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"The fast pace and cliffhanger ending will have fans wishing they could start the next book right away."-- "Publishers Weekly on Lover Avenged" --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B085P31H2Y
- Publisher : Gallery Books (December 1, 2020)
- Publication date : December 1, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2637 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 495 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #10,326 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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So, I like Qhinn and Blay fine, and I was glad they got together in the first book that was about them. But I agree with another reviewer that there was just too much sex in this particular telling of their story. I think we all know how in love and committed they are. I didn’t think we needed to be treated to every gory deet of the sex they had in every imaginable position and place. I also got a little bit sick of their gooey love, all of the gentle caresses, back rubs, etc. They seem more feminine than many of the female characters to me at this point. I loved them when they were rugged and in love. Now I just feel like they are less masculine and more weak.
This book revolves around a serious topic, and I thought they all did well dealing with it, but really, like it wasn’t expected that something like this would happen? It has been set up since Lucas was first rescued from the lessers, so I thought it did drag on a bit.
Add in the many unedited errors throughout, and this was a far less enjoyable book than the previous ones I’ve read. I think, along with at least one other reader, that this series has run its course. Time for Ms. Ward to come up with something new and fresh, and not try to rush it to publication, as this one obviously was. I have enjoyed her writing in the past, but she is really better than all the errors in this book.
This particular book was an emotional one. So many old hurts finally getting closure. It is a sad book towards the end because of what happens. There is a major loss, not one of the main characters we know but a main side character.
The storm oh my gosh it was awful and so many things got broken and Balthazar that poor guy.
Lots of kid action, which I just love seeing them grow up.
I cant wait for the next book.
Many thanks to JR Ward and I hope we get another book about The Jackal and what’s happening with him. Like is he going to somehow connect with the brothers in future books? I hope!
I hope my subscribers adore this love story as much as I do... and it is, ultimately, a love story. Sure, there is violence, brothers-in-arms, vampires, death, and destruction, but truly, I've always found BDB fascinating because of its close-knit bonds, it's family, the jovial yet touching camaraderie between friends, and the absoluteness of commitment between mates.
Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews
JR Ward certainly knows hell to craft a book to keep your attention from the minute you open it.
As always, the dialogue is amazing. Even internal dialogue‘s are so fun! Her turn of phrase keeps me coming back every moment.
This cannot be the end of the brothers!
Top reviews from other countries
Also i dont think Ward is great at gay sex scenes, very repetitive and no LUBE is ever used ouch!i was hoping this would have improved by now! Also i think she also forgot that Qhuinn is colour blind as him referring to colours happens a lot!
If you’re a die hard fan you will want to read this but i cant help but feel let down yet again.my love for the series and characters keeps me buying the books but lately it seems the books are more miss than hit.
There were lots of things going on here. We had a continuation of Blay and Qhuinn's story. We had drama. And we had sadness. JR Ward really does know how to tug on the heartstrings sometimes. We had all the usual (and beloved) characters. And, of course, we had Lassiter in outfits that could strike you blind from the descriptions alone.
The book was a rollercoaster of emotions that left me feeling all warm and gooey in the end. Priceless.