by Jasinda Wilder


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ISBN-13: 9781101986912
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Series: Madame X Series , #3
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 229,364
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and internationally bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. Her bestselling titles include Alpha, Stripped, Wounded, and the #1 Amazon.com and international bestseller Falling into You. You can find her on her farm in northern Michigan with her husband, author Jack Wilder, her six children, and a menagerie of animals.

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Exiled 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow... a must read. Wow
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unpredictable and yet enjoyable, read all three, wont be disappointed
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved and hated this series! It was twisted and dark but the light was Logan. I thoroughly enjoyed the unconventional storyline, the journey of Isabel and the absolute goodness that is Logan. What I hated was that I actually did feel a little bad for Caleb! It was not difficult to figure where the ending was going but it was satisfying none the less.
Alyssa75 More than 1 year ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Exiled by Jasinda Wilder Book Three of the Madame X series Publisher: Berkley Publication Date: August 2, 2016 Rating: 1 star Source: eARC from NetGalley ***Warning: this is an adult book, and for the eyes of mature readers*** Summary (from Goodreads): My name is Madame X. My heart is torn in two. And now I have to choose... Caleb is everything to her: lover, caretaker, the man who gave her life meaning when she had none. But as she seeks the truth about herself and her past, she discovers that unravelling Caleb’s web of lies might very well be impossible. Logan is everything she never knew she wanted: freedom, joy, and a passion she couldn’t anticipate. But is Logan’s love enough to save her from herself, from Caleb, and from the tumultuous truth of her past? Caught between two equally compelling and seductive men, X must make the ultimate choice. But there’s more at stake than just her heart... What I Liked: Nothing. Moving on. What I Did Not Like: SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SO MANY SPOILERS. Seriously, I held nothing back. Honestly I never should have read this series. I knew there was a love triangle before reading Madame X (book one), but I never would have read the series if I had known how bad it was. I have really enjoyed Wilder's books in the past, and I love Berkley's romance novels, so that I thought this series wouldn't be too bad. Books one and two were fine, and I liked them... but I really disliked this book, and I'm half-tempted to change my ratings of books one and two. I liked those two on the foundation of certain expectations for the conclusion novel. The conclusion novel (this book) was terrible for me, so those books don't seem as good anymore. If that makes sense. Spoilers ahead, just so you're aware. Throughout this whole series, X (or Isabel, her real name), has been having sex with both Caleb (the man who rescued her years ago when she was in an accident that left her physically harmed and with no memory) and Logan (the man she meets in Madame X and falls in love with). This bothered me but not too much, because her and Caleb having sex seemed mechanical, detached, like a chore. It didn't seem real for either of them... until this book. Several things here that I'm mad about: 1) that Isabel had sex with Caleb at all IN THIS BOOK. She made a choice, in book two! She chose Logan! But in this book, in the first chapter, she "falls back under Caleb's spell", and they have sex. Wrong. Wrong wrong wrong. Even she knows it's wrong, after the fact. During, she's loving it. What's worse is that that time is different - Caleb just opened up to her about his past... and then they have sex. Uuuuuuugggghhhhh. Seriously, Isabel? What's even MORE worse is how understanding Logan is, when Isabel tells him. He makes excuses for her, and tells her that it's okay and it doesn't matter and it's not her fault. Um, what? She wasn't raped. She didn't say no. She didn't push Caleb away. HOW are you making excuses for her? That leads me to my next problem -- Logan seems way too perfect and understanding. He seems one-dimensional and so, so fake. How are you okay with the woman you love having sex with another man WHILE you're in a relationship with her? Making excuses for her too? Read the rest of my review on my blog, The Eater of Books! - eaterofbooks DOT blogspot DOT com :)
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
4.25 stars-- EXILED is the third and final installment in Jasinda Wilder’s contemporary, adult MADAME X dark, erotic, romance series focusing on Caleb Indigo, Logan Ryder and Isabel De La Vega aka Madame X. EXILED is their continuing story, and should not be read as a stand alone as the events in book three are a culmination of the previous two installments. SOME BACKGROUND: X is a woman who has no memory and no knowledge except for the previous six years, and in this, she relies on billionaire Caleb Indigo-a man whose control over Madame X is virtually master to a slave. Caleb is X's rescuer, her confident, her protector, her master, and the darkness to her light. When Logan Ryder enters her life Madame X discovers the person she knew nothing about- the woman, the young girl she once was and now wants to be. Told from first person perspective (Isabel) and second person points of view, jumping between the past and the present, EXILED focuses on Madame X, now known as Isabel, and her struggle to get on with her life. Finally leaving the confines and imprisonment of Caleb Indigo’s ‘protection’, Isabel begins to forge ahead with her new man, Logan Ryder, in an attempt to recover some of the memories that are slowly beginning to unravel. What ensues are Caleb’s attempts to reveal the truth and convince Isabel that she is the one, Logan’s need to protect Isabel from Caleb and herself, and Isabel’s struggle between the life she knows, and the future she wants. EXILED is a psychological nightmare; a story of betrayal, lies, deceit and secrets, but it is also a story that crosses an imaginary line with respect to the love triangle trope, and one woman who finds herself drawn to two men. Isabel begins to struggle with her identity and her dependence upon a man who controlled her life, while forging ahead with Logan, into a future of which she uncertain and afraid. Caleb’s obsession with Madame X begins to unravel at an exponential rate threatening his sanity, Logan’s life, and Isabel’s tenuous hold on her freedom. A Stockholm Syndrome scenario tugs loosely at the periphery of the story. The world building follows Caleb’s revelations about their past-his earlier years struggling to survive; and Isabel’s life before she became Madame X. The reader is tossed into a nightmare of Caleb’s making; an obsession, a delusion, a preoccupation with a woman he wants more than life itself, and life is something he is willing to sacrifice to give Isabel what she wants. Throughout EXILED there are a few twist and turns that are predictable including a couple revelations that were easily deduced from the start. Some readers will have a difficult time with Isabel’s ‘choices’ and Caleb’s pull over the woman he molded into someone else. Logan’s easy acceptance of certain situations is questionable but his anger and need for retribution is understandable. In the end, Isabel will get her happily ever after but at a cost that may be too high for all involved. EXILED is a story about obsession; about one man’s dark and dangerous past whose need to control all but destroyed the woman with whom he would fall in love. Caleb Indigo is the anti-hero; the barely leashed monster whose power and need outweighed his ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Madame X was a puppet whose life of virtual enslavement was choreographed by a man whose brilliant mind was tainted by his earlier years; Isabel is a woman struggling with her own demons as she runs towards a p
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I brought this book over a month ago and just read and finished it could not put down but I wish it would have had more on cables death the way it was put in was like she was having a flash back to me but overall the book was the ?
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