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Read Lover Unleashed (Black Dagger Brotherhood 9) by J.R. Ward, Read J.R. Ward Brotherhood Series Novels, Best Fantasy Novels, Free Novels, Best Books. Lover Unleashed (Black Dagger Brotherhood #9) Payne, twin sister of Vishous, is cut from the same dark, warrior cloth as her brother: A fighter by nature, and a. Wow I did not realize how much I had missed the BDB world and JR Ward's writing until I picked this up! This book kept me up reading till the.
I thought they were cute and sexy together and I would have loved more time with them. Seeing as this was suppose to be their book and all. I enjoyed all the parts about Manny and Payne.
I loved that Payne was her own person. She was strong, a fighter, and she was up front and honest. Manny was great too. He may have been human but he was strong in his own right. He stood up to the brothers especially V, and he was totally comfortable in his own skin.
He didn't want to become a vampire like Butch. He was just fine with being himself. A deity. That glow you call forth from me? It is her very essence as an entity. That is what she is. As for my father?
He was nothing but a sadistic bastard who imparted unto me the urge to kill - that was his 'gift. Do you?
And for that crime against mine bloodline, for that offense against the standards of behavior for females, I was imprisoned and held for centuries. So you are too right.
Go - and do it now. It is for the best. But do not think that I fit in here any better than you do. Nothing comes close to you I liked finding out Butch and Manny are half brothers. Fanart must be rated no higher than "R" -- no gore and no full-frontal nudity or images depicting an actual sexual act are allowed. Fanart cannot be in comic form or tell a story, as that breaks the line between fanart and fanfiction.
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I enjoyed their interactions and chemistry, and even the angst between them felt genuine. At this point this running around in circles is getting annoying. Give my boys a happy ending, damn it.
Plot I think that the storyline of Payne dealing with her spinal injury, but slowly accepting it, was beautiful. It was maturely and delicately executed. I was very excited to see where this was heading. But I was disappointed. Any book, where injury as serious as hers was is being healed by the power of love, is a bad book.
I read these books for the characters and I got a very engaging, blooming romance, an angst-filled marriage and some scenes with all of the Brothers present, so I am pretty happy with that.
And what I mean by that is they were painfully boring and I skipped most of them. I feel like books in this series stopped being actually good after 3rd or 4th novel. People like me. But damn it, I enjoyed it.