The Test (The 4 Horsemen #2) by Elena Monroe
Publication Date: November 3rd 2020
He was the Golden Boy until she tarnished him…
I woke up to my roommate and best friend missing. In her place was a note on my bedside table that read: You can only find me with your eyes closed.
No one thinks a note like that is meant for them.
I knew it was meant for me, a clue, a way to seek Justice.
Whoever left me that note was hoping I didn’t let my parent’s legacy die when they did. They wanted to see what kind of warfare I was capable of.
Justice before starting a war with the man who wrote the rule book…
I woke up every day to the same nonsensical bullshit that was my life.
They say only bad things only happen after dark but I was the exception to every rule. I was bad and I happened whenever I wanted.
I wanted someone to challenge me, put me in my place, force me to be better than war strategies and hold the audacity to traipse across enemy lines.
A pink haired receptionist wasn’t my first choice for shaking my resolve.
I can still smell her but I wanted to know if she’d taste like Victory.
Death before dishonor meant not losing to her…
I am going to make this review short and sweet because I really don’t want to give anything away. I am so glad that book two was about Vic and Justice. If it wasn’t, I don’t know what I would have done. I knew from the first time that these two were introduced in book one that they were getting their own book no doubt about it. They have such great chemistry and no matter how hard they tried to deny the attraction, they inevitably failed. They had a great story, a heartbreaking path to take, where some tears were shed but they are such a great team with a great relationship. I’m really excited to read more and see who’s next!
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review.
About the Author:
Elena Monroe grew up in Florida scribbling down stories from a very young age. These stories were really just wavy lines filling the paper, but she knew each word, each emotion, each character’s name, and there was no tricking her into forgetting what each line signified. Just like her unconventional way of writing as a toddler Elena is setting her own rules and just telling stories.
Much like her debut novel, The Best Years, life certainly imitated art. Transplanting from the South to the East Coast, Elena currently lives in Connecticut with her husband, reformed bad boy.