Lover Enshrined: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood

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Penguin, 2008 - Fiction - 542 pages
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In the shadows of the night in Caldwell, New York, there's a deadly war raging between vampires and their slayers. And there exists a secret band of brothers like no other—six vampire warriors, defenders of their race. And now, a dutiful twin must choose between two lives...

Fiercely loyal to the Black Dagger Brotherhood, Phury has sacrificed himself for the good of the race, becoming the male responsible for keeping the Brotherhood's bloodlines alive. As Primale of the Chosen, he is to father the sons and daughters who will ensure that the traditions of the race survive and that there are warriors to fight those who want all vampires extinguished.

As his first mate, the Chosen Cormia wants to win not only his body but his heart for herself- she sees the emotionally scarred male behind all his noble responsibility. But while the war with the Lessening Society grows more grim, and tragedy looms over the Brotherhood's mansion, Phury must decide between duty and love.

 

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User Review  - ca.bookwyrm - LibraryThing

I think I will be stopping this series with this book. There are too many plot threads heading in too many directions. This no longer seems like a paranormal romance series, but like Ward's trying to ... Read full review

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User Review  - BethanyMoore - LibraryThing

Not my fav in the series, but still good, and so heart-wrenching in places. I could tell Phury was headed down a rough path from previous books, but damn... and excuse me, but how do you sign up for a job you aren't capable of doing? Ugh, he made me so mad at times! Read full review

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J. R. Ward lives in the South with her incredibly supportive husband and her beloved golden retriever. After graduating from law school, she began working in health care in Boston and spent many years as chief of staff for one of the premier academic medical centers in the nation.

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