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review 2018-05-02 03:15
Dearest Ivie by J.R. Ward
Dearest Ivie: A Novella Set in the Black Dagger World (Black Dagger Brotherhood) - J.R. Ward

This was so sweet. I am so impressed that being novella length it was able tell a complete and satisfying story. So emotional. Great addition to series. 

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text 2018-04-30 01:00
Reading progress update: I've read 20%.
Dearest Ivie: A Novella Set in the Black Dagger World (Black Dagger Brotherhood) - J.R. Ward

Warden!! If this is even a Selena, my heart will turn to stone. Please, no broken hearted ending.

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review 2018-02-03 02:33
Better than its predecessor
Lover Unbound - J.R. Ward

this was darker than the previous book, but better. I enjoyed the interaction between the power and her son. The son had a really abusive upbringing. Didn’t get the love interest being a ghost. Odd story.  On to the next. 

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text 2018-01-09 15:01
Released today!
Blood Fury - J.R. Ward

 

So excited! Warden, you better not let me down. I seriously thought about not continuing with the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, then the Warden released this spin-off series, it is all I like about the earlier BDB books, just new charactwrs added to the mix, and we do get frequent visits from the original bros. Hopefully this is just as good as the previous two books. For those who gave up on the original series, but miss the world these are in, give this spin-off series a shot.

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review 2017-05-30 16:08
The Chosen
The Chosen: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood - J.R. Ward,Jim Frangione,Random House Audio
Black Dagger Brotherhood, Book 15

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continuation of an awesome series


The Characters:

Layla: Former Chosen, new Mahaman
Xcor: Reformed Bastard
Qhuinn: Brother, Protector, Asshole first class.
Blay: A good male trying to make sense of a very complicated family

This book also focuses on V, Trez and Terese

The Story:

I have to start with throughout 92% of this book I wanted to punch Qhuinn right in his nose. He’s never been the easiest male but the way he treated not only Layla but baby Lyric was inexcusable. With that being said, so freaking much went on with this book. (view spoiler) I just can’t with making a summary that makes any sense or does the book any bit of justice. I can’t wait for the next book.

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The Score Card:

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4.5 Stars
 
 
 
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