The legacy of the Black Dagger Brotherhood continues in a spin-off series from the #1 New York Times bestselling author…Paradise, blooded daughter of the king’s First Advisor, is ready to break free from the restrictive life of an aristocratic female. Her strategy? Join the Black Dagger... show more
The legacy of the Black Dagger Brotherhood continues in a spin-off series from the #1 New York Times bestselling author…Paradise, blooded daughter of the king’s First Advisor, is ready to break free from the restrictive life of an aristocratic female. Her strategy? Join the Black Dagger Brotherhood’s training center program and learn to fight for herself, think for herself
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
Series: Black Dagger Legacy (#1)
I'm not sure what I expected from book one of the spin-off series, but this one just left me bored. Paradise and Craeg fell kind of flat for me. Their relationship wasn't as passionate as it could have been with how a BDB book typically goes, passion-wise. I wanted more. The strongest part was watch...
I really liked this book, but it could have been better. For starters I felt like I was reading two books at the same time because there were two major plots: a) Paradise & Craeg; b) Butch & Marissa. Had I known that the former wouldn't effect the story for me in the long term I would have skipped ...
This review is for the whole series of books 1 through 13. I had read some of these in paperback when they first came out, but now I've read the whole series in ebook in order. It makes for a great story. The stories of each of the Brothers of the Black Daggers Brotherhood builds the storyline a bit...
Marissa and Butch are back and still in love. They just have a couple of areas to iron out. It was nice finally seeing Marissa as a woman with dimension. She's honest, demanding, and loving. What was once a boring couple (to me) became a very interesting, especially the use of Butch's police backgro...
The Warden has done it again... finally. I admit to liking The Shadows, alot, but admit that it wasn't like the series I had grown to love. A matter of fact, the most recent couple of books were good, just not what I wanted. This one, on the other hand is great, and reminiscent of the books I loved...
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