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The Elite - Kiera Cass Short and Sweet:The Elite is a fast paced worthy sequel to The Selection that I had to read from beginning to end in one day. Although the 'love triangle' left me a little frustrated at times, I am dying to read the untitled 3rd in this series.To Elaborate....The Elite begins where The Selection left off. America Singer is now in the 'Elite,' but continues to feel conflicted over her feelings for both Aspen and Maxon, even as the stakes are constantly being raised. The Rebels are more terrorizing than ever and seem to be searching for something specific. We also get a major peak into this world America lives in and it isn't pretty. The castle is being regularly attacked and a real danger exists in being part of the Selection and ultimately in being Maxon's princess.So, serious talk. This book frustrated me a ton. Not because it was bad, but because every time I thought I knew exactly where it was headed Ms. Cass pulled out another little twist and left me all conflicted and emotional along with America. ;) Plus, I don't know about you guys, but I don't super love Aspen, and I have concerns about what's going to happen to these two when Maxon finds out who Aspen is. Because he's gonna. That being said, I loved this book. 4.5 stars because I think America is smarter than she comes across in this book, but I am hopeful that she is really going to come into herself in the 3rd. I