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I’m On a Roll: A Review of Blood Vow by JR Ward

I’m On a Roll: A Review of Blood Vow by JR Ward

] 3.25 Stars In academic circles, a legacy is the child of a graduate of a particular institution. The Legacy is a reflection of the parent (or older family member). JR Ward’s Black Dagger Legacy series takes that concept and uses it to tell a new story while continuing stories of characters we love. I love this idea! Ward has shown me over the years that she has an almost endless ability to create characters I love and care about….

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I’m Just Getting Caught Up: A Review of The Beast by JR Ward

I’m Just Getting Caught Up: A Review of The Beast by JR Ward

5 Stars I am pretty sure that I’ll never get tired of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Except for a couple of books which I struggled through (Phury, I’m looking at you), JR Ward has consistently drawn me into her vampire world with characters that are as real to me as the folks next door. I love the way Ward deftly weaves the new with the old, like the world’s longest braid-the ‘do always beautiful, but the new pieces added in…

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Can’t Get Enough of the BDB: Review of Blood Kiss by JR Ward

Can’t Get Enough of the BDB: Review of Blood Kiss by JR Ward

¬†BLOOD KISS by JR Ward 3.5 Stars   I enjoyed this first book in JR Ward’s Black Dagger Legacy series, but had hoped it would bring readers back to the early days of the BDB, where almost every page was dedicated to the couple falling in love. Sigh. Remember how amazing Dark Lover was? Unfortunately, the promoted romance fell a bit short for me, but overall the book is a keeper. Blood Kiss’s blurb is all about Paradise and Craeg,…

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Catching up with the Black Dagger Brotherhood: My Review of The Shadows

Catching up with the Black Dagger Brotherhood: My Review of The Shadows

The Shadows by J.R. Ward My rating: 4 of 5 stars It seems as though no matter my feelings as I’m reading the latest installment of The Black Dagger Brotherhood series, at the end I’m perfectly happy. The Shadows is no different. To be honest, I started this one some time last year and then put it down. It wasn’t so much that I didn’t like it, I did. But, I had other books grabbing my attention and there was…

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