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Their attraction is instant, and as powerful as it is dangerous. But as human and vampire worlds collide, a centuries- old score catches up with Payne and puts both her love and her life in jeopardy. Editorial Reviews Publishers Weekly In Ward's new Black Dagger Brotherhood novel, a secondary storyline overshadows the primary romance between a vampire and her human doctor. The long-suffering Payne, brought into the corporeal world after years of imprisonment in Lover Mine, now faces possible paralysis. Her twin brother, Vishous, will do anything to save his recently discovered sister, allowing his wife Jane to involve her human former boss, Dr.

If you're unsure how to feel after reading book 1, I'd at least give book 2 a shot. If you like that one, chances are you'll end up enjoying the series like I did. If you don't like that one, this would be the place to quit out then. View all 4 comments. I may read this again some time in the future. This here is just a couple things I remember about this book and part of my plan to write at least something for each book I read. For some reason I stopped reading this series before the ninth book.

I don't remember the reason, though. Dark Lover is a decent beginning of the series, so you could say it does its job pretty well. If you are into paranormal romances featuring vampires who have their own deity of sorts and an enemy creepy enough to I may read this again some time in the future. If you are into paranormal romances featuring vampires who have their own deity of sorts and an enemy creepy enough to be taken seriously, you are able to accept the rules of the world as far as the behaviour of the characters goes, you might like this story.

Later in the series, the names go crazy but there's nothing too distracting about these. I enjoyed the place this book ended up at, and I'm definitely going to read more in the series. Ward's female characters drive me completely and utterly bonkers, but the seething hormonal and scarred Brotherhood should be good fun. View all 61 comments.

Damn if I know how to rate this one! To make it fair and square I'll settle for a 3! View all 3 comments. Using my kindest words, I can only say that I liked this story. But I had high expectations from this book, since it has many good reviews and high ratings. Honestly, I have read much better paranormal romances. I had prepared myself for quite a ride!

I just don't understand how this book has ended up being 1st in ma Using my kindest words, I can only say that I liked this story.

I just don't understand how this book has ended up being 1st in many lists. I liked the world setting a lot. Beth, the main female character, wasn't annoying. She was neither too weak nor the type that tries to look strong by killing and hitting stuff.

I could not. I can see why so many may love Wrath I didn't like him! He thinks he is strong. They just jumped each other! I don't download instant love easily and this one didn't manage to win me over. Among the many male characters in this book, my favorite was Butch which surprised the hell out of me.

I actually preferred the human male to the vampire one in a book! I actually forgot Wrath's name and had to look it up to write this review. That certainly speaks for itself, and I did NOT like the way wrath treated the one single woman who had always been at his side before Beth's arrival.

Also, there were many Pop culture references and slang that I found very annoying. It's like the author doesn't expect to have any readers from different countries or cultures. I did not love the book as much as my 'paranormal romance friends', it had too much in the terms of traditional paranormal romance subplot for me BUT did enjoy it quite a bit.

Wrath is a king of sorts among his kind, followed by a band of loyal brothers, all powerful and all troubled in their own way. He must lead them against a war of vampire hunters, while honoring his promise to protect a friends daughter as she "transforms.

She was half-blood and didn't know about her father until the beginning of the story. Ward developed her own version of vampire; here they do not feed off of people, but off others vampires instead for nourishment as human blood is too weak for them.

The writer is talented and does make it easy to keep reading. She employs the shifting third-person point of view instead of the traditional first-person that's used in most Urban Fantasies and some Paranormal Romances.

I prefer the first-person point of view more but she makes it work here. The book was at it's best especially at the beginning when everything tragic was happening, it was all getting established and there were plenty of obstacles.

It started losing my interest a little as it went from an extraordinary beginning to a typical paranormal-romance center. Thought the sex scenes were a little too numerous sometimes but for the most part the passion part was hot enough. I dug most of the characters. I didn't like the change for Darius at the very end, and from the description I just didn't see Wrath as attractive and he didn't do anything for me.

Some of the brothers were fun though, and my favorites were - surprisingly, the human Butch and the butler Fritch sp? I think the characters DO hold a lot of potential for becoming as addicting as many of the fans state, they just didn't make it in my heart yet with this book.

Not bad characters but I didn't fall in love with anyone so far. Wish to continue the series to see how everything progresses, it's a creatively structured world. I may grow more into it with continuing books.

Just have to get my hands on the second and see. With how easily I become addicted to series, this is a strong possibility. The hardest books to review are the 3 star ones. They aren't great, but they aren't bad either. They're just there hovering in the middle trying to get our attention. Dark Lover is the first book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series.

A Vampire brotherhood that protects and fights for their own kind. It does take a while to get into this book. The first half is sex. Just sex. Though very hot sex, but still just sex! The second half we start to differentiate between the brothers and the storylin The hardest books to review are the 3 star ones. The second half we start to differentiate between the brothers and the storyline begins to show its head - between sex of course.

The plot itself isn't anything too complicated or deep. It's the beginning of a series that has potential to be pretty cool. But this first book was nothing to write home about. It's more of an introduction than anything else. We're introduced to Ward's vampire lore which is pretty interesting and somewhat unique. The world she built is very convincing. It shows that she put some effort into it - except maybe for the names; they are awful!!

Tohrment, Phury…? Then we get into the vampire politics and trying to decipher who's who: I still have a hard time with the brothers. I know Wrath and Zsadist pretty well, but the others sort of all flow together.

The most important in this book was Wrath so it didn't affect the story at all. I imagine after a few books I will get to know them. All the characters are very fun though. Big brutal vampires that have hearts of gold at least most of them.

They're all great together, too. They act like real brothers with fights and banters so it gets pretty amusing at times. Other than the introductions, nothing big happens plot wise.

There were a lot of little things that I imagine will be revisited into the future for bigger and better plot schemes. That's why I say it has potential: I've got nothing else to say really. I think I will enjoy the series; it's definitely not a bad start.

View all 7 comments. It had it's good points, but an overall 2. Yeah, I'm looking at you Zsadist. Great writing, good take on vampires and this history, cheeky characters but I did find the lust, romance and possessive undertones to be problematic. In a very crowded genre, Dark Lover is a paranormal that stands out.

An alpha male that does not dominate his woman, but appreciates her strengths is rare to find, and Wrath was just that. Very pleasantly surprised! The vampires are cool and attractive and badass, engaging in a war with those who would have them destroyed.

Beth is a In a very crowded genre, Dark Lover is a paranormal that stands out. Beth is a reporter who is unknowingly entwined with the vampire world-until she meets Wrath, leader of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Beth was a great heroine. I also really liked Wrath, of course, but Butch and Marissa stand out in this. I loved them! The plot was exciting and the threat sufficiently dangerous. I found Marissa to be a little too forgiving of years of being ignored and used, and she did seem innocent almost to a cringey extent.

It is very fixed gender based but it is a slightly older book, and so I can forgive it for that. It had such a different vibe to other vampire books that I've read that I'm still a fan. It had a well constructed plot, fast paced. Despite a big cast and multiple povs it wasn't confusing. I had problem with characters though. First the names: Wrath, Phury, Zsadist, Rhage How many times we were told, in a descriptive, flowery prose, how bad ass the brothers were only to find them turned into mush in the hands of a female.

Same goes for Beth. There wasn't an 2. There wasn't anything remarkable about her. I liked butch more than the brothers. At least, his character was realistic.

I'm going to read the next book, to see if this series gets better. Mmmh, I don't know how many stars I should give to this book I really liked the world building and the story but the romance and the main characters?

One big MEH. I didn't connect with Elizabeth I had to look for her name because I forgot it her character development was weird af and ugh, she was so stupid sometimes! Wrath, in my opinion, was the least interesting brother from the Black Dagger Brotherhood.. I found myself enjoying more the other characters. He didn't impress me or captivate Mmmh, I don't know how many stars I should give to this book He didn't impress me or captivate me, I think the only time I thought he was interesting was when I realized he was kind of blind, I mean, he was one of the strongest and more powerful vampires AND he was "blind"?

Oh yas But then I lost interest again and meh. As for the romance between Beth and Wrath No, thank you. It was boring and they speeded through all the phases of a relationship.

I just wasn't interested. Now, I think I'm gonna give 3 stars because the world building was fantastic and I really enjoyed it. Oh, and also this book made want to read the next two books because Rhage and Zsadist intrigued me. So yeah, unfortunately this one didn't really work for me Lets see if the other ones will. Rounded down to a 3.

This is more a 3. This is not the best book ever but it was entertaining and I enjoyed the narrator. I was all for the couple in this book too and sexy times yassss. They aren't great, but they aren't bad either. They're just there hovering in the middle trying to get our attention. Dark Lover is the first book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series.

A Vampire brotherhood that protects and fights for their own kind. It does take a while to get into this book.

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Amante Sombrio The first half is sex. Just sex. Though very hot sex, but still just sex! The second half we start to differentiate between the brothers and the storylin The hardest books to review are the 3 star ones.

The second half we start to differentiate between the brothers and the storyline begins to show its head - between sex of course. The plot itself isn't anything too complicated or deep. It's the beginning of a series that has potential to be pretty cool. But this first book was nothing to write home about. It's more of an introduction than anything else. We're introduced to Ward's vampire lore which is pretty interesting and somewhat unique. The world she built is very convincing. It shows that she put some effort into it - except maybe for the names; they are awful!!

Tohrment, Phury…? Then we get into the vampire politics and trying to decipher who's who: I still have a hard time with the brothers. I know Wrath and Zsadist pretty well, but the others sort of all flow together.

The most important in this book was Wrath so it didn't affect the story at all. I imagine after a few books I will get to know them. All the characters are very fun though. Big brutal vampires that have hearts of gold at least most of them.

They're all great together, too. They act like real brothers with fights and banters so it gets pretty amusing at times. Other than the introductions, nothing big happens plot wise. There were a lot of little things that I imagine will be revisited into the future for bigger and better plot schemes.

That's why I say it has potential: I've got nothing else to say really. I think I will enjoy the series; it's definitely not a bad start. View all 7 comments. It had it's good points, but an overall 2. Yeah, I'm looking at you Zsadist. Great writing, good take on vampires and this history, cheeky characters but I did find the lust, romance and possessive undertones to be problematic.

In a very crowded genre, Dark Lover is a paranormal that stands out. An alpha male that does not dominate his woman, but appreciates her strengths is rare to find, and Wrath was just that. Very pleasantly surprised! The vampires are cool and attractive and badass, engaging in a war with those who would have them destroyed.

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Beth is a In a very crowded genre, Dark Lover is a paranormal that stands out. Beth is a reporter who is unknowingly entwined with the vampire world-until she meets Wrath, leader of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Beth was a great heroine. I also really liked Wrath, of course, but Butch and Marissa stand out in this. I loved them! The plot was exciting and the threat sufficiently dangerous. I found Marissa to be a little too forgiving of years of being ignored and used, and she did seem innocent almost to a cringey extent.

It is very fixed gender based but it is a slightly older book, and so I can forgive it for that. It had such a different vibe to other vampire books that I've read that I'm still a fan.

It had a well constructed plot, fast paced. Despite a big cast and multiple povs it wasn't confusing. I had problem with characters though. First the names: Wrath, Phury, Zsadist, Rhage How many times we were told, in a descriptive, flowery prose, how bad ass the brothers were only to find them turned into mush in the hands of a female.

Same goes for Beth. There wasn't an 2. There wasn't anything remarkable about her. I liked butch more than the brothers. At least, his character was realistic. I'm going to read the next book, to see if this series gets better.

Mmmh, I don't know how many stars I should give to this book I really liked the world building and the story but the romance and the main characters? One big MEH. I didn't connect with Elizabeth I had to look for her name because I forgot it her character development was weird af and ugh, she was so stupid sometimes!

Wrath, in my opinion, was the least interesting brother from the Black Dagger Brotherhood.. I found myself enjoying more the other characters. He didn't impress me or captivate Mmmh, I don't know how many stars I should give to this book He didn't impress me or captivate me, I think the only time I thought he was interesting was when I realized he was kind of blind, I mean, he was one of the strongest and more powerful vampires AND he was "blind"?

Oh yas But then I lost interest again and meh. As for the romance between Beth and Wrath No, thank you. It was boring and they speeded through all the phases of a relationship.

I just wasn't interested. Now, I think I'm gonna give 3 stars because the world building was fantastic and I really enjoyed it. Oh, and also this book made want to read the next two books because Rhage and Zsadist intrigued me.

So yeah, unfortunately this one didn't really work for me Lets see if the other ones will. Rounded down to a 3. This is more a 3. This is not the best book ever but it was entertaining and I enjoyed the narrator.

I was all for the couple in this book too and sexy times yassss. I guess it could happen…in a porno movie. Apr 30, J. Marking this as 'read' is slightly misleading since I couldn't make it through it. Everyone raves about this series and I wanted to love it, but it did nothing but annoy me.

I think it's the authors writing style. I just couldn't get into it and after 3 tries I gave up. View 2 comments. I didn't like it. I'll be honest, I know just from reading the first page that I absolutely wouldn't like it. I ran into a common problem: This is a bit tricky considering I read romance novels, and almost every one of them has alpha-heroes in them. But if the hero's charming enough I can overlook it, the same goes for the appearance too. In fact I've gotten into the habit of skipping the descriptions for heroes just so I didn't like it.

In fact I've gotten into the habit of skipping the descriptions for heroes just so I can imagine however I want them. Unfortunately I didn't do that with this book. Frankly, it's kind of hard to avoid as well considering how many times the author mentions how huge he is.

My imagination went wild and I can't help but picture this freaking snarling, menacing green hulk of a character for the hero.

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So now I've got a crossover of green hulk and the matrix stuck in my mind. And from that point on, I kept laughing at any and every scene with the hero. As a bonus, the book has characters with names like Zsadist and Phury I didn't particularly mind that the book was such a big joke. I mean, it's not like I had terribly high expectations. The fact that Beth had sex with Wrath as soon as she sees him was way anti-climatic.

And to add to the funny, warped image I have of Alpha-Wrath, he seems like such a douchebage from the way he treats his mate. All in all, I knew it was going to suck lol , but I would've continued reading it for the lulz, anyway if it weren't for the fact that the heroine got really really annoying. Like the scene where she's completely convinced that he's a criminal of some sort and still follow him to the house.

Geeze, I really don't get that type of behavior. And when she starts freaking out about the vampire thing, I just get so much second handed embarrassment that I had to stop reading. So technically.. But that was my review based on the View all 3 comments. If I could give a book zero stars I would I don't usually call things garbage, even formula based romances that have no depth or meaning don't usually get called garbage I just say I don't like them and move on.

This is also the last time I am taking a recommendation from someone who obviously has completely different tastes in book than I do. I will admit, I already knew I was going to hate the book before I started reading it I don't like vampires There isn't, in case you didn't catch that by now.

Even that nine percent was a serious struggle, because I honestly could not believe that people were reading this and thinking it was fantastic and monumental. As soon as the names of the 'brotherhood' started being introduced I pretty much gave up completely.

I mean, the 'hero' being called Wrath is cool Yeah, he's got an anger problem. Oh, and my favorite. Oh, and guess what? Zsadist likes giving pain God, this is shameful. How did this get published? How do people enjoy this?

I could seriously write a book about fairy-leprechaun-vampire-princesses better than this crap. Don't forget about Butch, who is the manliest man that Beth knows until she meets Wrath, or about Mr.

That has to be a joke, right? Too bad the names weren't the only silly thing about this book. I could live with stupid names, no matter how appalling and laughable they are, but the descriptions of everything were just so hilarious I seriously could not even understand what was remotely attractive about this series.

A bicep as big as her thigh? That'd make his thigh as big as like How is that attractive? Maybe I just have something against leather pants and long hair And to top it all off, guess what Butch look likes?

Yeah, he looks manly. And Zsadist? Garbage garbage garbage garbage I might have even been able to put up with those downfalls if the story had been slightly decent, but it isn't There is nothing awesome or dark or even fantasy related except for 'sexy' alpha vampires. I give up. The heroine is so beautiful men just instantly try to rape her.

Rape is a horrible thing, but if the girl had just been smart enough to stay in a freaking public area it wouldn't have even happened.

She sees the guys approaching her, she is standing in a perfectly crowded place outside a bar, she TELLS the reader that she is going to run away into a less crowded poorly lit territory in hopes of getting away from them, and then she's surprised and traumatized when they attack her.

Men are approaching her and hitting on her, and she really thinks walking into the darker less public area This isn't typically a genre I enjoy. I can read urban fantasy, even though romance as the main plot always bores me, but usually I can get past it and enjoy other aspects of the book enough to finish it.

This book is just so bad I can't even find a way to convince myself it's worth finishing.

I'd have even read a crappy plot line for some good characters Goodbye Black Dagger Brotherhood. I will not miss you or your Scribe Virgin. Reading this book was like ordering Chicken Schezwan in a fancy restaurant. Looks good but ultimately disappointing. Where do I even start?

Ze Plot and Characters The plot, if it was to be brought to life, it would be a mouldy sandwich. A barfy mash-up of rotten vegetables and gag-inducing cheese. In this analogy, my dear Friends, the rotten vegetables would be the plot, the spoiled cheese the characters themselves and okay, the romance and the character development gets to star as the mould.

The main characters, Wrath and Beth aka Mr. Testosterone and Ms. Spineless Gnat aka "Badass"-on-Steroids and Peanut-for-a-brain, meet with Wrath breaking and entering and scaring the living daylights out of the poor gnat.

Then erasing her memories. Their next meeting correct me if I'm wrong occurs with Mr. Delight holding her sorta-could-be boyfriend Butch by the neck and almost ends up killing him. Then they leave this poor bloke struggling for air and decides to go on their own merry way because a duh, he's hot and b he's hot and c he knows my father.

The fact that this complete stranger almost killed her friend doesn't seem to weigh heavily on her mind either. That doesn't matter cuz he's like so hawt. Does she get her answers, you ask? I say almost because in the middle they decide to have "mind-blowing" sex. At this point, I'm like But that's okay.

Maybe it's something like a mating. Maybe once you jump the sack, your libido might take a trip to Calmville and you can, you know, talk. But noooooooooo. At this point, my memory becomes hazy as I skipped pages and chapters.

More people. I love you's. I had no fucking clue what the fuck was going on. The character development was non-existent. The characters decided they were in love with each other from a couple of pointless conversation and lots of sex.

Many side-characters were introduced that didn't contribute towards the development of the characters nor the progression of the plot. Oh and speaking of Zsadist, the guy also tries to rape her. Does she scream bloody murder? To her credit, yes.

Does she question why her oh-so-hot fuck buddy boyfriend associates with him? Does she question her sanity about continuing to associate with this insanity? Again yes. Does she do something about it? Like, oh I don't know, stay the fuck away from them? Wait a minute, she can't because she's turning into a vampire and her fuck buddy boyfriend is the only one who can help. At this point, I'm wondering why am I even reading this. Once I've started something, I have to finish it.

Even at the cost of my sanity. So, summing up: Me reading this book: Still I ploughed on hoping against hope it might get better: I'm done with this shit. Romance fans, NOT vampire fans. This book is hilarious! This has got to be the most sugary sweet, non-threatening, NOT scary vampire world I have ever read. I mean, vampires who pose absolutely NO threat to humans--they feed on other vampires--and only fight soulless, baby-powder smelling albinos!

The author spends a lot of time telling us that the vampires are dangerous and scary lots of leather wearing, dagger wear This book is hilarious! The author spends a lot of time telling us that the vampires are dangerous and scary lots of leather wearing, dagger wearing, rap music, tattoos, scars , but really they never do anything scary.

They eat crepes, cry Everyone is so nice in this book! It just cracks me up. The sex is plentiful, but boring. The characters are one-dimentional. I won't rehash the issues with the names and the horrible dialogue--it's been done. Another thing that bothered me is how accepting the characters are about what happens to them. I mean, a huge, scary, blind man carrying daggers shows up in your apartment in the middle of the night, and what do you do? No, jump him and beg for sex.

So one day you're living your normal life with your normal job and you're told you're about to suddenly turn into a vampire. Do you freak out? You don't even react at all. Also, the cop finds himself captive in a house full of vampires that he didn't know even existed , and does he freak out?

No, he sticks his finger in a female vampire's mouth and decides he is falling in love with her--within a few minutes! There are so many more Oh my. I should have known not to read it, because I don't usually like romance. I like sex in books, don't get me wrong, but this is just horrible. It read like a SNL sketch, spoofing Twilight or something As soon as I finished it I had to read an Anita Blake book Tall vampire with long black hair Maybe if I fell for the ultra-alpha male-scary biker dude this book would have worked better for me.

But as it was Plus, I had a hard time with the vampire myth here. According to J. In order to survive, they need to drink each other's Tall vampire with long black hair In order to survive, they need to drink each other's blood. And of course, there is a super secret society whose only purpose is to hunt down and kill the vamps. Why should they live in secrecy?

Yeah, I know I'm overthinking the whole thing ; I guess the bottom line is this story wasn't very gripping, the characters were flat and the sex scenes were awful.

I hate not finishing a book, but a few of my reserves became available at the library, and suddenly I just wasn't motivated to finish this one. Earlier this year. RTC, I guess?

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This is the book version of those songs. At best, I can only say that this is the story of seven or eight vampires Ally arches her back, stretches her arms in front, laces her fingers together and presses the knuckles outward until they all pop audibly in unison.

At best, I can only say that this is the story of seven or eight vampires who all act like suburban moms would if they were leather clad, weapon toting, whore mongering vampires. I lost count at how many times I thumped my ipad down in embarassment for myself, for the author, for the characters. This book is a flimsy sketch of people bound with fantasy and sex and little to no story at all. I hoped to like it, just like I hope to like every book I pick up.

Twilight ruined the whole paranormal vampire thing going on, I guess I hoped this would be different. It wasn't. There were only a few things I liked, but my many dislikes outweighed those few by a mile. I read pages of complete lust. Now here's the thing I'm okay with lust as long as the characters realize what they have isn't love, but purely sexual. Unfortunately, our protagonists Beth and Wrath did not.

I tried so hard to figure out when they fell in love. Beth and Wrath apparently knew, I, for the life of me, could not figure it out. Where was the relationship development? When exactly did they get to know each other you know, non sexually? When did they start falling? I don't have the answer to any of these.

But even after finishing the book, I can't tell anyone what the plot was. We are told it is about a vampire King, Wrath, who has to take care of the daughter of one of his most trusted fighters after he is found dead. He now has to inform said daughter, Beth, that she is a half vampire.

And let me tell you, that is literally all that happens in the story. He finds her, tells her she is a vampire, they have sex, and that is. I was expecting action and fight scenes. I was expecting betrayal and drama. When I pick up a paranormal romance I expect all of that. But I got none. I expected a lot of action. Hell, I wanted at least a little action. I mean they are vampires who hunt lesser de-souled humans. Where was the hunting? The six mighty vampires Wrath lived with didn't do anything throughout the entire book.

I didn't understand the purpose of any of them.

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