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Fury of Fire (Dragonfury Series Book 1) by [Callahan, Coreene]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
Book 1 of 5 in Dragonfury Series (5 Book Series)
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About the Author

As the only girl on all-guys hockey teams from age six through her college years, Coreene Callahan knows a thing or two about tough guys and loves to write about them. Call it kismet. Call it payback after years of locker room talk and ice rink antics. But whatever you call it, the action better be heart stopping, the magic electric, and the story wicked good fun.

After graduating with honors in psychology and working as an interior designer, Callahan finally succumbed to her overactive imagination and returned to her first love: writing. And when she’s not writing, she is dreaming of magical worlds full of dragon-shifters, elite assassins, and romance that’s too hot to handle. Callahan currently lives in Canada with her family and her writing buddy, a fun-loving golden retriever.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 957 KB
  • Print Length: 425 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (7 Feb. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0069INUZE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #87,395 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love paranormal tales - weres, dragons, vamps, shifters - I'm happy to try any. With this one, admittedly there wasn't a great bunch of offerings on amazon vine, but the cover was very similar to the type of book I read, so I quickly grabbed it after reading the blurb. I was sure I would be getting a paranormal romance/urban fantasy, with dragon shifters, a la Bianca d'Arc/Lara Adrian/Alexandra Ivy/Allyson James. Well, I got a poor imitation of some of the above, fused with an imitation of JR Ward material - but nowhere nearly as good as any of these authors.

The blurb tells you that it's about good dragons battling for the existence of their race, and battling bad dragons, with the leader of the good ones, Bastian, being ready for a mating with a human that would result in a male being born to his race, and the human dying (tough). Not the best ending, but wait, it's meant to be a romance, so I read on...

At around a third of the way through, nothing much had happened between the leads, but due credit, the author was creating her world, I thought. Not so, not really, as she just dropped dragons into our world, incognito. No real world-building, but it was s..l..o..w.

At around two thirds of the way through, the leads got down and...not really that dirty, which was rather disappointing. There should have been more angst, more fire - both figuratively and literally, and more passion. Also around this time, I kind of clocked that the author hadn't really done anything original, and wondered if this was a case of her being a fan of JR Ward, Alexandra Ivy and Lara Adrian, and this tale being her tribute to them?
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I don't review things, in fact I never do. But I felt I had to warn people about this book. Reading the other reviews I wondered if these people had read the same book.

I bought it because Amazon recommended it for me. The plot was interesting and unique, which I liked. Actually the plot is the only thing that kept me reading when I wanted to stop. In the end, though, I never finished the book and returned it for a full refund.

The reason I returned it is because of the writing style. It was miserable and I'm surprised I got as far as I did. I don't consider abbreviations for things like 'landing zone' (LZ) acceptable. Its just lazy. The amount of times the author uses the word 'yeah' is equivalent to a 16 year old American school girl. So annoying, like OMG...

Most of the book was product advertising. She has a big, black handbag, I don't care if it's Gucci or not. Furthermore, a friend of mine read a little bit and was deeply insulted when AC~DC was considered 'death rock'. More research needed to go into this book, less advertising, better diction and generally written by someone else.

The plot was good though :)
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By C. Scott on 13 Feb. 2012
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This was a fair enough read, I thoroughly enjoyed it for the most part, however it had two major downfalls. The first being the ending, it was such a let down, even a simple epilogue would have sufficed, just to give an insight into the future of the two main characters. I know there will be two sequels however they are not about the protagonists and it is not enough for a fulfilling read. The second was the plethora of extra writing that was unnecessary. I went through some chapters without reading anything of it and managed to understand the whole plot line.
Nonetheless, you do get engrossed in the lives of the main characters and for a fantasy novel it was believable, as much as one can be of course and therefore I would recommend this novel, but only if you're willing to invest and wait for the sequels.
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By Book Gannet TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Mar. 2012
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Dragon-shifters, romance, an inter-clan war and a new series - what's not to love? Well, Bastian for one. For the vast majority of this book he is such a whinger. Apparently, according to what we're told - he's a big, strong, smart leader, unhampered by emotion. What we get from Bastian is a lot of lamenting and emotional dithering about using women and hurting Myst. What a thoroughly modern dragon he is! For a wimp. He's supposed to be at least two hundred years old, but none of that shows. Nor for that matter is he particularly draconic - apart from the possessiveness. I spent much of the book wondering why the other dragons would follow him.

Although when he is in dragon form he does have some nifty moves. Then again so do the others - Riker in particular, though rogue Forge is pretty impressive too.

So, Bastian's tiresome, what about Myst? Aside from the name she has moments of being a strong, impressive woman. Then she gets caught in the circular thought trap and about twenty pages pass in contradictions.

Which is a shame because the last fifty or so pages are packed with well-flowing action, and the plot strand with Angela and Mac wasn't too bad either. Ivar has a whole mad-scientist thing happening, but he's another of the mental reflectors, filled with contradictions and pointlessness. Don't get me started on the product placement issues. It's like reading an ad break.

Basically this book needed some serious editing. The internal monologues and contradictory character traits - particularly in Bastian and Ivar - all needed tightening up and the whole book could have lost great chunks of text without missing them.

All that aside there is a semi-decent story here - if you have the patience to wade in and find it. The prospect of Riker and Angela might tempt me back for book two, but in a pretty well-stocked genre this book was disappointing.
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