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Up until now, we've only ever gotten glimpses of Murhder and his life. There's never been much substance, just intriguing little snippets to entice and tease us when others spoke of the disgraced Brother who lost his mind. What can I say, apart from the build up lived up to the hype.
Murhder struggles not only with madness but guilt, guilt that he was unable to save the life of a woman who's haunted him for over 20-years. Before he seeks Oblivion in the fade, once more he must step out of the shadows.
With a new danger lurking in the background which threatens not only the lives of the vampires but also their ability to stay hidden, once again the road to true love is anything but smooth.
Sarah is an intelligent, likeable leading lady with her feisty attitude and strong moral compass. One who's not afraid to go after for what she wants. Reminiscent in many ways of Mary and Doc Jane.
All I'm going to say is, get comfy and enjoy, you are in for one hell of a ride.
What to say, first I did enjoy the book, I think it's nigh on impossible for JR Ward to write a bad one. But. This has no high emotion which we usually get, the hero and heroine did not seem to suffer greatly as they have in past books, this book seemed to only scratch the surface of situations and not delve too deeply. It struck me as a transitional book as if the Author is preparing us for a change in direction for the series as a whole, I may be mistaken but that's the way I read it. I have so looked forward to Mhurders story and have to say I was a bit disappointed (hence the four stars) the books well written all the plot points work together but it just didn't feel like a Black Dagger Brotherhood book what was missing, for me, was the drama the way JR Ward can take you along for a roller coaster of a ride so that you have tears in your eyes while reading. The plot Mhurder having gone insane and been ejected from the brotherhood has been hiding in a mansion for twenty years but unfinished business brings him back to Caldwell and to the Brotherhood needing their help to complete his mission. Needless to say he does not get a warm welcome but due to his situation the brothers agree to help him after which they want him gone again. Sarah is a scientist working at a lab where unbeknownst to her illegal experiments are being performed on a captive male, he appears to have some very unusual bodily organs and functions such as his six chambered heart. Sarah has only just discovered evidence of the way scientists at her lab have been torturing the young lad but now she knows she can't leave him there to suffer. Her fiancee dead and no family there's nobody to mourn her if things go wrong so she plans to try and rescue the young lad. She's not the only one Mhurder along with Xhex and John Matthew are at the laboratory for the same reason to rescue the lad (who's very close to transitioning) and once Mhurder gets a whiff of Sarah's scent she's coming with him, what a time to run into your fated mate and she's human. Fate has never been kind to Mhurder and she's not through with him yet.
Just finished the Savior and loved it!! Murhder didn't disappoint, such a male of worth and such a sweetheart too. JM had some major growing to do and his story has come full circle in a very satisfying way. Tohr was solid as aways and Lassister I salute you, you bare-assed crazy glowing wild haired slice of soft hearted angel - we need a full length book for him soon. And then there's Devina - I'm so looking forward to seeing what mischief that bloody demon brings in the future! You can only imagine the conversations she and V are going to have.
J R Ward could sell instructions to build a book shelf and I'd buy it, well I do need one to put all her books on. Seriously if you are looking at reviews to buying this book you've obviously never read one of JR's books before so I suggest you start now, but not with this one go back to the start of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series with Dark Lover Happy Reading.