Series: Madame X #2
on March 1, 2016
Genres: Erotica, Suspense
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Everything Madame X has ever known is contained within the four walls of the penthouse owned by her lover, her keeper, the man who controls her every move and dominates her desires. While Caleb owns her body, someone else has touched her soul. X’s awakening at the hands of Logan’s raw, honest masculinity has led her down a new path, one that is as exciting as it is terrifying.
But Caleb’s need to own her completely knows no bounds, and he isn’t about to let her go. Not without a fight that could destroy them all…
The mystery continues! X is at a crossroads, should she continue as she has or follow her new found freedom. Caleb presents a world of half-truths, while Logan tries to give her the world. Two very different men with one common goal… Madame X.
“Love is a painful emotion, I’m realizing. It cracks open the walls around my heart. Demands honesty of me. Courage. Vulnerability. Humility. It is not a light, frilly, easy, storybook thing, where the hero and his lady can ride off into the sunset together. The lady must be a warrior as well, willing to face the darkness with him; she must be brave enough to face the demons and dragons alongside her hero if she wishes to see sunrise, let alone the sunset.”
Book two in the Madame X Series will keep you guessing. Jasinda always presents a well-crafted story with multiple layers. Exposed gives us some answers and creates a whole set of new questions. Who? What? Where? Why? I think I have about three different endings swimming around in my head but sadly I must wait till August. I need Exiled now! X needs her ending! I am pulling for a happy one!
Exposed what just what I expected it to be and more. Madame X left so many unanswered questions, I just about died waiting for Exposed. That ending…WOW! I listened to Exposed on Audible. It was a fantastic listen. Summer Roberts did an amazing job at bringing all of the characters to life. The way she read Madame X was so powerful. Especially in the last chapter. After she spoke the last two reads, I began screaming in my car. “What…What…What?” That was then followed by a few, “Son of a bitch, son of a bitch.” Yes, folks, that is what you get in the ending. It was the most brilliant mind trick of words. Jasinda once again wound me up tight, spun me around and just when I thought she’d release me, she wound me up a little tighter and spun me faster. I cannot wait for the finale to this series. I’m so confused on who to believe and I’m torn on who to love. That shows the brilliance in her story telling abilities. If an author can make me love the bad guy while loathing him, that to me is pure genius. Well played, Jasinda. Well played!