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Exiled: Brides of the Kindred 7

Series: Brides of the Kindred , Book 7.0
By: Evangeline Anderson | Other books by Evangeline Anderson
Published By: Evangeline Anderson Books
Published: Nov 21, 2012
ISBN # 9781301122042
Word Count: 128,000
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Categories: Romance>Fantasy Romance>Erotic Romance


Exiled: Brides of the Kindred 7 (Brides of the Kindred) by Evangeline Anderson - Romance>Fantasy eBook

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 dilemmas will soon be the least of their worries. Sacred scrolls, vital to the defense of the Kindred people, have been stolen and sold to a collector on the barbaric slave planet, Yonnie Six. To retrieve them, Lissa and Saber must go undercover as Mistress and slave on the savage world where domination, submission, and kinky sex are the order of the day. Will the love between them survive this trial by fire? Or will Lissa lose everything and be Exiled from the one person she loves above all others?
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Chapter One

“I can’t wear this! Not out in public where everyone can see me!”
Lissa stared down at herself in horror. The gown her new friend Kat had squeezed her into was the complete opposite of the flowing white priestess robes she was used to wearing. It was a rich royal purple and the material was stiff and binding. But it wasn’t the cut or color of the gown that Lissa objected to—it was the fact that it was completely obscene.

“Lissa—” Kat began in a reasonable tone of voice but Lissa shook her head.

“Just look at me, Kat! I…I’m exposed.” She pointed down to the stiff molded bodice of the gown that cupped her breasts in a tight embrace. The problem was, the gown only cradled the bottoms of them, leaving her nipples bare except for the tiny pieces of pale gold lace that fanned out of the tops of the cups to act as flimsy shields. They covered her—barely—as long as she stood perfectly straight and didn’t shift around too much. But what if I need to move quickly? What if I drop something and need to pick it up? Lissa was sure if that happened, she would fall out of the dress completely, baring herself to anyone watching.

“You’re fine as long as you don’t bend down,” Kat said, obviously having the same thought. “Just stand up straight and don’t wiggle.”

“But…but what about the bottom part?” Lissa motioned to the lower half of the gown. The skin tight bodice hugged her waist and hips, then flowed out behind her in an elaborate, shimmering, crystal encrusted train. It was the place where the bodice split, a few inches below her bellybutton, that worried Lissa. The dress showed her crotch in a most provocative manner.

“I know it’s kind of…revealing,” Kat said, frowning. “But you do have decorative panties to go with it.”

Decorative was a good word to describe them, Lissa thought, because they really weren’t very practical at all. A tiny triangle of gold lace that matched her nipple shields barely covered the small thatch of blonde curls at the apex of her sex. The back of the panties was a string—just one little gold string that ran up the back of her behind. Lissa had never worn undergarments like this before—Kat had called it a “thong”. Lissa called it perverted.

“Please, Kat,” she begged. “I just can’t. It’s not only that I’m ashamed to be seen in public like this. It’s…it’s that Saber will see me too.” She could barely force her kinsman’s name from her dry throat but she made herself do it anyway. He was the real reason she didn’t want to appear in this obscene getup. Lissa was naturally modest and shy but his was the only opinion she really cared about. And if he saw her looking like this…What will he think of me? Lissa asked herself and was too afraid to contemplate the answer.

She and Saber were of the same clan—the Sun Clan of the Touch Kindred—and she had been adopted into his family after her parents had died. There was no blood tie between them but according to the strict laws of her people, the two circumstances made Saber her older brother twice over and, as such, completely off limits.

Despite this taboo, Lissa had allowed an illicit love to grow between them—a love she had subsequently ended. But to her lasting shame, she still had feelings for the tall warrior with the hazel eyes. He had comforted her after the death of her family and defended her from the bullies at the school they both attended as children. He had also saved her life when she was wandering in the desert, dying of dehydration. With so much history between them, how could she not still feel something for him? How could she not care what he thought?
A look of compassion and understanding filled Kat’s blue eyes. “I get it, doll, and I’m really sorry,” she said softly, breaking into Lissa’s ragged thoughts. “But this is how they dress on Yonnie Six. In fact, this is one of the more modest designs—believe me, I searched through all of them. Those Yonnie girls aren’t afraid to show a little skin.”

“A little skin?” Lissa looked down at herself again. “Are you telling me there are worse gowns than this in the cube you packed for me?”

Kat cleared her throat and looked uncomfortable. “Just a few. Mostly the ones for more formal occasions like court balls and banquets. It’s a good thing the Mother Ship has a clothing pattern replicator—I never would have been able to sew them all myself.”

“But I can’t be seen like this,” Lissa protested.

Kat frowned. “You have to be, Lissa. You have to fit in or your mission is going to flop the minute you step foot out of the shuttle. How do you expect to recover the ancient scrolls that tell how to defeat the Hoard if you don’t blend in with the rest of the Yonnites?”


“You look gorgeous,” Kat said firmly. “And don’t just take my word for it.” She turned toward the door, smiling. “Hi Saber. How do you like your new outfit?”

Her heart in her throat, Lissa whirled around before she could stop herself. She found herself face to face with her kinsman.

“Hello, Lissa,” he said quietly.

“Saber. I didn’t know you were here. I…I didn’t want you to see me like this.” She crossed her arms over her nearly bare breasts protectively and took a step back.

“You’re beautiful, as always,” he replied, his deep voice husky with emotion. “But I won’t look if you don’t wish me to.” Resolutely, he kept his changeable hazel eyes, flecked with gold and green, fixed firmly on her face.

“Thank you.” Lissa dropped her own jade green eyes and found that she couldn’t show him the same courtesy he had given her. Though she tried not to look, her gaze wandered up and down the length of his large, muscular body. He was tall—over six foot six as all Kindred were—and his skin was a deep, natural tan. She couldn’t help noticing that his chest was bare, revealing shoulders twice as broad as her own and rippling abdominals. Tight black trousers made of some stiff, shiny material clung to his lean hips and long legs. Lissa tried not to look at the crotch where an impressive bulge pressed hard against the fastening of the skin-tight trousers. Instead, her eyes skipped upward to his throat and her breath caught in her chest.

“Saber,” she whispered, forgetting about her own state of dress—or undress—in her worry. “What…what is that?” Her hand darted up to touch the thick black collar fastened around his corded neck. Dangling from it was a long leather strip with a loop at the end.

“It’s a leash,” Kat said matter-of-factly, stepping forward.

“A leash?” Lissa looked at her, horrified. “But…you can’t expect Saber to wear something like that. He’s not an animal or a pet for the Goddess’s sake!”

“No, he’s lower than that—he’s your body-slave,” Kat said. “And you’d better get used to treating him like one or you’re going to blow your cover before you even get your foot in the door at Yonnie Six.”

Lissa opened her mouth to protest but Saber cut her off.

“She’s right, Lissa,” he said quietly. “Males on Yonnie Six are considered little better than domestic beasts. They exist only to protect and serve their mistresses.”

“And you’re willing for me to treat you like that? Like a slave? Like a pet?” Lissa demanded. Saber was a Kindred warrior—a proud male who was next in line to be the leader of their people. And she…she was just an orphaned girl with no family who had been exiled from her home world for the sin of caring for him. How could he humble himself to act like her slave?

Saber frowned, as though guessing her thoughts. “I’m willing to do whatever it takes to keep you safe,” he rumbled. “If that means wearing these clothes and calling you ‘mistress’, I’ll do it without hesitation.”
Reader Reviews (13)
Submitted By: msladye on Feb 28, 2015
I've become a big fan of this writer. I love the way that she thinks when he comes in the stories. And although they are all little stories I like the twist. The behind the scenes and work that she puts in it
Submitted By: ValMass on Jan 2, 2015
I love every thing I've read of hers!!
Submitted By: barrs1 on Jan 26, 2014
This book is so hot, it will burn you. outcasts have to reach beyond their beliefs to find that love will conquer all. book is part of a series, all characters are very much like family. you learn about new characters in each book, that makes it very hard to wait for the next book in the series. This is one of the best yet.
Submitted By: justcaged on Jan 15, 2014
This series by this author is hot, sexy and even learnt a few new things. I also enjoyed the story line so much it made you want to read the other books.
Submitted By: sbrt1 on Sep 5, 2013
Hot read!!! But Lissa's character I found so irritating that I speed read through the story. I've been follow this series and just had to know how things ended. If there is another in the series I'm not sure I'll continue reading them....maybe?
Submitted By: tara_neale on Jan 20, 2013
These stories just keep getting better and better. Can't wait for the next one. But would have loved more of L and Draven's story if not their own book, they at least deserve a novella.
Submitted By: zurkonok on Jan 16, 2013
The whole series is wonderful, and this is the latest. I like the way it continues to incorporate all characters, even from the first book. It makes you care about them. You can read this alone, but better if you started with the first.
Submitted By: leahquerry on Jan 4, 2013
Absolutely LOVE these books! It looks like she has even set it up for another book! Great pice for a great read!
Submitted By: shyan98 on Jan 2, 2013
great story have read the whole series cant wai till the next
Submitted By: jslindzy on Jan 1, 2013
First and foremost, you are not familiar with this series exiled is not the book to start with. However, if you are familiar with this series Evangeline Anderson exceeded my greatest expectations in this book! How she continues to come up with unique storylines and plot twists is beyond my comprehension. But I am so glad that she always has and continues to do so. She originally stated that this would be her last book in the series, but changed her mind. Yippee!
Submitted By: mommabree on Jan 1, 2013
Loved this series. Couldnt wait for the next.
Submitted By: Ssh! on Jan 1, 2013
I really enjoyed Book 7 in the Series, the story focused more on the two main characters in comparison to some of the others in the series, which for me brought things back on track. At over 300 pages this one kept me engaged throughout. The setting/plot also allowed for some fantastic sex scenes especially if you like a bit of exhibitionism. There was also interesting exploration of D/s with the male in the submissive role, which was refreshing and well handled. Now looking forward to Book 8
Submitted By: rikomota on Nov 30, 2012
Woah ! I finished this in a day because i simply can't put it down. I would say that this is the best book of the kindred series so far. I can't wait for the next book to be out ! Thank you and please keep writing !

Exiled: Brides of the Kindred 7

By: Evangeline Anderson