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Fury (New Species Book 1) Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 804 KB
  • Print Length: 376 pages
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc (27 July 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005HQF8TK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,903 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I got recommended this book from a lot of people who said its very similar to J.R. Ward. It really is not and to be honest I find it odd to compare the two.

I found Ellie the main heroin boring and conflicted in so many ways, she made me uncomfortable. Or rather her relationship with Fury made uncomfortable, at the start I really couldn't work out thier attraction for each other. it was basically primal or casual. I was also slightly uncomfortable with the sex, it almost seemed like fury was forcing himself onto her and into sex.

it to me just felt so uncomfortable I couldn't read far beyond their first sex scene. I wanted to give this a chance since so many people love it but honestly I could never recommend this.
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I'd never heard of this series until I read a review of 'Smiley' and it sounded fantastic, I'm still not sure exactly how this whole series has eluded me until now but I checked out 'Smiley' and discovered that it was book 13 in the New Species series and it was recommended that the series be read in order, 12 books, that's a lot of catching up. I decided to read 'Fury' and then make my decision about the rest of them.
Since I'm so late getting to this series there's already loads of reviews saying things way better than I could I'll keep it brief, I loved the idea of this series and yes it helps that the men are all so hot. I really liked the start of the book, then I wasn't sure for a while but once Fury and Ellie finally got together there was no looking back for me, I read romance because that's what I like and I loved the relationship between these two, Fury is so protective and he's had nothing, literally nothing and then Ellie comes along and she's everything to him but can a relationship between a human and a new species actually work?
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Ok so I'm not sure about this one, its a different storyline than what I' normally into, ie Historical romance, and how i got here I really don't know. That said it was quite a good story but tended to prattle on every now and then and I had to stop myself from page skipping, as I tend to do when I bored. But overall I enjoyed the book and may buy the next in the series if nothing more exciting catches my interest this week. Its worth 3 stars, 'I think'.
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I enjoyed this story, the first I've read by Laurann Dohner. It's strengths are the premise that a private drug company as part of its research and development are splicing DNA from other animals into human embryos to improve humans characteristics with regards to strength and speedier healing to name just two aspects. These are a New Species, human hybrids with traits of the animals they've been amalgamated with and kept in sterile laboratory cells for testing and development purposes, ill treated through life and into adulthood. A horrifying scenario for these beings to endure and one that it's to be hoped isn't emulated in real life as it's a very plausible hypothesis Laurann uses for her plot line. She introduces characters that most readers will empathize with, both human and New Species as they are termed; plus antagonists that are easy to dislike for their characteristics of all that is bad in humans in real terms of hatred, deceit, spite and destruction. There is a romance between main characters Ellie, human and Fury, New Specie Order. It explores the possibilities and difficulties of inter specie relationships well. Will it be HEA or an impossibility? Read and find out. Parallel to the developing relationship of Fury and Ellie, Laurann also explores creditably the response of both open minded and pro New Species, as well as narrow minded, bigoted, anti New Species, humans. The likely events that may transpire if this were reality. The cynic in me and with scientific advances in DNA, cloning and ability to incorporate certain DNA from other species into human embryos already a reality...this story could be happening in this world today. Hopefully not like this.Read more ›
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Must say i absolutely loved this book. Yes it is very similar to Lora Leigh's breed series, which i also own and love. But since i just love the whole breed lovers genre this one was a sure hit with me, it is worth the money and so is getting the following 2 books Slade and Valiant. Cant wait for the next one to come out!
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I bought this based on the previous review. Am I disappointed? Yep I thought it was a poor imitation of Laura Leigh's Breeds and JR Ward's Black Dagger stories.
The heroine was extremely irritable, there wasn't a great plot and I struggled to finish it. Should I read the other two?

Not a great read (for me). Maybe tick a lot of boxes for other readers and maybe, just maybe the other books might catch fire?

The story goes like this:

Ellie is undercover in a lab using animal DNA to test on humans (sound familiar)?. The subject is known only as 416 gets under her skin and she start to care for him. Ellie ultimately saves him from an horrible assault but also betrays him due to her actions (or so 416 thinks). 416 doesn't know that Ellie has "betrayed" him to save him but 416 only wants one thing - revenge.

They meet again and this is where it lacks depth for me. Plenty of sex (expected)this happens quickly but I didn't think it was hot.
Sorry folks a lot of you might disagree with my opinion but it is only my opinion and you might enjoy Laura Dohner's books.
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