I liked the idea behind this book. Dragons, tough guys and sexual tension. I bought the next book.
I would definitely prefer to listen to this book over reading it. I think the narrator did a great job of letting the listener know each character.
I would have to say Mist, she was extremely strong willed.
Knowing the differences between each person/dragon in the book.
Yes. I'll be able to pick up the small details I missed the first time
If you like Black Dagger Brotherhood by JR Ward you'll love this! It's wriiten in the same kind of style.
Nurse practioner loses patient but saves dragon baby and is kidnapped/rescued by uber male dragon. Very similar to IAD premise, plot, and characters. Little character development. OK if you don't mind the more than obvious similarities and can't find anything else. Narrator did a good job not super, but not bad and he didn't have much to work with
Ok this is the first review ive written because i have to say that this was the most stupid, irrational, girl i have ever read a book about, and ive red quite a few. All she does is run run run. if i could have i would have jumped in the book and slapped sense into her...
I'm glad I got this one on sale.
Coreene Callahan presented an engaging story idea, but almost destroyed its deliverance with poor word choices and unnecessary slang references. Benjamin Darcie's narration however, was a big part of why I continued to listen to the story. He did a fine job. Overall, I think the book was okay, and has the potential for being a really good series.
Someone brand new to this genre who has never heard/read anything else and does not know to expect better
Probably not. But I am going to finish this series as I am traveling and need something to pass the time.
Someone who could have added more variety to the characters. Everyone sounds like a character from Revenge of the Nerds. Not sexy hot dragon men
Don't download this
First, let me say I am not big dragon book fan. I prefer vampires, shifters, and the occasional werewolf. But Fury of Fire has me hooked. I was surprisingly engaged with the story and it's characters. I loved the NightFuries and Bastien is just tooo yummy. The whole dragon culture was believable and the premise interesting.
The author has clearly set up the first book to lead into a series. She drops clues as to what may come. Obviously we have something in the works with Ryker and the lady cop, Forge carries a secret to be unraveled. The main character, Myst's, realtor best friend is set up to also be a high energy female. The story has the usual elements of "big bad" against "big good" and the added plot of needing to find a why to prevent the dragon-bearing females from dying in childbirth. There is also the yummy McCord, Irish cop partner in the wings...hmmm wonder how he will fit in as there are no female dragons. Perhaps he will joing the group. I have a feeling he has a secret.Benjamin Darcie was a great narrator. I have not listened to him before but he did a great job with the voices and accents. It is hard for men to do female voices well but he carried off. He also put great emotion into his narration which carried the excitement and tension of the story.
I liked the scenes with the house elf. He was great comic relief. The fight scenes were excellent and you could see the action happening.
My greatest extreme reaction to the book was that I ABSOLUTELY wanted to strangle Myst Monroe. She constantly just brought out the worst in me. She is put up as being a "strong woman" when all she ever did was run away. I mean come on, she has this great night of passion and is building trust with Bastion when she finds out about her pregnancy and the fact it may be fatal. What is her reaction? She runs away! Naked! Pleeeeze! all this woman ever did was panic, not be able to breathe and run away. She obviously never heard of trying to talk things out. Nope she just 'Had to GET OUT OF HERE". I just about could not stand her. I hope future heroines are not so stupid.The only other thing that drove me crazy was the fact that she COULD drive away. They make such a point of going through the waterfall and the magic door and Bastien makes it clear there is "one way in and one way out" which is why the Black Diamond is so safe. And then she just drives away???? Huge plot hole! All the baddies have to do is drive up the lane.
Last comments, a number of people have compared/ criticized this series as being a ripoff of Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood. Yes, there are definite similarities but these give this series a bit of familiarity to those who like BDB. Otherwise, this series stands on it's own merits. The author clearly does not try to emulate the BDB. She builds a unique and interesting world and culture of her own.