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Enforce

The Eagle Elite Series
Series: Eagle Elite, Book 1.5
Length: 12 hrs and 21 mins
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The newest installment in the Mafia-themed contemporary romance series the Eagle Elite by New York Times best-selling author Rachel Van Dyken.

There are two sides to every story, and theirs isn't pretty, but then again, what's pretty about the Mafia? Trace Rooks, that's what. But she wants only one of them, and he'll kill the other before he lets him have her. The only problem is that they're cousins - and she may just be their long-lost enemy. Whoever said college was hard clearly didn't attend Eagle Elite University.

Welcome to hell, also known as the Mafia, where blood is thicker than life, and to keep yours, you must keep your friends close - and your enemies even closer.

©2016 Rachel Van Dyken (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • michelle kettler
  • 20-10-2016

Great narration

Fantastic continuation of this series . Even though it's Nixons story you really feel the emotions of Chase

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  • Debbie Doo
  • 19-06-2017

Tough

I rarely comment on books but this one was such a difficult listen I felt the need to warn others. I love this author... but this book was tough to finish.👎🏿 I make a commitment to finish every book I start I didn't think I could finish! I did. I'm not sure if the story line is that bad or the monologue of the reader was that awful. Mobsters without action in a college setting? A lot of self doubt in the characters as well as stupidity

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  • RM
  • 27-03-2019

Better than Elite

I honestly liked this book much more than I liked Elite. Enforce runs concurrently to Elite but is from the guys POVs. I’ve read (or listened) through the series multiple times now and except for a single read and a single listen ~ I always skip Elite and start with Enforce.

The first time, you kind of have to have Elite ~ but the writing and draw and connection just isn’t as solid as it is in Enforce. And I HIGHLY recommend the Audiobook as the four narrators elevate the experience even higher.

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  • LilleyLoohLah
  • 30-03-2017

Mafia bosses at their best

Holy moly, the men's POV of Elite. We get Nixon, Chase, Phoenix and Tex's POV, mainly Nixon and Chase though, and it is well worth the wait for me to read book 2, just so I could get into their mindset. Of course it follows the same story, but gives me so much insight into the how's and the why's of the Elite and why they said and did what they did to Tracey. I must say I was not prepared to have my heart broken in two for Nixon, to love Chase and to feel sorry for Phoenix, but I did. I'm still on the fence as to whether I'm team Nixon or team Chase. Fab well written story, I'm hooked.