The Savior

The Savior

In the venerable history of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, only one male has ever been expelled—but Murhder’s insanity gave the Brothers no choice. Haunted by visions of a female he could not save, he nonetheless returns to Caldwell on a mission to right the wrong that ruined him. However, he is not prepared for what he must face in his quest for redemption.Dr. Sarah Watkin...

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The Savior Reviews

  • Sophia Triad

    Soooo.... Murhder.... Who is this guy?

    Basically when Sarah (the clueless, sad, lonely, betrayed human girl) met Murhder, she was obviously enthralled and impressed and she had more or less three questions for him:

    Soooo.... Murhder.... Who is this guy?

    Basically when Sarah (the clueless, sad, lonely, betrayed human girl) met Murhder, she was obviously enthralled and impressed and she had more or less three questions for him:

    And just like that, Ward has given life to another unbelievable, badass brother.

    Before this book, we didn't know much about this guy.

    Let's see. We knew:

    -he lives in a attic

    -at an old house that is used as bed and breakfast

    -he loves making pranks to people, especially ghosthunters

    -he used to be part of the BDB gang until he was thrown out

    -he was Xhex old boyfriend and

    -he is insane

    What we learned in this book?

    - He is not that mentally deranged after all.

    - He is just confused, without a will to live, without love and without purpose .

    Thus...

    a)

    Sarah is the best girl for him. They meet under danger and he bonds with her almost immediately.

    b)

    He needs to help a vampire boy who was born in captivity and who was being experimented by human heartless scientists all his life.

    He needs to help John Matthew, when he becomes fatally ill and there is almost no hope for him.

    As a result, he will discover back his survival instinct and he will stop being confused. Obviously he is a Male of worth. Obviously he has kept many secrets for himself. Obviously it is time for the Brothers to learn the truth and for us readers to meet another wonderful member of the Brotherhood, long lost but never forgotten.

    The love story between Murhder and Sarah is wonderful. I was thinking all the love stories in the series and how the Brothers ending up with their bonded females. Essentially, if you also count the novels and the BDL, there are 22 love stories that resulted in happy ending.

    1. Wrath and Beth

    2. Rhage and Mary

    3. Zsadist and Bella

    4. Butch and Marissa

    5. Vishous and Jane

    6. Phury and Cormia

    7. Rehvenge and Ehlena

    8. John Matthew and Xhex

    9. Payne and Manuel

    10. Tohrment and Autumn

    11. Qhuinn and Blaylock

    12. iAm and maichen

    13. Xcor and Layla

    14. Silas and Ivie

    15. Assail and Sola

    16. Ahmare and Duran

    17. Paradise and Craeg

    18. Axe and Elise

    19. Peyton and Novo

    20. Saxton and Ruhn

    21. Michael and Claire

    And finally

    22. Murhder and Sarah

    I hope I am not forgetting anyone. I don't know how Ward can keep up with all those characters!

    How many of these couples contains a human and one of them is not a vampire, half vampire or a symphath or a shadow?

    Just 7 couples! Rhage and Mary, Butch and Marissa (before we learned his affiliation to the King), Vishous and Jane, Payne and Manuel, Assail and Sola, Michael and Claire and finally Murhder and Sarah.

    What I am trying to say is that Murhder is one of those rare vampires who found the love of his life (who was just a merely unimportant human girl) after just one look, he knew straight away how important she is for him, he bonded straight away, he only had a few doubts that were overcome after just a few chapters and he fought to keep her.

    Isn't this cool?

  • Jilly

    There have been a few duds in this series, but this isn't one of them. I think Ward may be getting her groove back, babies! Kronk must have pulled the lever because this was a fun ride.

    Okay, not that fun.

    Because, yeah, as is the custom, everyone is going to be dying and saying tearful goodbyes to their loved ones and such... but we can know that it's all going to turn out okay.

    *cough

    cough*

    This book focuses on John Matthew and Murhder... Yes, it's spelled correctly, a

    There have been a few duds in this series, but this isn't one of them. I think Ward may be getting her groove back, babies! Kronk must have pulled the lever because this was a fun ride.

    Okay, not that fun.

    Because, yeah, as is the custom, everyone is going to be dying and saying tearful goodbyes to their loved ones and such... but we can know that it's all going to turn out okay.

    *cough

    cough*

    This book focuses on John Matthew and Murhder... Yes, it's spelled correctly, and don't act surprised! There's Rhage, and Qhuinn, and Tohrment, and Vishous, and Rehvenge....and, I just need to say, JR Ward, putting a fucking extra "H" in a name doesn't make the name better. It just makes the letter H worse. Is there supposed to be a thing with vampires and silent consonants? Just stop. Or, if this helps make things more clear: just stohp.

    Okay, that's been said. And, let's face it - it

    to be said.

    So, Murhder is the ex-lover of John Matthew's mate, Xhex. (sigh. I just pronounce this in my head like the letter "X". Is that right?) Xhex's mother is mated to John Matthew's adopted father, so I guess this makes it a step-brother/step-sister romance? Except the parents got together after the kids did, so less creepy, right? It's not like a red-neck family reunion-slash-singles mixer. So, it's okay. Still, the water is a little muddy.

    Obviously we can handle a little muddiness.

    Murhder has been mentioned in past books as a member of the Black Dagger Brotherhood who went crazy and got kicked out. For the past 20 years he has been living in a Bed & Breakfast Inn, in the attic. Acting as their ghost.

    Um... okay? Everyone needs a hobby?

    I mean, I would have picked painting or maybe spent some time in therapy, but pretending to be a ghost in a haunted hotel works too. I guess.

    Aww, who's a cute little ghost? You are!

    Murhder is also obviously a sexy ghost-vampire too because when he meets up with a human scientist chick, she is totally wanting to get into his sheet.

    But, their love is forbidden... blah blah blah...

    Plus, you know... he's crazy and all.

    Anyway. Lots of drama ensues.

    Speaking of crazy, my favorite angel, Lassiter makes his appearance in exactly the way we would expect from him:

    Man, I love that guy! Also when he says, "who's your daddy?" So awesome!

  • Chris  C - A Midlife Wife

    Insanely good!

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    I have to admit it took me a few days to get into this story. I have only read one other of the books in this series and I was having a bit of difficulty settling into the story and getting to know everyone. But that soon disappeared and the magical storyteller finally got her way with me.

    This book floods the mind with so many emotions. Tension, anticipation, happiness, sorrow. Your heart will feel like a roller-coaster. You will come out feeling a bit beat-up bu

    Insanely good!

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    I have to admit it took me a few days to get into this story. I have only read one other of the books in this series and I was having a bit of difficulty settling into the story and getting to know everyone. But that soon disappeared and the magical storyteller finally got her way with me.

    This book floods the mind with so many emotions. Tension, anticipation, happiness, sorrow. Your heart will feel like a roller-coaster. You will come out feeling a bit beat-up but with a smile on your face. But you truly will understand what the Brotherhood really means when you read this story!

    For those that love a great paranormal read, Ward takes us on a journey like none other. Intensely romantic and straight up flipping steamy, violent and gruesome, heartbreaking and deep. Her addictive writing tells a story like none other. She has quickly become a favorite of mine.

    If you are looking for a novel that contains so much emotion and imagery you will gasp, cry, and smile within the same chapter, you have to check out this book! She is just flat out an amazing storyteller you will not forget!

    *copy received for review consideration

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  • Kat

    Terrific installment! Sarah was a great shellan, and I loved the fact that this one had tight pacing and read something like a thriller for the first part of it. There were scenes were she was trying to figure out what was going on at BioMed, and Muhrder was trying to find the secret laboratory, and the pacing was just superb. This one featured quite a few scenes with JM (one of my favorites) and Xhex (another of my favorites) and while some of the conflict was maybe less intense than it needed

    Terrific installment! Sarah was a great shellan, and I loved the fact that this one had tight pacing and read something like a thriller for the first part of it. There were scenes were she was trying to figure out what was going on at BioMed, and Muhrder was trying to find the secret laboratory, and the pacing was just superb. This one featured quite a few scenes with JM (one of my favorites) and Xhex (another of my favorites) and while some of the conflict was maybe less intense than it needed to be, I thought the stuff as we ramped up towards the end and something that happened near the beginning involving Throe was super. It tied in Sarah and Murhder in a great way, and just made everything come together. I also really liked Murhder a lot more than I thought I would based on previous books. The issues with his personality were explained in a way that worked and he would up really growing on me. And the scenes with Nate? So great!

    Other great notes… saw a bit of Phury. Boone! You’re quite a formal dude, and I can’t remember you ever talking before, but that was a cool Easter egg. Lassiter, I completely love you when you’re being serious like you were here. Xcor and Bal (sorry I’m going to fail on the spelling on this one) continue to grow on me. Overall this was a very strong book.

    Please excuse typos/name misspellings. Entered on screen reader.

  • Christy

    is the 17th book of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series and it’s one I’ve been waiting on for quite a while. The elusive male who used to be a brother, Murhder. As always, there are other characters who have a huge part in the book and in this book the secondary storyline was that of John Matthew and Xhex, which makes sense since Murhder and Xhex have history.

    Murhder is the only member of the BDB to ever be expelled. The rumor is, he went insane, but the more you get to know

    is the 17th book of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series and it’s one I’ve been waiting on for quite a while. The elusive male who used to be a brother, Murhder. As always, there are other characters who have a huge part in the book and in this book the secondary storyline was that of John Matthew and Xhex, which makes sense since Murhder and Xhex have history.

    Murhder is the only member of the BDB to ever be expelled. The rumor is, he went insane, but the more you get to know Murhder and what happened him, the more you realize he’s not as crazy as expected.

    
Murhder is compelled to come back to Caldwell to save someone. And he needs the help of the brotherhood to do it. Through this rescue mission he meets Dr. Sarah Watkins. Sarah has just learned something that has her questioning everything in her life and past relationship. Now, she is trying to make things right and to do that, she finds herself on her very own rescue mission.

    I loved watching Sarah and Murhder together and seeing their relationship build. There was no shortage of sexy time which is always nice. What I really loved in this story was the bromance that Murhder and JM had going on. Every scene they were in together had me smiling huge.

    Overall, I liked this book a lot. It wasn’t my favorite BDB book, but it was a great addition to the series. I love this group of characters and I’ll never grow tired of reading about them!

    The one thing I found off about this one is that there was zero mention of Syn or Jo Early, and it’s been confirmed that book number 18 will be their book… It seemed strange to me. Also, it will be heavy on Butch and Lassiter, so you know it’s going to be loads of fun! I can’t wait to jump into

    next year when it’s released!

  • Jonetta

    I’ve waited for this story since

    when we got a glimpse of a destroyed Murhder at his B&B in South Carolina. He has the distinction of being the only member of the Brotherhood to be expelled. Over 20 years ago, he left Caldwell a broken and damaged man after having taking revenge on some really bad people who brought harm to a pregnant woman who still haunts him. Wrath declared him insane and kicked him out. He’s headed back now as that woman has asked for his help in finding her so

    I’ve waited for this story since

    when we got a glimpse of a destroyed Murhder at his B&B in South Carolina. He has the distinction of being the only member of the Brotherhood to be expelled. Over 20 years ago, he left Caldwell a broken and damaged man after having taking revenge on some really bad people who brought harm to a pregnant woman who still haunts him. Wrath declared him insane and kicked him out. He’s headed back now as that woman has asked for his help in finding her son. Meanwhile, Sarah Caldwell, a researcher for a biotech lab, has discovered some disturbing information about her company and her covert investigation has her crossing paths with Murhder.

    As with every one of these books, there’s a lot going on. Rather than go into detail, I’ll give them a brief mention. Throe moves forward with his diabolical plan, which has entangled John Matthew in a terrible way and he’s resigned to a fate only he’s aware of. There are some strange shadows that pose critical danger to the vampire community.

    But the heart of the story is all Murhder as we’re given so much insight from his point of view. He’s a complicated man who’s been disconnected for two decades. His relationship with Sarah was a lifeline, for both of them. It was lovely being a part of their discovery and his reawakening. I like seeing a misunderstood character triumph, not necessarily in others’ eyes but his own and I was rooting for him like I had some investment in the outcome. I guess I did because the author took me there.

    Another unexpected aspect was Murhder’s developing relationship with John Matthew. I’d forgotten that Darius was his best friend and he was unaware of his death. Since Darius was killed in the opening chapter of the first book in this series, it was a real gift to learn more about the man who fathered John Matthew and built the enclave for the Brotherhood.

    I really enjoyed this story and can’t ever imagine not hearing Jim Frangione narrate the story. The time just melts away as I’m transported into this world that’s like catnip for me. I’m now team Murhder and I loved the ending. And, this was a kinder, gentler Brotherhood and I think that was to give way to this man. Nicely done! 4.5 stars

    (Thanks to Simon & Schuster Audio for my complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.)

  • Gretel

    Seriously tho, the series started in 2005 so it's been 13 years. We've actually achieved a longer waiting than Sirius. The only Dementors we had to fight were Layla and...Layla.

    Man, I can't wait to finally read about Murhder!

    Finally more Xhex!

    ~~~~~~

    AFTER READING

    So, this was different than expected. Better in many aspects. Some things were meh, other annoying, but overall another improvement but it can only get better after most of the last few books were shit.

    Okay, the comments come now. XD

    1. M

    Seriously tho, the series started in 2005 so it's been 13 years. We've actually achieved a longer waiting than Sirius. The only Dementors we had to fight were Layla and...Layla.

    Man, I can't wait to finally read about Murhder!

    Finally more Xhex!

    ~~~~~~

    AFTER READING

    So, this was different than expected. Better in many aspects. Some things were meh, other annoying, but overall another improvement but it can only get better after most of the last few books were shit.

    Okay, the comments come now. XD

    1. Murhder was not as expected but I think this has something to do with the fact that the series is 14 years old and the initial intention changed. With more books and time passing, the dangerously crazy Murhder became a normal dude and his craziness not dangerous but result of a) a missunderstanding, b) psychological torture and c) grief. And I actually like that he's not a psychopath.

    2. So the heroine, Sarah, is a scientist and plans on...leaving her life behind because of her dead fiancé and the fact that she's in mortal danger. She lists her savings and says that they're modest. Let me give you a full list:

    - 100k in investments from her inheritance

    - 401k from whatever

    - 6 months full salary compensation; let's be greedy and say a top-tier scientist in a lab only earns 8k a month, that'd still be 48'000

    - she has a house price at 325k

    - she has a car; I'll tag it at 20k

    - she has a full year's salary in savings which is, with the 8k, 96k in total

    So in total, Sarah has assets around 990k, meaning she has AT LEAST a liquidity of 1 MILLION DOLLARS to her name and the book, aka Ward, pretend that this isn't much.

    Do you know how much the average person her age, aka """millennial""", has with all savings and assets and whatnot? Usually, zero. If we're being generous maybe 20k. This lady as ONE MILLION DOLLARS to her name and it's played as if it's peanuts. And I'm being exceedingly generous by giving her only 8k/month for a salary.

    This is fucking ridiculous.

    3. I constantly forget that Cormia and No'One exist and I think that's because they're absolutely irrelevant and have no personality whatsoever. And I don't dislike Cormia but she's so fucking useless. No'One on the other hand I despise but solely because of how Ward uses her. She's a McGuffin so that Tohr has a mate, in other word a living sex doll, to compensate for the loss of his unborn son and wife, both of which were brutally murdered.

    4. More Xhex and John. Yesssss!!!!

    5. Qhuinn's appearance doesn't spark join anymore. Just sadness, regret, hatred, and resignation. His books were garbage. His children are garbage. Layla is the embodiment of abuse, toxicity, and narcissism. Qhuay is dead to me.

    6. I like Nate and Sarah. I hope he gets his own book.

    7. The ending was really nice and bumped the book to three stars.

    8. Lassiter. I love him. Period.

    9. I almost forgot that the timeline makes no sense. Sarah references Sharknado which came out in 2013 but mentions a period before the movie came out. She's been in Ithaca for 4 years. V says that everything started 3.5 years ago. However, the whole series' plotline started in 2005. But this means that Sarah's been longer in Ithaca than the happenings from book one even exist, which would mean that she's been in Ithaca at least since 2012, which makes for years later 2016...

    I'm confused but I think the timeline hasn't made sense for a long, long time.

  • Melanie

    Friends, we are seventeen books into this series, there is barely anything I can possibly say that isn’t spoilery! But I will say that I have been reading this series since I was very young, and I look forward to a new BDB book every single year, and the

    was no exception!

    The basic premise of this series is that in the

    we follow a bunch of powerful vampires, that are in an elite group that protects humans, vampires, an

    Friends, we are seventeen books into this series, there is barely anything I can possibly say that isn’t spoilery! But I will say that I have been reading this series since I was very young, and I look forward to a new BDB book every single year, and the

    was no exception!

    The basic premise of this series is that in the

    we follow a bunch of powerful vampires, that are in an elite group that protects humans, vampires, angels, and a bunch of other paranormal entities, and they all live in this big mansion, and they all are one big family that’s just saving the world. And, because we are seventeen books in, each book focuses on a new member (or soon to be or maybe one day possibly becoming a member), while an older member (who has already had their own book) has a side storyline going on as well!

    This book focuses primarily on Murhder, who has been talked about and hinted at for so very many books leading up to this one. He was kicked out of the BDB back in the day, and in this book we get to see why and what happened after he left. Sadly, it was very much based on miscommunication, and I didn’t love it very much.

    The other star of this book is Sarah, who I actually really did like. I won’t lie, the instalove was real in this romance, but I still just really enjoyed it for some reason. Plus, Sarah, who is a scientist, trying to get to the bottom of a mysterious coverup that happened many years ago, was fascinating, and I loved the mystery and watching it unfold.

    And the side storyline going on is about John Matthew, who is (sadly) my least favorite brother. And Xhex, who is Jon Matthews partner, is also one of my least favorite characters, and I hated how she didn’t speak up in this book and let someone else take the blame for something. Like, it felt really bad, and it really ensured their place as my least favorite couple in this world. Also, the bandage that was placed on the situation for the easiest fix ever? Felt horrible.

    Overall, I just feel like this wasn’t as strong of a book. Like, almost to the point that you could completely take out this book and it wouldn’t impact the storyline whatsoever, which is never a good feeling. I am very excited for book eighteen, but this one wasn’t even close to being one of my favorite books. Also, that romantic haircut? Lord, please, no, never. I know this review is really vague, and I’m sorry for that, but if you’re looking for a PNR romance, filled with alpha vampires, a lot of romance, and a lot of sex, I totally think you should give this series a try! Also, I am hoping we get more of my favorite fallen angel in the next one, because the world deserves more Lassiter, and I also hope to see more of my favorite literary cat.

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  • ♥ℳelody

    Ok first of all I didn't hate this. I was just overall

    with it.

    Second, I actually liked the couple. I was one of the few who had reservations about Murhder getting his book right now, honestly he could have never gotten a story and I would have been fine with it. *shrugs* But Ward did a pretty decent job in addressing all the sordid history/loose strings with this character and fleshing him out more. I ended up liking him. He was a nice combinat

    Ok first of all I didn't hate this. I was just overall

    with it.

    Second, I actually liked the couple. I was one of the few who had reservations about Murhder getting his book right now, honestly he could have never gotten a story and I would have been fine with it. *shrugs* But Ward did a pretty decent job in addressing all the sordid history/loose strings with this character and fleshing him out more. I ended up liking him. He was a nice combination of fierce, loyal, brave, selfless, self-deprecating, funny and vulnerable. His vulnerability is what honestly saved him from being repetitive and a cliche Brother. Sarah Watkins made a nice heroine, I really enjoyed her too. Her entrance into Murhder’s world? Fantastic. Edge of my seat. Now what didn’t work?

    . It was absolute shit. It dragged in parts it didn’t need to, and went super fast in places that needed to be better paced out. Prime example: the hero and heroine’s relationship for starters. The warp speed romantic arcs in short time frames for storylines that have no business being quick has become a thing for Ward recently. And I honestly don't understand why. I’ve been calling this out for some time now and I’m tired of repeating myself.

    It’s nonsense. Especially in a complex world like the BDB universe where there are so many outside factors that play into it. Especially with a pairing where one half is human. That’s the biggest issue for me here. Sarah being so quick to adapting to the Vampire world and wanting to stay all because she has a lonely life was a little too quick and convenient for me. The fact that she had zero hesitation in wanting to walk away from her human life to be with Murhder after knowing him for a span of

    is just ludicrous. I get it’s PR but I’d like a little more realism when it comes to dealing with 2 conflicting worlds/species, m’kay? It’s not so easy to adapt and adjust like Sarah did in here all because she was so fascinated by them. And I’m not saying I didn’t like the fact that we didn't get the typical overused “OMG, you have fangs! You’re a monster! GET AWAY” cliche reaction. I actually liked that she didn’t balk and freak out like expected. But what would have helped and made the love story more believable and have better footing is if we saw her spending more time with Murhder before saying ILY. A slow gradual progression would have been nice. Give me at least 2-3 freaking weeks. I don't get why Ward is getting so stingy with the timeline. And you want the BDB world to catch up with the Fallen Angel timeline? The rate we are going we will have to wait for another 20 more books for Adrian and Eddie to show up. Just saying. Or maybe I have it backwards. Whatever. I just know that for a full length 400+ page book, these stories have no business or reason to only cover 2-4 days. These aren't novellas so what's the hurry? Especially when you are dealing with full redemption arcs (*coughTheChosencough*) and big reveals. It just stunts and undermines the HEA and character growth IMO. And it sucks because Murhder and Sarah actually had chemistry. But Ward mucked it up for a rushed convoluted messy resolution. And don't even get me started on that ridiculous hand fasted last minute immortality loophole for Sarah at the very end.

    That just screamed incredibly lazy to me.

    But back to the pacing, the fact that the hero and heroine took a while to meet then jumped in so quickly with both feet with declarations and sex thatgivesyouseriouswhiplash, made the rest of the story really lag and drag for me. It took me 2 weeks to finish this. There was no excitement, adrenaline, sense of urgency in this story. Aside from the BioMed rescue scene, which was probably the only exciting thing out of this whole story, everything else was very stale, tired, predictable and repetitive. Which is rare for a BDB book. The whole JM/Xhex side plot especially seemed like recycled rehashed forced drama that was as obvious as Blue's Clues. I’m sorry but we all knew John wasn’t going to die and his sudden wave of 'where do I belong?' crisis seemed old. We’ve already been through this drama in 2 other books with him. This arc just felt very tired and unoriginal.

    What I did enjoy? Devina’s return for one (which covered about 2 pages). Finaaaaaaally! The crazy bitch is back. I’m officially scared for everyone in that mansion. This character is terrifying and I hope Ward doesn’t handicap her capabilities. I know I’m going to be eating my words by saying that but yeah, I need that excitement back. I’m also excited and curious to see what’s in store for our new post-trans character Nate. His situation and how he was discovered was heartbreaking. I'm so glad he has Sarah and Murhder now. He needs that solid footing. And can I just say I'm relieved we have a couple who aren't moving into the damn mansion? Cause I swear....Ward's really been pushing it.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • ❤️ Dorsey aka Wrath Lover Reviews ❤️

    Murhder is back!! Murhder’s is the only Brother to ever get kicked out of the Brotherhood because it’s assumed he’s insane. The more you get to know Murhder and past events you realize he’s not so much insane but rather just....checked out from life.

    Murhder is compelled to come back to Caldwell to once again save someone,

    Murhder is back!! Murhder’s is the only Brother to ever get kicked out of the Brotherhood because it’s assumed he’s insane. The more you get to know Murhder and past events you realize he’s not so much insane but rather just....checked out from life.

    
Murhder is compelled to come back to Caldwell to once again save someone, but, he needs the help of the brotherhood to do it. Through this rescue mission he meets Dr. Sarah Watkins. Sarah has just learned something that has her questioning her relationship with her deceased fiancé and his role in something unethical. Now, she’s determined to make things right with her own investigation and rescue mission.

    Naturally things don’t go as planned......

    JM and Xhex are naturally included in this installment since Xhex and Murhder were once lovers. Surprisingly JM and Murhder get along

    which I found refreshing. JM, Xhex, and Murhder all have their own interpersonal relationship dynamics with one another which I very much enjoyed.

    JM

    having some troubles, but, you’ll need to read about those....I’ll just say it’s scary and very troublesome. Between his troubles and his relationship with both Xhex and Murhder, I have a whole new appreciation for JM. I just have have to say I loved the scenes between MJ & Murhder.

    They’re back and E.V.I.L. all I can say is yikes!!! I can’t say too much without giving anything away, you need to read it.

    Our favorite fallen Angel is once again in the thick of things. As always, he brings color to everything he’s involved in. Always a joy.

    Final thoughts: I loved everything for the most part, I was again enthralled and throughly enjoyed this installment. My only disappointment was that we didn’t get any updates on Jo Early or Trez & Therese.

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