at two more minutes, maybe less, with my lover, my friend, and all I could do was clench his shirt in my hands and twist, somehow willing him to stay on the ground rather than get up and walk towards certain death.
"Normal." Tex moved to his feet, helping me up. "Giving the woman you love two hours of your time, because you can't imagine spending your minutes, those precious seconds, any other way."
Tex kissed my mouth hard, nearly bruising my lips before stepping back and kissing my nose.
"Time's up," he said gruffly.
"We're no longer friends." I said it as a statement, not even a question.
"For two hours I was your lover, your friend, your everything." Tex looked away. "For the rest of eternity--I'm now your enemy."

Product Details

  • File Size: 930 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Rachel Van Dyken; 1 edition (August 11, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 11, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00L89C7EY
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Oh the tangled webs we weave! Like all the previous books in the Eagle Elite series this book weaves a magical spell of intrigue, violence, heartbreak, love and lust... YES I SAID LUST! Rachel's writing has truly taken on a life of it's own between the pages of Elicit. Mo and Tex have a chemistry that ignites the pages with fire and yet cause you to soak them with tears to put out the flames all at the same time....

Elicit takes the "family" to new levels. When we left off in Entice things were up in the air between Tex and Mo. Tex is literally at the precipice of a life long decision. His blood, even though he denies his birth right, tells the world he is the Capo. Now the question that looms over his head is does he give up the family he's loved and embraced since being abandon by his true blood, or does he deny his birth right and become the dreaded Cppo... He did after all kill the last one!

Nobody can fault Tex for the choices that he has to make in this book, he is literally stuck between a rock and hard place. With the love of his life, breaking his heart the choice you'd think would be easy but he struggles immensely in this book. You will cry for him and for Mo more then once. Their struggle to fight for what's right and what they want pushes and pulls you in so many directions you won't know which is the True North.

There are several players in this book that will shock you. One of them begin Sergio, I found myself in a true love/hate relationship with his character. One minute I love him for his passion and his never ending fight for what he wants and on the other hand hate him for that fight at the same time.

One of my favorite parts of this series is the girls, Mil, Mo and Trace.
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I was fortunate enough to review Elicit before it came out and let me tell you it is a 5 star book!!!

Elicit like all the other Eagle Elite's is just all around mind-blowing. I could use some other more animated words I feel are more appropriate for the subject but I think you get the point. It has all your prized people so don't worry that you'll be missing any of the comedic commentary that we always get with this group.

If you've read from the start you know Mo & Tex, but until you read this book you have no idea what you're in for. This shows a side you haven't seen in the other books. It's so raw, dark and mysterious that you are on the edge for your seat biting your nails, stomach in knots waiting for the next bomb to be dropped intense book. But also has the most amazing devotion, desire, love and unselfishness in it that you're trying not to cry as you're having your heart ripped from your chest.

I really could go on and on about this one but I don't want to spoil anything for anyone it is that good. This just gets better and better with each book and I don't know how I will survive until the next one. I can not get enough of this series and there is nothing out there like it. I've always liked and enjoyed her other series but I am consumed by this one. There are very few books I can say that about and this is one, if not thee one.
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Rachel Van Dyken is a brilliant mastermind; evil… but brilliant. This isn’t the first time I’ve had this thought, but with Elicit, the fourth book in her Eagle Elite series, this fact is all the more apparent when you stop to think about not only the meticulous planning and calculation that went into the construction of this narrative but also the events leading up to its culmination. The Eagle Elite series has always been firmly entrenched in the established world of the mafia, but Elicit heralds an evolution of this world and its inhabitants, particularly in regards to protagonist, Tex Campisi, who is stepping forward to assume his birthright. Just as she does with its predecessors, Van Dyken begins Elicit by gripping you with a prologue so intense that, by the start of the first chapter, you're already left reeling and wondering how you could possibly survive the rest of the story.

While previous books in the series have centered on the buildup of romantic relationships between members of the Elect and their love interests, Elicit presents the challenge of picking up the pieces of a relationship in tatters. There is a great deal of history between Tex and Mo, and, as a result, their passion and desire for each other is battles with the conflict and turmoil surrounding them. The romantic moments between them may not be plentiful but the depth of their love for each other is such that these moments are both heartbreakingly beautiful and painful at the same time. Their feelings for one another are the one constant in this ever-changing narrative.

In Elicit, there is a lot that happens in a short amount of time, and each new revelation came as a complete and total shock. I don't think I've ever inwardly cursed so much while reading a book.
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Wow, I can't believe the direction this book took, the darkness, the heavy dark clouds that overshadowed all of the families. But Tex and Mo, oh the crap they had to go through and the complete horror and emotional pain they put each other through.

I loved this book at the same time it was scaring me, I had no idea what was going to happen. Who was gonna die? Who was the enemy? I didn't know! I was terrified for about 30-40% of the book.

Rachel, what are you doing to me? With each book I get more addicted to the Chicago mafia families. They get amazing with each story, I can't wait for the next book!
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