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Lover Unveiled (The Black Dagger Brotherhood series Book 19) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08CHPN8DX
- Publisher : Gallery Books (April 20, 2021)
- Publication date : April 20, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3007 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 509 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #7,820 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Update : Took a while to fully understand that that I have to say goodbye to this series. This is heartbreaking for me, I spend years reading, re-reading living with my BDB family . This book was not about the BDB this book is a fallen Angel book with the brothers as cameos This book is a Devina book if you don't know who she is then you are tough out of luck . All the humor and funny lines in book were given to her.
I don't know when Mrs Ward lost the plot. She could have end the series after after the death of the Omega and lessening society.. She have so many spin off series set in the Brotherhood ,this book belongs in one of them .. I am lost for word that she thought, this poorly written book with every chapter is the point of view of people that are not the main characters of this book can be sold for nearly $16.00. My advice if and that's a big if you want to put yourself through the pain of reading this book, get it from your local library..
Lassiter's becoming more interesting. There are seeds of future stories. Somehow, while the main characters were on the stage often something is missing. The gap between them seems insurmountable. She sounds too young and he, too old. Even romantic scenes lack pizzaz. It was..yeah, that happened, then this happened, the end.
(Update) I finished reading this book and am pleased to say it is as good as the first 20% was. The story of Mae and Sahvage was the anchor for a whole new subseries within the Brotherhood world. There will be demons, witches, warlocks, etc. Lassiter may get a love interest he didn't expect, the Thief will also get a lover and the Demon will lick her wounds and come back for more mayhem. I am anxiously awaiting what the next book in the series will bring as Ms Ward has given us a glimpse of a whole new universe of stories within the Brotherhood world.
At the start, I was sure this would be another barn-burner but about half-way through, the disappointment started to creep in and it stayed until the end. Sahvage is an interesting addition with a back story that is different than any of the others. Paired with Rehv and Lassiter, this had the potential to really create some interesting arcs. The female he is paired with, though, is a dead bore. Talk about a whiny, tiresome mess! I was rooting for Devina to bust her up so we could be spared her drivel.
I think JR hasn't yet figured out where she's going with the new demon villain. One of the reasons the past books were so good was the tight, focused fight against the Omega and the Lessening Society. The arc with Lash as the Omega's son was particularly exciting. This new villain isn't nearly as compelling yet, so the storylines around her don't carry the action as well.
The scenes with Rehv, Balz, and the flashbacks were the parts that kept me reading. It was good to see Rehv in the forefront again and find out what he's up to now. The BoBs also provide opportunities for interesting arcs so I was happy to see one of their stories fleshed out a little more. If not for those parts, I would've rated the book even lower.
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This book (and her previous one The Jackal) have gone off the rails big time. Her lead females are stupid, juvenilistic and annoying. The lead males aren't that much better. The story line was weak and just didn't hold my attention. So much so that I ended up skipping great swathes of endless drivel. Not sure if I'll continue with this series. No fun in it anymore.
There are so many characters being flung at you with side stories and agendas that I found it so hard to keep track of what was going on and if it was really part of the core story.
Don't get me wrong, I loved the Fallen Angel Series and really want to see where JRW is going with this but there needs to be more structure and solid characters. I mean it's like so many other authors are doing at the moment creating off shoot series' and characters with flimsy links, poor story lines and no substance.
I loathed Mae's character. Nothing endearing at all. Spoilt. Ignorant. Selfish springs to mind. Sahvage, there should have been so much more to his story and character and his part kind of just ends. In fact the book just ends. There's no real clarity on Rahvyn, Where's she been? How did she return?
I've got so many questions and no likely answers. GUTTED