I still remember, vividly, the first time I picked up a JR Ward book. It was in my mall Waldenbooks store. I was just browsing along the aisles when I saw this glossy red cover with a black dagger in the middle. The cover said that it was “A Novel ... more >
Dear Ms. Ward, It might be an understatement to say your previous novel, Lover Unbound, elicited some very passionate reactions from readers. I can’t say I disagree with those criticisms. Even though I ended up liking the book because it developed John Matthew’s storyline, the main romance drove me insane ... more >
According to the readers at Romantic Times, JR Ward is moving to hardcover in 2009 with Rhevenge’s story. The print schedule looks like this: October 2007, Lover Unbound (Vishous) April 2008, Phury’s book January 2009, Rhevenge’s book, in hardcover Thanks Sybil.
Dear Ms. Ward, I admit it: I am addicted. Usually I'm drawn to subtle books, books that astutely observe the complexities of human relationships, books written with an ear for beautiful language. If that kind of reading experience is a horseback ride through lush countryside, one of your Black Dagger ... more >
Dear Ms. Ward, As everyone who has read your books knows, Zsadist is the most feared member of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. A vicious fighter in the vampire Brotherhood’s battle against the evil lessers, Zsadist is also scarred, antisocial, and rumored to kill women. But in your previous book, Lover ... more >
Dear Ms. Ward: You hardly need another letter from one more fan about how much she loved your book, but what the hell. This story is about Zsadist and Bella. Zsadist was stolen from his family as a babe and was sold as a slave. He came to be the ... more >