Review: Prisoner of the Night by J.R. Ward

Prisoner of the Night by J.R. Ward

Title:  Prisoner of the Night

Author: J.R. Ward

Series: Black Dagger Brotherhood #16.5

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Ahmare’s brother has been abducted and there is nothing she won’t do to get him back. She doesn’t expect to be paired with a dangerous prisoner and sent out of a treasure hunt, or to start having feelings for him. 

I am really enjoying the novellas for this series. Don’t get me wrong, I love the brothers but I am enjoying seeing the world through these new perspectives. Ahmare and Duran’s relationship was quick and intense. Duran is struggling to deal with being a prisoner for years. His focus has always been on revenge but Ahmare brings new feelings out in him. 

It took me a little bit to warm up to these two but I did enjoy their story. This novella also wasn’t as emotional as the previous novella, which I kinda missed. Ward is always good with capturing the emotions between characters and pulling on heartstrings, but this one seemed to be missing some of that. Still it was an enjoyable read and a good addition to the series. 

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