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Covet (Fallen Angels Novels (J. R. Ward)) Audio CD – Audiobook, 29 Dec 2009

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Product details

  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (29 Dec. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781441830258
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441830258
  • ASIN: 1441830251
  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 6.4 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)

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From the No 1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of the dark and addictive Black Dagger Brotherhood novels comes an explosive new series... --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

J. R. Ward lives in the American South. Visit her and the Black Dagger Brotherhood at www.jrward.com. J. R. Ward was nominated in the Paranormal Romance category of the RITA Awards for COVET in 2010. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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This one is a slow burner. The beginning is all about setting up the premise, but not in a straight-forward fashion. You get to see Trez from the Brotherhood stories which is always a bonus. And once it gets going, OMG!!!

Winding along, twisting and turning, the heroine isn't your typical good girl, and the hero isn't your typical good guy, and there's a definite reason why the angels have fallen. But this story is hot, as hot as the Brotherhood stories but in a slightly different way. I don't want to give any spoilers (esp since it looks like I'm the first review) so I shall simply say to stick with it, this story WILL drag you in, and you WILL find yourself turning pages quicker and quicker. Well worth the bags under my eyes caused by staying up way past my bedtime to finish it.

I'm off to re-read Rehvenge - looks like I might have to wait a little while before the next J R Ward book but they are most definitely always worth the wait!
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Jim Heron, a man with a dubious and violent past is selected by both angelic and demonic forces to ultimately decide the outcome of the millennia old war waged between good and evil. Jim has been chosen to influence the lives of seven people as each is tempted by one of the seven deadly sins; whilst their resulting actions will decide whether good or evil finally prevails.

In book one Jim's target for salvation is Vin Di Pietro, a successful but shady businessman who has succumbed to greed; coveting the possessions he has accumulated and the beautiful woman he has in his life. Yet Vin is not totally lost, and the only person who seems able to understand the strange events happening around him is a man who claims he is here to help save his soul.

Of course as an avid fan of this author's BDB books, I cannot help but make comparisons between these two series. Jim and his angelic cohorts are physically similar to the BDB vampire warriors and have the same kick a** attitude when it comes to fighting the bad guys. As they certainly have no problems with violence or sex, the emphasis is definitely on Fallen rather than angel when it comes to labelling this new breed of hero. There are the odd touches of humour I expect from this author; namely Jim receiving divine messages from the television whilst the story line is almost breathtaking; its multitude of sub plots creating an intense, twisting, action fuelled novel capable of satisfying any adrenaline junkie.

The initial action is somewhat slow paced at the beginning of this book as the author sets the scene, but expect to be blown away once the real battle begins.
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I just finished this book today and it has been a gripping read from the start. This new series deals with Angels & Demons, but of the much cooler kind than Dan Brown's. The characters are all well developed and instantly likeable, although I wish Adrian and Eddie had been given more page time as I wanted to find out more about them.

The two main characters are Jim Heron an ex-military man who is recruited by the good guys but still endorsed by the bad guys as he is capable of profound caring as well as extreme violence, and Vincent di Pietro, a man with a single minded drive to succeed and acquire riches. There are some very humerous moments and the same acronym driven language used in this author's other series, the Black Dagger Brotherhood, but most of these you can figure out with some common sense, although as a Brit, some exlusively US cultural references are lost on me.

The story sets a good pace from the start and a lot of it concentrates on the romance aspect which is central to the story line. Once the action kicks in though (near the last third of the book) the book is unputdownable and I have to say that J R Ward is one the few romance writers who handles her actions scenes with as much skill as her explicit scenes. The references and hints to the next story make me impatient for the next installment as it looks like it will be another explosive read. This genre is well used and old but Ward's new series has definitely established a place for itself.

A word of warning for readers. At the end of this book is an excerpt from the new BDB novel 'Lover Mine' which I advise you not to read if you haven't read Rehvenge's novel (Lover Avenged) yet, as it contains spoilers which might ruin Rev's book for you. It mentions some plot points which i would have prefered to have found out while reading the book.
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Having recently fallen in love with the Black Dagger Brotherhood, I was hoping the Fallen Angels series would fill the gap until the publication of Lover At Last (Blay and Quinn's story). What a disappointment this book has been. In the BDB I love at least 98% of the characters but frankly I didn't give a rat's about one single character in this book. Jim Heron doesn't have even a quarter of the charm, sex appeal and humour of Lassiter (who I hope will get his own BDB story). I found the depiction of the 'British' archangels ridiculous and can only suggest that before she writes about us JRW comes over to the UK and actually meets some Brits for herself. I won't be buying any more books in this series.
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