Lover Enshrined (The Black Dagger Brotherhood Series, Book 6)

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By: J.R. Ward

Narrated by: Jim Frangione

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Unabridged CD Audiobook 16 CDs / 17.75 hours long... Published in a CD Binder with a professional cover. Note new audiobooks are not sealed nor wrapped in plastic.

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Release Date: Jan 02, 2008

Publisher: RecordedBooks

ISBN: 1436117380

ISBN-13: 9781436117388

Language: English

Meet the Author
J.R. Ward Author

J.R. Ward

Aka Jessica Bird

Jessica Rowley Pell Bird was born on 1969 in Massachusetts, USA. She is the daughter of Maxine F. and W. Gillette Bird, Jr. She began writing as a child, penning her thoughts in diaries as well as inventing short stories. She read her first Harlequin Presents novel in a rose garden when she was in her teens. She was hooked immediately. By the time she went to college, she had boxes and boxes of Harlequins and Silhouettes. Every year, her m...

Meet the Narrator
Jim Frangione Narrator

Jim Frangione

Jim Frangione was born on January 26, 1958 in Hyannis, Massachusetts, USA. He is an actor, known for Transamerica (2005), Heist (2001) and State and Main (2000).

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  • Jun 08, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    4

    Auntee, you were right. This novel is unlike any other in the BDB series. I would call it a major work of urban fantasy. But not really a paranormal romance. If you consider the romantic story of Phury and Cormia to be the main plot (because of the title), it only takes up about 15% of the book.... more...

    44 people liked this review.

  • Oct 24, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    5

    I loved this book. I had heard many criticisms about it not being as good as the others, and Phury not being as fleshed out. I have to say that I have a real understanding of Phury now. His torment is very much internal and revolves around his sense of failure, his not being able to "get there... more...

    21 people liked this review.

  • Oct 01, 2009

    Goodreads reviewer

    5

    Lover Enshrined, the sixth addition to the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, is Phury’s book. Mind you: it’s not only about Phury finding love. So if you’re looking for a simple, straight forward romance and you’re satisfied with boy meets girl, boy loves girl, boy gets girl, please: skip this book. ... more...

    14 people liked this review.

  • Jun 04, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    5

    Well, Ward has done it again. I just couldn't put this book down once I started. There was so much going on, it was non-stop from the first chapter! There have been lots of complaints about Ward's books and her characters, and where the series is going. I, for one, kind of enjoy the fact that I ... more...

    13 people liked this review.

  • Jun 16, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    4

    Reviewed for thcreviews.com
    I had noticed that Lover Enshrined, like Lover Unbound, its predecessor in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, seemed to have quite a few low ratings, but unlike with Lover Unbound, this time I did not let the discontent of others influence my reading of the book. ... more...

    12 people liked this review.

  • Jun 04, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    1

    Too many storylines, so little cramped space. I think J.R. Ward spent so much time interweaving the various storylines that she let the main love story lapse. This is supposed to be Phury/Corima's story and it ended up becoming a race to see how many characters she could cram into the book. Yes, ... more...

    12 people liked this review.

  • May 22, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    5

    I was lucky enough to get a review copy of this book and can I just say: Wow.
    This is my favorite installment of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by JR Ward. The emotional depth of the book is vast -- it's about brothers, lovers and comrades in arms. It's about budding friendship, distant pa... more...

    11 people liked this review.

  • Jun 07, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    2

    Man, I'm trying really hard to like this book. I've been reading a few pages a night (it's been a busy week and I'm too tired to concentrate). But I think I may be getting over this series. The "hip" language is starting to get to me. The author sounds less bad-ass and more like your d... more...

    10 people liked this review.

  • Jan 02, 2010

    Goodreads reviewer

    4

    Opening Line:"The Wizard had returned."
    In Book 6 of Ward’s awesome Black Dagger Brotherhood series we finally get Phury’s story… sort of. Unfortunately for him (and us) with this instalment Ward switches from the romance genre to urban fantasy and consequently Phury’s love story gets... more...

    9 people liked this review.

  • Jul 22, 2008

    Goodreads reviewer

    5

    I began reading this with trepidation due to a lot of negative reviews I read - no romance, more urban fantasy, too many characters, to many NEW characters (particularly new "species' of PN's), etc. Well, I loved it! It may not be the same ratio of romance to adventure or an awful lot of char... more...

    9 people liked this review.