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Elite (Privileged) by Carrie Aarons


3 Stars

Eloise Mason has lived a privileged life since her father became the hottest actor in the UK. Deciding for a change of pace from culinary school in Paris, she embarks on a semester in a  sommelier program in the United States.

Colton Reiter is on his way to achieving his dream of playing in the NBA. While he is a superstar player in college, and is at the top of the world, he is also hiding a secret that could ruin everything.

When Colton meets Eloise she interests him like no woman has in a long time. Eloise isn’t going to give Colton an easy chance… she is in the US for something different, and she has met way too many men like Colton to think he’s any thing new…


Eloise has gotten a little lost in her mission to become a chef and compete with the high intensity program at the Sorbonne. Spending a semester in the US is something she goes into ready to fully immerse and soak up the experience. She is approached by a society to pledge for and she meets Colton, and her experiences keep getting more and more involved.

Colton has a secret that he has been shouldering alone. When he meets Eloise he thinks she is someone he can have some fun with and he likes how different she is from all of the other girls at school.

Will their relationship ever have a chance of being more, or will the time run out for them and all their dreams come crashing down…

This was a good read, with a lot of conflicts that keep you reeled in to see what is going to happen next.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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