Review: Blood Kiss by J.R. Ward (BDB Legacy #1)


Blood Kiss by J.R. Ward (BDB Legacy #1) // VBCBlood Kiss
(Black Dagger Brotherhood Legacy #1)
J.R. Ward

Published: Dec. 1, 2015 (Signet)
Purchase at: Book Depository or Amazon
Review source: copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review

Reviewed by: Chelsea

Rating (out of 5): 4 stars

Note: This review was originally published at Heroes & Heartbreakers. We’re running it in part here, but for the full article, please visit H&H.

The intensity of the scenes between Craeg and Paradise in Blood Kiss may be liable to melt e-reader screens and singe paperback pages. J.R. Ward has again created a couple that craves one another and fights it because they’re stubborn. Except that inherent frustration only makes every interaction burn brighter. Sure, Paradise’s blindness to Craeg’s feelings can make you want to intervene like any good friend, but every moment between those two is palpable, purposeful, and will positively leave you needing more.

Just like Craeg and Paradise.

Blood Kiss will certainly sate fans of the early Black Dagger Brotherhood novels, but it also splits plot time with ongoing threads with Butch and Marissa and vampire societal issues that work whether you’re up-to-date on the series or not.


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