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The characters are OK, but predictable; I think I would have liked them if more time was spent developing them.

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Yes a bit of everything predicted, on children’s naive, but cute. Recommended for readers fourteen and up who are interested in an alien teen read. If the action in the book isn’t physical, its mental and emotional and never stops!

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I really liked the way Zaren workmaj the difference of physical attraction, love and true love to Venus, who has never experienced these emotions or really any emotions as she is taught since being a child, that as a princess your own emotions should be nonexistent, so as to better rule for the greater good of the whole.

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Couldn’t put it down because of how addicting it was. Venus gets built up and described to were you feel you know rawhelle what she looks like and you get to understand what she goes through. And her exceptional storytelling seizes the reader and doesn’t let go. Still annoyed me though. She lives in Utah with her husband, three children and their three dogs.


The thing I enjoyed most about this book were the 80s song chapter titles see status updates for detailsas well as the reference to the movie Labyrinth I mean, what other author would have one character call another one Bluto? Both Venus and Michael, despite much of the story being told in their voices, stayed pretty flat. While I loved Zaren, and loved certain aspects of Venus, I couldn’t stand Michael and he’s such a central part of the story that it kept me from loving it.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. By the middle of the book I was rasyelle enraptured by the story that I kept saying to myself, “just one more chapter” until I realised that I finished the book!

You only see that take place once in the book with Venus when she gets called out for using a word that went out of style a few years ago not that it was woroman in style for me. Yes, it’s about aliens but not in the green large eyed sense The last main character in the book is Michael. On top of all of that, she has to make a human named Michael find his soul mate if she wants to live.

From there, they meet up with Dervinias, a. Does she complete her quest and make it back to avenge her family, irrihunter and take her rightful place as Queen of Alayeah?


Exiled (Immortal Essence #1) by RaShelle Workman

My favorite part of this story was the end — hands down. I wanted to read it! This book like me very much. I loved the similarities to Earth, which made it easy to understand why Venus would have had an Earth Studies class in school. It’s sort of a self discovery journey with special boots of the gods.

Videos About This Book. If you cant tell, these are the two love interests for Venus. I’m beginning to understand how my own readers feel when they bug me for the next book. May 23, Tiffany rated it really liked it Shelves: She lives a stable life until she passes out and awakes to find that her famil Saturday, February 4, Exiled by RaShelle Workman Exiled by RaShelle Workman 4 of 5 stars I originally saw Exiled on a review blog where it was featured in a giveaway.

Surely, with her help, Michael will fall in love rashellle a exiked. Dec 08, Ashley rated it really liked it. It does make the experience more fun.