Review: Dark Lover

Written by Xariel - 4.0

This review is counterbalance for Seregil of Rhiminee's review. It's not just about how the writer writes, or how beautifully the writer has made the characters or how "good quality" the book has. It's about what you're looking for. I can believe that some people don't like Dark Lover and it's sequels. But I'm sure that there are many people who like. If you have read hundreds of books and while reading you look specifically for quality, skillfully made characters and extraordinary storyboard, you probably don't think this book is very good. Or you think (like he does) that this is "definitely the worst book he've read this year". When I read, I want to enjoy. Sometimes it's very nice to have those complicated storylines and intense characters hanging around, but sometimes you want something more... light? Easy? Entertaining? All of those. And the characters are enough good to be entertaining. I'm not looking for philosophising or the ultimate questions. Dark Lover is not for young (adults) like Twilight-saga is. This is more for adults, and much more... rough. I could write reveral lines of text more about this, but I won't do so. I think my opinion is clear enough by this. I simply say that If you are looking something like this, read this. If you [b]know[/b] that you won't like it, that you don't like books like that, don't read. It's useless. If you do like romantic books, I think you'll like this. But I like books like this, and I like this. And that's enough for me. This is not c*ap. ;)
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About the Book :: Dark Lover

J. R. Ward Release date: 2005
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, romanceparanormal romance
Tags: vampires

In the shadows of the night in Caldwell, New York, there's a deadly turf war going on between vampires and their slayers. There also exists a secret band of brothers like no other – six vampire warriors, defenders of their race. Among them, none relishes killing their enemies more than Wrath, the leader of the Black Dagger Brotherhood...

The only purebred vampire ... (more)

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