Exile's Longing [NOOK Book]

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Bianca Bryant is back in Louisiana, needing help to destroy the Beast hunting her, but it's the last place she wants to be. Immediate attraction bursts into flame the moment she meets the gorgeous twin alphas, Matt and Max, but discovering they're her mates horrifies her. Thinking about hot sex with them is one thing. A future is another. She's not sure she can trust men in ...
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Overview

Bianca Bryant is back in Louisiana, needing help to destroy the Beast hunting her, but it's the last place she wants to be. Immediate attraction bursts into flame the moment she meets the gorgeous twin alphas, Matt and Max, but discovering they're her mates horrifies her. Thinking about hot sex with them is one thing. A future is another. She's not sure she can trust men in power, much less the sons of the men who sent her into exile.



Matt and Max Vargus are thrilled to find their mate, but the wariness in her eyes confuses them. Resisting the fierce urge to claim her immediately, they seduce her slowly, showing her that she's found a home, family and men to stand by her side. But danger still stalks Bianca and they'll have to fight to protect her.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419934698
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 7/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 261,552
  • File size: 838 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2014

    Long but UUGGHH!

    This should really be a good book but it drags. I have read it for period, put it down, tried to pick it up a few pages, put it down, etc. I have read 5 books and have yet to finish this.

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  • Posted February 16, 2014

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    Reviewed by Crystal Book provided by the publisher for review Re

    Reviewed by Crystal
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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    Exile’s Longing is a wonderful hot story.

    Bianca has been without family since she was thirteen years old. Since she couldn’t shape-shift like everyone in the clan could, her father and other men in the clan came up with a plan to trade Bianca for the alpha’s sons. She was mistreated for three years and ran away when she was seventeen.

    Max and Matt are tiger shape-shifters. They are the alpha’s of Bianca’s clan now since their father’s are dead. They come along with one of Bianca’s brothers to help her with the Beast that is after her.

    When the three meet guess what happens? Yep they are mates. Now honestly I couldn’t imagine myself in Bianca’s shoes. Having to come back to the clan that turned her out and never wanted her to return. I understand how hard it would be for her to trust after going through that.

    The author did a wonderful job showing all the feelings that Bianca is going through. Having to meet her brother before she’s ready, finding her mate and worst of all it’s two mates instead of one.

    Even with all this going on she also has some men after her that wants to use her powers to form their own clan. What’s a woman to do? Me I would be running away screaming and going somewhere that no one would ever find me.

    There is only one menage scene in Exile’s Longing. There are scenes with one on one. The passion that is between the three of them is so hot. I enjoyed watching Matt and Max take things slow so that Bianca could get used to everything.

    I would recommend this hot read to anyone who loves to read about two brothers helping a woman come to grips with being their mate. Explosive sex scenes and having the suspense of getting rid of a Beast.

    I was left hoping that I get to find out how Bianca does meeting her siblings. Maybe there will be another book.

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  • Posted September 7, 2011

    Hot Read

    Life couldn't get much more complicated than the day Bianca came face-to-face with the sons of the former Alphas from her former clan. Having to stand there and possibly go through major rejection again in her life was not high on her priority list. Not with such contenders like an evil Beast coming after her or a couple of psychos looking to score off her freakish abilities. Besides the day she was turned out of the clan was the day she wouldn't look back if only curiosity of the family that was left behind hadn't gotten to her.

    Now being faced with the new Alphas and possible legacy and belief keepers of their fathers' work, Bianca's guard is raised so high she didn't see what Matt and Max actually were to her. If Matt and Max have anything to say about it though, they'll make sure she's fully aware of who they are and what they can provide. a clan, protection, family, and most importantly mates. Old fears are hard to get rid of when there's so much at stake and trust is not easily earned, but as the three begin working on those concerns, they will first have to do battle against foe and instinct.

    This is my first story by Ms. Airies and I thought it was enjoyable. Bianca's back-story is horrific and I appreciated how Ms. Airies highlights her character's strength with how Bianca overcame even while she still has hard-earned insecurities. Although Bianca understands the fact that Matt and Max are her "biological mates", she doesn't automatically give in to the desire to sleep with them. Instead, she wants to get to know them, the clan, and the remaining members of her family. Dominant alphas Matt and Max take on a more patient approach throughout the story to claiming her as well.

    Unfortunately, I struggled through the long expanse of pages without much dialogue and repetitious explanation of the Beast and psychos who are after Bianca. There was also a bit of an imbalance in relation to the story and relationship development. By the end of the story, I didn't feel as far along with this clan of shifters as I would have expected nor did I feel that Ms. Airies took full advantage of the depth that could have been derived from the plot and world that was created.

    However, the chemistry between Bianca, Matt, and Max was most definitely there and Ms. Airies took a slightly different approach to this ménage relationship. As mentioned in the 'reader advisory' portion of the synopsis, Ms. Airies allows the reader to engage through Bianca with Matt and Max separately as well as voyeuristically and once all together. Other than appearance, the differences between the twins are not major, so it helps make the picture clearer to have approached them separately throughout the story. I am also very intrigued by the secondary character of Alana and the predicament she's in with a couple of wizards. If there were to be a follow-up to this story, I wouldn't mind reading more about her as well.

    Readers who are hot paranormal romance fans should absolutely read this story for the chance to read more about tiger shifters as well as for the erotic content.
    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2011

    Just Okay...

    Unlike most of her other books this one didn't do much for me. I kept putting the novel down. I was unable to get into the characters dynamics and got bored with the plot line. I couldn't feel the love between the three beyond the 'mate bond'. There were no emotional connections between the characters and the sex was beyond bland. Considering that it was a ménage based relationship I was expecting a little more creativity. However, the novel was long 600+ pages so if you need time to kill.

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