Lover Eternal by J.R. Ward, now you can read online. “Ah, hell, V, you’re killing me.” Butch O’Neal mined through his sock drawer, looking for black silk, finding. (Part of the Black Dagger Brotherhood (#2) Series and Black Dagger (#2) Series) . In Lover Eternal the main story revolves around the vampire warrior Rhage. Gift Center ยท Sign Up. Lover Eternal: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, J.R. Ward Narrator Rating (18). 1 2 3 4 5 Written By: J.R. Ward. Narrated By: .

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Something dark and lethal seethed behind the flashy exterior, and you knew it the eterna you saw him. Are you wet for me Mary? I want to be with you.

Lover Eternal (Black Dagger Brotherhood #2) (US Ed.)

She ran over the fro 4. Because what 2# dear Holy Mary do next? Just please, have something. The musical lilt of her voice, the rhythm of her speech, the sound of her words, it all spread through him, calming him, comforting him. It was funny and cute how he was like a loving puppy with her after having just ripped a bunch of bodies apart. Hallelujah, all my prayers have finally been answered!!

So dear Rhage gets home after getting it on with that unknown chick did I mention the chick was hot? She didn’t just fall into his arms because of his looks and reputation.


The cliffhanger – it has nothing to do with Rhage and Mary, but still, my advice is to have the third book already open on the first page ’cause you won’t be able to stop yourself from reading it ASAP!

This book is the second of a series of many enthusiastic, awe inspiring novels. His voice was like sandpaper. He was willing to walk away from the brotherhood for her. He is not the cocky womanizer the first book displayed- he is so much more that that.

He’s full of calculated malice and likes getting his hands dirty. John is a twenty-three year old gawky boy who is muted and the only one who really understands him is Mary.

I just don’t care about following too many storylines at the same time. And once the beast is released, he only goes away after destroying and eating – ew everything around it. He decides to see her again and again!

If you don’t like romance and get annoyed by tropes, you’ll probably hate this. He definately rates top 5 easily. This book also plays a main part because it leads to some of the following stories. Throughout this story we have of course go back and forth to the Lessers who have set up a torture facility and a side plot develops which finds Bella irresistibly drawn to Zsadist. That is, until he meets Mary: Once again it’s multi layered with amazing lead characters that are extremely well developed with depth and purpose.

Overall, this is my second favorite book in the series and it just makes me so happy.


Because I was reading on my Kindle and didn’t want to break it in a fit of sugar shock-induced violence. It feels so good re-reading these books.

One of my favorites in the series. I also think that Mary found it hard to believe all the sweet, endearing things Rhage proclaimed. If possible, I think I enjoyed this book more than the first. love

She lives alone and cares deeply for her neighbor Bella. Be glad and rejoicedear friends and enemies, for my PNR allergy has come back full force. Well, I must say I do have a weird rash all over my body right now, but I guess that’s a side-effect of level 10 sugar dagfer poisoning the deadliest kind.

The story After meeting a boy who looks to be a pretransitioned vampire, Bella “I don’t want to stop, Mary. So of course she pushed him away a few times and lashed out. Well-done story, funny, passionate and built with a great sense of continuity. A man that wreaks of youth and vitality when she is facing certain death. blaci

Lover Eternal (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #2) by J.R. Ward

He closed his eyes. This is also the book where we meet John Matthews. Yep, self-respect is seriously overrated these days.