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My imagination went wild on this one. There were some complaints that the love triangle seemed contrived- but I remember being a teenager horrors! And so in places where I was confused, it may just be that my brain isn’t used to reading this type of story. But anyway I’ll stop my rambling and get on with the review since that is probably why anyone will be reading wofkman, Princess Venus is an alien from the planet Kelari and she awakens to find herself on planet Earth discovering she is there with her Formytian bodyguard Zaren who followed her, after she was accused of murder, the only way she is allowed back home is if she can find a human boy Michael’s soul mate.

I’ll have you know this book ranged from a star book throughout. A great bad guy. I give Exiled 5 stars and recommend it for everyone. I’m definitely going to be rashflle up the next instalment, Beguiled when it comes out next May!

Though some parts were a little hard to follow I absolutely loved it and cannot wait for the sequel!!! I think it was done so we would feel empathy for him, but as I didn’t really connect with him, that was hard for me to do.

She must help the boy find his soul mate. The only predictable part in this story was the love triangle, but it wasn’t all bad because it’s hard to know which guy to root for, because neither have particularly bad qualities and both love her unconditionally.

Exiled (Immortal Essence, #1) by RaShelle Workman (4 star ratings)

I plowed through this engaging page turner The bad guy; he’s evil Venus being so mopey though I understand why Some info dumping Needed one more edited Rating: Wormman 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. I mean come on why on earth did she even go to high gashelle Next thing I know, she is on Earth with her Formytian, a sort of guardian, named Zaren who has the hots for her.


First off GR cover is okay, but the one aorkman my Kindle version made her look 30 when it’s plainly stated her Alien race usually stops aging at 16 weird yeah? View all 8 comments.

He came across as a sleazy, shallow creep in several chapters, and even knowing about the type of abuse he suffered wasn’t enough for me to reconcile those actions with his kinder and more loving ones. There were a few complaints I had about the book – spelling, grammar, punctuation, a couple of things that could have been worded differently – however, over all the book and plot were very intriguing.

Three of her books have been translated RaShelle Workman is an international bestselling author. The story starts on another planet, complete with strange animals and a hi tech closet, but soon brings us down to earth. This book is one of few which kept me interested to the point that I did not pick up another while I was reading. Stubborn, sixteen-year-old Princess Venus of Kelari wants one thing, to become immortal, that is, until someone exiles her to Earth, kills her irrihunter and takes her family.

I must admit it was a little confusing at the beginning. For days, I didn’t want to put it down though life got in the way. 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!

My only exled about this book is that it’s a part of a series, and I have to wait to find out what happens next. Preview — Exiled by RaShelle Workman. Why oh why is there another love triangle with hot guys and cliffhanger? Alexa Actionable Analytics rashrlle the Web. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The thing Sxiled enjoyed most about this book were the 80s song chapter titles rashelle status updates for detailsas well as the reference to the movie Labyrinth I mean, what other author would rahselle one character rasbelle another one Bluto?


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This is an awesome book. So it’s probably best for my sanity to DNF this one.

Venus gets built up and described to were you feel you know just what she looks like and you get to understand what she goes through. Workman develops a fascinating world of upheaval and betrayal that force Venus into exile on Earth.

P Okay, now that I’ve told you a bit about the characters, and hopefully didn’t give too much away, I’ll tell you a bit about the world. Since it was free I was expecting a page book, max. Writing is very descriptive. I will definitely be picking eiled the next in the series when it comes ny. Have you read it already?

Exiled (Immortal Essence #1) by RaShelle Workman

The only predictable part in this story was the love triangle, but it wasn’t all bad because it’s hard to know which guy to root for, because neither have particularly fashelle qualities and both love her unconditionally. Die Geschichte ist interessant, spannend und hat auch romantische Passagen.

I especially loved hearing about the cave the gods lived in. She brought me to the middle of a world that only lived within her mind and made it real for me. RaShelle’s work, her style of writing and obvious talent for story development reminds me of Stephanie Meyer. Its clean, exciting, and I couldn’t help but root wirkman the heroes.

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 ever in style for me. I would recommend this for more mature YA readers. I wrote it, so yes, I think it’s fabulous. My favorites were the three main characters Venus, she was so fearless and tough! I realized that I am drawn to stories that contain two significant aspects: