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    Lover Reborn

    Well Hell... I love the story of Torhmet. I've been under the impression that J.R Ward's vampires mated for life. Then, in book 4, Tohr's mate dies by enemy hands. I absolutely adore Tohr. His love for his Wellsie was epic. I was saddened, and teared up when Tohr felt her death and his meltdown when the brothers all came to him to officially tell him of Wellsie's death. Throughout the series his journey through his mourning is mention and I just felt my heart squeeze so tightly for him. LOVER REBORN is his book, his second chance to love again. Boy, oh boy, the loooong road with all the twist and turns he endured made me love him the most of all the brothers. I give this book 10 stars if possible. Well Done J.R Ward.
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    Mrs

    Bloody fantastic love the series...keep them coming..
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    Lover Reborn

    Lover Reborn is the story of two second-chances. Tohrment may have returned to the Brotherhood physically, but mentally and emotionally he is lost, consumed with the pain of losing his shellan and child. His obsession with remembering them is actually a very bad thing. While he should never forget them, the angel Lassiter reveals that Tor's actions have actually doomed his lost family. I wasn't a really big fan of this story. When Tor is told he needs to move on and love again, he does everything but. And it's pretty obvious, but no one seems to call him out on it. He treats No'one like garbage, and because of her past, she feels like she deserves it. Sound familiar? It's a very toxic start to a relationship. Ward manages to salvage their relationship, so don't think this isn't going to have a somewhat happy ending, but the whole thing left a sour taste in my mouth. The saving grace? Tor's dead family and the real turning moment of the book. I'm glad to see Tor on the road to becoming a whole person again, and before the loss of his shellan, he was one of my favorite brothers. Hopefully, I'll get to see more of that person now that we have all this out of the way.
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    Lover Reborn

    What a compelling story of love and loss! I am always amazed at the emotions J.R. brings out through her words!
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    Lover reborn

    Excellent. Love Lassiter!
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