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Brigid Downey

Brigid Downey

October Life Update

Hi Dreamers! I’ve been MIA, I know. A lot has been happening both good and bad and I’m just clinging on the roller coaster of life. I guess the biggest thing that’s happened is that I got engaged! If you follow my social media all the pictures went there and […]

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June Wrap-up 2019

Hi dreamers! So after this post I might go on a brief hiatus because there’s just been a lot going on in my life and I need to take several deep breaths. That on top of Camp NaNoWriMo coming next month (aka TOMORROW) I just need a breather and time […]

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The Superlatives Book Tag!

Hi Dreamers! It’s graduation season and with that comes yearbook superlatives! So in true book blogger fashion and in honor of my sister’s high school graduation this Thursday and Josie’s sister’s high school graduation last week I’m doing the Book Superlatives Book Tag! This tag was created by Chelsea on […]

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Black Dagger Brotherhood: Lover Avenged | Book Review

Content Warning: Abuse of Prescription Drugs, Drug Use, Alcohol Use, Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Character Death, and Addiction Hi Dreamers! I’m going to be honest here, I didn’t like Rehvenge before his book. I had no interest in reading this one and honestly just wanted to get it read […]

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Black Dagger Brotherhood: The Insider’s Guide | Book Review

Father Mine Let’s talk about the short story Father Mine, first. Okay… squeeee! This short story revolves around Bella giving birth and Z’s relationship with their daughter, Nalla, just… I’m a sucker for babies. I’m also a sucker for Zsadist, he and Rhage are my absolute favorite characters! Also, big […]

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Lover Enshrined: Black Dagger Brotherhood | Book Review

A lot of this book takes place in Phury’s head and his need to escape using drugs. the book also mentions heroin as one of Phury’s attempts to escape his own mind. It had a VERY different feel to the rest of the series because instead of the brotherly love we feel with other characters’ books, Phury alienates himself from everyone. He’s losing everything and Ward does an excellent job of showing us how addiction works and how heartbreaking it can be.

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