Fury of Desire : Dragonfury

  • by Coreene Callahan
  • Narrated by Benjamin L. Darcie
  • Series: Dragonfury
  • 12 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

No warrior of the Nightfury pack is more complicated or damaged than Wick. Scarred from a childhood of slavery and torture, Wick cannot bear the touch of another person. But all bets are off when he meets J. J. Solares. When she is unjustly imprisoned, Wick agrees to help rescue and keep her from harm. But Wick lives a life of self-imposed isolation, and venturing into the world to seek justice for J. J. may be more than he can take.
Brutalized by the harsh reality of prison, J. J. thinks she is hallucinating when a majestic dark-haired god sweeps in to save her - and Wick is shaken to his core by the attraction he feels for J. J. But neither is out of harm's way yet. When they find themselves at the center of a Dragonkind war, they are forced to make the ultimate choice - surrender to their fears or accept each other's love.


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Customer Reviews

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Fury of desire

I love this series
And Wick is my favorite dragon in this series.
An ongoing story of good versus evil.
Males who can bond only with one female to carry on the dragon line.
And Wick is a damaged dragon, with a dark and damaged past.
A must read.
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- Julie Burns

Admirable effort spoiled by too much description

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

It was worth listening to (well ploughing through) only to get the onward going circumstances for the next book.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

No cliff hangers here. A bit *meh* looking forward to the next book though, as the story arc is interesting

What about Benjamin L. Darcie’s performance did you like?

Mr. Darcie's performance is good, with good character differentiation which is consistent across, not only the book, but across the series. Female characters are a little *meh* but not too bad or annoying

If this book were a film would you go see it?

Difficult one really. It's in the middle of an ongoing series, so in one part I'd say "yes" only because the background story arc is interesting, but as a stand alone it's really mediocre.

Any additional comments?

I got really frustrated with the flow (or lack of) in this book. Just as something interesting/important was about to happen there was suddenly 5 minutes of overly detailed description of feelings/emotions/sensations which really disrupted the moment, leaving the petit climax an anti climax after all.

So far I've been able to ignore (mainly) the similarities to JR Wards fantastic Black Dagger Brotherhood books, but Fury of Desire is practically identical to Zadists book, even the ebb and flow of the relationships :/

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- Katrina O. Connor

Book Details

  • Release Date: 25-11-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio