Father Mine (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #6.5)

Father Mine (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #6.5)

Publication Date: October 07, 2008

Publisher: NAL

Pages: 91

Author: J.R. Ward

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Readers met and fell in love with Zsadist and Bella in J. R. Ward's third New York Times bestselling novel in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, Lover Awakened.

As a former blood slave, Zsadist bore the scars from a past filled with suffering and degradation until Bella came along and helped heal his emotional wounds. Now, though, with the birth of their child, the demons of his past have been resurrected, called forth by the innocent eyes of his beloved daughter, Nalla. Unless Bella and Nalla can bring him back with their love, he may be lost to them forever.

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