JR Ward - Black Dagger Brotherhood 04 Lover Revealed. Read more Black Dagger Brotherhood 05 Lover Unbound. Read more. J R Ward: Lover Revealed LOVER REVEALED In the shadows of the night in Caldwell, New York, there's a war raging between. A hard-living ex-homicide cop, he's the only human ever to be allowed in the inner circle of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. His heart belongs to a female vampire, Marissa, an aristocratic beauty who's way out of his league. Left for dead, he's found by a miracle, and the Brotherhood.
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Butch O`Neal is a fighter by nature. A hard-living ex-homicide cop, he`s the only human ever to be allowed in the inner circle of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. DOWNLOAD A Hunger Like No Other (Immortals After Dark #2) PDF FREE . DOWNLOAD Lover Revealed (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #4) PDF FREE. Lover Revealed By J.R. Ward PDF eBook Download and Read Online Release Date: Genre: Paranormal Size: MB Read Online and Download .
It has it all, a bumpy but beautiful love story, a damaged hero finding his way, a naive sheltered heroine fin 4. It has it all, a bumpy but beautiful love story, a damaged hero finding his way, a naive sheltered heroine finding herself, and loyal friends so close they're family. Butch was such a sweetheart.
He was so gentle and tender with Marissa. Protective, loyal, brave, charming, and strong Butch was everything a hero should be. I loved his special friendship with V. Loved the fact that he would have died before betraying the brothers and their shellans. Butch had a sad backstory and I was so glad that he found his home with the brothers. Marissa grew a lot in this book. She started out timid, very naive, and insecure.
I loved how she found her backbone. She found her true calling helping others and she stood up for herself. What I didn't like was there was a few times she wasn't very supportive of Butch's role in the Brotherhood. I know she was scared of losing him but she could have stood by her man more. Of course she turns it around and redeems herself, but I just wish she would have had his back from the start.
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Pray the Hanuman by signing of this kavasam. It was the Jayanthi day of "MahaPeriyava" and the performance was indeed blessed with a small but knowledgeable audience.
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He was in deep penance for several weeks, not talking or even communicating by gesture. One could not know if he even heard the devotees' words. In this drama, our sins add up. My pranams to HH mahaperiyava and thanks to Mr. Erode Nagaraj, our forumite played very well.
Furthermore, at the beginning of the story, both of them think that they have no chance with the other. When their relationship settles, and their true feelings for each other are revealed, it doesn't mean their problems are solved magically.
They have to work on their relationship, communicate a lot, and handle conflits. But it's not an easy ride. At first, Marissa is very self-centered. She doesn't seem to be interested in Butch's past, family, problems, plans, and dreams.
She is engaged in her reputation, virginity, the difficulties of her feeding, and only her own happiness. She totally ignores the very real threat to the vampire race, and demands Butch not to fight. Her behavior in erotic situations is absolutely unbelievable.
Lover Revealed is not only a romance, but also the individual development of Butch and Marissa. Butch is a very complex character. He has many thoughts and desires, many scars on his soul. His relationship with Vishous is very special, and hopefully it will always be.
It is just so great to see them together. I love the bond, the understanding between them. This part of the story was done brilliantly, I loved it. Secondary characters. All in all.
Never my enemy. My favorite quotes. Ward fans. He's one of my favourite Brothers, along with Rhage and V. Especially, when they are all together and joking around. Even as a human, this dude can kick some serious ass. He's such a tough guy, known as the hard-ass for a reason. But there is also this charming, sweet side to him as well. Butch definitely has what it takes to run with the vampires! I loved Marissa as well. I felt so bad for her in Dark Lover.
She is so innocent and pure, yet all these terrible things happen to her. As Butch always says, none of it is her fault. Her character grew more and more on me and I felt like she finally found herself as she went through the rollercoaster of emotions for Butch.
Actually, I found that my favourite characters are all mixed into this one - Butch, Marissa, Rehv, and even Xhex. I squealed when Butch got inducted to the Brotherhood. I couldn't help myself. The scene where Nurse Vishous gets all doctored up and turns Butch into a vampire was pretty cool too. It's just so great to see that Butch has finally found his family and fits right in. For once, he is no longer the outside. Lover Revealed is a great love story.
Butch and V are the shit when they're together!!! Favourite Quote: V smiled, his eyes shiny as if he were too choked up. So, I guess you're back, true?
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I'm thinking about a future in contracting. Wanted to see how this bathroom was put together. Excellent tile work. You should check it. View all 79 comments. Apr 25, Christy rated it it was amazing. We also get a good bit of Vishous and John Matthew. Once again, I was wrong. I loved this one! Butch didn't live in his own place. He didn't spend his own money. He had no job, no future. He was a well-kept pet, not a man.
Butch has never really felt like he belonged. Not with his family, not with his friends or job. And not one of worth. He lives in the pit with his best friend V, and pines over vampire royalty, Marissa, who wants nothing to do with him.
One night, he decides to do something about it. In the form of taking on the lessers to save some civilian vampires. He barley makes it out alive, after being tortured by the lessers and the Omega himself, and when V finds him, somethings wrong.
Marissa has a lot of the same feelings as Butch. After everything that happened with Wrath, she too feels unworthy. She is from an aristocratic family, but after all these years is not mated. Is there something wrong with her? Her presence helps him heal. She wants to be with him, but there are complications.
Not only is Butch not well, her brother essentially disowns her for wanting to be with a human male. With no where to go, she goes to the Brotherhoood. Wrath takes her in. She and Butch become even closer when he starts to heal. Then he starts to fight. Marissa freaks out a bit. It becomes a wedge between the two. Marissa is afraid. Butch is better, but still not completely healed. There is still something in him, something the Omega left behind.
And it really freaks him out. Butch needs a purpose. When and opportunity arises, to do something that could keep him with the BDB, keep him with Marissa.
He has to take it. I felt like Marissa was one of the most realistic females of the BDB. She loved Butch so much, and she was worried for him. But she compromised when he explained what he wanted and why he wanted it.
There were a few nail biting moments, but it all worked out. I thought the ending was just great! The Destroyer has arrived and you are he. Butch not only has his relationship with Marissa, he has a special relationship with Vischous. They have had a special bond since the first book. V had it rough this book. Now he watches Butch and Marissa together. He longs for something like that. He is instrumental in healing Butch, and helping Butch in this story. If I were the author of these books, I just may have let Butch and V explore what they had together I just LOVE these two!
And Marissa could always end up with Rehv, right? Win win? Wishful thinking on my part I guess. This is for sure my new favorite PNR series I am seriously finding it difficult to wait a week in between books, but hey- something to look forward to I guess As I mentioned before, we not only get Butch and Marissa in this book, a big part is some of the secondary characters. Especially Vischous. He better get a really happy ending. And of course View all 50 comments. Jan 18, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: Excellent re-read!
Full review to come Never did a casting or review the first time around. My Butch: Yep, I couldn't choose just one! My Marissa: True romantics. I loved this book from page one. Butch resonated with me because he was so tortured. He was just as tortured as Zsadist but in different way.
He got abused by his father and his mother ignored him. And his siblings pretty much followed their example and disowned Butch when his sister died. He felt like he was worth nothing and had nothing to live for. He was abusing himself and slowly killing himself day by day because his family had basically rejected him. That's why I love that he found The Br I loved this book from page one. That's why I love that he found The Brotherhood. He found a sense of family and belonging, although he still felt different because he wasn't a vampire.
I love the relationship between Butch and Vishous. I haven't read many romances between men, and this one isn't per se. Their relationship remained unconsummated, but they definitely have strong feelings for each other that will remain, the sexual moreso on Vishous' side. I was so glad that Butch had Vishous to love him and take care of him, and vice versa. More than anything, I am so glad that Butch has Marissa.
I think they are a wonderful couple, my second favorite in this series. Butch never thought he deserved anything, but he got his princess in Marissa. Marissa is not perfect, but to Butch she is perfect. And the great thing is that Marissa needed to be loved and adored.
She felt rejected by her people the glymera since Wrath did not love her and did not want her as his Shellan, and she felt she could not live up to their and her brother's expectations. She was slowly dying inside, until Butch came and his adoration gave her the acceptance she needed.
I also loved how Marissa came into her own and became the strong woman she was meant to be so she believe in herself, and she could stand at Butch's side, not behind him or in front of him. I really could not put this book down and was on the emotional rollercoaster ride along with the characters.
There are more moments of interaction between the Brothers and their Shellans that are touching, and you get to see how everyone is doing. There is also trouble brewing with the Lessers and things heat up, and Butch is intricately involved with this change in the War with the Lessers. We also get to see more of the intriguing and seductive Rhev. He is so yummy to me. I love how tender and solicitious he is to Marissa.
If there was no Butch, I'd probably like Rhev and Marissa to be together. But since there is a Butch Thank God , Marissa is his. There are so many scenes that I love, but one of my favorites is when Butch goes to be inducted into the Brotherhood and all the shellans are lined up in their dresses that represent their Hellrens, and there is Marissa waiting for him.
I almost started crying. I am tearing up writing this right now. In the end, I cannot even put into words how deeply this book affected me. Although I love Lover Awakened the most, this is definitely my second favorite. View all 13 comments. Sep 25, Mel rated it really liked it Shelves: Lover Revealed was a decent book.
It doesn't have the intensity Lover Awakened had, but afterall: Butch isn't Zsadist. Don't get me wrong: I love Butch. And I liked Marissa. And I luuuved Butch and V. View all 21 comments. Oct 31, Sandra rated it really liked it Shelves: I must admit, at the thought of reading Butch's and Marissa's story i was all like For those who don't know i was NOT a big fan of them both in the previous books.
Butch i kinda hated, and Marissa seemed really pathetic to me. Not a great mix of emotions, true? Especially if you are the kind of reader which i think the majority of us are that if you do not care for the characters you do not care for the book. I am that type of reader, and that statement is accurate as that was exactly what h I must admit, at the thought of reading Butch's and Marissa's story i was all like I am that type of reader, and that statement is accurate as that was exactly what happened with Lover Revealed.
But first Marissa is scarred in the society and in her own eyes ever since Wrath, the vampire's blind King, took a half-bred vampire as a mate. Marissa has been waiting for 3 centuries to be in her shoes. Now, everyone, even her, thinks she ain't good enough. But Butch O'Neal is about to change that. Pushed aside.
Even though Butch is now fighting his own demons literally , he will show Marissa how much she is truly worth, and will heal her Will her love be enough to save HIM?
Butch O'Neal is an ally and loyal friend of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, who will face the challenge of his life and the evil of the ages. Is he barely a pawn in a dangerous game between vampires and their slayers, or is he a winning card? I did not enjoy Lover Revealed until i reached over pages. That might be because Butch and Marissa really did start to grow on me. R Ward has proven that she is the kind of author who will most likely never disappoint.
The way she writes her books, develops her characters, and captures your imagination is quite Her characters seem like real people because not only do they not sound similar you can know who it is just by their talk , but also because they have something unique in them. This is not going to be a big review as everything that is to be said about this book, series, and author is already said in other people's awesome reviews.
So go check them out if you want to know more!
View all 24 comments. You feel me? I have to be honest, I didn't care too much for Butch at the start of this series, he was just an 'extra' character, a filler, but he has grown on me in a lovely way. He is a man of honour, a lost man Where does he belong? Who does he belong with? Still on the outside looking in. He wants to belong to Marissa He wants Marissa to belong to him Is any of this possible????? This is what was going through my mind as I was reading this fantastic, passionate brother loving story Marissa, the heroine is, " Compassionate," all the things a good heroine needs to be and I warmed to her and wanted her to have a 'happy ever after.
It has all the usual elements, the characters we love and a couple of new ones to add to the mix. It has left me wanting more MINE Butch, in my opinion, well and truly earns his place in this story and the world of the Only look at the spoiler if you want to know View all 37 comments. Oct 19, Shurrn rated it really liked it Shelves: The Black Dagger Brotherhood continues to deliver amazing stories, but was compromised by the inclusion of a questionable love interest Sorry Butch No… not the first moment.
My opinion of Marissa detracted from my enjoyment of this book. I found the relationship between Vishous and Butch far mo The Black Dagger Brotherhood continues to deliver amazing stories, but was compromised by the inclusion of a questionable love interest I found the relationship between Vishous and Butch far more interesting than the romance between Butch and Marissa more on that later … While so much happened which will affect the future of the Brotherhood, and the Vampire Race as a whole, I feel like the this book failed to stand up next to the previous books in the series.
Don't hate me. Let's face it, Zsadist's story was a tough act to follow… I know several people who adored Butch from the very first book… I was not one of those people. I didn't dislike him; I was simply far more interested in the Brotherhood to really care about Butch's self-loathing… I enjoy a broken alpha-male as much as the next woman; but you can't "use the power of love" to cure self-loathing… Note the "SELF" prefix.
One of the things which I enjoy about J. I kept crossing my fingers that she was going to metaphorically grow a pair, but I was wishing for too much.
There were times when female hysteria got everyone's attention, and this was one of them. I'll be honest, Marissa's whole personality has me hesitant to start Lover Unbound. I'm trying to tell myself that in a general population study, there have to be a few idiot simpering spoiled rich bitches… But seriously… I wanted to take a dagger to Marissa on more than one occasion throughout the course of this book.
Every time she showed a little backbone, she'd crumple right afterward. Two steps forward, Three steps back… Her saving grace was view spoiler [ 1.
Torching all of her dresses in the yard and the epic line afterward. Well, wasn't this a night for firsts. Deciding to create a Vampire version of a Women's Shelter, thereby gaining her a purpose in life Standing up to Havers and The Council… My opinions on her aside, the way the Council and Havers treated Marissa was unforgivable, and allowed me to cut her some slack.
Eventually dropping to her knees and begging Butch to take her back after she was acting like a hypocritical little idiot. Something which might have encouraged me to like Marissa's character a little bit more: I would have Loved, Loved, Loved to have been a fly on the wall when Beth, Mary, and Bella sat down with Marissa to straighten her out. Especially Beth, something tells me that she would have shook some sense into Marissa and I really needed a dose of Strong Female by that point in the book.
One of my favorite aspects of J. Ward's writing is that she can flip Points of View so seamlessly between her characters. Just when I was getting raging mad and ready to throw my book frustrated with Marisssa, we would switch to other characters like Vishous or John Our favorite characters are still growing, and we continue to see their evolution. I will be taking a bit of a break before reading Vishous's Story in Lover Unbound.
I am excited to learn more about him, especially as he seemed to be leading up to a precipice throughout this book. Some of My Favorite Moments: The rough bastard somehow smoothed out the edges of life, probably because he was like sandpaper, a scratchy, persistent wrong-way rub that left everything more even.
More like his cock swore out loud. She might not have any clue who she was, but better to be lost and searching than shoved into a social box by someone else. The grin was so wide he had to cover is fangs with the back of his gloved hand. And just as well. I've never let someone take my vein before. I'm a vascular virgin Where you registered? Crate and Bury 'Em? You say the nicest things. V's answer was factual, straight to the point.
Hell, any plan that ended with "and then we pray" was not a trip to Disneyland.
I will update links as they become available 1. Dark Lover - My Review 2. Lover Eternal - My Review 3. Lover Awakened - My Review 4. Lover Unbound - My Review 6. Lover Enshrined - My Review 6. Lover Avenged - My Review 8. Lover Mine - My Review 9. Lover Unleashed - My Review Lover Reborn - My Review Lover At Last - My Review The King - My Review The Shadows - My Review View all 5 comments. Feb 07, Julianna rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Fans of PNR Romance.
Reviewed for www. Unfortunately, I found it a bit difficult to become emotionally invested in the ups and downs of their relationship as presented in Lover Revealed. I think this may have been the result of a few different things. First, Butch and Marissa spent very little time together during those initia Reviewed for www. First, Butch and Marissa spent very little time together during those initial scenes in Dark Lover and it was all very sweet and innocent. They were then separated for a month period over the course of two more books, during which their relationship was still in play, but on the sidelines, with both of them pining desperately for each other.
While this alone could be cited as an indication of their deep love, I really would have liked to see their relationship reestablished before they started engaging in sexual intimacy. When compared to the previous books in the series, I thought that Lover Revealed was simply lacking in the lovely, heart-stopping romantic scenes that I really love to see.
In addition, during the course of the entire book, at least one of these two characters though sometimes both at once seemed to be holding the other at arms length, so I found it difficult to really feel their love in the powerful way that I did with the main characters in the prequels.
While these were the primary reasons for my feeling a lack of romance in this story, I also think the world shifting that was taking place was a contributing factor as well. In and of itself this was certainly not a bad thing, as a continuing series such as this would not hold up well to critical scrutiny for long if it just kept telling the same narrative of the war between the vampires and the lessers only with a different couple in the lead.
In this respect, I understand the author's choice to move the story to another level, but in my opinion, these changes in many ways overshadowed the love and romance that I was expecting. Vishous was also such an important character in this book, and his relationship with Butch ran so deep that it seemed like Marissa had a difficult time getting a strong foothold in the story.
As I mentioned earlier, I went into this book liking Butch and Marissa very much, and while I did not find them to be particularly unlikable at any time during this story, I did have a hard time fully relating to them.
I think this was owing to the author not digging quite deep enough with the characters emotions, particularly Marissa's, as well as the rapid and drastic changes that took place in both of their lives, which completely caught me off guard. This was definitely a good thing, as I wouldn't want the plot to be too predictable, but so many things were happening so quickly that I had a hard time adjusting to all the shifts.
Marissa went from a meek and docile female to an independent, outspoken, and basically liberated female almost overnight. While there is much to be said for those qualities, I think that perhaps finding some middle ground or building these changes more slowly would have been more believable. Butch's transformation was somewhat slower, yet incredibly dramatic. Even by the end of the book, I had been so blown away by everything that happened, I was still having a hard time thinking of him as anything but the human ex-cop who had been befriended by the Brotherhood.
Still it was all an intriguing turn of events that did help to propel the story and the series forward. In spite of these perceived deficiencies, there were still things to like about these two characters.
Butch, like the vampire brothers, was a tortured hero, one of my favorite kinds. He had never felt the love of a family until the Brotherhood took him into their confidence and their home, and he had also never felt like he belonged anywhere until then. In this book, he was finally able to find the missing pieces of himself. Butch was also very kind and considerate toward Marissa and a true friend to Vishous, as well as completely loyal to the Brotherhood. While Marissa for her part, made some rather selfish choices out of her sense of fear for Butch's safety, she at least recognized her mistakes and corrected them in the end.
At the heart of her character, she was a gentle soul which was evidenced in her work at the hospital early on, but I found myself wishing that this part of her had been explored more fully. It just ultimately seemed like her newfound independence, rather overshadowed her kind heart. I did however, enjoy the scenes of her starting the Safe House for abused and displaced females, and hope to see more of her work with the shelter in the future.
In my opinion, what Lover Revealed was lacking in it's main characters, was made up for in it's secondary characters. These were some of the parts that I enjoyed reading the most. Wrath and Beth played significant roles for the first time since Dark Lover , and it was nice to see them front and center again. Zadist and Bella shared a playfully sensuous interaction, which even though it was only one scene, really stuck with me as being very beautiful and romantic, and Zsadist was able to put in some additional time as an instructor to their new trainees.
As with the past two books, I greatly enjoyed John Matthew and his continuing story. I also sensed a friendship growing between him and Zsadist which I hope to see more fully explored in future books. There were a couple of the young vampire trainees who played larger roles in this book.
I liked the awkwardness of Blaylock going through his transformation, and it was great to see Lash finally get his comeuppance.
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Bella's brother and club owner, Rehvenge, put in another appearance, adding more details and intrigue to his character as well.
There was also an interesting sub-plot involving the fore-lesser , Mr. X, and his surprising desire to be freed from the Omega, and I also enjoyed the shellans creating a sisterhood of sorts, which I felt rather mirrored the relationship that their mates share. The strongest of the secondary characters, who was fleshed out the most though, was Vishous. In previous books, he has been pretty much an enigma. For the most part, he was merely the techo-genius who held everything together, but who obviously harbored some very special gifts.
Those gifts as well as glimpses of his backstory and personality are finally explored in Lover Revealed. Vishous's deep friendship with Butch seemed to develop into something more, at least from V's perspective, but nothing of a romantic nature ever happened as a result of it. In some ways they reminded me of Zsadist and Phury with their twins connection, and it became obvious by the end of the story that Butch and V are twins of a sort, two halves of a whole, who will likely share a special connection for life.
Ultimately, there was a lot of complexity surrounding their relationship, which I believe could be interpreted as symbolic of this greater connection.
From what I perceived, Vishous was a male who, not unlike his fellow members of the brotherhood, has many soul-deep wounds that torment him. It seems that he had never experienced real love and acceptance in his life either giving or receiving until meeting Butch and his feelings concerning this are confusing to him. He also doesn't seem to fully understand the bonding of his fellow brothers to their females, but does question in his own mind what this might be like.
Vishous seems to have a penchant for hard core BDSM though it isn't played out in particularly explicit details which normally would not be my cup of tea, but Ms. Ward has painted an otherwise sympathetic picture of V which leaves the appealing potential for a Zsadist type of story for him. I can say that the author's portrayal of V has intrigued me sufficiently to whet my appetite for the next book, Lover Unbound , in which he becomes the hero.
Although I thought that Lover Revealed could have been a little better, especially romantically, the continuing story of the Brotherhood is one that I find to be very intriguing and still difficult to put down in spite of any weaknesses that might be present.For the most part, he was merely the techo-genius who held everything together, but who obviously harbored some very special gifts.
Even though she got a little tough in this book, she is still a fragile female, not that I didn't like it or that it got on my nerves, that's just the way she seemed to me.
It takes hardly 10 minutes. Vaidyanathan Gururajan is on Facebook. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I must say that after getting to know V in this story He is always so miserable! Only look at the spoiler if you want to know She molded her characters in each book thoroughly until they're ready to get their own books, so that's why this book is far beyond my expection so much. I know she was scared of losing him but she could have stood by her man more.
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