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    Another Amazing Tale in BDB World

    I have not been as deeply invested in a Black Dagger Brotherhood couple since Lover Eternal. Don't get me wrong. You are definitely reading a review from a certified fangirl. But normally from book to book , I feel invested in one character more so than the other in getting their HEA. And connecting with one solidly is not a bad thing, because JR Ward writes an entertaining adventure each and every time for this reader. Wrath and Beth. Rhage and Mary. They have been forever my equal-on-a-pedestal-in-love-with-both. In a game of choice one to live, I'd tell you to off me because I can't choose who I find fascinating more. Until Ahmare and Duran. Ahmare is driven by the need to save her brother. Using the 'weapon' known as Duran, she's going to make it happen at all costs. Duran finds helping her leads him on a path to final realize the revenge h dreams of. What they didn't expect was a connection to each other. Once again, JR Ward spins a deeply woven tale that has you rooting not only for them to get the desired outcome of the quest they are on but to find a connection. I found I was captivated by the strength of character in which each individually and as a couple endured through the process. They are tested in ways that can and should break them apart. Being a part of their journey is what kept me engrossed for the entire read. As a fan and avid reader, I hope we get to spend more time with the characters introduced here in future books within the BDB and BDB Legacy worlds. Now here comes the surprising part of my review... There are 16 books to read and to some readers that is a daunting task. Do you start with book one and see if this is for you? Okay I vote yes. But... you know maybe you need a sample. If you don't mind only subtle references to the entire BDB world, I would actually recommend you maybe start here. This story is a singular look at characters without needing to know backstory on how they get here or those characters involved. JR Ward gives you a complete story within their piece of the BDB world that will have you scrambling to read more.
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    Enticing

    Quick and captivating couldn’t put it down. Always love devouring J R books
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    Always good

    Another great one. I highly recommend all of JR Ward books. I have yet to read one less than 4 stars.
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    Romantic, Action-Packed Story in the BDB Universe

    Prisoner of Night is a short-novel-length, between-the-books story that takes place in the Black Dagger Brotherhood universe. Ahmare’s brother, the only family she has left, is kidnapped and held prisoner in a dungeon by Chalen, a ruthless drug supplier, who demands that she find and return his “beloved” to him. He offers her a secret weapon to help in her quest, a handsome, alluring prisoner who is equal parts dangerous and vulnerable. After his father dumped him at Chalen’s doorstep, Duran has spent the last twenty years in the evil vampire’s dungeon being tortured for information on where the “beloved” is, but in all that time, he hasn’t broken. He merely burns with vengeance, living for the day when he can take his revenge against his father. Then suddenly, Duran finds himself released into the custody of a beautiful female who needs his help to get her brother back. Ahmare is a strong female for whom family means everything. She’s the perfect mix between a fighter who won’t give up no matter what and a kind, compassionate female, who gives freely of herself to her male. Duran is a deeply sympathetic, emotionally damaged hero who is viciously lethal with those who’ve harmed him, but still possesses a tender innocence with Ahmare. These two are awesome characters I enjoyed reading about. Other than insta-love not being one of my favorite tropes and a slightly unsatisfied feeling over not getting to see more of Duran’s healing process, this was an excellent story with plenty of action to keep me turning the pages, as well as some tender emotions that created a strong romantic connection between the main characters.
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    Love J.R. Ward

    I have read pretty much all.of J.R. Wards books. They are amazing, exceptionally written and keep you interested to the very end! This one was no different then the rest.
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