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Waiting on Wednesday is a feature hosted by Breaking The Spine. This is my anticipated book of the week!
The #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Sinner brings another hot adventure of true love and ultimate sacrifice in the Black Dagger Brotherhood world.
The location of the glymera’s notorious prison camp was lost after the raids. When a freak accident provides Nyx clues to where her sister may still be doing time, she becomes determined to find the secret subterranean labyrinth. Embarking on a journey under the earth, she learns a terrible truth—and meets a male who changes everything forever.
The Jackal has been in the camp for so long he cannot recall anything of the freedom he once knew. Trapped by circumstances out of his control, he helps Nyx because he cannot help himself. After she discovers what happened to her sister, getting her back out becomes a deadly mission for them both.
United by a passion they can’t deny, they work together on an escape plan for Nyx—even though their destiny is to be forever apart. And as the Black Dagger Brotherhood is called upon for help, and Rhage discovers he has a half-brother who’s falsely imprisoned, a devious warden plots the deaths of them all…even the Brothers.
So sweet! A Black Dagger Brotherhood spinoff! It’s going to be interesting on how Ward extends “Prison Camp” beyond this first book. I’m excited because Rhage, my favorite Brother is going to play a big role in this book. I feel like Rhage has really been put through a lot throughout the Black Dagger Brotherhood series.
As usual with J.R. Ward’s books, a Virtual Signing is being held. I’ve put the link above. I’ve obsessed with getting the VS copies, and therefore, have already ordered mine. I am waiting with so much anticipation for this book. Release date is August 18, 2020, so make sure you get yours ordered before then. I saw that B&N is offering signed copies, but I don’t know if they will be as nicely presented as the VS copies are. I will be counting down the days!