Say something about yourself!
This book was GREAT! Book 1 was good, book 2 had me questioning myself as to why oh why I was still listening to this suspend reality and don't think too much series, but this one hit it out of the park for me...except for the narrator.
This is the story of Mac...he's 34 and just found out he is a dragonborn...and a rare water dragon at that! He has always loved the water, even was a navy seal, but nothing could have prepared him for 4 grown male dragons appearing at his door when he was so weak he was near collapse. They walked him through his change in book 2, and in book 3 he thrived! He did awesome tricks in the water and all while trying to figure out this mysterious pull he has for Tanya Solaris...whom we met in book 1, best friend of Mist.
The heat was hot, the action was great, it left me wanting more! I downloaded book 4 during my commute because I needed it RIGHT NOW! Don't get me wrong, I'm still not completely thrilled with the series. A series based on a pack of dragons is very cool...but a series based on a supposedly totally rare thing, a dragon and a woman finding a very rare thing called energy fuse...so rare it has been lost in the dragon kind knowledge.....did I mention rare?...uh huh...then how come 3 dragons have found it in less than 2 months? See, and that still annoys me, don't tell me something is rare and mystical and then give me boat loads of it...kind of ticks me off. So, I have decided to think of this type of union as NOT rare...and just dragons finding their mates.
Speaking of ticking me off....the voices of the male characters....UGH! The narrator IS a male, why is it so freaking hard to do a male voice that doesn't sound like a scared teenage computer geek? These are DRAGON men...make them sound like it!!!!!
I’m assuming that the reader has also read this series in order and with that, so I’ll comment specifically on this installment. The more I listen to Callahan’s books, the more her style grates on me. She writes in “chick lit” style, meaning it is riddled with colloquialisms. And many of them she uses repetitively, which gets old. The curses themselves are creative, but in my opinion, relying on that for every male in every book lacks creativity.
I admit I’m not usually a fantasy or contemporary romance fan but I liked Fury of Ice & Fury of Fire well enough, so I kept going. This book took a different approach from Callahan’s formula in the first two, which was good, but it got more into fantasy territory & I didn’t care for that (which I admit is just personal preference). The European faction was introduced and although I’m guessing this has to do with future plot lines, it was a distraction to me. Nayan’s plot line never really tied into the main story. I get leading off for the next installment, but I don’t like such obvious dangling plot lines. The narrator was decent, but his character voices have gotten mixed up and sometimes it was hard to tell who was talking. I’m not really sure I will get to book four – this one sort of lost my interest in the series.
I have always been a sucker for men with accents, and the Irish is one of them. Mac is one sweet hunk that I would mind hooking up with. This is a super sexy series and I am hooked. Keep them coming!
All of them
Exceptional, exciting, alluring
Books one & two... Love his reading.
How the story evolved from character to character.
I loved the series. Please let there be another one!
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
The first two I listened too were very very good and told an interesting tail with Acion, romance and action. A start and a bottom with very thin body!
Benjamin L. Darcie does an excellant job in the first two books, but in this one, I kept waiting for the story to develop more.
I loved the story and how it leads into the next charater for the 2nd book. Just started reading the 2nd in the serier....
Yes, but recommend listening to series in order. This is a good continuation of the charactors of the series. Can't wait for #4.
The introduction of new charactors into the story line.
Where Tania's car goes over the bridge and Mac puts her in a bubble of air in the ocean to save her.
Enjoying the series so far. Looking forward to the next book.
Great series good romance for the ladies and lots of battles for the guys great interactions among the different character and the women have a good stong character too
While I prefer pararomanaces, it is not uncommon for me to pick up a science fiction or straight fantasy book. Overall just love books.
Benjamin works hard to give each character their own voice but when Coreene uses ' Solid in the head....' and 'f bomb'and lets not forget ' on your six.' Even the phrases they use about being in love are the same.3 men 3 different personalities 3 exact same language.
Not sure. Curious about the others but worried it would be more of the same.
Forge was my favourite. He had the best lines and sence of humour. I also felt his pain when ever he thought about what he has lost.
Mac and Forge. Of course you can not leave Tania out of the loop but I would focus on Mac and his relationships with those two. Then his need to belong and wonder who sired him. From there have Forge make some comment about how he couldn't be prouder if he sired Mac himself. Then the let down and beat down of a'daddy of the year'.
Story was fascinating but dialog was annoying. Voice actor was geat.
In this 3rd installment of Dragonfury stories, Mac, is new to the dragonfuries. His story seems a little hollow...The 1st 2 stories with "B" & "Rycar" were unbelievable, but I felt I wanted to know more about MAC and his story...I do not regret spending my time to listen to it, and I am looking forward to the next stories of the other Dragon shifters - I just hope I have a chance to get to know them better...and when the story ends - it seems to end a little abrupt...Again, NOT a waste of my time, but I want more!!!