If you read Lara Adrian's Midnight Breed series, then you will recognize the similarity in this book. Instead of Vampires, we have Dragon half breeds. The story tended for drag along for the first half of the book, then by three fourths through, it sparked my interest. Unfortunately, there is no ending to this book, as the story is left in the air, for the next installment to build upon. I doubt that I will read the next book, as the story is an old concept that I truly love in the writings of Lara Adrian, and J R Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood. I will just wait for those sequels.
If you like JR Ward's BDB series then you will like this one. The series are so similar but I did enjoy the book. Gives me something to listen to while I wait on Lover Reborn. The narrator was pretty good too.
Hot , must have
it keep me wanting more i stay up all night
i love how he gave all then all the own personality
I did and i did
Maybe if her style matures a bit. Perhaps I'm just too old fashioned.
Horrible underdevelopment of characters and their relationships.
Not bad except for Sloan... Nerdy white guy voice for that one doesn't seem to fit.
The writing style of the author is distracting to say the least. Phrases like pleasure train, hunksville, getting up in someone' grill, consistent use of
I really did not expect this to be as good as it was. I was captivated to the end of the book. it was a well written story and well read. I really enjoyed it!!!
I've been reading about vampire, vampires, vampires in this genre and here is a book about dragons. It's a nice change.
In the beginning, where Mist's friend lay dying.
He brings the story to life. That's why I enjoy audiobooks so much. The narrator can create the voices and accents better than I can in my head.
It had a bit of predictability to it, but it was still an interesting start to a series.
Yes! Hot, exciting, great story! Lots of foreshadowing Can't wait for the next book!
I'm always looking for strong female leads - this book delivers.
It's also nice to find a male counterpart who isn't perfect :o)
I thought the author did a fantastic job with all the characters - made it very easy to listen to.
I sure hope the author is locked away somewhere madly writing more in this series - can't wait for them.
I saw a review of Warrior’s Revenge saying that they liked the Dragon Fury books better so when the first one was on sale, I picked it up. I got wrapped up in the story so I’ve kept going. This series is ok.
The more I listen to Callahan’s books, the more her style grates on me. The story is interesting but it is written in “chick lit” style, meaning it is riddled with colloquialisms. And many of them she uses repetitively. It just gets a bit old.
I’m not usually a fantasy or contemporary romance fan but in terms of story, I liked Fury of Fire all right. The narrator was decent, although his female voices were all alike but not to the point of distraction.
Overall, I'd say it was just average. If you like a little more creativity and intellect in the writing, I wouldn't recommend it.