Tag: JR Ward

Review: The Thief by J.R. Ward

Posted May 16, 2018 by Una in paranormal romance, Rating B, reviews
Review: The Thief by J.R. Ward

The Thief Author: J.R.Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: B What I’m Talking About: The Thief is the sixteenth novel in the Black Dagger Brotherhood (BDB) series.  Though some overarching plot lines are resolved and/or made more convoluted, it was as gripping and intriguing as I’ve come to expect.   Suffice to say, The Thief resolves the […]

Review: Dearest Ivie by J.R. W..

Posted March 29, 2018 by Una in paranormal romance, Rating B, reviews
Review: Dearest Ivie by J.R. Ward

Dearest Ivie Author: J.R. Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: A-/B+ What I’m Talking About: Dearest Ivie is a novella in the world of Black Dagger Brotherhood (BDB).  I enjoyed this short story of romance that alludes to a previous novel but instead of following the heartbreaking ending, this one is happy and hopeful. I really enjoyed […]

Sunday Snippet: Blood Fury by ..

Posted February 4, 2018 by Una in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet: Blood Fury by J.R. Ward

 About the Book Blood Fury    Author:  JR Ward Publisher:   Ballantine Books Released:  January 9, 2018 Series:   Black Dagger Legacy #3 Genre:  Paranormal Romance Author contact links:   Website Purchase links:  Amazon REVIEW Snippet: As her surgeon headed for the door, Novo admitted to herself that he was right.  It was way too ambitious on her part […]

Review: Blood Fury by J.R. War..

Posted January 10, 2018 by Una in paranormal romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: Blood Fury by J.R. Ward

Blood Fury Author: J.R. Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: A What I’m Talking About: The latest offering in the Black Dagger Legacy series, Blood Fury is, suffice to say, awesome.  The twin love stories combined with the on-going background original story lines is gripping, especially as the romantic journey of the couples is the stronger focal […]

Sunday Snippet: The Chosen by ..

Posted May 28, 2017 by Una in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet: The Chosen by J. R. Ward

 About the Book The Chosen    Author:  J. R. Ward Publisher:   Ballantine Books Released:  April 4, 2017 Series:   Black Dagger Brotherhood #15 Genre:  Paranormal Romance Author contact links:   Facebook, Website Purchase links:  Amazon REVIEW Snippet: As she opened things up, Blay and Qhuinn weren’t even looking in her direction.  They were bent over Lyric’s bassinet. “–Layla’s eyes,” […]

Review: The Chosen by J.R. War..

Posted April 27, 2017 by Una in paranormal romance, Rating B, reviews
Review: The Chosen by J.R. Ward

The Chosen Author: J.R. Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: B What I’m Talking About: The Chosen is a novel that I have both wanted and dreaded.  This fifteenth book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series was to be a make or break book for me.  Suffice to say, the WARDen found and worked that special magic.  […]

Review: Blood Vow by J.R. Ward

Posted December 14, 2016 by Una in paranormal romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: Blood Vow by J.R. Ward

Blood Vow Author: J.R. Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: The Warden has truly brought us back to essence of what made her Black Dagger Brotherhood (BDB) series so addictive at its inception.  Blood Vow is an emotionally charged, grittily gripping, and darkly sensual read. ****Please note that this review may contain […]

Review: The Beast by JR Ward

Posted April 5, 2016 by Jen in paranormal romance, Rating C, reviews
Review: The Beast by JR Ward

The Beast Author: JR Ward Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C+ What I’m Talking About: Hello. My name is Jen. I am a recovering BDB addict… Yes, I was one of the many who felt betrayed by JR Ward when she wrote and released the previous Black Dagger Brotherhood book, The Shadows. I wanted to read […]

Review: Blood Kiss by J.R. War..

Posted December 31, 2015 by Una in paranormal romance, Rating B, reviews
Review: Blood Kiss by J.R. Ward

Blood Kiss Author: J.R. Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: B What I’m Talking About: Blood Kiss is the debut novel in Ms. Ward’s spin-off series, Black Dagger Legacy.  For fans of the series, it is a fascinating look at how the Black Dagger Brotherhood will increase the number of soldiers along with checking in on previous […]

Review: The Shadows by JR Ward

Posted April 6, 2015 by Jen in paranormal romance, reviews
Review: The Shadows by JR Ward

The Shadows Author: JR Ward Reviewer: Jen Twimom What I’m Talking About: I freely admit that I am a JR Ward – Black Dagger Brotherhood junkie. I will devour a book, pick it apart, complain about what did or did not happen, and still go back for more the following year. I preordered The Shadows […]

Review: The King by JR Ward

Posted April 7, 2014 by Jen in paranormal romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: The King by JR Ward

The King Author: JR Ward Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: JR Ward’s twelfth endeavor in her extremely popular Black Dagger Brotherhood, The King, is the ambitious tale covering the lives of several key characters: most notably Vampire King Wrath and his lovely Queen, Beth. The pair was the focus of the […]

My #FridayReads is The King by..

Posted April 4, 2014 by Jen in Uncategorized
My #FridayReads is The King by JR Ward

Sorry, no review today… I’m still reading! I hope to have my review of The King by JR Ward up soon! Don’t forget there is still time to enter the AWESOME Don’t Be a Fool Blog Follower GIVEAWAY! Click the image below for more info. What are you reading this lovely Friday?

Celebrating 2012 Books & T..

Posted December 31, 2012 by Vampbard in Uncategorized
Celebrating 2012 Books & The Princess Bride

Sometimes, when I’m reading a book that I’m really into, I MAY have been known to assign characters from a book to a series or movie.  I decided that for my year-end post that I would create a cast list for a   25th Anniversary edition of The Princess Bride.  One of my all-time FAVORITE […]

Saturday Conversations 09/29/2..

Posted September 29, 2012 by Jen in Saturday Conversations
Saturday Conversations 09/29/2012

Magnificent Misfits Looking at the rather insane collection of books that line the shelves above my desk, it occurred to me that almost all of them have a good bit in common. One of those things is the use of that most relatable underdogs: the misfit. Be it the hero, heroine, or sidekick (especially when […]