Black Dagger Brotherhood: Lover Eternal - J R Ward Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451218043 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: J R Ward / Edition: Reissue / Mass Market Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2006-03-01 by Signet Book
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Customer Black Dagger Brotherhood: Lover Eternal - J R Ward Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/09/11, updated on 25/09/11 (Somewhat useful, 11 readings)
The second instalment in JR Wards excellent Black Dagger Brother Hood Books The story of Rhage, aka 'Hollywood' the one with the dragon tattoo. Rhage is straight up catwalk material perfect face, hair, body and sense of humour. A lethal member of the brother hood, thanks to a curse delivered unto him from the Scribe Virgin, a lesson learnt from his mistake of shooting one of her beloved birds not a mistake anyone else will be making anytime soon. However Rhage can contain the beast only by means of keeping its hunger at bay be it fighting or sex until Mary that is. Mary is an ordinary 'girl next door' human woman that volunteers at a help line trying to save ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
In this installment of J R Wards Series the Focus of the Romance is on Rhage (aka Hollywood- cursed with a beast inside that awakens during rageful moments to trash everything around it) and the human Mary who lives with the curse of cancer. This Book introduces alot more characters Bella, a member of the Vampire aristocracy with a fascination for Zsadist (see Lover Awakened), John the young pretransition boy fascinated with Mary who has the mark of a Brother, and Butch the cops continuing fascination for Marissa. J R Ward may be writing individual romances but she sucks you into the whole series and all the characters, Rhage and Marys story is charming, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Lover Eternal is the second book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by award winning author J R Ward. It follows on from Dark Lover, the first book in the series. Lover Eternal was the first book that I read from the series and I didn't actually realise that it was not the start of the series until I came across Dark Lover on my next trip to the library. It shows that unlike the books later on in the series this book can be read as a stand-alone novel. The main characters in the book are Rhage and Mary Luce. A member of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, Rhage is legendary among vampires for his fighting ability and sexual prowess, ... Read the complete review
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