The Thief (BLack Dagger Brotherhood #16) by J.R.Ward
Synopsis: New enemies rise from the shadows in the next novel of the New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series the Black Dagger Brotherhood.
Having allied themselves with the Band of Bastards, the Brotherhood is committed now more than ever to eradicating the Lessening Society. Recovering from their most recent battle against the last of the lessers, the Brotherhood comes to realize that the fight against their enemies is far from over.
Throe, Xcor’s former second in command, is using an ancient tome to summon a new army engineered by a force more dangerous and evil than the Omega.
And now the brothers of the Black Dagger Brotherhood will be tested both at home and on the battlefield.
Review: I really liked the parts with V and Jane; I liked revisiting their relationship and the troubles they were having. The parts with Sola and Assail were also good, though their romance was a bit tamer than I expected. I was hoping that once she accepted what he was they would have a moment where he fed from her, but that didn’t happen. Loved her grandmother and how she ordered all of the guys around. The conflict was good; I could have done without Vitoria, I thought that subplot just added too much to it and found myself skimming a lot of her sections. This wasn’t my favorite in the series, but it definitely wasn’t the worst either. It was good.