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Fury of Ice (Dragonfury #2)

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Coming from a race of dragons able to assume human form, Rikar, the last of the frost dragons, never imagined he could be conquered—until a sizzling encounter with street-tough homicide detective Angela Keene. He’s consumed by his need for her, and willing to do anything to be with her again.

Then the unthinkable happens: Angela falls into the clutches of a clan of dragonki
Paperback, 432 pages
Published June 5th 2012 by Montlake Romance (first published January 5th 2012)
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4 Stars!!Nice second installment in the series, but not without some issues. First off let me say that I loved Angela and Rikar’s pairing, a great match between two strong characters. Angela was kick-ass awesome and Rikar was so in tune with her, wanted her so badly, but treated her with kid gloves and let her take the lead in their relationship. It seems to be the trend in this series, as it was Myst who initiated intamacy with Bastian in their book. The woman are the agressors when it comes to ...more
Dec 13, 2012 ~V~ rated it liked it

**3 1/2 stars

Did i say i was hoping that the inner dialogue was going to be toned down some in this one? Yeaaaahhhh, it didn't happen. We're STILL in peoples' heads!! Gah, it's soooo frustrating because the characters and the storyline really are good! I'm not sure what Coreen Callahan or her editors are thinking by not picking up on something like this...i don't know, is it just me and it's not really that big of a deal?...maybe it's just her way of "storytelling?"

I'm actually the last person w
Monique ~ Sinfully
Jun 11, 2012 Monique ~ Sinfully rated it it was amazing

Book 2 and another great read

I love this world with Dragonkind that Coreene Callahan has created, her style of writing is touching as well as humorous, with straight up chat and banter...oh, and plenty of male bonding. This is the second book in the series....where the Nightfury band of brothers are committed to protecting the human race, with military precision, from the evil Razorback's who are determined to exterminate that which the Nightfury's protect.

This book follows on nicely from the f
Oct 05, 2013 Shauni rated it it was amazing
Oh things are getting hot with Coreene Callahan's Dragonkind. The battle between the Dragonfuries and the Razorbacks is escalating.. tempers are fraying and the frostiest dragon has met his match.

I loved Ryker in Fury of Fire, he was a solid second in command and an even better friend. His loyalty to Bastian was remarkable and he made the hard choices even when it broke his heart. His loyalty to the Nightfury brings him into Angela Keen's sphere and he falls hard.. Not sure what is going on he w
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J’avais bien aimé le premier tome et j’avoue que j’étais curieuse de découvrir ce deuxième volume. Cependant, je pense que passée la nouveauté de la série, j’ai un peu moins accroché à cette histoire, mais j’y reviendrai un peu plus tard.

Nous suivons cette fois-ci Rikar, l’ami de Bastian, ainsi qu’Angela, l’agent de police que nous avions découverte plus tôt. Mais il faut dire que tous les personnages que nous connaissions du premier tome sont là eux aussi.
Après un début difficile, j'avais en commençant ma lecture de ce 2ème opus plus aucune illusion. Heureusement que j'ai décidé de laisser une chance à la série.
Le décor et les personnages étant déjà en place, on peut se plonger direct dans l'histoire. Même si cela reste hyper convenu et classique j'ai passé un très bon moment. Avec la multiplication des points de vue et le croisement des personnages le rythme est bien plus intense et rapide que dans le 1er tome. Les héros sont attachants et ont u
Jul 05, 2016 Mara rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: pnr
1 1/2

Kindle Daily Deal, the reason I bought it. I think after a while I read 1 page every 10, I was bored out of my mind. A decent heroine couldn't disguise the processed meat this book was made of.

The writing style was atrocious, channelling Ms Ward to the commas isn't my idea of fun. There were paragraphs eerily similar. :(

I couldn't connect with it. Plus, if you hint to rape, you'd better hint at consequences too. Magic peens aren't one.

Aug 27, 2013 Courtney rated it it was ok
It was an okay read and I'm going to start on the next book, but there are so many plot and detail inconsistencies that its truly frustrating. Also, it is a straight up knock off of Black Dagger. The characters even use some of the same dumbass phrases that, while cute in BDB, were plain irritating in this series. Enough with the "shitkickers" already. What's so terrible about using the word "boot" or some other synonym for warrior footwear?
Mar 30, 2014 Jenna rated it it was ok
Err don't know if I'll bother with the rest of the series.

The first book in this series had serious similarities to Ward's BDB: the language, the two factions of warriors battling each other but with dragons instead of vampires, etc. Even though I wasn't crazy about reading a BDB clone, something about the characters pulled me and I decided to give Fury of Ice a chance, specially because I had read in previous reviews that the author became more herself. But I didn't find any such thing.

The book still has the million POVs and lots of internal rambling
Billie Maureen
Feb 08, 2016 Billie Maureen rated it did not like it
The Author is a terrible writer. There's no connection with the characters or the story line. It's a lot of pointless speak of a characters thoughts that are repeated through the whole book. The entire first 2 books are a BDB ripoff. It wasn't just close to BDB it was her taking BDB story lines & phrases and putting it in a dragon version. I mean why would Dragons not be allowed in the sun. She should of just wrote a vampire book. Unfortunately I would not recommend this series to anyone ...more
Nov 16, 2015 Hbeebti rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this one. I think it was better than the first one.
From the minute I found out about Coreene Callahan's new paranormal romance series about dragon shifters I knew I had to read it. I've always had a soft spot for dragons but you don't seem to find many of them in this genre - not enough for me anyway! I have to admit I was a little disappointed with the first book Fury of Fire, I'm not going to go into too much detail because I did that in my previous review but there were things about the mythology that didn't make sense and I found it ...more
Jul 02, 2012 Meaghan rated it really liked it
I am a huge fan of dragons, so when I first got wind of this series I was really excited. I inhaled the first book, Fury of Fire and was thrilled to receive the second one through the Amazon Vine program. Especially since it focused on Rikar, I really gravitated towards his character in the first book and was eager to see how his story played out.

We pick up right where we left off in Fury of Fire, Angela has been captured by Lothaire and Rikar will do anything possible to get her out. When we me
Feb 19, 2015 Melindeeloo rated it really liked it
Even knowing what to expect this time around, it still took me a bit to settle into Fury of Ice and get used to the author channeling J R Ward – that brand-name dropping slangy voice which readers either love or hate - though I'd have been a bit happier if the women in the story leading lady Angela and next up leading lady Tiana didn't speak BDB too. But once I was able put that into the background, I actually ended up enjoying Fury of Ice.

Yes, Callahan's dragon shifter world is still an amalga
Jul 20, 2012 Stéphanie rated it really liked it
Dragon, dragons, and more dragons! I’ve been reading so many books about dragons lately, and I’ve become obsessed with them since reading book of this Dragonfury series, Fury of Fire. Although, not as exciting as its predecessor, FURY OF ICE succeeded in feeding my new addiction, and has me wanting more.

Obviously, these dragons aren’t your normal fire breathing dragons. Actually not all of them breathe fire. Some breathe ice, while others acid or venom. But one thing’s for sure—all the “good dr
May 31, 2012 Bookmom rated it liked it
The second book in the Dragonfury trilogy starts right up where Fury of Fire left off. Detective Angela Keene had been captured by the Razorbacks— a segment of the half-dragon half-human species that humans aren’t aware of—to be used in a breeding program. As she looks for an escape, Rikar, a member of the Nightfuries—small group of warriors that regularly fight the Razorbacks in order to keep their species a secret from the humans—is desperate to save the woman he’d only met once, but felt a ...more
Lover of Romance
Fury of Ice is the second book in the dragonfury series by Coreeen Callahan. I was able to obtain this through Audible, and since I have a love for audiobooks, I knew I had to get this through an audiobook. I do love a steamy shifter romance, but when you put dragons in the mix, the heat level on rises...mmm deliciousness in one book, who can resist??? Fury of Ice is Rikar's story, we continue on from the last book, where Angela ends up being kidnapped by dragons with a evil agenda. Angela is a ...more
Sep 07, 2013 Joy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: bdb fans
Ms Callahan really got me going with this second installment in the Dragonfury series.

After reading the first, I was hungry for more. The first one left a chance for this one because Rikar already fed from Angela through the Meridian.

I really admire Angela because she's kickass, I'm a sucker for those kinds of heroines. The independent, no-nonsense types who know how to defend themselves with bare hands or weapons like knives and guns. That's what exactly what she did, though she suffered harshl
Ezinwanyi~ThatEzi  (Oh My Shelves)
3.75 stars.

This sequel is a definite upgrade from book 1. I wasn’t sure I was going continue this series and I am glad that I did. Aspects of the series still remind me of Black Dagger Brotherhood & Midnight Breeds, but this second book established it as its own series. The connection between Angela and Rikar was a must stronger match and much better chemistry than Myst and Bastien from Book 1. First, I think I like the Angela better than Myst and I like Rikar better than Bastien.
One of the
Lee Anne - OMG! It's TOOOOO Cold!
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Coreene Callahan did it again! The second installment of the Drgaonfury series is as action packed as the first one! Add in a kick-ass heroine and you’ve got a winning combination.

I really enjoyed this book and was hooked from the moment I started reading it. I could easily pictures what Ms. Callahan was describing as her descriptions are fluid and vivid. The fight scenes are adrenaline pumping and full of action. The sex s
Dec 26, 2015 Monica rated it it was amazing
Excellent 2nd book. Quite different from the first. Contains a spoiler or 2. I liked Angela a lot because even though she got herself into a lot of trouble she sure as hell got herself out of it. Shows amazing strength in a woman in an impossible situation. Rikar was a funny guy...he made me laugh actually. So funny how alike he and Angela are. How she took the gift he had and tried to manipulate him into helping her. That was great! You know...he really was sweet. Very good to her and her ...more
Angela, kidnapped by the Razorbacks, has to escape on her own or become just another victim. Her partner and fellow police officer, Mac, was thrown out a window of the police station right before she was ripped away from her life. Angela truly had no one else to save her, except herself.

Mac wakes up to find himself in a hospital room and all he can think about is Angela. She was attacked and taken by dragons, that’s right dragons. He has to get out of the hospital and save Angela…but something i
The Window Seat
Sep 09, 2014 The Window Seat rated it liked it
If you are a fan of J.R. Ward and the Black Dagger Brotherhood, then there is a series that you may have missed but need to check out. Published by Montlake, a division of Amazon that publishes indie authors, the Dragonfury series should appeal to those that like Ward's style of writing.

In the second book in the series, Rikar, the Dragonfury second in command, is on a mission to save a woman he met once but can't forget. On a mission for his commander, Rikar got to know the Seattle detective Ang
Oct 09, 2013 Milka rated it it was amazing
Ah, there it is. The missing spark. Rikar's and Angela's story makes way much more sense than Bastian's and Myst's. Or it could be just that I prefer the first two, both together and individually. Or the fact that I have a weak spot for guys like Rikar - cold and unpenetratable and tough on the outside, really gentle and loving and pansy on the inside. With those guys, you either are or you aren't their girl. And if you are, if you manage to miggle your way through their walls, snuggle inside ...more
Aug 05, 2012 Lillie rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2012
Nothing more than BDB fanfic, really. If you want to read about what the brotherhood would be if they were dragons, this is it. Bunch of warriors living in a compound, fighting a group that wants to destroy them. British-style butler taking care of them, tons of slang. If I read "slowed his roll" or "male of worth" one more time, I may snap.

Rikar was a fun hero, kind of like Rhage without his man-whoreness. Well, once he and the heroine actually have a conversation which is somewhere around 30%
Megan Riverina Romantics/Meggerfly
Loved listening to this book this time around. This series is a MUST READ for all PNR fans!

Love Forge's accent. The narrator did fantastic with ALL the different accents and voices.

Where the heck did Tania go? I can't wait to start her and Mac's book!
Aug 08, 2014 Iva rated it really liked it
This one is my favorite so far. Rykar is awesome – smart , loyal, supportive and a great guy overall, I loved that he's an ice dragon. And Angela is a kick-ass woman, beauty and brains with a touch of fierceness. Gah! This series is not so bad after all..
Jan 13, 2016 Camille rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016
There were a lot of boring parts. And while I liked the main characters, there's not enough about them or their story. There's insta love and some sex and some "omg so and so is in danger" and then it's HEA and done. It's not satisfying somehow.
April   ♥"LOS" ♥
A great follow-up to the first book. I'm so happy I decided to read this series, I love these dragon shifters and the passion and strength that they have.
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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 ...more
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