Elicit by Rachel Van Dyken

Cursed, numb, rejected, scorned, wicked, sinister, dark, twisted…my name is Tex Campisi and this is my legacy. I killed my father in cold blood and lost my soul right along with him. 
I crave war more than peace, and I’m about to take my place in history as the youngest Capo dei Capi in the Cosa Nostra…that is until someone stops me, saves me from myself. 

But the only person able to do that…is my best friends sister, Mo Abandanato, and she just ripped my heart out and asked me to hold it in my hands while she put bullets through it. 

Im cursed so I did it. 
I’m numb so I held it. 
I’m wicked so I liked it.
I used the pain Mo caused as a catalyst to turn into my biggest nightmare–the five families greatest enemy. It’s my turn to take a stand, knowing full well I’m going to lose my mind to the madness that is the American Mafia. I’ve always been told Blood is thicker than life. I wish I would have listened. Because regardless of who you love? You will betray. You will kill.
Blood Always Wins. 
The only way out is death…yours.

Welcome to the Dark Side of the Family

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Sergio was whispering something in her ear as he poured her a cup of coffee. Holy shit, I was going to break his hand.

He snaked his other arm around her and touched her shoulder. Just kidding I was going to break both his hands and stuff them into his mouth.
 
Mo smiled at him.
 
I gripped the table with my left hand, my fingers digging into the wood.
 
“Easy,” Nixon whispered from next to me. “We don’t want to have to buy a new one.”
 
“A new Sergio or a new table?” I said through clenched teeth.
 
“One’s irreplaceable.”
 
“What?” I looked down. “This is an antique?”
 
Nixon smirked. “I mean Sergio, you jackass.”
 
I shrugged and went back to my paper and read, you know if reading meant I stared at the same sentence while trying to eavesdrop on Mo and Sergio’s conversation.
 
“Family dinner.” Chase announced sitting down next to me. I scooted away towards Nixon and crossed my arms.
 
Pissed. I had to look pissed.
 
And ready to kill them.
 
All of them.

Once again Rachel has made us a part of this fascinating world of the Mafia. This book does not disappoint and will leave you on the edge of your seat. You will run the gamete of emotions, with some major surprises for those that are die-hard fans of the series. Each book can be read as a stand alone but I would HIGHLY recommend reading the series in order to get the full effect.

My heart totally ached while reading this book. Mo and Tex, I have loved together since day one. The circumstances surrounding them in this book will make you yell, scream, cry and swoon at any given moment.

The boys of Eagle Elite will always have a place in my heart and I am so happy that the story continues on with at least three more books in the series. 

Rachel Van Dyken is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling author of regency and contemporary romances. When she’s not writing you can find her drinking coffee at Starbucks and plotting her next book while watching The Bachelor.

She keeps her home in Idaho with her Husband and their snoring Boxer, Sir Winston Churchill. She loves to hear from readers! You can follow her writing journey at
www.rachelvandykenauthor.com

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