Review: Lover Unveiled by J. R. Ward

Sahvage has been living under the radar for centuries-and he has every intention of staying 'dead and buried.' But when a civilian female sucks him into her dangerous battle with an evil as ancient as time, his protective side overrides his common sense.

Mae has lost everything, and desperation sets her on a collision course with fate. Determined to reverse a tragedy, she goes where mortals should fear to tread- and comes face to face with the Brotherhood's new enemy. She also discovers a love she never expected to find with Sahvage, but there can be no future for them.

Knowing they will part, the two band together to fight against what Mae unknowingly unleashed- as the Brotherhood closes in to reclaim one of their damned, and the evil vows to destroy them all...
I admit I'm not into vampires like I was. I don't read as many books with them in them anymore. I do have a few authors that I keep up with and Ward is one of them. Okay, keep up is stretching it a little bit. I'm slightly off on reading them in order. My bad, it happens sometimes when reviewing. 

So let's see, this week I went from a cover with fluffy dogs on it to this one. I'm so lucky! 

This is a great cover and if you aren't into paranormal romance this cover might change your mind and have you trying it. 

If you follow me then you know I love male-driven romance series. This series reminds me why I love them. One thing Ward does almost better than any other author is her male-driven stories. She does a wonderful job of showing you them for who they are, every facet of their lives. The good and sometimes, the bad. 

I really loved Sahvage. He really spoke to me. He's a wonderful character. One that has no problem carrying the story. Which he does because I liked him better than Mae. It's not that I didn't like her because I did, just not as much. With her, I had moments where I would sigh and think, 'really'. Not that it changed how as a whole I felt about the story, I still enjoyed that. 

In fact, this one was very easy to get into and read. Sometimes Wards stories can feel like they have gotten away from her with all that's going on but this one made me feel like I only read a hundred pages instead of the huge page count. I don't know about you but I love that in my books. 

For those who love her books, you are in for a treat. I really think you'll enjoy this one. For those who might want to try her and grab this one I think you'll be able to read it no problem and keep up. I do think that when you fall in love with this one you'll want to go back and then I think you should read the series in order. 

I'm so glad that I was invited to review this story. It took me away from my every day and swept me away on an adventure. Do you guys like her books? 





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