Lover Eternal

Lover Eternal

A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood

eBook - 2006
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Within the brotherhood, Rhage is the vampire with the strongest appetite. He's the best fighter, the quickest to act on his impulses, and the most voracious lover-for inside him burns a ferocious curse cast by the Scribe Virgin.
Publisher: New York : New American Library, c2006
ISBN: 9781429522441
1429522445
9781429515092
1429515090
Characteristics: 441 p

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aavishkakumar
Sep 30, 2016

Really nice and short.

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Library_Witch
Aug 06, 2015

The story with Rhage and Mary was one of my favorites! I am actually a bit disappointed that we hear less of them as the series continues (fret not! They are still there!)! Their dynamic is wonderful, and I love the way Ward builds up the drama with other characters to get you amped for the next in line before you're even done with the one in your hands!

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RachelK29
Jul 03, 2014

This one wasn't quite as good as the first one, but what I noticed that I like about these over a lot of the other paranormal romance series is that the hero is obviously flawed in some way; although he is a vampire it makes the character more real and the story a little less predictable.

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natalie516
Jun 17, 2014

I'm really enjoying this series...the parts I don't enjoy involve the "lessers" and I skim those parts.

Monikan21 Jul 02, 2013

2nd in the series - story of Rhage and Mary. I liked it as much as the first book. I am hooked on the series. I think these books trump Gena Showalter's Lords of the Underworld and even Larisa Ione's - Demonica Novels.

booklady1 Dec 15, 2012

Mary is a sweetheart how can you not like her and Rhage...Ward never disappoints she will have you hooked.

tuesdayswithlori Jul 18, 2012

When I started reading this book, I immediately felt that I had read it before and that is because Gena Showalter's Lords of the Underworld is a plagarized version of this series. Having said that, I felt that Showalter's version is better. I really like the characters Rhage and Mary in the beginning of the book, but then Mary seemed a bit to knuckle-headed for me. It also felt like the author was to heavy-handed in her development of Mary. Mary is so open to helping others: works with autistic children, works on a suicide hotline, wants to take an orphaned by in her home...and yet, she is so closed off to the romance with Rhage that I wanted to shake her and then I just got disgusted with her. I also dislike it when the book uses the formula of one of the characters not dealing with their feelings for the other one until ...like...the last chapter. Ugh. I did stay up late into the night reading the ending, so I was invested in the story, but felt that the ultimate payoff was too long in coming to be really worth my while. This is the second book I have read by this author and I think it will be my last.

LaimaA Jun 25, 2012

This struck me as probably the sweetest BDB book. Rhage, although cursed, is a very fun and funny character. And Mary's my third favourite female character in the BDB world after Xhex and Bella. Very enjoyable all around.

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Tbaby
Feb 03, 2012

Rhage and Mary

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1Steen
Jan 19, 2012

Once again J.R. Ward kept me riveted
staying up late so I could finish another book, in the Black Brotherhood series! It was excellent, I feel sorry for Rhage, excellent writing! What will I read when I finished this series??

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