“Long live the King.”
In celebration of the soon to be released The King, I am giving away a signed copy.
We all love the Black Dagger Brotherhood and Wrath has been the number one love story for me.
Join me in the celebration and enter the giveaway for a chance to win The King!
Ward has been teasing us with quotes from the book. Check the out…
**Quotes were posted originally in J.R. Ward’s Facebook Page – I am borrowing them**
Seventeenth Century, Old Country…
“Long live the King.”
At the sound of the deep, grave voice, Wrath, son of Wrath, had an instinct to look around for his father . . . a spark of hope that the death had not occurred and the great ruler was as yet still with them.
But of course, his beloved sire remained gone unto the Fade.
How long would this sad searching last? he wondered. It was such
useless folly, especially as the sacred vestments of the vampire King were upon himself, the bejeweled sashes and silken coat and ceremonial daggers adorning his own body. His mind cared naught for such proof of his recent coronation, however . . . or mayhap it was his heart that remained unswayed by all that now defined him.
Dearest Virgin Scribe, without his father, he was so alone, even as
he was surrounded by people who served him.
Composing his visage, he turned around. Standing in the doorway
of the royal receiving chambers, his closest adviser was like a column of smoke, long and thin, draped in dark robes.
“My honor to greet you,” the male murmured, bending low. “Are
you ready to receive the female?”
“Shall we initiate the procession.”
-The King, pg. 1
“Godd***, female, don’t look at me like that,” Trez groaned.
He seemed to roll his hips, and when he mumbled something she also couldn’t catch, she breathed deep- and dearest Virgin Scribe, the scent that poured out of him was nothing short of ambrosia in the nose.
“Selena, you gotta go, girl. Please…”
-The King, pg. 124-125
“Whate’er did you speak?” Xcor asked roughly.
As Layla repeated what she had uttered, her scent was infused with the sharp spice of fear: “You may have me.”
-The King, pg. 376
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