Father Mine (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #6.5). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Father Mine (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #6.5)

Father Mine by J.R. Ward

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

Ever since the birth of his daughter, Nalla, Zsadist has been regressing further and further into the life he led before he met Bella, his beautiful shellan. He has been waking up in cold sweats due to nightmares from his past, hasn’t made love to his wife, and won’t hold his baby girl, for fear that he might hurt her. While Nalla’s presence had consisted of only joy and excitement in first couple months of her life, now it seems to be driving the couple apart. Bella is afraid that she and Nalla just may need to leave her hellren.


But then Zsadist gets injured on a mission to fight the lessers and because he hasn’t been feeding from Bella, almost loses his life. Could this near-death experience create the motivation to pull this couple back together? Or has the gap between them spanned too far for redemption?

BLURB: Father Mine

Gotta love a happy Z!

This was the story of Zsadist and his downward spiral after the birth of his daughter Nalla. Z was so worried the entire time Bella was pregnant because a lot of vampire females die in childbirth and she was already having a difficult pregnancy. Both he and Phury thought that if he lost Bella he wouldn’t have anything to live for.

Bella lived and had the baby, but afterward Zsadist wouldn’t go near the baby. He wouldn’t feed from Bella and was having horrible nightmares again about being a blood slave. This is the story of how he gets form that state to happy with his life and with his family. Zsadist is my favorite of all the brothers so it is great to finally see him get over all his pain and suffering and just finally be happy.

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