Elita

Mystic Keepers, Book Seven

Aubrey Ross' latest release, Elita is an enchanting paranormal romance that I found just charming and I believe others will too.

Ms. Ross has written a fabulous story with intelligent, believable characters. The storyline is intriguing, interesting and compelling. She has mixed just the right amount of danger, intrigue and sexuality to hook you from the very first page. The sexual tension between Elita and Tye is so scorching hot that sparks seems to jump right off the page. While I did love this book, it isn't my favorite in this series, there seems to be an imbalance in the plot and characters that make the story a little off for me. I am adding this book to my keeper collection and I hope that others will too. This is a book that I'm happy to recommend to others.


Book Blurb for Elita

Accused of rape and murder, Tye, a wily Zylott spy, knows his life is forfeit. His only hope is Light Keeper Elita, and she is devastated to learn he’s a spy. Much to Tye’s surprise, Elita provides him with an alibi, shredding her reputation in the process. Tye does the honorable thing and offers to marry her, never dreaming she’ll accept.

Elita welcomes Tye into her bed, but her heart is strictly off limits. Sensing the passionate woman locked within her icy reserve, Tye eases past her emotional defenses with tender kisses and teasing caresses. They might be locked in a battle of wills, yet each kiss, each touch, each shattering release brings her closer to surrender.

Publisher’s Note: This title was previously published elsewhere and has been revised for Ellora’s Cave.

Note: While the romance between Tye and Elita is a standalone story, the background story is best enjoyed when the books in this series are read in sequential order.


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 4.25