Review: BDB: Dark Lover
Okay, so this isn’t really JUST a book! It’s a series of books!
I have read this series several times and LOVE it each time!
Ward has recreated the Vampire myth in a very unique way: They are alive and cannot survive for long off human blood, instead they must drink the blood of their own kind and of the opposite sex!
The series starts with Dark Lover: an unconventional love story with an actual plot!
There is only one way to become vampire: You must be born into the blood in the conventional way. You live a mostly regular human life and if you’re very, very lucky you know who both of your parents are.
Wrath, The Blind King and member of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, was born into his role of reluctant King.
Beth believes she is all human. Her human mother died giving birth. Her vampire father, unknown to her, followed her from birth until his untimely death at the hands of their enemies, the Lessening Society.
Watch as Wrath and Beth argue, fight themselves and each other, and fall in love only to have her nearly torn from him when her change happens when he’s nowhere near her.
I’ll write next week about the next book in the series: Lover Eternal.