Lover Eternal

Lover Eternal

A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood

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From #1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward comes the second novel in the blockbuster Black Dagger Brotherhood series....

 
"THE HOTTEST COLLECTION OF STUDS IN ROMANCE. I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE!"-- New York Times Bestselling Author Angela Knight
 
Within the Black Dagger Brotherhood, Rhage is the warrior vampire with the strongest appetites. He's the deadliest fighter, the most voracious lover, the quickest to act on his impulses. He's also been cursed with two hundred years of hell. Possessed by a beast, he lives in fear of the times when his inner dragon comes out and he's a danger to everyone around him.
 
Mary Luce has unwittingly found herself in the vampire world, and under Rhage's protection. With her own life-threatening curse to bear, she's not looking for love. Besides, she's stopped believing in saving grace and miracles long ago. But when Rhage's intense sexual attraction turns into emotional bonding, he knows he must have her for his mate. As their enemies close in, Mary finds herself praying for something she fears she'll never have: life eternal with the one she loves.
ISBN: 9780451218049
Branch Call Number: Romance

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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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