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    Lover enshrined

    Did not like this one.. hardley any story about phury....must keep going thou.cause it is JR.
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    Sensitive

    Phury's story is full of hard fighting. I felt engaged with the development of addiction' issues by the author.
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    Lover Enshrined

    Fhury has been lost since Zsadist found his mate. His drug use is increasing and his inner-demon whispering in his ear (quite literally) are about to drive him insane. Always the one to do what is best for everyone else, he's volunteered to become the Primale and mate with the Chosen (all of them). There's a lot of denial of feelings, reality, needs, and desires in this one. Fhury is the ultimate tortured soul. Cormia is the ultimate innocent. She's been manipulated and forced into a mating ritual (don't worry - no forceful sex or rape) with a vampire she hardly knows. Fhury is the perfect gentleman, perhaps too much so, and as she comes to know the gentler side of his soul, well, she falls in love. Here was the on again off again type of thing that I'm not really a fan of. One chapter they're about to get together, the next he's convinced he's no good. While it did show his paranoia and schizophrenia in a way that shows his crazy side off well. Forced to confront both his addiction and his little demon, As always, the story of the Black Dagger Brotherhood rolls right along - which I love. John Matthew, Qhuinn, and Blay are all starting to come into their own as adult vampires, but there's a wrench thrown into their lives as Torhment returns after so long. There's also trouble brewing with Lash that I expect to see grow even more over the course of the next few books. A great addition to the series overall, but I did get a little tired of Fhury's wavering over Cormia, and Cormia's lack of action towards Fhury (although I do understand why she didn't because of the way she was raised). The best part of this one was the continuation of the urban fantasy elements.
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    sexy & fast paced

    Ward returns to the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood with another sexy, fast paced novel that I couldn’t put down, regardless of the length of the story. Emotions run high as Ward’s flair for the dramatic takes readers deep into the intertwining lives of her fantastic characters. At the same time, she makes her larger than life story completely believable. The well written narrative combines with enchanting dialogue to create an unbeatable whole. I really enjoyed the dialects and slang that Ward writes with, both in the narrative and the dialogue. It really brought the story to life for me. The peek at the diverging histories of the vampires and the lesser was even more pronounced here. The tidbits of history that Ward provides puts a great many things into a deeper context and further develops the world of the series as a whole. The Scribe Virgin and her Chosen become a focal point, giving you a great deal of insight into how the spiritual aspect of this world works. I love how the history and culture of the BDB is continually developing. It’s neither fluid nor static. I’ll admit, I was definitely intrigued by Phury throughout the earlier parts of the series, but I absolutely loved him here. The complexity of character rivals that of any character in a work of fiction. His sense of self-worth is focal to who he is and plays a key role in his interactions with everyone around him. Cormia’s sense of duty and growing unhappiness provided me with a good sense of who she was inside and what she felt she should be doing. Together these two proved to be a very memorable and endlessly entertaining (and emotionally engaging) couple who definitely served this story well. Ward has created a world and band of characters that becomes more intricate and in depth with each passing novel. I find myself caught up in the individuals stories, unable to put the novel down, while also dying to know what happens next.
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    Lover Enshrined

    Another great book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. Both Phury and Cormia struggle to find their place in the vampire world. Worth a read.
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