Tuesday, 29 December 2009



Rehvenge, as a half-breed symphath, is used to living in the shadows and hiding his true identity. As a club owner and a dealer on the black market, he's also used to handling the roughest nightwalkers around - including the members of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. He's kept his distance from the Brotherhood as his dark secret could make things complicated on both sides - but now, as head of the vampire aristocracy, he's an ally that Wrath, the Blind King, desperately needs. Rehv's secret is about to get out, though, which will land him in the hands of his deadly enemies- and test the mettle of his female, turning her from a civilian into a vigilante...


OK, I did the unthinkable here and having enjoyed another novel by Jessica picked this, the seventh offering in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. Whilst I did enjoy the book I did realise part way through that I was missing greater undercurrents that must have been revealed in other novels. That said I did get a cracking story, I did get great characterisation and above all a story arc that can only add to the series, but having realised what I missed I’m going back to read the series from scratch and then enjoy a reread. I’d advise other readers to do the same.

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