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ISBN:
1436117380
Author:
Jim Frangione,J.R. Ward
Category:
Vampires
Language:
English
Publisher:
RecordedBooks; Unabridged CD Audiobook edition (2008)
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Series : Black Dagger Brotherhood Published : June 3rd 2008. Fiercely loyal to the Black Dagger Brotherhood, Phury has sacrificed himself for the good of the race, becoming the male responsible for keeping the Brotherhood's bloodlines alive. As Primale of the Chosen, he is obligated to father the sons and daughters who will ensure that the traditions of the race survive, and that there are warriors to fight those who want all vampires extinguished. As his first mate, the Chosen Cormia wants to win not only his body, but his heart for herself.

The Black Dagger Brotherhood is an ongoing series of paranormal romance books by author J. The series focuses on a society (the "Black Dagger Brotherhood") of vampire warriors who live together and defend their race against de-souled humans called lessers. The first book in the series was published in 2005. Ward's Fallen Angels series is set in the same universe, and has some overlap in characters, but little overlap in story lines.

Lover Enshrined Jr Ward Hardcover Black Dagger Brotherhood Romance Book Novel. Lover Enshrined by J R Ward is the story of Phury & Cormia. This is the 6th book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood Series.

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  • Keel
Rhevenge has been a favorite of mine in earlier books. This time, he gets his own story. Loved loved loved it. Elhena's character is very realistic, and the perfect foil in many ways to the series storylines. She's a nurse, a caregiver, and a woman struggling to handle the cards dealt to her with some dignity. She's sensible and strong, but alone. I've known so many women like her. And that's the real appeal of so many characters in this universe. Yes, they're vampires, and yes, most of them are physically jaw-droppingly gorgeous. But they have many of the same problems as the rest of us.

I also thought the tendrils of the next few books were woven in with a skilled hand. Really looking forward to more. Oh yeah, and the sex is terrific.
  • Gir
I am addicted to this series like it's a red smoke blunt. I usually don't read romance novels because I'm stuck up and think they are low brow but I have been fighting insomnia and been stressed out so I needed an escape. Well, 5 books later and I can't break free! I'm putting the series aside for now though because I need to get back to real life and can't keep escaping into Ward's world. The covers are embarrassing and the writing is awesomely cringe worthy at times but it fits the subject matter. Ward is an efficient and stylish writer for her genre. It is at times dated (razr fone!).

A lot of people didn't like this book but I did. I thought going into P's addiction was interesting as well as Ward's vision of the other side. She did the self sabotage, the fake facade and lies very well. I'm worried, however, about the future of the series because a number of new species were introduced and I find it really hard to believe that this evil parallel world is so intense but the humans just don't know about it. Mhis that strong? Also it is annoying that these hunks who've been around for hundreds of years have never found a mate and then they all suddenly do...perhaps you could argue that when the King ascended to leadership, he triggered this resurgence of faith in the species, but that's is my interpretation of why all these warriors are now finding mates in every hallway and hospital.
  • Ustamya
I thought this one was mostly good and hit most of the points I hoped Phury's book would. I'd give it 3.75 out of 5 stars.

The great stuff, and there's plenty of it. Love that this book shows us not only the relationship developing between Phury and Cormia, but also Phury's slow descent into self-destruction, and that we also see the pain simmering just below the surface in the relationship of Zsadist and Phury. What I think the author does SO SO well in this one is really paint each character as so sympathetic. Three books ago I can remember thinking I didn't really care if I ever read Phury's story. By 2/3 of the way through this book, he was my new favorite character (at least this week!) We are taken in a slow circle that is incredibly painful, and the author isn't shy about making the reader linger for a little while in an ugly place... it feels emotionally true... but comes back around to an ending in every scenario that heals the tiny wounds so completely and makes you want to cheer.

My criticism would be that I would have liked more page time between Phury and Cormia. They had a few nice scenes, but definitely not as many as some of the other characters in previous books. And while I don't mind *some* stuff with the lessers and/or John Michael and the other young tween vampires, there was a LOT of them in this book and not nearly enough of Phury and Cormia by comparison. Like I felt a little disappointed at the end because of it, even though I don't completely hate John Michael (I wouldn't mind her killing off the other two, though.) But them taking time away from the primary romance to the point that we only get like 4-5 scenes between the main characters felt cheap to me, I guess, even though the book had a lot of good points overall.
  • Shalizel
I really enjoyed Vishous story. He had a very dark past like others have mentioned there is some disturbing things that he had done however this doesnt make me like him less, in fact it just makes me sympathize more with him. I really like him as a character and i really enjoyed Jane, she is not your typical heroine, she is strong and independent. although the HEA between him and Jane is rather unconventional i really didnt have a problem with it. Sexual tension is HOT and sex scenes were yummy as J.R Ward knows how to write them! definitely recommend
  • Bloodray
Loved the story about V! However, I feel that he is such a complex and complicated character that his hookup with Jane took on an almost desperate feel about it. Even though I'm glad he finally got to have a relationship with someone, I don't feel like Jane is a good fit for a permanent thing. I would love to see him hookup with Butch, his one true love I think, for just one night of wild, uncontrolled passion between the two of them, now that would be hot! I don't think V or even Butch will be at peace till that happens. There is always going to be that tension between them till it does. Maybe then V could find a truer love than Jane and a better one. Besides, V seems to be a male that always does the unpredictable!