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The story goes on with Micheal being abused as a child and that being the reason why his heart is so closed off. But, she has her trusty Formytian basically a guardian or body guard who is completely loyal to her helping her along the way. Dec 27, Herman Fassett rated it it was ok Shelves: But his personality is magnetic and just loved him. I look forward to bj out what happens with Michael’s destiny and what Venus and Zaren are up to next.
Exxiled had me from page one curious about the world Venus lived in, and on the last page left me dying wondering what would happen next. Michael is confused about love and so is Venus.
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wormkan Under this name she writes reimagined fairy tales, science fiction, and urban fantasy. During which time, Venus struggle with finding a way to help Michael find true love.
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RaShelle didn’t waste time in getting the plot moving, meaning I had no problem turning the electronic pages on my Kindle. Even when Venus set him free and told him to return home he stayed to help her.
Aug 10, shaylee rated it really liked it. Now, with a name like that, I expected the story to be mythological in nature, and thus was confused b The very first thing I have to say about this book is how much I absolutely adore the cover! This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Fast forward and Venus and Zaren stay with an alien they sort of know of, Dervinius, who is attending the local high school and goes by Vinny.
We start off with Venus and her 16th birthday, where in Kelari you receive a task which you must complete to become immortal. Unfortunately, my enjoyment of these things far overshadowed my enjoyment of the story itself. For this crime she is banished to planet Earth and given a task, her task, for whatever reason is to make human boy Michael find true love.
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Does Exiled sound like kind of story you’d like to read? But she was not on Kelari long enough for me to really get a sense of her personality then. I may be exaggerating that but I felt like she felt that I didn’t like her character that much, and Michael’s felt With a cover like that, how could it not be good? You will love it. I found myself mentally enveloped in Venus’s world, thinking about it whenever I couldn’t be reading.
Exiled is the tale of a Kelarian Princess named Venus. There was a point where the book should have ended and then it just continued on for another two chapters, which was really pointless.
I picked up a E-copy of Exiled a while back for free, and when I heard about the tour for the next chapter I had to sign up. I also loved that each chapter title was an 80s love song! On her planet she’s next in line to rule, but there are those who will go to great lengths to make sure that doesn’t happen.
I think that if the characters had been fleshed out more, more detail added about them, and better backstories and A little childishly written at times, I wish the main character had been a bit more mature, being 16 and all Kindle EditionFirst Editionpages. I was a tad confused sometimes, getting lost during some of the dialogue, but I stuck it out and was super glad I did.
That wad the only area where I was lost. Zaren is the character I liked most. I’m beginning to understand how my own readers feel when they bug me for the next book. So, I kept that in mind wirkman I read. Set up a giveaway.
Does true love always last? There were a few scenes that made it clear where things were headed, but it took way longer than I would have liked for them to get there, and they weren’t entirely there yet when the book ended. Up front I must admit that I approached this book with hesitancy.