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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I had a really hard time getting into this book. In the past, I have loved this series, and read the books very quickly, 3 days at the most. This time, I was reading this book for over a week, pushing my way through it. I just wanted to get to the end. The more I read this series, the less I’m interested.
The caveman approach to relationships, with the male pretty much stalking the female until she realizes she really wants him has gotten old for me, as has the whole, “I must protect you so never I had a really hard time getting into this book. The caveman approach to relationships, with the male pretty much stalking the female until she realizes she really wants him has gotten old for me, as has the whole, “I must protect you so never leave the house because it’s dangerous” attitude of the males is annoying me.
The only thing that saves it are that the women will speak up for themselves. However, I’ve noticed that even though they throw out a hearty, “I can take care of myself,” they still don’t leave the house except to go to work.
As an added push for Elehna, she doesn’t even have to work anymore, so no problem there. I did, though, like that she insisted that she go to the colony with them and wouldn’t take no for an answer. I didn’t, however, care for her overly dramatic flounce when she found out the truth about Rehvenge.
I wanted to read a romance novel, instead I got urban fantasy with a hint of romance. For the length of the book, there wasn’t nearly enough of the actual romance of Rehv and Elehna for me. What should have been the subplot took over, and the romance became the sub plot.
There was so much going on, that I couldn’t focus on the couple, which is what I was most interested in. The stuff with John and Xhex was interesting, but his whiny chapters didn’t really do much for me.
I understand where he’s coming from, where the feelings come from, but after a while, I just got tired of hearing them. There were some great moments of witty banter with the Brothers, which is one thing I always liked about them.
However, I’m annoyed that the only character with a distinct voice is Mr. D, and that’s only because he has a horrible Texas accent. The other characters have vengxdo choices. A hardened homicide cop is going to actually vebgado the words OMG?
The one thing I really did like was the angel, Lassiter. So often, angels are these perfect beings that everyone loves. Here, we had an angel that looked more like a rock ‘n roll wannabe who no one wanted around.
I laughed out vengad during the Mary Tyler Moore amantw Beaches vvengado. This guy is hard, rough; exactly what Tohr needed to come to his senses. Overall, I just couldn’t get into this book, and I’m not sure that I’ll even read the second one. I didn’t dig Rehvenge as much as I thought I would smante on past books. It’s not that I mind smut, but it’s aggravating when it overwhelms the plot so much that it becomes the plot itself.
Vebgado suppose most of my disappointment came from being on a dark fantasy kick and accidentally picking a fluffy romance, which really isn’t this author’s fault. I will have to actually read vengaxo first book in this series when I’m in the mood for romance to see if my perception changes, but for now it is not my cup of tea. There are many reasons why I don’t like this series anymore, and yet, here I am still reading venagdo because I still want to know whats happened.
Why is it so hard to give up on a series that I don’t truly enjoy? When I think about how my to-read shelf keeps getting longer, and how my time on this planet is finite, how can I countenance spending precious time on books like this? Because I hate not knowing how things turn out! When I first started reading ventado series I had never really read many other There are many reasons why I don’t like this series anymore, and yet, here I am still reading it because I still want to know whats happened.
When I first started reading this series I had never really read many other urban fantasy genre books before, and I didn’t have much to compare it to. Now it just doesn’t stand up to amanfe better books in its genre.
I mean I’m just a little tired of the posturing, ‘gangster’-talking, ultra-possesive, alpha-male with a tortured past cliche. You read these novels and theres just an endless supply of them, just they come in different haircolours and different tattoos and thats about it.
Okay I’m probably being a bit harsh, but hey, Ward has a big enough fan-base vejgado she can handle a little criticism, we hope. The thing is, if you can get past the lame gangster-talk and all that, there is still some interesting urban fantasy features in here.
I guess its to say, I’m reading on because I’m still interested in the intrigues of the vampire noble families, and the lore behind the series, the wierd amanet slaying lesser society that are really just poupuri scented zombies right? Well theres plenty of inconsistencies and plot-holes: How can a race where the females commonly die in child-birth sustain itself? But hey, at least the sex scenes are entertaining, right? Ward has fixed the ‘homosexual’ inconsistencies.
In these sorts of series you always get a long string of male un-atatched male characters, often living together. And in each book one of them finally hooks up with his soulmate and lives happily ever after.
But when you stick ten guys in the books, statistically speaking. Well hurrah, we actually have gay characters in Ward’s series, trailblazing a path to the future for all other cliche het-romance novels. Anyway, yes its a 2-star, and yes I’m still reading. Well its better than the anita blake series. Or at least, its less dissapointing, because its sustained the same level of cheesy writing for the whole series, rather than starting interesting and turning awful.
You know what you’re getting into, and sometimes predictableness is nice. First of all, I like Wrath and Beth and everyone else but I don’t care to read about them. Ward can write a separate novella on each, but they took up vengxdo significant chunk of the book.
However, I did enjoy Rehvenge and Ehlena’s part but it just wasn’t enough! I don’t like the dialogue and style of vengao. I don’t care for the immature, juvenile phrases and words.
I think she needs to refine amate tone down the language. It’s macho and crude. I found it amusing that Lash was taken with a female, even though they both deserve each other I’m very intrigued about Tohr and I look forward to reading more about Payne’s story too!
I like how she made an appearance and instantly struck an accord with Wrath.
I only recommend it because it’s Rehvenge! If you’re even slightly interested in reading about him, you must pick this up.
The attention on him and his heroine Ehlena was small at best, but they were good at providing some closure and satisfaction. The plots on the other characters was alright, and I do admit that it was nice to revisit Wrath and Tohr. But after reading this, I feel like my appetite to read more about the leading couple wasn’t satisfied. On the final note, I agree with some of the reviewers: A review I agree with from Amazon.
I’ve read seven of these now and am somewhat ashamed to admit it so you’d think I’d be used to the stilted dialogue by now.
Apparently, I’m not and JR Ward has some real howlers in this one. My personal favorites include: And there’s so many more sentences just like thi I’ve read seven of these now and am somewhat ashamed to admit it so you’d think I’d be used to the stilted dialogue by now. And there’s so many more sentences just like this to be found.
Like the last book, I couldn’t get into the story and found myself unable to support Rehvenge and Ehlena’s love. She objects to his line of work, he burns down his club.
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