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Probably because she'd had a book report due. On the way to the staircase, Jane saw her mother in the living room. The couch cushions. Her mother was still in her pale blue wool coat with her silk scarf in her hand, and no doubt she was going to stay dressed like that until she was satisfied with the way the cushions looked.
Which might be a while. The standard against which the things were measured was the same as the hair standard: total smoothness. Jane headed up to her room. Her only hope at this point was that her father would arrive after dinner. That way, although he would still find out she was grounded, at least he wouldn't have to look at her empty seat. Like her mother, he hated anything out of order, and Jane not at the table was big-time out of order. The length of the lecture she'd get from him would be longer that way, because it would have to include both how she'd let the family down with her absence at the meal as well as the fact that she'd been rude to her mother.
Upstairs, Jane's buttercup yellow bedroom was like everything else in the house: smooth as hair and couch cushions and the way people talked.
Nothing out of place. Everything in the kind of frozen perfection you saw in house magazines. The only thing that didn't fit was Hannah. The rogue backpack went into the closet, on top of the rows of penny loafers and Mary Janes; then Jane changed out of her school uniform into a Lanz flannel nightgown.
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There was no reason to put real clothes on. She was going nowhere. She took her stack of books to her white desk. She had English homework to do. She glanced over at her bedside table.
Arabian Nights waited for her. She couldn't think of a better way to spend her punishment, but homework came first. Had to. Otherwise she would feel too guilty. Two hours later she was on her bed with Nights in her lap when the door opened and Hannah's head poked in. Her curly red hair was another deviation. The rest of them were blonds. Look at your card! I made it for you. One had straight blond hair and the word Jane written under it.
The other had curly red hair and the name Hannah at its feet. They were holding hands and had big smiles on their circle faces. Just as Jane went to open the card, a pair of headlights swept the front of the house and started coming up the driveway. Or maybe she was distracted by… well, whatever Hannah got distracted by.
She was mostly in her daydreams, which was probably why she was happy all the time. But I'm really sorry that your party got quitted. I like my card. I like it because you made it for me.
In a rush she ate Hannah's snack, shoved the basket into the folds of the drapes next to the bed, and went to the stack of her schoolbooks. She took Dickens's The Pickwick Papers back with her to the bed.
She figured if she was working on school stuff when her father came in, it would buy her some brownie points. Her parents came upstairs an hour later and she tensed, expecting her father to knock. He didn't. Which was weird. He was, in his controlling way, as reliable as a clock, and there was a strange comfort in his predictability, even though she didn't like dealing with him.
She put Pickwick aside, turned the light out, and tucked her legs under her frilly duvet. Beneath the canopy of her bed she couldn't sleep, and eventually she heard the grandfather clock at the head of the stairs chime twelve times. Slipping from bed, she went to the closet, got out the rogue knapsack, and unzipped it.
The Ouija board fell out, flipping open and landing faceup on the floor. She grabbed it with a wince, as if it might have broken or something, then got the pointer thingy. She and her friends had been looking forward to playing the game because they all wanted to know who they were going to marry.
Jane liked a boy named Victor Browne, who was in her math class. The two of them had been talking a little lately, and she really thought they could be a couple. Trouble was, she wasn't sure what he felt for her. Maybe he just liked her because she gave him answers. Jane laid out the board on her bed, rested her hands on the pointer, and took a deep breath. And it didn't. A couple more tries and she leaned back in frustration. After a minute she rapped on the wall behind her headboard.
Her sister knocked back, and a little later Hannah sneaked in through the door. When she saw the game, she got excited and jumped on the bed, bouncing the pointer into the air. What if the answer wasn't Victor? Put your fingertips on the pointer, but don't push down or anything. Just—like that, yup. Okay… Who is Hannah going to marry?
Even after Jane repeated the question. Put your hands back up. When it came to rest on the letter V, Jane trembled. Heart in her throat, she watched it move to the letter I. You're going to marry Victor! This was too good to be— The pointer landed on the letter S. Let's find out who it is.
And what kind of boy had a name like Vis— Jane fought to redirect the pointer, but it insisted on going to the letter H. Then O, U, and once more to S. Dread coated the inside of Jane's rib cage. This was the worst birthday she'd ever had. When Jane hesitated, she frowned.
It's only fair. The pointer didn't move. Maybe the board couldn't spell?
The pointer started to squeak. They both stared at the thing. Hannah's arms went around herself. I dropped it. I'll always get you something for Christmas. Stupid board. When her world hits rock bottom, she stumbles across wolf shifter, Devin Caedmon, who offers her safety and protection. She learns to trust the wolf, but has yet to trust the man. Hell no. Until he moves to New Wurzburg and meets Friederike Burkhart.
And someone wants her dead for it. For the first time, Rain has something worth fighting for, worth living for. Worth dying for. His plan is easier said than done, especially when not just any woman will do. When their captors separate the three women, they vow to reunite, no matter the cost. But now someone knows the truth and is determined to exterminate her family line. Living on borrowed time in the midst of this dangerous game of hide and seek, the last thing Elodie needs to do is fall in love.
But Sawyer is determined to protect her, and the brooding, angry boy is more than what he seems. Can they outsmart a madman? And if they survive, will they find a way to beat the curse for good?
Using her knowledge and research, she helped save the Redwood Pack from devastation. Not since she lost her mate so long ago.
Now there is a new, younger wolf, entering her life and it will take more than her nose in a book to figure out the warmth in her heart is much more than a promise of a new feeling. Banished from my birth pack after a bloodbath, I never wanted a mate. Then I meet Kylie. My temptation. The next day, she was dead. He might possess her over and over in erotic dreams that leave her aching for the rough heat of his touch, but she knows that in reality, he is far too dangerous for her to handle.
Now he walks alone. But Sienna stirs his primal heart, even as he tells himself she is far too young to handle the wild fury of the wolf. But ooooh, he smells so good. Now grown up, the alpha of the pack tries to make her his mate against her will—Bella knows she has no choice but to run away.
How about a blindfold, too, he thought. In fact, I want you armed if you go to ZeroSum. Not really. Because of what happened back then…you know, in the stairwell? And be honest. Z blinked once. A third time. You heard me? It was NOT your fault. You and me? Same as always, no matter who you screw. View all comments.
I would have gave it 5 stars if not for Phury. Truly that Brother rubs me the wrong way every time he is on the page. And he had too many pages in this book. I know his book is next, but man I could've done with a lot less Phury.
Anyways V and Jane's story was sweet, kinky, and very angsty. In this book there was a lot of different povs as J.
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Ward tends to jump from story line to story line almost like a soap. You get half a chapter of this couple then it shoots to another or this other brother, or the lessers etc.
And while that kind of layout doesn't really bother me it was really pronounced in this book compared to the last 4 so it took some getting use too. Surely she meant that in the broader sense. In horror he stared at what was behind his tattooed skin: The glow in him was just like hers. Never knowing who his mother was boy was he shocked when the Scribe Virgin came to him and let him know that she was in fact his birth mother, and that she was going to make him her "Primale".
The Primale is the male that is mated to all the chosen, lives in the fade, and has to make babies with all his 40 or so mates. Like a stud bull or something. And she didn't care one bit that he didn't want to be her breed stud.
So he was understandably pissed at mommy dearest. Also as V's past with this father the bloodletter is revealed and you find out the horrid torture he endure while his mother did nothing, yea she wasn't smelling like roses at all. V had some major emotional issues from his past. I loved the way he let Jane in and showed her the real him.
Even as close as he was with Butch she and him just clicked. Jane was this amazing human surgeon. She saved V when he landed in her er with a stab wound and a gun shot to the chest. Jane didn't have the greatest of lives but she was smart as hell and made something of herself. What I really loved about Jane was that she didn't look like most heroines.
She had short hair, glasses, flatter body and was more on the plain or average side when it came to her looks. I also loved that even though she wasn't a knockout she was totally comfortable and confident in her skin. She knew who she was, what she wanted, and her worth.
I also really liked how open minded she was. She was calm under pressure, was wholly accepting, and supportive of her male.
Anyone would. It doesn't make you weak. You were violently maimed by someone who should have protected and nurtured you. The fact that you're still standing is a miracle.
I respect you for it. And I'm going to keep loving you even after you don't know I exist. I loved the fact that even though V and Jane had kinky sex they made love as well. Something V had never done with anyone else. Jane and V really just kinda click like missing puzzle pieces that go together. I know a lot of readers are fans of Butch and V and wished they would have gotten together but I always just seen them as brothers and best friends so I was glad that the Warden didn't put them together.
I was glad that Phury stepped up for V and became the primale. I was hoping that he would be able to redeem himself in the act but instead he just brought Cormia over here to a place where she doesn't know anything. She doesn't know how to use a phone, where to get food, how the simplest of things work.
She was completely alone, scared shitless, and overwhelmed and he just pretty much abandoned her so he could go back to doing his drugs and lusting after his brother's wife Bella. I already didn't care for Phury from the way he acted like his brother Z was ruined but in this book my feelings for him started leaning towards dislike and I am so not looking forward to his book.
Now John Matthew I want his book bad! I loved all the bonding him and Z have been doing. I also loved how Z really stepped up with teaching the classes and with JM. I really enjoyed the fact that this book was lesser pov free. Overall this book was a good addition to the series, but not one of my favorites. View all 26 comments. What is it about this series that gets me to love it more each time I read it? I keep reading the entire series over and over again - never getting bored but just more into it than ever.
I can't keep away from these books and characters. But so "true". I may not have been crazy about Vishous in the beginning And I still don't "feel" t What is it about this series that gets me to love it more each time I read it? It was probably more about you just caring about someone for the first time. Jane is perfect for him - she's intelligent, compassionate, caring and the first person he trusted enough to talk about himself and his life. The only thing that still bothers me is the fact that Jane, whilst being his mate, is not really human.
She goes from to Yes, of course this is fantasy Right, she becomes corporeal but there are so many things that they can't truly do to and with each other.
He really had a raw deal It just isn't always a gentle one. Or one that seems fair at the time. But I dunno, I try to trust in it now. When I freak, I just try to Because at the end of the day, what else can you do? Choice only gets you so far. Reasoning and planning too.
The rest Where we end up, who we know, what happens to the people we love I am still p I am so into reading the books I find myself reading each page slowly so I can prolong the pleasure I have read all the previous books in the series and have mixed feelings about Vishous. His conflicting feelings towards Butch…. So I was really happy when he found Jane, a doctor who saved his life and he falls in love with her.
But hey, this is just a story…right!!!!! As I got more into the story, my feelings towards Vishous slowly began to change. What a broken man. A life filled with pain, cruelty, heartbreak, loss and loneliness. Discovering the truth about his birth, his mother who put a curse on him and terrible father who tortured and almost castrated him …. I really felt so sorry for this guy….. No wonder he led such a depraved life…. Of course Jane falls in love with this hot, gorgeous and sexy man.
And he…. And she is an eager initiator to his sexual games and toys!!!!!! Why did Jane have to die???? Somehow her coming back as a ghost thanks to the sacrifice Vishous made….. After everything Vishous has endured in his life, he is still short-changed.
I wanted to see him having some good given to him…but no……he has to do with the woman he loves in the form of a ghost!!!!!! How much more can this guy endure!!!!!! And yes I knew all along…. Gay warriors…. Guess I will have to wait for the next book!!!!!!! View all 15 comments. Apr 28, Christy rated it it was amazing. Vishous is now my favorite member of the brotherhood A bisexual dominant vampire with kidnapping expertise.
His visions have dried up. And to top it off, he has feelings for his roommate, Butch, who is mated to Marissa. V copes by drinking Goose, and going to his penthouse for some fun. The big We find that its significant for V. Because of his parents view spoiler [His mother is the Scribe Virgin?!?! Basically he will be mated with multiple members of the chosen to procreate for the race. Its complicated. While V is out one night, he finds himself in some trouble with some lessers.
He gets shot in the chest. Before one of his brothers finds him, someone calls an ambulance and he gets taken to the local hospital where Dr. Jane Whitcomb saves his life. Jane is a spitfire. She is independent, tough, and spunky. She is smart and has a great sense of humor. And she is head of the trauma department at the hospital. She is a surgeon and she is good at her job. They get to Jane, and V stops them. For some reason, the he gets a vision.
She is a doctor. Thats just what she does. Even when Phurry runs in to some trouble, she helps him. The more time she spends with Vishous, she starts to realize she is safe with him. He is not the monster she thought he was. V and Jane open up to each other.
V knows Jane will only be there until he is fully healed, then he will have to wipe her memory and let her go.
Because of this, he finds himself opening up even more to her. Telling her things he has never told anyone before. The things we find out about Vishous and hsi upbringing broke my heart. I know Z had it really bad, but so did V. Makes me so sad. Vishous starts to fall for Jane.
The two of them together Not only is Jane human, but she is a surgeon. She has a life she cannot easily give up. But Vishous needs her. He loves her. She is his. I was shocked with how the book ended. Jane and Vishous together Loved it!
John Matthew- I was happy we got so much of him in this book! Lack of lessers!!! Less from their pov!!! I was glad I connected with him in this one. Even if it wasn't yours. The two of them together are just hilarious! No way I would ever bottom for you.
These books are just incredible! I cried, I laughed, I cried some more Fair warning: You will probably be an emotional wreck while reading this one, I know I was! Dare I say i love him even more than Z I feel like after every book I have a new favorite, but really I just love them all!!! A must read series! View all 63 comments.
Mar 07, Julianna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Reviewed for THC Reviews I had read and greatly enjoyed the first four volumes of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but after seeing many negative ratings and reviews for Lover Unbound , I procrastinated about reading it. Admittedly, it's predecessor, Lover Revealed , had probably been my least favorite of the series thus far, and somehow I allowed all the low ratings to influence me into thinking that Lover Unbound was the worst book in the series to date.
Well, after finally reading it, nothin Reviewed for THC Reviews I had read and greatly enjoyed the first four volumes of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but after seeing many negative ratings and reviews for Lover Unbound , I procrastinated about reading it. Well, after finally reading it, nothing could be further from the truth in my opinion. Lover Unbound is now in a virtual tie with Lover Awakened for my favorite book in the series.
I readily admit that for sheer heart-stopping romance and passion, Lover Awakened and some of the other earlier books are superior, but for it's well-rounded story and advancement of the overall vampire world, Lover Unbound was absolutely spectacular to me. It is true that the romantic scenes and relationship building between the two main characters of this novel was somewhat scaled back when compared with the previous books in the series, and the love scenes are generally shorter and less descriptive as well.
In spite of this though, J. Ward managed to create a deep bond between Vishous and Jane in a very short time that was both intellectual and emotional, and which I found to be very beautiful. Even with the more abbreviated scenes, they connected with each other and me as the reader in a way that some characters fail to do when the entire novel is all theirs.
It is a very rare occurrence for a story to move me in such a deep and compelling way, but I found myself not just tearing up, but actually crying more than once throughout the book. By the same token, the occasional sharp, sarcastic humor make me smile or even laugh, though this definitely is still a dark read. For it to elicit such emotional responses from me, I know that it was very well-written. I positively loved V and Jane. They are one of the most perfect, made-for-each-other couples I have ever read in a romance novel.
It is probably because I am a geek married to a geek, but I felt connected with both characters on a very personal level. Vishous, like all of his brothers, is a wounded and tortured hero, but in a more extreme way than everyone else except Zsadist. Like Z, he has suffered unconscionable abuse, but at the hands of his own father, because of choices that his mother made.
Add to that his absolute genius and his powerful gifts that in many ways are far more like a curse, and he is a truly misunderstood soul. Then, Jane came into his life and understood V in a way that no one else ever had except Butch. Jane is a brilliant woman in her own right who possesses many wonderful gifts as well. She is physically plain, but connected to V on the intellectual and emotional level that he so desperately longed for.
It was like she intuitively knew exactly what he needed, as well as when and why. I completely adored Jane, because she was an incredibly confident and cerebral woman with a deeply compassionate side, which is pretty amazing considering how her family treated her growing up. Even though her talents had rightfully earned her a position as chief of the trauma department, she maintained a degree of humility by not thinking it beneath her to care for a patient's more personal needs, such as giving V a sponge bath, and she was always ready with a kind word or a gentle touch.
In my opinion, these things made for a wonderful combination, giving Jane status as one of the most perfectly rendered heroines I have ever read. I especially enjoyed V and Jane's lighter moments of sharp-witted banter, but in whatever capacity they were interacting, I found them to be a superbly, ideal couple. While I would have liked even more scenes with V and Jane, the cast of secondary characters was so fabulous, I can hardly complain.
It seems that Ms. Ward is moving in the direction of beginning the development of relationships before those characters become the focus of their own book. Such was the case with Phury and Cormia, who are the hero and heroine of the next book, Lover Enshrined. Phury has always been the controlled gentleman of the Brotherhood, but he has slowly been coming unglued. In spite of that though, he not surprisingly still makes a huge sacrifice for V and the Brotherhood in general.
Even though Cormia is first introduced in this story, I have already found her to be endearingly innocent, while also being curious and strong-willed. It will be interesting to watch her hopefully come into her own in the next book. I also enjoyed watching John Matthew grow and change in more ways than one. He had some really wonderful scenes in this story. There is a tentative connection developing between him and Xhex, as well as a deepening of his friendships with Zsadist, and with Qhuinn and Blaylock.
It was really nice to see John starting to make connections and build a little confidence, even though he still feels like a freak. It was also interesting to learn a bit more about the history of the Scribe Virgin and the Chosen and their world on the Other Side. I have to admit to never having much of a liking for the Scribe Virgin in previous books and throughout most of Lover Unbound, I liked her even less. She has just always seemed rather selfish to me, but she did begin to redeem herself by the end in my opinion.
In addition, all the remaining members of the Brotherhood, most of their shellans and some other secondary characters from past novels in the series make an appearance in some capacity giving this story a very extensive and well-rounded cast.
I know from all the low ratings that there are many things which some readers disliked about Lover Unbound , but there was very little that bothered me. Though I am not certain of all the specific complaints, I believe the ending was one of the biggest. I, however, had no real issues with it.
While it was certainly not traditional in any way and I admit may take some getting used to even for me, it was definitely a happy one. Ward approached it in Lover Unbound was a rather creative one. I also thought it was rather ingenious that she dropped subtle clues throughout the story as to where it was leading.
The only thing that would have improved the ending for me would have been one more long romantic scene between V and Jane.
I really like books that make me think and Lover Unbound , due in part to this thread, certainly accomplished that. I also really enjoyed learning more about the vampire history and the key role that Darius apparently has and will continue to play in it, as well as all the changes that are afoot in the entire vampire world, which seem to be leading to something truly big in the future.
After reading Lover Unbound I find myself in awe of J. Ward's writing skills. It has definitely earned a place on my keeper shelf. In my opinion, this book and the Black Dagger Brotherhood series in general is a literary gem.
It is apparent to me that Ms. Ward has an incredible imagination and that great thought and care has gone into the creation of each book. Every chapter adds a new piece to the puzzle and the much larger myth that J. Ward's fertile mind has created. Each new book seems to be an even greater intellectual feast, which leaves me pondering over this fantasy realm long after the last page has been turned. I can't wait to read the next book, and greatly look forward to seeing where this inventive and riveting story leads.
Sensitive readers should be forewarned that this book contains strong language, as well as explicit violence that includes torture and explicit sexual content that includes some BDSM. View all 23 comments. I'm pretty sure my reviews are becoming predictable with this series but I can't apologise. The black dagger stories grab, me, turn me upside down and back to front, ensure that I am helplessly in love and for several hours consume me.
So with that being said I'm not sure I can produce anything but a gushing review about the Black Dagger Brotherhood Let's start with the prologue, i'm pretty impressed that this author so repeatedly makes me fall in love with these fictional characters. Yet again we are introduced to a new character - Jane, the prologue itself sets the mood for the book, achingly sad, exciting yet heart breaking. Right down to the last page of the epilogue this story had my full attention.
I loved every word, every chapter and here I am again blown away by this world of vampires, eternal love and fang like drama. I don't know how the author achieves it but she combines mini stories throughout the book, threading it all together to make one fantastic story and although we read about many characters in 'lover unbound' the shining stars in this story are Vishous and Jane. A life changing, life saving moment between a doctor and a vampire turns everything around for this duo.
Curiosity of another species and a natural mating instinct clashes in this meeting of vampire and human and I absolutely loved the story of V and Jane. My usual gushing in my reviews for this series is normally reserved for the Brotherhood but in this case I can't let it pass up to explain my like towards Jane the female lead.
A doctor with a sad story to tell, is talented and passionate in her field as a surgeon, from the moment we meet her I was sold. This feisty character has strength and heart, she is more than a perfect match for our brother Vishous. Vishous is a brother who has a lot on his plate from struggling with relationships, to family secrets, to trying to find his own happiness and loss of his purpose. This brother needs a serious break. In book number five of this series readers have the opportunity to fall for this character and believe me I fell hard.
He has a vulnerability and strength in equal measure and once given the chance this vamp knows how to love, charm and bring humour to an at times intense book.
This book for me by far has been the darkest. The story was laced with a History of abuse and suffering that I found at times difficult to read but it wasn't unnecessary it all added to the character building and story plot. I found myself so wrapped up in the storyline I laughed and cried right along side the characters. As mentioned before the story is filled with snippets from other characters lives making it near on impossible not to be thinking about books in the future.
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You think you know which Brother has won your book heart then you get introduced to another brother. I can't wait to read more about John Matthew and Phury and of course I can't help but love to read more about my favourite of the brotherhood - Zsadist, you feel me?
So once again i was addicted to action, Got wrapped up with the chemistry. I was mesmerised with the characters. I cried, laughed and fell helplessly in love. Will I tire of this addiction to the Brotherhood? Read on Here's a few of my favourite quotes to keep you going Both descents stripped you bare and left you as you were at your core.
And both endings are equally painful. It was the I infinite. The eternal. That which sustained. View all 86 comments. Jul 27, xrysa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Buddy re read with Macha: He was always distant from the other brothers but he actually developed a deep relationship with his buddy Butch. I liked what was happening between them and V's inner monologues made me hurt for him.
During the whole book we get to know him bet Buddy re read with Macha: During the whole book we get to know him better. He had a fucked up childhood because he grew up with his father.
Bloodletter was one of the most vicious warriors that had ever existed. He was treated with the same toil, wickedness and inhumanity as the others. His curse made things worse as his father attempted to fix him but he only broke him. His only solace was an imaginary mum who was comforting him and Darius's diary. Now in the present his visions have dried up and a nightmare is torturing him every time he goes to sleep. Like these arent enough he learns the truth about his mother and why he was abandonned.
His mum annoyes me big time. I know that she had to leave him but you arent allowed after years to command your son's life. That's unacceptable. V's life is put in danger by some lessers and Jane , a human doctor, is doing her best to save his life.
However things didnt evolve like Jane wanted because V had other plans for them. I love their relationship. Both of them have so many things in common and they are so smart. We get to meet an other side of V's character.
He is actually sweet and caring.
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I wanted to hug him. I also loved Jane a lot. She faced his past as a she should. I like it. It will always feel weird reading that she is a view spoiler [ghost hide spoiler ] but I am grateful that S. Virgin did her best this time. View all 39 comments. This book was amazing in a lot of ways.
Who would have thought I would go ga-ga over a bisexual, seriously dominant, kinda scary guy like Vishous? Well I fell, flat on my face. This guy is amazing. He is extremely attractive, imagine big, tall, ice blue eyes, black hair I'm a sucker for blue eyes and black hair , and extremely intelligent also. The way that JR Ward wrote this book did it.
She put so much love and effort into telling this man's story that you couldn't help but love him. I love h This book was amazing in a lot of ways. I love his selfless love for Butch. I love how he looked at Jane and saw his soulmate. I love that he fights for the Brothers and helps them out in manifold ways. Also I cry for the torture and abuse he suffered at the hands of his so-called father. And what amounts to neglect from his mother. And then she wants him to step up as Primale and leave behind all that he loves And not to mention having to give up Butch but always be there for him.
This book really ripped away at my heart. I couldn't put it down. I really liked Jane. She was very down to earth and likable. But tough at the same time. Most people would have flipped out when they were exposed to a world that was so different from what they knew. She took it like a champ. And she never even blinked at the fact that Vishous was in love with another man and was seriously into bondage and stuff. She accepted him for who he was. Jane fits into the Brotherhood's life like a long-lost puzzle.
She is the half to Vishous' whole that he was missing. She doesn't replace Butch but she still gives Vishous the love and acceptance he deserved for so long. If I had one complaint, then it was how things were resolved with Jane. Don't worry.
They end up together. I can't give it away because it will spoil it. I am still feeling a little uncertain about that.
Otherwise, I loved this story. Even writing about it makes me get an ache in my chest.On the far side of the cozy chairs and the wellthumbed magazines of the waiting area, it was all clinical business, people in scrubs and traditional white nursing uniforms striding around with trays and laptops and stethoscopes.
Beneath the canopy of her bed she couldn't sleep, and eventually she heard the grandfather clock at the head of the stairs chime twelve times. Now that his visions had dried up and that whole mind-reading thing had gone poof!? She was very down to earth and likable. I knew he had the past but I had never expected it being this tortuous.
With literally no women in sight, Owen will be lucky to find a date, let alone his true mate. It was probably more about you just caring about someone for the first time. Get A Copy.
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