Black Dagger Brotherhood: Lover Mine - J.R. Ward Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749941782 / Genre: Fiction / Author: J.R. Ward / Paperback / 672 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-06 by Piatkus Books
Newest Review: ... two books now with some intimate moments in the previous book. Despite Xhex's callous treatment of him John still searches ... more
Customer Black Dagger Brotherhood: Lover Mine - J.R. Ward Reviews (2)
by - written on 20/09/10 (Useful, 22 readings)
The culmination of the story of John Matthews, introduced in book two 'Lover Eternal'. We follow his quest for the missing Xhex bouncer to Rehvenge's old club ZeroSum. The relationship between the two of them has been developing for two books now with some intimate moments in the previous book. Despite Xhex's callous treatment of him John still searches for her. There's also some development of Qhuinn and Blays interesting will they wont they; although it's all fairly awkward and kinda sad for the characters. this is again one of the authors longest books. I feel she's gona back a pace by the occurances of Lash's request to the Omega to turn Xhex to a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
It was with great pleasure that I opened my latest delivery from Amazon because it included Lover Mine, the latest episode in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, a book I've really been looking forward to reading. Truth to tell, until the previous book, I was becoming a little weary of this series, mainly because the heroes, members of the Brotherhood, all seemed to be cut from the same cardboard cloth. However, during the last book, Lover Avenged, the storyline became much more urban fantasy than paranormal romance, and it reawakened my interest. Also, as this book features John Matthew, whose character has been developing throughout the series ... Read the complete review
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