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I've read all of J.R. Ward and really like her series, with a few exceptions. For this one, The Savior, I was happy with the basic story and glad to finally find out what she told us of Murdher's history and a resolution to his ongoing life. Murhder and Sarah will make a great pair and it's exciting to see this new evil (I have an inkling of where this new entity has come from). However, I have to say I was, overall, disappointed. Harken back to, say the first 5 or 6 novels in this series. This one does not come close. Although we get the facts of Murhder's history, we don't get the FEELING. What she has left out (in haste? boredom?) is the depth of the story. Let me give an example. Remember Z's story -- the detail, the pages and chapters it took to get it out of him -- it really took you with him on that journey. With Murhder we get a short synopsis of what the symphaths did to him, but no depth. I'm still not sure exactly what he went through and why it was so destructive to his very sanity. Another example -- the end summed up too quickly -- we had everybody happy without a whimper from anyone. Is everyone just getting so lovable and peaceable that there's no controversy anymore? No one to convince? I just think so much dialogue, arguments, back stories, flashbacks, were left out. Not like the initial books I grew to love and have reread several times. I might reread this once just to give a second chance, but after that. hmmph.
I am a huge fan of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series and of all writing of JR Ward. But I must say I was disappointed, for the first time, in the writing quality of this book. Too much word overuse and other technical writing errors throughout. Not the usual high standard I've come to expect from this author. I love the storyline, but the poor quality of the writing was a detractor.
This was a great read, but I feel like there wasn't enough of Murhder and Sarah in the book. This was more of a Lover Mine II. As much as I love JM and Xhex, I felt cheated out of the Murhder/Sarah romance (which btw was fantastic).
Don't get me wrong...I am a big fan, but I expected a newer, different story here. I love The Brothers and their families, but geez...JR just uses the same story board and themes. I though this one was going to be back to something new. Nope...same-o-same-o