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What the community says about Lover Enshrined (Black Dagger Brotherhood)
- "This is really a genre book for readers who are into vampires. It builds up a vampire backstory, and then the plot plays out. I'm not really into that genre per se, but I do sometimes read fantasies involving the supernatural, in either modern day or historical settings. I think some others are more creative when it comes to how the supernatural fits into the world that we seem to know. This one has the whole vampire thing going, and the supernatural angle is part of that. Still, I thought it was a reasonable read, especially as someone who reads novel after novel. So I'd recommend it for vampire fans, and say it is optional for others."
- "I know vampire themed books about romance have a bad rap ever since Twilight but this book and this series are actually both quite good. It won't be for everyone but if you can sit down and enjoy a book for what it is without any bias going in then you will almost surely have a fun time with this one. "
- "Not sure if I love this book or just like it. At one point I almost didn't finish it, it was really dragging for mr and I felt like the Phury in the book was not the Phury we all had grown to love in previous books. I continued to read the book mainly because I planned to read future books, I didn't want to miss out on tidbits that would be more fully developed in future books, figured everyone doesn't hit a homer at bat/with each book. Plus, I wanted to give the author the benefit of the doubt: maybe she wanted the reader to know that we all have demons, we all have something we struggle with, we all thought P was perfect but he wasn't, maybe she wanted to depict his struggle with substance dependence and how it affected his love ones. I thought she did an excellent job with depicting how totally self absorbed a person can be when they're addicted to something, the drug becomes all consuming. She did a good job depicting how undependable folks who are addicted, the lies they tell to themselves and others. I also like the subplots with John and his two friends, Q and B, I hope the are featured in a book of their own. I loved the surprise return of one of their own and the intro to a new character, a fallen angel named Lassiter. The war with the lessers used to bore me but it's gotten much better and more exciting. I'm super glad the Chosen were liberated from the oppressive traditions and practices of the past."
- "While this book is extremely popular with its fan base, I would not necessarily call it a general favorite. It appeals to a specific group of readers--those who are interested in the vampire genre. Many, if not most, people seeking erotic romance novels may be pursuing a more general romance between humans in a traditional earth setting instead of a sci-fi novel"
- "Lover Unbound had good and OK points. I was not "in love" with Vishous and Jane's story like I was with Rhage and Zsadist's books. Vishous's background was heart breaking and I definately hate his father. The dynamic between The Scribe Virgin and Vishous was surprising, enlightening and difficult at times. Then there was the conversation with Butch about their attraction and deep friendship. I enjoyed these parts of the book and felt they continued to create a more detailed world of the Brotherhood. Now let's get to Jane. She was strong, smart, driven; all the things I craved in a book heroine. I liked her relationship with Vishous. They were obviously meant to be together and I was all for them getting a HEA. I shed big sloppy tears over her fate even though I read other reviews and knew what was going to happen. Having said that, how it ended was just OK. It was slightly odd, but this was a paranormal book so nothing was off the table. I wasn't shocked, just thought "well that is different". As long as Vishous and Jane were happy in the end, I was fine with whatever JR Ward wrote. But I am still stuck on how you have sex with a ghost!"