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Review: Lover Reborn by J.R. Ward

May 6, 2012

Book 11
The Black Dagger Brotherhood Series

Ever since the death of his shellan, Tohrment has been unrecognizable from the vampire leader he once was. Physically emaciated and heartbroken beyond despair, he has been brought back to the Brotherhood by a self-serving fallen angel. Now, fighting once again with ruthless vengeance, he is unprepared to face a new kind of tragedy.

When Tohr begins to see his beloved in his dreams—trapped in a cold, isolated netherworld far from the peace and tranquillity of the Fade—he turns to the angel in hopes of saving the one he has lost. But because Lassiter tells him he must learn to love another to free his former mate, Tohr knows they are all doomed....

Except then a female with a shadowed history begins to get through to him. Against the backdrop of the raging war with the lessers, and with a new clan of vampires vying for the Blind King’s throne, Tohr struggles between the buried past and a very hot, passion-filled future…but can his heart let go and set all of them free?


I gave this book a 5
Lover Reborn by J.R. Ward is a vortex of paranoraml workmanship! We wanted him to heal, we wanted him to find peace, we wanted him to find love, again. Tohr will face the past that destroyed him and meet the woman that will mold his future. He is a shell of the warrior that he was, struggling to survive and wishing for death, but everything changes with the new guest living at the brotherhood's compound. She is has no name and is plagued by a violent past, a past that Tohr is connected to. This story is a spinning, often turbulent, flow of action, a spiral of motion that leads readers down new, unknown paths. Ward lays it all down and then she leaves us asking when the next chapter in the saga will be revealed.
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