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  • Covet is simply labeled a novel on the spine, but I think it possesses elements from both Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy.

    REVIEW: Covet by J.R. Ward

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  • "Covet" means to long for or desire inordinately or unlawfully.

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  • REVIEW SUMMARY: Covet (Fallen Angels, Book 1) combines Urban Fantasy with Paranormal Romance, is related to the author's Black Dagger Brotherhood series, and takes Ward's world of Caldwell, New York, in a new, darker direction.

    April 2010

  • BOTTOM LINE: Covet builds on the already established Black Dagger Brotherhood world-building and was an equally-engaging read especially for existing Ward readers.

    April 2010

  • PROS: Covet introduces a whole new angle on Ward's Caldwell, New York, world of vampires -- and now the home also of fallen angels, demons, and undead former assassins.

    April 2010

  • While aspects of Covet act like a Romance, the character of Jim Heron ushering readers through this new series gives it more of an Urban Fantasy feel.

    April 2010

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