Review: Lover Enshrined by J.R. Ward

Title: Lover Enshrined
Author: J.R. Ward
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Type: Book 6 of Black Dagger Brotherhood series
POV: Third Person – Multiple
Rating:

After volunteering to take on a new role, Phury was having a hard time adjusting and accepting that things could no longer be the same. The only way he knew how to cope was a destructive measure.

Cormia’s first time in their world proved to be a learning experience. Eager to gain knowledge and please Phury, she learned more about herself along the way. But thing were not easy when the future if their race hanged in balance.

I love everything Phury ever did for this twin and the Brotherhood in general. If you think this book would glorify that, think again.

Shit, all along he’d tortured himself about Z’s fate… all along he’d lived in the cold, pervasive shadow of their family’s tragedy. He had suffered, goddamn it… he had suffered, too, and suffered still.

Knowing all the noble things he did in the past and seeing him now, it was sad with how he’s drowning himself in misery. He was self destructive and hurting not only himself but others who cared about him as well.

She wanted him. She was going to have him. To hell with her sisters. He was hers.

I love Cormia’s wide eyed innocence. Everything was new to her and it was fun seeing her learn the new lifestyle and discovering her rebellious streaks.

Lover Enshrined is a story of a couple battling with their responsibilities and their wants amidst the race’s troubles. As a new power emerged and with chaos in the Brotherhood, they would be looking at a hard time coming ahead. I am hoping for some intense confrontations in the future.

Note 1:
As much as I love the original Brothers, the new generations are really latching into my heart as fiercely. They played huge role in this book and I’m looking forward for their stories.

Note 2:
You’d understand the significance of the ivy in the teaser if you’ve read the book 😉

 

This review is also available on Goodreads.

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