I now going to review The Elite, which is the second book in The Selection series by Kiera Cass.
Here's a short summary. America is confused about her feelings for Maxon and Aspen. Told you it was short.
I'm the kind of person who watches reviews on YouTube so I kind of knew a little about what happened in this book, but I didn't know exactly what I was getting myself into until I read. I love this book but I agree with CassJayTuck when I say that this book was frustrating in good way.
Most of the book America being with Maxon one minute and then Aspen the next. I mentioned in my review for The Selection that I don't like Aspen and America as a couple. At all. And by the time I read this book I was at the point where I wanted Aspen to leave because he was annoying me. And there were parts when Maxon kind of got on my nerves, like seeing him make out with Celeste. As for America, I actually kind of like her. Some people who read the books really don't seem to like that much, but I do. Yeah, she's not my favorite heroin in all of book history, but she's okay.
The parts I did like has to be the cute Maxerica parts. I ship them so much!
There were also scenes that made my jaw drop to the floor, and one of the was the whole thing with Marlee. That scene was so sad but it was sweet that Carter was trying to reassure her that everything will be okay, and then they got married which I thought was sweet.
I don't like the king at all. He's such a horrible person! And the part where Maxon and America are in the room together and he shows her his back that whole scene just made my sad and he said that he should have proposed that night in her room, and she said that she should have let him, and by that point I was crying.
Another part that made my jaw drop was America attacking Celeste. I was expecting her to punch Celeste, but then that happened. Celeste did deserve it, but I don't really now how I feel about that scene.
I really do like this book, but, honestly, it's not my favorite of the series.