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Anyway, enough about me and the book...I have to say, J.R Ward delivers. She did a great job in redeeming Zsadist's character in this book, personally, a much better job than Karen Moning did in The Immortal Highlander. We got to see so much more the sweeter side of Zsadist...and I fell even more in love with Phury than I did before. I can't wait for his book to come out, but Tohr...poor baby, its so heartbreaking to see what happened to such a good male. *sigh*...Going back to Zsadist, my absolute favourite moment with Zsadist and Bella was when he wrote "I love you" in a piece of paper and gave it to her...its even more cute when he says he'll write it again in case she can't read it in a small voice. Not just say it but in a "small" voice, like a little kid...so adorable. It was just so painful to read about the parts about his past...I quickly skimmed through the part where Phury shot off his leg, it was just too painful. I guess I really got into the characters in this book and I think I like this book much more than the last two. Man if Wrath and Rhage had problems, those are nothing compared what Zsadist and Phury went through. And the uber-sexy brother Vishous, well I guess all the readers are left questioning about him...especially because of his relationship with Butch. Anyway, the brothers and Butch all seem pretty secure about their manliness to climb into one bed naked while Bella was going through her needing...hmmm, men (or vampire-males) can be so weird sometimes...All considered I loved this book, I just hope she'll keep up the good job with the rest of the books and hopefully won't drag the series for way too long. I'm very much a novice to reading romance novels but there are series which drag on for far too long. Anyway, school's officially starting tomorrow and I'm excited because grad school's a big deal...hopefully, things will fall into a good rythem so I'll have time to read more books.