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  • Recommended! Can't wait for the next installment

    Having read and adored Escaping Exile, I was excited to read this follow-up and second novella in the Escape trilogy. Sara Dobie Bauer has become one of my favorite authors with her readable and literary writing style, and her style is consistent in this book. Exile follows in its predecessor’s footsteps with a healthy dose of eroticism and a compelling central romance and main characters. I simply adore Edmund, and I loved learning more about him. Bauer has expanded the cast and developed characters she hinted at in Exile. Felipe in particular became a favorite. If any side character were to get their own story, Felipe would be a good candidate in my opinion! He is feisty, and his relationship with Edmund brought much humor to the story. I also loved learning more about Andrew’s past and his coven leader, Michelle. I did have a few issues with this story, though. First, for those who are put off by main characters having sex with people who aren’t their partners, you might not want to read this one. I will note that Edmund and Andrew remain romantically monogamous and whenever one of them has sex with someone else, the other is always present. But personally, I was disinterested in these scenes. I read on because I love the characters and wanted to know what happened to them. Plus, these scenes didn’t feel out of character. Second, this story ends on a cliffhanger. The third act was riveting; I read through it in a flash. But the end was abrupt with no resolution to the climax. I really wish it had gone on for just a few hundred more words to wrap things up. I was doubly put off when I read the description for the final novella; it jumps ahead past the missing resolution. I’ll be curious to see how the third book starts and if there is a satisfying summary of what happened. Otherwise, I enjoyed this story. The romance part of it wrapped up well, and I am interested to read the next book and learn about the new character introduced at the end. I’m also excited to read more about Edmund. In Exile, we get glimpses of his murderous side, and the third novella promises to delve much deeper. I think I would read on for this plot thread alone, actually. It’s something I wish I saw more of in M/M romance! Overall, I recommend Escaping Solitude and can’t wait for the next installment in the series.

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