Lover Eternal: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Mar 7, 2006 - Fiction - 464 pages
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Within the brotherhood, Rhage is the vampire with the strongest appetites. He’s the best fighter, the quickest to act on his impulses, and the most voracious lover—for inside him burns a ferocious curse cast by the Scribe Virgin. Possessed by this dark side, Rhage fears the times when his inner dragon is unleashed, making him a danger to everyone around him.

Mary Luce, a survivor of many hardships, is unwittingly thrown into the vampire world and reliant on Rhage’s protection. With a life-threatening curse of her own, Mary is not looking for love. Her faith in miracles was lost years ago. But when Rhage’s intense animal attraction turns into something more emotional, he knows that he must make Mary his alone. And while their enemies close in, Mary fights desperately to gain life eternal with the one she loves…


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A wonderful love story. - LibraryThing
Ward's writing is lovely and captivating. - LibraryThing
Ward continues to deliver a great love story! - LibraryThing
I was not too fond of the ending. - LibraryThing
... err... I mean sex scenes are very... - LibraryThing
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User Review  - mojo09226 - LibraryThing

Just as a quick side note: I just got some extra cash so I went on a book crazy buying spree, so I have a TON of stuff coming your way, not to mention what I already have on my shelf I have no read ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

This paranormal story had plenty of action, dealt with some real life issues and had a captivating ending but for me it was slow going midway because of all the violence and so much time spent on the bad guys. Vampire Rhage struggles with his inner dragon and he is calmed by Mary's voice. Read full review


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