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Of all of the warriors in the Nightfury pack, none is more complicated or more damaged than Wick. Emotionally scarred from a childhood of slavery and torture, Wick can barely stand the touch of another person. But all bets are off when he meets newcomer J.J. Solares. When J.J. is unjustly imprisoned, Wick agrees to help rescue and return her to the family fold. But Wick lives a life of self-imposed isolation, even among his beloved brothers in arms. Venturing into the world to seek justice for J.J. may be more than he can bear.

Meanwhile J.J. fights for her life at the hands of brutal prison guard Griggs. When she winds up in the hospital she sees no hope for things getting better. But events take a dramatic turn when she and Wick encounter each other. The connection they share is unlike anything either has felt before. J.J. believes she is hallucinating when she sees the majestic dark-haired god sweep in to save her, and Wick is shaken to his core by the attraction he feels for J.J. For the first time in his life, he finds himself wanting to get close to a woman.

After J.J.’s rescue, the two retire to Wick's mountain home, where J.J. recovers from physical injury while attempting to help Wick recover from his emotional ones. But neither is out of harm's way yet. And when they find themselves in the center of a Dragonkind war, they are forced to make the ultimate choice between surrendering to their fears or each other’s love.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

After growing up as the only girl on an all-male hockey team, Coreene Callahan knows a thing or two about tough guys, and loves to write characters inspired by them. After graduating with honors in psychology, and taking a detour to work in interior design, Coreene finally gave in and returned to her first love: writing. Her debut novel, Fury of Fire, was a finalist in the New Jersey Romance Writers Golden Leaf Contest in two categories: Best First Book and Best Paranormal. She combines her love of romance, adventure and writing with her passion for history in her novels Fury of Fire, Fury of Ice, Fury of Seduction, and Knight Awakened. She lives in Canada with her family, a spirited golden retriever, and her wild imaginary world.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2953 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 433 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1477809627
  • Verlag: Montlake Romance (15. Oktober 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00CH37J7A
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What a amazing story loved every word had me tearing up, can't wait for the next one. I've read all of the series so far and the story's just get better as you learn about all of the people involved. I need more I'm an Dragonfury addict.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The healing touch of 'Desire' for Wick and his also damaged mate 22. Februar 2014
Von melindeeloo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Fury of Desire turned out to be my favorite of the series so far. The emotionally damaged dragon shifter, Wick, starts out such a mess that he can barely feed - the trauma from a childhood of slavery and torture have left him unable to bear to be touched. All though he is incredibly antisocial, even with his Dragon brethren, he is fiercely loyal. And even though he sees himself as an irredeemable killer, he has hidden depths and an artist's soul. But it is his loyalty and honor, which make him feel that he has a debt to repay and to that end he is determined to rescue JJ, the sister to a mate of one of his comrades. JJ has her own scarred past and little does Wick release that fate has found him a kindred spirit, one he feels unworthy to claim - but one he cannot resist.

I always have an bit of an issue with this series due to the BDBspeak (black dagger brotherhood), so it takes me a bit to get past that and get into the story, but the vulnerability of these two damaged souls and JJ's willingness to go after what she wants despite her fears - and to get Wick to accept that even though he feels she deserves more than he can give than he should just try to be what she deserves - really made the story for me.

There are some interesting things going on in the background ARC (and some horrible ones too - the villains are just so black hat evil) and add in some male bonding moments from the rest of Wick's brother dragons to round things out and I am looking forward to the next book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Wick's Story Finally 16. November 2013
Von Dotti Elrick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Fury of Desire is book four in the Dragonfury series. I have found a new favorite author and series. I love the characters that inhabit this intriguing world. The dragons are all unique in both their personalities and in their dragon abilities. While this was an excellent book, and can stand on it's own, I would recommend reading the first three. You get a more complete story of their world and what's going on in it.

This is Wick's story. He has been in every book so far, but we know nothing about him. He's dangerous looking, vicious in a fight, and loyal to his brothers. But he refuses to open up and reveal anything personal about himself. He sticks close to his best friend Venom. We learn more about him and his tortured and abusive past. He needs to rescue the sister of one of his "brothers" mate, to repay what he feels is a debt.

JJ, Jamison Jordan, is about to come up for parole. She's served four and a half years of a fifteen year sentence for killing her abusive boyfriend. To keep that from happening, one of the guards arranges for JJ to be taken out. But she survives and is transferred to the hospital. Where Wick and his brothers plan her rescue.

Wick and JJ are two abused and tortured individuals. Neither feels like they are deserving of kindness, let alone someone to love them unconditionally. So we find them drawn to each other, but knowing there is no way it can last.

Without knowing it, JJ has been put on an even more dangerous list. Being a high energy female, she is wanted by the Nightfuries enemy, the Razorbacks. Ivar is their leader, he has been looking for high energy females to use in his breeding experiments. Dragonkind, depend on human females for their survival. They feed on their energy and they carry their sons. What Ivar is trying to do is breed the first dragonkind females so that he can do away with the need for humans. And he has lots of help in his corner. The leader of the Archguard council, Rodin.

There were a few very big questions left unanswered. Two of the Nightfury warriors have been dispatched to attend the annual Archguard festival. After learning from a source high up in the Archguard council, Bastian the Nightfury leader, tells his people to get out before they are sacrificed as an example to all dragonkind. Don't go against Rodin. Nian, Bastian's source, is knocked out and we assume kidnapped. So we are left wondering, are the two warriors going to get out of Prague alive, and what has happened to Nian.

This was a great story. It does seem to be leaning a bit more toward urban fantasy than paranormal romance the more we get into the series. But I don't mind that. The romance is still there. We are just getting more involved in the war between the Nightfuries and the Razorbacks. A bit more political maneuvering, trying to be the first to gain the upper hand in their war. And some really great dragon fight scenes.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not as Good as the Rest 17. Oktober 2013
Von Julay 23 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I loved learning more about Wick in this book. His character always intrigued me. But I feel, let down. I normally devour these books in one fell swoop. But not this one. I kept getting bored. I even switched to a biography, about the She Wolves of England. Not good for this book. I don't care for JJ (she felt flat and I wanted more strength from her) and the relationship felt weak in this book. Too physical too quickly and no real substance. And the plot in general was slow. Yeah it tied up some loose ends and started setting up the next books, but there was no big struggle, no climax for me in this book. Really, this felt like a short story with no purpose. I wanted so much more. I was hoping to really watch Wick grow and develop and that was fast. I love this series and I am glad I read the book, but this is not the book I would start someone off on. I didn't even see the end, which was again disappointing (spoiler it ends with JJ getting a puppy). I guess it felt like someone else wrote this book and didn't care about Wick. I hope at some point the author edits this book to make it what I want.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fury of Desire by Coreene Callahan 16. Februar 2015
Von Madison W Fairbanks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Fury of Desire by Coreene Callahan

Who doesn't live a tortured bad boy. The man who doesn't understand women, yet knows exactly what Jamison needs.
I loved this relationship. He isn't afraid to lay out his inexperience. She's had a rough background as well and is stronger because of it.
This pair was destined.
Plus the dragon fighting and more background on the upper echelon makes the depth of this novel more intriguing and attention holding than ever.
This series is well worth the read.
I'm on to the next one eagerly.
5.0 von 5 Sternen My favorite in the series 23. Februar 2016
Von Colorado girl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have read the entire Dragonfury series and I liked this book the best of all, although the short story Fury of Fate was exceptional (one of the best short stories I've read in a very long time, regardless of genre). I think Fury of Desire is well written, has a good story line that keeps expanding and making me wish she would write more Dragonfury books. Please Ms. Callahan! I'm dying to know what happens with the Metallics and the Archguard... and what about Scotland? Keep in mind this is not a Pulitzer Prize winner I had to slog my way through so I could tell my friends I read it. (I hope the author doesn't find this comment to be a slur, it was not meant that way.) I slogged my way through a lot of books in college, now I prefer to enjoy what I read without pretense. But wow have I read some just awful writing thanks to my Prime membership and Kindle Unlimited- someone needs to vet this stuff!! Seriously makes me question the difficulty of getting published. The Dragonfury series on the other hand is a very good read. I was thrilled to find it.

Highly recommend you read the other three books first, in order. You could read this as a stand alone, she's good at dropping hints and explaining things that happened in the previous books. But I think you get more out of the book having read the series in order. The book is a modern, urban setting- refreshing given all of the medieval period dragon romances. I personally really enjoy the characters, I find the guys funny, bordering on hilarious, charming and very... manly.The women are all right but let's face it, I don't read PNR for the chicks. Although I do like JJ, her character is a bit underdeveloped (I bet the author knows we don't read these for the chicks either). She uses military-styled language and terms, the usage is spot on (never read a series before that actually used H&K or Sig). I think it adds to the flavor of the story and it's characters.

I liked the series so much I've read it multiple times (yep the whole thing) just hoping she'll write another one.
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