Review: ‘Lover Mine’ by J.R. Ward
Lover Mineby J.R. Ward
Series: Black Dagger Brotherhood #8
Published by NAL on April 27th 2010
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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John Matthew has come a long way since he was found living among humans, his vampire nature unknown to himself and to those around him. After he was taken in by the Brotherhood, no one could guess what his true history was- or his true identity. Indeed, the fallen Brother Darius has returned, but with a different face and a very different destiny. As a vicious personal vendetta takes John into the heart of the war, he will need to call up on both who he is now and who he once was in order to face off against evil incarnate.
Xhex, a symphath assassin, has long steeled herself against the attraction between her and John Matthew. Having already lost one lover to madness, she will not allow the male of worth to fall prey to the darkness of her twisted life. When fate intervenes, however, the two discover that love, like destiny, is inevitable between soul mates.
I originally reviewed Lover Mine by J.R. Ward back in 2010, when I was still in the Navy. Now eight years later, I listened to Lover Mine this time around, while at work. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it this time around because of the I felt the chemistry between Xhex and John. Below you can read my original review of Lover Mine. Here is a little bit more thought on what I enjoyed about Lover Mine though:
I’m looking forward to reading the next book when I finally get the chance. I loved one scene in this book which I won’t spoil for anyone who hasn’t read this book yet. Let’s say I found something out that was interesting, and I hope J.R. Ward writes more about it.
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