Editorial Reviews. Review. “J.R. Ward’s unique band of brothers is to die for. I love this series!”—New York Times bestselling author bestseller Suzanne. Lover At Last (Black Dagger Brotherhood, Book 11) and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view Audible audiobook. ‘Lover at Last’ Black Dagger Brotherhood #11 by J.R. Ward. Received from the Publisher. From the BLURB: Qhuinn, son of no one, is used to.

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I loved all the books. Yes, bonded males are possessive and all that bullcrap.

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I wanted more interaction between the two men. Can’t wait to see what comes next!

Well up until view spoiler [the epilogue and then everything is wrapped up in this nice little package. He has that pull I look for in a romantic hero, for sure. The Qhuay Saga has finally come to a close. None of that matters when it comes to Qhuinn and Blay.

I can’t really tell anymore. When his layers were finally peeled back, I wept. I’m not even talking about what the Brothers think of a gay couple.


Saxton breaking up with Blay: I had a total ‘Say what?! They were two kids in a sudden grown-up situation and no one made sure dagyer were okay afterwards.

Let’s not start bringing in a bunch of new characters just to milk the series for all its worth. She doesn’t normally write gay sex scenes, and it was obvious. I ta adding other characters and back stories so a series can go in different directions. No more back and forth. You always have been. As simple as that. That’s all there is to it.

Ward tries to force her fans to buy future books, by starting love stories of other couples in advance. And then last year it was announced, BAM! He just had to wait until that person was ready to be claimed. Open Preview See a Problem? I didn’t really feel this was their story. Yet they know that they are on opposite sides of this war. Lists with This Book.

Nice try but no dice, Ward. But what I wanted was for a whole book to be Qhuay finally being together, a mating scent and some real commitment.

But how is he going to hit the wall? They can come for twenty minutes straight, they are beyond such trivialness. Are there actually readers that like this character? View all comments. My favorite vlack stories was the shadows.


Lover at Last (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #11) by J.R. Ward (3 star ratings)

I love all of this series. I was so sad for that because he’s done it in previous books but not when he actually has the guy to cover his scent with: Let me just say I am eagerly waiting seeing where things go next with Assail.

Other than that, Butch suddenly added ‘wicked’ to his vocabulary, V lost his ‘true’, Layla lost her Chosen speech completely at times, Assail got more Old Worldly by the chapter, rules around ahstrux nohtrum-ship changed, and Trez met Selena for the first time Will Lassiter ever be more than comic relief?

As always, Ward did an excellent job of ansty, flawed, and heartbreaking characters.