The Order between Sisters is written by Chelsea M. Brown and is narrated by Eliza, the older sister.
The book is set in a college location and features around the relationship that Eliza has with her sister following behind her like a lost puppy as she is tapped to become a member of a secretive elite society. Eliza feels that her sister getting constant “legacy” status is not fair. Legacy, meaning that as a relative, she is instantly given top consideration for becoming a member of a sorority as well as the secret society.
The book starts out a bit rough with a feeling of Eliza having great disdain and lack of respect for your younger sister, even having a feeling of selfishness for her own space. I felt that the connection between Eliza and her sister was able to be breached much too easily for the disdain originally depicted in the beginning.
The story was a light enjoyable read and was a good new adult college romance. My biggest complain about this book is the setting for the story is done in one manner and there seems to be a gap in flow between the start of the book and the growth that is seen developing with Eliza amidst various relationships that she develops. It would have been interesting to see any of the points of view from the Little Sister Victoria.
Overall I give the book 4/5 stars. Although I feel that there could be some more development and editing conducted in the book, once it really got going, it was a quick and enjoyable read. Chelsea definitely has a gift for storytelling and with a bit more polishing; this could easily develop into a 5 star novel. I look forward to any future novels that she writes. If you are into new adult, fiction, romance, college, secret society, sister relationships, etc., then you should definitely check this book out.
*I received a digital copy of this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review.