The Savior

The Savior

Black Dagger Brotherhood Series, Book 17

eBook - 2019
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In the next heart-pounding novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling Black Dagger Brotherhood series, J.R. Ward delivers a brand-new paranormal passion with the story of Murhder, who returns after his appearance in The Thief!
Publisher: 2019
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. New York : Gallery Books, 2019. Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 3269 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB) or Amazon Kindle (file size: N/A KB)
ISBN: 9781501194962


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RomanceAddict Jul 24, 2019

Review excerpt: "I also get a little peeved when you have a bunch of alpha male heroes (and this book does) and we have to stop the plot to deal with their tiny man baby feelings. These supposedly strong, supernatural, immortal warriors have no idea how to process their feelings and so periodically the plot is sidelined by toxic emotions like jealousy or self-pity. It’s irritating to have a character whom you are told is the embodiment of strength, power and leadership, but in the process of reading their story you then have to wait for them to manage emotions more suited to a fourteen-year-old. Alpha males. Pffffft."

LoganLib_Aavishka Jun 11, 2019

The Saviour was another wonderful book in the BDB series. It did start off quite slow, as it needed to set a lot of scenes and give a lot of background into the story which was to occur, especially between the two main characters. The Saviour sort of felt like a revamp in the BDB series, where the storyline was given a slightly fresh start, with a new villain properly introduced and a new background story which was the whole BioMed arc and the experimentation on vampires by humans. It was interesting to learn properly about Murhder, who Ward has been subtly hinting about in previous books. She introduced his character really well, leaving me confused and curious as to what type of character he is, whether he is insane as she hints or misunderstood. She left me really looking forward to reading this book and reading his story. Overall, it was a wonderful book which got more captivating as you read on.


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