With each word I fall deeper in love with these men. I laughed, cried and swooned with each word read. When the last word was spoken I wanted to cry bacaude even though it ended well, I still ached for more. I am so glad that I starrd rrsding this series and thankful to all my friends that raved so much about it, making it hard not to give the series a try.
Too long of pauses between chapters. Liked the content of the story.
Everything was fine with the exceptional pauses between chapters
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Great book but you have to get use to the narrortor's voice. when you don't like the book it is because of the writing. J.R. ward does not always get it right, but the series overall is Great. I like this book because I like the character Rhage, and wanted to know his background story and I got it. When you read them all then you will understand. Some will be good and you will want to get all the details, and other serve the purpose of just moving the story along. Worth the investment... even the bad ones.
I wouldn't. This is a book in a series of 12 or more.
Not in this BDB book, but when he gets it right...it's great
Lover Eternal/Black Dagger Brotherhood
Once again all you new comers to the BDB World be patient and read the books in order.
I’ll be honest – the first time I picked up one of the BDB books I was turned off by the character names and didn’t read more than a couple pages.
More than a year later, when I was desperate for a new series to feed my addiction, I decided to heed the good reviews this series consistently receives and bought the first book through Audible. I liked it. The narrator isn’t great; in that there is little differentiation between character voices, which sort of makes one line blend into another and can be confusing. That doesn’t detract from the story though, or perhaps I should say that the story outshines that defect.
I’ve always been attracted to paranormal novels that feature a dark hero – someone who isn’t the goodie-white-hat type but still lets the reader get behind their story arc. (For example, I was never interested in the Buffy television series until season six hit and Spike really came to the forefront in a very, um, noticeable way. I loved Spike with an unholy fire and still have a soft spot in my heart for James Marsters, wherever he is. Yes, Angel was adorably broody, but he was just too *good*) Anyway, where was I… Oh, right. Dark heroes abound in the BDB series. In fact they’re coming out of the woodwork, so to speak. There are so many tortured, angst-ridden characters here that I’ve got fodder to last for weeks and weeks.*happy sigh*
The thing about JR Ward is that while the first novel was good, the second was noticeably better. I’m more than halfway through number four as I write this and it’s the best yet – meaning, this is one author who hasn’t been satisfied to stagnate once she got published. Each brother’s story has been fascinating in its own right without falling into the ‘been there, read that’ rut that mires some other authors once they have a couple books under their belts.
As for Lover Eternal specifically, Rhage and Mary’s story is great. I’m not going in for a summary because you already read that above. My best advice is, take a look at my book list. If you like the same books that I like, you’ll like these too. I have no doubt.
I have to admit I loved this book, maybe not as much as the first, but loved it still. What I cannot wait for is book three. I have already paid for and downloaded it, because I really like the Warrior Zsadist's character. The intense chapter that he had in this book has made my mouth water for the next book. I can't seem to stop listening to these books.
I cried when he gave her up to save her. Best part by far.
I am an avid fan of audible. I have over 150 titles in my library. Kersey Cole is one of my favs
yes I would. It was so moving.
Rhage declares his love for Mary and she accepts him beast and all
These books are tear jerkers and very well written