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    Enthralled

    This book is the second of a series of many enthusiastic, awe inspiring novels. This book had me figuratively on the edge of my seat (only because I read it horizontally) and gripping my phone so hard my knuckles were white. I have enjoyed this series immensely thus far and as I continue on and read the next in this thrilling series I know, do not hope, know that my experience will continue on throughout the rest of the novels.
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    love the series

    the blood brother series with their blind king is full of emotion, action, and a real pleasure to read.
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    Sweet

    Well-done story, funny, passionate and built with a great sense of continuity.
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    Im obsessed

    Need to read them all! The more I read the more I get sucked in. Its raw and sexy and mysterious and at times makes me cry...I love it
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    Great Second Book - Ending Could Have Been Better

    I really like Rhage. He stood out from the rest of the Brotherhood in book one, and I was excited to see his story come so soon in the series. He's a cursed vampire - cursed with an uncontrollable beast that is triggered by extreme emotions (paid, anger, lust). And once the beast is released, he only goes away after destroying (and eating - ew) everything around it. As a human, Mary is a bit shocked when she is dragged into the vampire world through a young man that she meets when he calls the Suicide Hotline she volunteers at. This boy is something special, and I have some strong suspicions he's a result of something from the first book, but I didn't find out and I think I may be waiting awhile for his story. But he plays a fairly prominent role in Lover Eternal and makes a great character. Anyway, Mary, she's an interesting study in opposites. She's a strong woman, but her illness makes her weak. She's incredibly intelligent, but she finds herself immersed in a world where she has everything to learn. Her and Rhage have an interesting start to their relationship as he is ordered to erase himself from her mind. But there is something about the way she speaks that Rhage needs to have. I love that something so simple as the sound of her voice is what initially draws him to her, not her looks, or having to rescue her, it was a great way to make their start different than what I usually see out there. We get to see a lot of the Brotherhood and a few of the characters from book one still pop up and I love being able to see the whole group in both books. The Lessers are still on the hunt and looking for a fight and we are introduced to a new civilian, Bella, that a friend of Mary's that seems to have more of her story to tell. A great second book, but I feel the Mary and Rhage's solution was a little contrived. It felt like Ward had written herself into a corner and used the "but then the rules changed" option instead of playing within what she had already written.
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