Books by J.R. Ward

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Lover Mine

You know the oft-repeated sentiment that J.R. Ward’s books are like crack? I may be ready to check into rehab. This one feels overstuffed with multiple storylines, highlights the author’s problems in creating compelling women, and frequently left me with a WTF expression on my face ...

B
Covet

Confession first: I'm not crazy about the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I don't hate it, but I don't love it either. The first fifty pages of Covet seemed to bear out all the reasons I'd checked out of the BDB. The punctuation idiosyncrasies. The super slow setup. The martyred heroine. And the me ...

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Lover Avenged

More than most books, I think, this one isn’t going to change any minds. If you’re expecting to like it, you will. If you’re not, then you probably won’t.  And, yep, to put to rest an issue that’s still out there, this first hardcover in the author’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series d ...

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Lover Enshrined

Wrath, Rhage, Zsadist, Butch, and Vishous – each had his big romance featured in his own book detailing his devotion to his mate. Through it all, readers have come to know and love each of them both separately and as a loyal member of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Now it’s time for Phury’s boo ...

B
Lover Unbound

To begin, if you haven’t read any of J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series and you plan to start, please don’t read any further because this review does contain series spoilers. Still here? Let’s get to the big question: Does J.R. Ward deliver on the Vishous book? From my perspectiv ...

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Lover Revealed

When I pick up a Black Dagger Brotherhood book, I know that within minutes I will be completely immersed in a gripping tale that leaves me not caring a bit if I’m reading about a male-dominated world where tormented vampire warriors have ridiculous names, use extreme slang, and that their leather- ...

C
Lover Eternal

I’ve been on an Urban Fantasy/paranormal kick lately so I was happy to read the new one by Ms. Ward for review. I read her first in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series when it came out, and though it wasn’t a DIK, I did enjoy it enough to be looking forward to the second - in spite of a few quir ...

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Dark Lover

The first time I picked up this book, I put it down after reading the back. It was one more vampire book, one more series, one more niftily-named secret group...and the hero's name was Wrath. The book didn't sound bad, but with other books featuring similar elements gathering dust on my shelf, I did ...