A Warm Heart in Winter - J.R. Ward

A Warm Heart in Winter

By J.R. Ward

  • Release Date: 2020-12-01
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 251 Ratings


#1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward is heating things up this winter with a holiday novel featuring some of her most iconic Black Dagger Brothers.

Featuring one of the Black Dagger Brotherhood’s most iconic couples, Blay and Qhuinn find themselves looking forward to their official mating ceremony. When tragedy strikes just before the happy event, all hope seems lost—and everyone in the Black Dagger Brotherhood rallies around the two of them. Will a freak winter storm bring the unthinkable, or will a warm heart in winter ensure that true love is not lost?


  • A must read!

    By Kemps2
    As always JR Ward drags you into this world of amazing characters. I have enjoyed each & every book in the series. This one was also great. Can’t wait for the next!!
  • Loved!!

    By Taterbugxo
    This book was amazing. Gave me chills. J.R Ward did it again.
  • Gobbled up in two days!

    By Islandberg
    Just... wow. Every time I think I have a favorite brother, I’m left in awe again. I don’t want to reveal too much but I’ve almost come to feel like I know these males personally. Rather than characters in a book, they are friends I’d meet out and about. Lassiter is hands down my favorite character. His path is far from easy but despite the teasing he endures, he does everything in his power to protect those he cares about. I’ve laughed out loud and cried. His serious moments always make the hairs on my neck stand up because it makes me think of all he knows and sees but cannot stop. And Zsadist! Ugh! Just wow... wow wow wow. Another winner for sure. Heartbreaking, as the struggle of Luchas is something I know personally having struggled myself. Another winner. And a lesson learned again: love conquers all.
  • Emotional

    By AlyssaMarie007
    Absolutely beautiful and heartbreaking. Ward didnt disappoint here. I smiled, laughed, cried and smiled some more. Recent books it felt like moments between the brotherhood were very limited. It was nice to see everyone together again during this book. I loved it