Lover Revealed (Black Dagger Brotherhood Series #4)
The Barnes & Noble ReviewReady for your next J. R. Ward adrenaline rush? We're back in Caldwell, New York, home of the Dark Brotherhood, but this time the focus is not on one of J. R. Ward's irresistible big bad vampires but on Butch, the only human allowed in the inner circle. An ex-homicide cop... show more
The Barnes & Noble ReviewReady for your next J. R. Ward adrenaline rush? We're back in Caldwell, New York, home of the Dark Brotherhood, but this time the focus is not on one of J. R. Ward's irresistible big bad vampires but on Butch, the only human allowed in the inner circle. An ex-homicide cop with a number of issues, Butch fell in with the Brotherhood through a bizarre series of events. He has what seems to be a hopeless love for the elegant, aristocratic Marissa, the only unmated female in the glymera, or vampire aristocracy. When Butch goes down in a fight, the lessers try to use him as their own Trojan horse, implanting a piece of evil in his belly, but he is saved by Marissa. The heart of the book is the love story between Marissa and Butch, and the transformation each undergoes, but Ward also offers other characters to follow -- in particular, the ongoing secondary story of the adolescent John. Ginger Curwen
Publish date: October 19th 2009
Publisher: Recorded Books
Edition language: English
Series: Black Dagger Brotherhood (#4)
In this installment the warrior and his “love” are just irritating. I finished only because I am doing this whole series and still have 9 or 10 rows to the finish of my project. The main story regarding the conflict with the really bad guys is the only saving grace with this story. I was at the poin...
I found this listen tedious and eye rolling. In this story, we have a warrior and his chick who act like love struck teens. The ridiculous on and off again romance, while the two misunderstand each other and of course never actually talk to each other. If not for the other story line running in conj...
reading this was a bit of a chore. At times, I did get sucked into the storyline, but by and large the book felt long and tedious. I didn't care about the couple in this book at all.The dialogue and language use is wearing me thin...I will still probably keep going. These books often help snap me ou...
I wasn't a fan of this one. There were just so many things that didn't quite add up to me and it still bothers me. Butch seems to have been given part of the Omega - but the Omega can't find him? Thinks he's dead? Doesn't add up - especially as we find out more about how souls return and Lessers are...
Link to full review below! Another solid book in the series. While I didn't love it as much as the previous 3, it was good! See full review on The Book Disciple