The Elder by Celia Aaron
🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Julia!
The Elder is a heart stopping suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat! I couldn’t put this book down, I was glued to my kindle screen trying to figure out who the murderer was. So much suspense and intrigue surrounds this entire story and leaves you breathlessly turning pages. The Elder shows us true suspense with every page, throw in some chemistry between Arabella and Benton and I was hooked.
Benton just found his father murdered, Arabella is the lead detective on the case. Both clash at the start. It’s a race to find a killer as more bodies drop. Benton and Arabella’s chemistry from the start is noticeable. Arabella is an independent, tough as nails detective. Benton is a stuck up, cold lawyer. Both seem to melt in each other’s company. I won’t give much more away about them or the plot, just know you are in for a hell of a ride!
I loved everything about The Elder and didn’t want it to end. I was pulled in from page one and just couldn’t look away. So many secrets to uncover left me feeling like I was watching an old episode of Murder She Wrote. I enjoyed every word. I’m a big fan of romantic suspense and Celia Aaron does them true to the genre. She had me gasping and scratching my head in confusion at the right parts. I’m definitely excited to see if there will be more from this world!
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: February 6, 2018
summer days are the men of the King family. When the patriarch Randall King is
found dead, Detective Arabella Matthews will race the clock to stop the killer
from striking again. Benton, the eldest of the King siblings, has to decide if
he wants to cooperate with the feisty detective or conduct his own
investigation. The more he finds out about his father—and the closer he gets to
Arabella—the more he wants to keep her safe. But the killer has different plans
. . .
Celia Aaron is a recovering attorney who loves romance and erotic fiction. Dark to light, angsty to funny, real to fantasy—if it’s hot and strikes her fancy, she writes it. Thanks for reading.