Summary from Goodreads: The ruthless and brilliant brother Vishous possesses a destructive curse and a frightening ability to see the future. As a member of the Brotherhood, he has no interest in love or emotion, only the battle with the Lessening Society. But when a mortal injury puts him in the care of a human surgeon, Dr. Jane Whitcomb compels him to reveal his inner pain and taste true pleasure for the first time-until a destiny he didn't choose takes him into a future that does not include her...
Hot, sexy and completely yummy. Vishous has lived a hard life. Harder than many could even imagine. I was quite surprised when I learned about his background. I really shouldn't have been because it seems that each of the brothers led a harsh life before they came into the Black Dagger Brotherhood, but still after the shock of Zsadist's story I thought all the horror was behind us. Vishous not only lives with the memories of his past, but also has to live everyday with a curse that could hurt those around him.
After a couple of crazy surprises and mixed emotions, Vishous is seriously injured and left in the hands of Dr. Jane Whitcomb. Jane is strong willed, determined, and a great match for Vishous. (Though I'm definitely thinking I would have been the better match.) They have the greatest chemistry because it's not all lovey and sappy. They challenge each other, which seems to only add fuel to their already smoking fire. While the other couples of the Black Dagger Brotherhood were hot, Vishous and Jane were Apocalyptic, burning meteor scorching.
I came to really care about Vishous in Lover Unbound. His story was one of overcoming challenges and finding out his true identity. While Zsadist's story was heartbreaking and amazing, Vishous is my vampire though and though. I take him and everything that come with his life including his past, Butch, his penthouse, and his mother. That leaves me with the ending of Lover Unbound. Seriously, seriously, seriously. Are you flipping kidding me? So ridiculously upset by this ending. I felt it was more than a tad bit cruel. Hasn't he been though enough?
So may I serve as a warning. Lover Unbound is simply amazing, but watch out for the ending.