Tag Archives: Black Dagger Brotherhood

Jaded Males – My #Writing Specialty

One of the things I’ve continued to enjoy about paranormal romances was how I could dig deeper with the emotional levels and play harder, heavier with angst, love and everything in between.  I think as a reader first, I like … Continue reading

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Reader Poll – Who is YOUR Romantic Hero?

Who you find deliciously heroic because they’re downright sexy, even if they’re bone chilling terror on two legs!  I have a few in this poll but now we’re changing it up for a write in!  You can also tell where my … Continue reading

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Just finished JR Ward’s Lover Reborn

Just finished the book and Goddamn was it good.  First off, most of you know I have issue with the multiple POV switching shit, but this book seemed more seamless.  Said that a lot on line though. The depth of … Continue reading

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On the reading docket – JR Ward’s Lover Reborn

It’s about time I got back to reading.  After what I’m going to propose in a later post about writing, I realized I’ll need to read a LOT more in the coming weeks in order to fill the mind and … Continue reading

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JR Ward, a cigar by Don Cervantes and reading time

This was my first foray into the Black Dagger Brotherhood, what a ride! I’ve been told I’m comprable with my linger work so once the agents seek those stories i suppose we’ll see! I’m anxious for you to read them.

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Hot Reads – JR Ward

For the last few years I’ve been told my longer works are similar in style to the fabulous JR Ward, author of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. This paranormal romance series about a group of elite vampires sworn to protect … Continue reading

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