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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Review : Madame X - Jasinda Wilder


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Madame X (Madame X, #1)

Review: Madame X - Book #1 Madame X - October 2015

You know how as a reader, there are so many awesome books being released every single day and you purchase them, and they end up going to the bottom of your pile and sometimes forgotten about until something sparks up again and makes you think of that particular book. For me that was Jasinda Wilder's Madame X as I had brought it as it sounded amazing but as time went by and I went off a lot of erotica romance. I had a feeling it was going to be a bit like Sylvia Day or Maya Banks books, and I was in two minds about reading it. However, I was in for a shock as I picked it up and started reading it and within the first couple of pages, I was hooked. Madame X by Jasinda Wilder is one of those few books that exceeded my expectations. There was just something different about it; that kept the reader entertained. Madame X, we are under the impression she is an escort of sorts but turns out she is in fact almost like a life-coach where she teaches the rich boys to behave like a gentleman. She has no recollection of her past except for a few nightmares, and since she cannot remember her real name, she only goes by Madame X. The only guy and person she can count on are Caleb- the one who saved her but this is all about to change when Logan comes on the scene, and suddenly Madame X starts questioning her current situation. What will happen though when she discovers that Caleb isn't necessarily who he seems and that while she has been living in isolation of the 13th floor, he has a business filled with several women wanting to be escorts, companions, and brides? When Madame X gets a chance for freedom will she take it or will she find herself being pulled back into the world of Caleb? What will happen when Logan gives her a clue to her past, will it question her feelings towards Caleb especially when he could have done the same? Is Caleb protecting Madame X for her own good or is he playing a sick twisted game of master/slave? Find out in this amazing read by Jasinda Wilder, a book that has got me hooked and wanting to read more by this author.







1 comment:

  1. This is a fabulous beginning of a wounded and broken woman's slow rebirth into the land of the living. The transformation and changes that unfold are told with perfect precision. This young woman called Madame X...who is without name and has no identity, begins to question......everything. And in doing so, she gains power and begins to come alive. Brilliantly told by a brilliant author.

    Penelope
    RentKids

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