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Exiled (Brides of the Kindred #7)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  1,662 ratings  ·  99 reviews
Lissa is madly in love with Saber and it seems he returns her feelings but she has a problem. She and the man of her dreams both come from the same clan of the Touch Kindred. By the archaic laws of their people, they are too closely related to be bonded. Which means that even though there is no blood tie between them, they are doomed to remain apart.

But their personal dil
Kindle Edition, 325 pages
Published November 20th 2012 by Evangeline Anderson Books
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If this is the last book in the series I'm going to have a childish tantrum. I'll throw myself on the floor crying pathetically, kicking, screaming and shredding a newspaper with my teeth.


Update: It's out and it isn't the last one *happy squeel*. Check out
Untitled to come in 2013 ~ (I'm so happy right now words fail me)
It's difficult for me to review this as fiction because it so closely mirrors my own life: I, too, was once forced to infiltrate a planet of hedonists to seek out a relic that could save my people - forced, that is, with my forbidden love.

Nonetheless, I'll attempt to remain objective.

Exiled keeps the formula Anderson has dutifully stuck to for the previous six books: an unlikely pair destined to be together by the Goddess herself are thrust into a dangerous situation in which they must fuck and


This was the BEST BOOK this author has written in the series, WOW.... I CRIED, LAUGHED, GOT AGNRY, WAS SCARED, COULD SMELL HER DESCRIPT
Dr. Bronwyn Ph.D of Smutology
I don't know why I waited so long. For some reason I really wasn't excited by Lissa and Saber's story but ended up being pleasantly surprised. We got more details on all of our previous characters but I will say the ending with the 'big bad' felt rushed and incomplete.

Still the love scenes were hot, and when we see (view spoiler).
R.E. Butler
Best of the series for me!

When Lissa's character was introduced in the sixth book, I thought - she'll be another weepy, wishy-washy, ball-crushing heroine and I'll hate her and feel sorry for her hero. But oh, how wrong I was! Lissa was a fantastic heroine in spite of incredible odds against her. She could have become another Sophia or Olivia or Elise, pushing away the heroes for ridiculous reasons and then crying about it all the while, but even though Lissa could have been that way, she wasn't
Suzanne the Mighty (Under the Covers Book blog)
4.5 Stars

Lissa, High Priestess of the Goddess and Saber a much feared Touch Kindred warrior have loved each other since they were young, but because of the antiquated laws of their planet they can never touch or be together. However, circumstances out of their control have them working together in Yonnie Six, a barbaric planet where men are bred as nothing more then slaves and to fit in Saber a powerful warrior must submit to the usually shy Lissa. They must play their parts to perfection, the f
Paula Valerio
As all you know, Evangeline is an amazing writter.
She creates worlds with so many detailed descriptions, they feel so real, it´s like your actually their experience it at first hand.
Exiled is the 7th book and this series and loke the others once you start to read it you can´t put it down, this was also one of the must funny books in the series, it was like 3am in the morning and couldn´t stop laughing!!!
The love scenes were so hot and Saber and Lissa are a remarkable addition to this beautiful w
I didn't finish this one. The characters annoyed me too much.

Lissa is a priestess who has to go undercover on a femdom planet. And she's really worried about it because it's completely different from she was raised in. The others tell her that everything will be fine because she researched but she's still very insecure. And she should be because I've never seen a spy that ill prepared before. I don't know what she researched but it wasn't the planet she claimed to be from, she only half research
I am a huge fan for the brides of the Kindred books. I have read all seven and have enjoyed them all. This book has all that you come to expect for the Kindred series: hot sex, endless devotion, and did I mention hot sex. This book took a different detour on the dominance and submission roles described in Lauren and Xairn’s story in book 4. I felt that the author truly explored the contradictory feelings that someone would have when exposed to this type of situation. The story is filled with lo ...more
You're related to everyone in your village, maybe not by blood but you'll never be with someone from the same village as you to do so is just plain discusting. But for Lissa there was never anyone besides Saber, 4 years older than her there was no way to stop from falling in love with the kind hearted man. But loving him was dangerious and wrong and when they were found out she was exiled to become a priestess on another planet.

Saber only ever loved one and when she was forced to leave there was
Beccca May
After just finishing my seventh “Kindred” book in so many days, I can officially declare that my obsession has turned into something else entirely. I just can’t get enough of these characters and the dynamic and captivating story lines that never fail in providing me with hours of thrilling (and highly arousing) entertainment. I keep waiting to become disinterested or be dissatisfied when reading the next installment in the series, but that still has yet to occur. In actuality, I am even more en ...more
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Loony Witch
I am not demanding, or have high expectations when reading these kinds of books, and I have a high tolerance for siliness, nonsense or errors and mistakes an author can imbue a story with...But this book...Some things here made me want to give up on the series [and let me tell you, i've facepalmed a lot while reading the books up until now...specially with the first ones]...I don't think I ever gave one star to a book before, but for this one I couldn't bring myself to give more...But like I sai ...more
Review to come.
33% through the book and I can summarize Lissa this way:

", I...well., huh? I-I don't understand."

Here's the ugly truth:(view spoiler)
It's kind of obvious that I love these books and am always happy to read a new one. I have not been disappointed yet and will be continuing as long as they do! This was another great entry in the Brides of the Kindred series as far as I am concerned. From the first sentence I was ready to sit back and be taken away on my adventure to the stars. The story as always flows perfectly with multiple story lines to keep you aware of what is happening with all your favorites. The language is fun and fli ...more
For some reason I love everything about this series... well I liked this none.... Well written... But the ... Well the whole hump in a man thing... Really is not attractive to me. Don't get me wrong I understood the point of it how its about trust and if you love someone then you can give your whole self... But yeah its a no no for me. Also one other thing that did frustrate me was the heroin... She was honestly so annoying!I hated how innocent she was then out of the blue she is all like, "take ...more
Evangeline Anderson's newest installment (notice, I didn't say last) in her Brides of the Kindred series is already out and just in time for the holidays down time, should you be so fortunate to have it :).

My overall impression: More of the same, with some unexpected elements that pleased me.

Lissa, the new high priestess of First World is the heroine in this one, and Saber, her adoptive-brother and clan mate, is her hero. Both have agreed to go on a dangerous mission to the laughably campy mat
I love this series. Anyone who is considering reading or has started and stopped.... Please continue! Yes, the first couple of books may be a little difficult because of the emphasis on sex and very little on plot, but the plot thickens and the story line gets soooo good! If you need a comparison it develops in the same way that I found Lora Leigh's breed series does. At first it seems like it's all sex, but after a few book the plot really develops into something you can sink your teeth into.

First 75%: best Kindred book ever.
Last 25%: worst Kindred book ever.

I was pretty 'meh' about this series when I first started it because the first couple of books seemed to be the same: annoying heroine, too much repetitive sex/dirty talk and too little plot. I stuck with the series because I do really like the concept and I've had a good few chuckles and daydreams in reference to these books. I was very surprised and happy when, about book 3 or so, the series picked up and got much much better.
Not my favorite of the series. It felt rushed. It certainly had it's moments, but I felt like there was the potential for three different books here, but rather than develop the story and characters, and give them some substance, ... I got the impression that the writer was getting bored of the series and just wanted to finish it up.

I was worried that Lissa would be another delicate flower of a thing who can't stop stammering and shivering. I liked that she had some strength to her at least. But
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I was so excited for this book and I was not disappointed. In this book not only are the characters facing a new unknown threat, but our hero and heroine must do the unthinkable in order to find a way to stop this new evil from destroying them all.
Like most of the Kindred series we got to meet Lissa and a bit of Saber in “Pursued”. Unlike the rest of the series these two actually knew each other since they were children and both of them are Kindred. Seeing how they both in
Edwina " I LoveBooks" "Deb"
"Exiled" is the 7th book in the Brides of the Kindred series. The story picks up where book 6 Pursued left off. Saber Is a Touch Kindred meaning he can get into your mind and Lissa is a High Priestess. They have been sent on a mission to Yonnie Six, to retrieve ancient loss scrolls, that will help the Kindred defeat their Hoard enemies. Yonnie Six is planet ruled by women with men as their slaves.

Evangeline Anderson has a great imagination. She has created an amazing world with such thinks as Th
How do I even start to describe the Kindred series? It scratches both my sci-fi geek side and my red hot female side. It is an addiction that refuses to be ignored and leaves you hungry for more. I personally (and quite wonderfully) stumbled upon this series before book 8 (Shadowed) was released, so I had a wonderful experience of reading all 7 other books in a row, leaving me with no gaps I had to fill for weeks. I read them all back to back, almost non stop with only a few weeks before the new ...more
Lissa is a Priestess and a Touch Kindred. She has a serious thing for her Saber. It is a relationship that can never be. Among their people, they would be considered incestuous. They share no blood ties and were not raised from little kids together so there is not an ick factor. Their love is forbidden and Lissa fights her feelings for Saber daily. Saber is less inclined to let Lissa go. Now is not the time for them to hash out their issues, they have bigger fish to fry. Important historical doc ...more
Stars: 5

Overall: What an unexpected fun and wild adventure! I think that has to be one of my favorite books of the series. I just wish that we got more of Saber and Lissa's story on Yonnie Six. I liked the whole role reversal idea and I really enjoyed the steamy scenes that Saber and Lissa caught themselves in. I really enjoyed the side romance between Draven and L and I really felt that it was a nice way to bring to "unwanted" characters together. I really hope the see some of their adventures
I am a huge fan of the Brides of the Kindred series. Ms. Anderson weaves such an intricate and believable storyline even though it is so fantastical. Each book is a great escape from reality that this mother of 3 desperately needs.

Exiled did not disappoint! The main characters must overcome not just societal taboos and issues, but struggle with overcoming their own internal taboos. Lissa and Saber, who are of the same clan of the Touch Kindred and doomed to never be together because of archaic l
Lissa is a Priestess and a Touch Kindred. She has a serious thing for her Saber. It is a relationship that can never be. Among their people, they would be considered incestuous. They share no blood ties and were not raised from little kids together so there is not an ick factor. Their love is forbidden and Lissa fights her feelings for Saber daily. Saber is less inclined to let Lissa go. Now is not the time for them to hash out their issues, they have bigger fish to fry. Important historical doc ...more
Sheila Grindatti
I must admit that the series story line had/has me continueing to read these despite my complaint about some of the content.... and no I'm not talking about the Dom/Sub attempt.
This author despite the I'd like to smack somebody dialogue and the if you explain/describe this one more time I'm going to scream parts.... I really like the way she braids storylines together to create a whole piece.... It buffers the characters that I'd like to smack or in the book since skip over reading cause DARN I
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Evangeline Anderson is a registered MRI tech who would rather be writing. And yes, she is nerdy enough to have a bumper sticker that says “I’d rather be writing.” Honk if you see her! She is thirty-something and lives in Florida with a husband, a son, and two cats. She had been writing erotic fiction for her own gratification for a number of years before it occurred to her to try and get paid for ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Brides of the Kindred (1 - 10 of 14 books)
  • Claimed (Brides of the Kindred, #1)
  • Hunted (Brides of the Kindred, #2)
  • Sought (Brides of the Kindred, #3)
  • Found (Brides of the Kindred, #4)
  • Revealed (Brides of the Kindred, #5)
  • Pursued (Brides of the Kindred, #6)
  • Shadowed (Brides of the Kindred,  #8)
  • Chained (Brides of the Kindred, #9)
  • Divided (Brides of the Kindred, #10)
  • Devoured (Brides of the Kindred, #11)
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