Blood Vow by J.R Ward
Series: Black Dagger Legacy, #2
Genre: Fantasy | Romance | Paranormal
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 480 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on May 23rd 2017 by Ballantine Books (first published December 6th 2016)
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER – J. R. Ward returns with an all-new tale of paranormal passion in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood.
As Axe’s past becomes known, and fate seems to be turning against Rhage, both males must reach deep–and pray that love, rather than anger, will be their lantern in the darkness.
I didn’t enjoy first book of Black Dagger Legacy that much, so it took me forever to pick the second book up.
Elise wants to keep studying and has a goal about going into a private counseling practice for the race, specializing in PTSD. But she needs to do it in secret from her dad. I like that while Elise has always been a good daughter, he wants to break free from her father and doesn’t want to give anyone the opportunity to tell her what she can or can’t do.
I really enjoy good girl/ bad boy romances and this one was great but I also didn’t get as much from it as I usually do. Axe got jealous about someone else being interested in her and neither anted to be mated in the beginning but all in all I wish there had been more those really romantic scenes.
I love Mary and Rhage but I didn’t really care about their drama with Bitty. I also saw some similarities with Qhuinn and Peyton, which didn’t make me big fan of Peyton’s. I don’t even like the original Qhuinn.
All in all good book but I didn’t really care for rest of the plot besides Elise and Axwelle. There was one new character I’m really interested in, though and can’t wait to read more about him. Besides that while I enjoyed the ending, I didn’t really like how “the fight” got resolved.