Micah Dixon wants it all. Above all he wants to know what happened to his best friend, Mason and his sister, Evelyn. Two years ago, Micah asked his father with help protecting them, but it was all lies. With membership to New Orleans secret society, The Elite, Micah will be able to figure out a way to make up for it all. The Elite have control of both Mason and Evelyn, and together they are going to find a way to bring it all down. First, Micah has to take care of his task. Then there is Sabella, the twin sister of Wrath and the girl that everyone believes that Envy has killed.
Greed is the last book in The Elite Seven Series and needs to be read last. Micah's story brings together the suspense that has been building within the past six books. The brothers are finally ready to take The Elite into their own hands by taking out the old order. For this book, the story switches between Micah and Sabella's point of view. The women's characters have been just as influential in the story as much as the men's. Sabella regains her self confidence and builds her strength with Micah and becomes just as much a part of the group. I'm glad that their romance was slower and took the time Sabella needed to find confidence again without losing any of the steamy scenes. The ending is exciting, violent and accomplishes what it needs. I do wish there was a continuation of what this set of brothers achieve afterward.