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Elude is a story of two incredible people who are brought together as individuals suffering alone. It's a story of those two individuals discovering that suffering alone just isn't going to work for them anymore. Andi and Sergio's story had me weeping, laughing, rejoicing and fanning myself (there's some super steamy scenes!!). I loved how Andi's this little Russian spit fire who isn't afraid to put Sergio (or Tex, Phoenix, Chase or Nixon) in his place. She's head strong, a spit fire but at the same time vulnerable. And I think her vulnerability is what I loved the most about Andi. She owns it. She's not ashamed of who she is - whether she's putting a mafia boss on their a$$ (quite literally) or if she's needing the support of Sergio, she's proud of who she is. I love how Sergio is this hot gun-wielding mafia power house who shows this incredible soft side. Sergio, the designer clothes loving, hot as heck car driving, fierce protector, computer hacking genius, has a soft side. And that soft side? Yeah. You can guess who that is.
In Elude we also get to see the power of the friendships of the Elite. They all come together and work together through some pretty crazy and scary stuff. And they do it without question. Without any argument. They do it because they love each other & are family, blood or not. The true love that they all have for each other warmed my heart throughout.
"But we're together. When you have a partner things are less scary because suddenly you aren't facing giants all by yourself."
Elude has all the elements of greatness. I could list them ... but really, wouldn't you just rather read it? Find out for yourself? :) In all seriousness, I can't express enough how much Sergio and Andi's story made me feel. It's beautiful, heart pounding, eye leaking great.
Oh, and I have to leave my review with this:
"It's a two-twirl moment."
I just want to say what an incredible way for everyone to live their lives. Andi showed me that sometimes in life, we just need to twirl. And it's a beautiful thing.
I received an early copy for an honest review.
It requires a special gift to take a character like Sergio, who you’d gladly punch in the face at times, and transform him into something bigger, something pure and beautiful, but Rachel has blown me away with the growth and development of this character. Sergio’s story was like watching a caterpillar become a butterfly, but with a lot more cursing, tons of innuendos, and a ridiculous amount of firearms. He might have just stolen my heart as far as those Eagle Elite men go, and that is truly saying something. Sergio met his perfect match in Andi, a fiery, verbose little pixie that proves to be a serious force of nature. Their stolen moments of bliss wrenched my heart, while their easy banter and argumentative natures made me laugh. They butted heads more than they got along, constantly succeeding in pissing each other off, but it gave them a tangibility and relatability that simply can’t be denied.
As much as I have loved every book in this series, this one in particular spoke to me. Something inside me connected with both Sergio and Andi. Their vulnerabilities and desperate need to feel grabbed at me, until I was completely lost to the emotions of their journey. I sobbed, full on ugly cried more than once during this book. Several times having to stop and take a deep breath because my eyes were too blurred with tears to read. Rachel Van Dyken’s words have a power to them that enchanted me, leaving me feeling raw and somehow altered. There were times when I wanted to hate this book, where I thought once or twice about launching my kindle out the window, but then a simple word or small gesture would remind me how truly beautiful this story is. Rachel Van Dyken has left me with a desperate need for the next book in the series and a deep ache in my chest, where Sergio’s story has permanently taken a piece of me.
This book really makes you think about death. It puts into perspective to love life to the fullest. Don't give up. Always do everything possible to make the best of what you have.
Andi is a fun, take no crap, sarcastic, Russian beauty. She loved life and even though she knew she was dying she didn't let it bring her down. She wanted to make the best of her life.
Sergio is the family ghost that we don't know a lot about. He is a brooding, angry man. He doesn't want anything to do with anyone who might make him feel. He wants to be left alone. But maybe what you want isn't always what you need.
I loved the interaction between Sergio and Andi. The chemistry between them was palpable through the pages. You would think that they would kill each other with all the tension between them at first. Neither wanted to be thrown into their circumstances, but it ended up being what they both needed.
Rachel has done it again. She has delivered another page turner that will leave you NEEDING more now. You won't want to put this book down, but when you get to the end you'll be gutted and wish you hadn't read it so fast.