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Ward, this probably isn't the book for you. Yes, there is new material in it, but you're not going to buy this book just for the original short at the beginning. The majority of this book consists of a lot of insider baseball, which is great if you're a major league fan. I started in the middle, skipped around things I'd already seen on the website, and then went back and read Father Mine the original short story. Finally, I read the preview of the upcoming book about Rehvenge.

May can't get here fast enough! I recommend the short story to everyone who is even remotely interested in the Brotherhood and JR Ward. It is really very good. If you only have a passing curiosity about the rest, check this out from the library. But, if you're a big fan, you won't need me to tell you to buy this book. In fact, you probably already have it! View all 8 comments.

Jan 02, Buggy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Zsadist and Bella's 81 page short story alone is worth the price of admission. Huge insight is given into each book in the series and the Brotherhoods world, as well as a ton of other information. I actually came away from this feeling like the Brothers were real people. Imagine if you will moonlight fly fishing with Wrath or driving with Zsadist in his Porsche to Target and doing some shopping.


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You'll also get to ride along with Butch in a golf cart and launch rockets at the mansion. Who knew Rhage did yoga? And John Mathew's true identity is finally revealed. This book although an insiders guide felt more like book 7 in the series, with focus given to all the characters. The Brothers even go to JR Ward's house to interview her and I found the writers guide particularly interesting. Covering the birth and months afterward, concentrating on Z's adjustment into fatherhood sigh, this is heart wrenching.

Most romantic thing you've ever done and J. R's personal interview with each Brother while out and about. Included is the proposal for the Brotherhood series that was sent through JR's agent to her publishes. Includes some very funny scenes filled with unmerciful teasing and Phury and Cormia's mating ceremony. When they were born, transitioned, met each other and joined the Brotherhood. I wouldn't recommend this guide unless you've read the first 6 books in this amazing series.

All Diehard BDB fans!! I cannot believe how long I waited to get this book. If you're a member of J.


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  4. But even if you are, that doesn't mean you should skip out on this one. There is a ton of stuff to indulge in that will satisfy your hunger of the Brothers until the next book comes out. One of my favourite parts of this book is the deleted scenes. Ward g I cannot believe how long I waited to get this book. Ward gives us a glimpse of scenes that have been removed or altered from its book form. I think my favourites one are the ones of Cormia and Phury. God, they are just perfect for one another aren't they?

    That scene made me blush and the one that takes place five years later is precious. Another one of my favourites is the questionaire that the Brothers fill out. It's kind of interesting to see their answers and bash on one other Rhage is king when it comes to that.

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    Cracking open the spine of this book is like diving into the mansion and experiencing the macho frat boy atmosphere along with the Brothers. You feel it, you know? What can I say? Father Mine tore me apart. It was so beautiful and elegantly written. I felt so humble that I could experience something so personal and so important between Z and Bella. Their interactions with Nalla are what brought on the tears. With Z's guilt pushed aside and Bella there to comfort him, Nalla now as the chance to love her father as she was meant to from the beginning.

    Speaking of heartbreaking moments, another one is the interview with Tohr and Wellsie. My God, they are beautiful, aren't they? Their chemistry is as potent as ever and I am saddened to know the future outcome for them. Though that does not take away the validity of their love. They belong to one another.

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    And what a cool thing to add: Being one myself, I was totally and completely entranced by this section. To be honest, I want to be J. It's the honest truth. So the fact that she is willing to share her tips and successes with fans is great. If you're dying for more Brothers, this one is a no-brainer.

    View all comments. I think he assumed that if Z ever healed a little, that his own suffering would be over. Jul 30, Julie jjmachshev rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'm just not sure what else to say about "The Black Dagger Brotherhood: An Insider's Guide" by J.

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    For those who have gotten caught up in this series, it's an absolute 'must buy' for your keeper shelf! Ward has included, among other things: I gnawed on this one like a chocoholic at Godiva's! Don't miss it, or the brothers View all 4 comments. Jul 26, Christy rated it really liked it.

    Just a few paragraphs about my boy's and their shellans hanging out ;. Apr 15, Julianna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Fans of the BDB. It fills in the blanks for Zsadist and Bella, covering the events that occurred in their lives between the final chapter and epilogue of Lover Awakened. It relates the narrative of Nalla's birth, and the subsequent return of Z's nightmares of his horrific past. Z is one of my favorite brothers, because he is tough as nails on the outside but broken and vulnerable inside.

    He is such an amazing character, I could read dozens of stories about him and never get tired of them. Z is extremely complex and multi-layered which is one of the things I love about him. I liked that J. Ward didn't make the end of Lover Awakened the end for Z. In real life, recovery from abuse is never, in my experience, something that is miraculously overcome, and there may be unexpected things that can trigger unpleasant memories even after one thinks they've been put to rest.

    With this in mind, it made perfect sense that the birth of Z's daughter would reawaken some of his past issues, and it became an opportunity for him to take the next step in the healing process. I had been somewhat disappointed that the effects of Bella's abuse at the hands of the lesser in Lover Awakened was not really explored, so it was nice to see how she had been able to get closure as well.

    Father Mine was a beautifully told story in which Z and Bella, once again, show the unfathomable depth of love they have for one another, and now for their new daughter as well. All of the brothers except Butch put in an appearance in this novella, as well as Mary and Jane. There was a little hint of what the future may hold for Rhage and Mary as well, and I'll be interested to see how that plays out.

    Father Mine was a sweet, tender, romantic story. It was a definite keeper for me, and in my opinion, a must-read for fans of the series. I've been away from the brothers for far too long, and I'm glad to be back, anxiously looking forward to reading the rest of this book, and continuing the series.

    Although it doesn't have an official book number, Father Mine falls between Lover Enshrined and Lover Avenged in the series ordering. The questionnaires and J. As I read these sections, I alternated between cracking up at their jokes my hubby asked me what was so funny and feeling touched by how genuinely real these characters seem to me.

    It must have been a challenge for J. Ward to play herself plus get in character to play each brother in turn at the same time. I really appreciated her efforts on this, because I had a blast reading each one. Ward's craft comments on each book gave me a lot of insights into her personality as both a person and a writer. She also made me think about certain aspects of the stories and characters in a deeper way, so that I now understand a few things about the world she has created even better than I had before.

    I love time travel in stories, but strangely hadn't really considered how the Scribe Virgin and the Omega had altered the space-time continuum in this series.

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    Ward brought that up, because I had a fun, mind-blowing time pondering all that. It seems that we think quite a bit alike which I've come to conclude must be one of the reasons I love the Black Dagger Brotherhood series so much. As a newly aspiring author myself, I found Ms. Ward's advice for writers section to be both helpful and inspiring. It was comforting to know that I am already on the right track in some areas, and I learned several new things that could be invaluable in the future if I decide to attempt to publish. I also really appreciated the story of her meeting with Suzanne Brockmann at the RWA convention and her feelings that she could never live up to the writing standard that Ms.

    When I sit down to my computer to write, I've had these same feelings usually in regards to J. Ward herself and other authors that I really admire. Ward sharing that small part of herself touched my heart and encouraged me in ways that are difficult to express. The Black Dagger Brotherhood proposal was very interesting. I enjoyed seeing all the little things that changed between the original concept and the finished manuscript. At the same time I was amazed by how well fleshed out everything was right from the start and that so few changes were made.

    I think the most major character difference was that Phury had a different backstory, and he and Zsadist weren't brothers. The biggest storyline difference was how Dark Lover ended. From the perspective of an aspiring writer and a big fan of the series, it was all was rather fascinating and a really fun walk down memory lane. I absolutely loved the deleted scenes. A couple presented extra character development on John Matthew, Butch and Vishous, as well as a far-distant future epilogue for Phury and Cormia.

    The others were smokin' hot love scenes, one between Zsadist and Bella and the other between Phury and Cormia, both of which were altered before the final draft. I loved reading every one of them.

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    They were so good, I wish that they could have remained in their respective books. The Kicks and Giggles section was pretty fun to read. The brothers have always had their own special brand of dark sarcasm that frequently makes me laugh, so having all their best humorous scenes and one-liners collected together in one place was a treat that kept a smile on my face almost the whole time I was reading this part. The Brothers on the Board section is edited interactions between the brothers and the fans on J.

    The first half is similar to the Kicks and Giggles section in that the brothers are in fine form, pulling pranks on one another and letting their silly sides show. The second half is more serious and actually gives some insights into Lassiter's relationship with the brothers. In this part the alpha posturing is pretty intense.

    I think the brothers definitely need their females to balance them out, otherwise all that testosterone would be pretty overwhelming. The final bit detailed the absolutely lovely mating ceremony of Phury and Cormia which brought a few tears to my eyes. I always seem to cry at weddings. The first story was written in a casual "this is what the characters did today" sort of way. The second story about Wrath was written more formally and did feel like an extra scene that might have been in one of the books, not to mention it was quite steamy. The last two were written from J.

    In my opinion, all of them added even more depth to the characters who were a part of the stories. I know that this section and the Brothers on the Board section can both be found on J. Ward's website, but I had never read them before. Even if I had, I think it was nice to have them neatly edited and gathered together in one place, so that I don't have to go searching for them online.

    The Old Language was particularly nice, because I can now visualize the shellans names on the brothers backs. If only I had known that the Old Language was in this book, I wouldn't have had to decipher it in Lover Avenged , but then again, geek that I am, it would have taken all the fun out of it for me. The In Memoriam was a beautiful family moment with Tohr, Wellsie, and John Matthew which really underscored the loss of Wellsie and the disappearance of Tohr, and what a huge hole was left without them.

    An Insider's Guide , and in my opinion, it is a must-have for die-hard fans of the series like me. There is so much extra info here that is simply not to be missed, and although the brothers already felt like they truly existed somewhere before, they feel even more real now. For me, reading this book was also a great way to reintroduce myself to the Brotherhood's world after a long absence, and now I'm really stoked to read Lover Avenged. View all 10 comments. Dec 01, Alba M. Readers will savor interviews with their favorite characters, deleted scenes, exciting material from the J.

    Ward message board and the answers to their burning questions.

    They'll learn what it's like for J. Ward to write each installment of the series, and in a fascinating twist, read an interview with the author - conducted by the Brothers. Plus readers will get a sneak peek at the much anticipated next book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, Lover Avenged. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. I Agree This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and if not signed in for advertising.

    Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Black Dagger Brotherhood Series by cover. Ward Same series: Crave , Envy Fallen Angels. The Darkest Lie Lords of the Underworld. Faefever , Dreamfever Fever. World-building becomes more complex as the series evolves.

    Related series La confraternita del pugnale nero. Black Dagger Brotherhood [German]. Romantic Sounds Audio [titles A-F]. New York Times bestseller. AAR Top Romances. Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award. Saxton, son of Thym. Montrag, son of Rehm. How do series work? Helpers GwynethM 42 , smithli 20 , easy 17 , supersidvicious 16 , al.