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Fury of Seduction (Dragonfury #3)

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  1,673 ratings  ·  128 reviews
New to the Nightfury pack, dragon-shifter Mac cannot understand the bond between his brothers-in-arms and their human mates - until the moment he spies Tania and the energy bond between them blazes to life. Driven by a primal instinct, Mac will stop at nothing to find Tania, to keep her safe, to possess her. He has no time to waste: Ivar, leader of the rival Razorbacks, hu ...more
Paperback, 449 pages
Published November 13th 2012 by Montlake Romance
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Overall I came down on the side of liking Fury of Seduction, I enjoyed the dragonshifter romance and liked both the leads, there is some interesting setup in the background for the next three books. Where I had problems is with the bad guys, they are just so black, and their depravity and rapacious mind sets adds a yuck factor to the books which is made worse by thread switches breaking into the middle of up close and personal scenes with the leads.

And an issue that I have with the series but o
Paranormal Haven
3.5 stars

Everything is happening so fast for Mac, one minute he is just a regular detective livening a unfulfilling but normal life then bam a new reality smacks him in the face. Not only are dragons real but he himself is half dragon kind.

After surviving his change Mac seams to still have a few issues controlling his dragon half. But when his woman is in trouble suddenly he no longer lives up to his fledgling title. Mac finds himself falling for the beautiful Tania, and would do anything to pro
It's hard for me to rate and review this book because I have mixed feelings about it. Love Mac and the rest of the Nightfury gang and want to know how this all ends but I feel like it's getting a bit redundant. The same Dragon meets girl story from the first two books. The variations between the couples isn't distinct or varied enough. Will give the next one a shot but the repeated vocabulary, no matter whose point of view, is getting tiresome - everyone should think and speak differently, at le ...more
Based on the audiobook...

A story that suffered due to the narrator in my opinion. I don't know if the narrator was trying to do a Jersey accent or what. You know he was struggling when I couldn't tell when the conversation went from the Hero to the Heroine. I think I would have enjoyed reading this book more. I liked the first two books with the narration - I'm just going to assume that the narrator had an "off" book.

I like the story that is being built, however as soon as I saw a reviewer compa
Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)
This is Mac and Tania's story as they carry on with what they started in Rikar's book. Just like book 2, this book delves a little bit deeper into the Dragonkind world but without overloading you with details.

Mac is just the star of the show in my eyes - the whole book just confirms what a complex but intriguing character he is. Tania is the perfect female for him as she is not straightforward either. They both have history that they need to deal with before they can be together so the question
Lover of Romance
Mac has recently joined the Dragonfury's. He has just discovered that he is a shifter dragon, and a water dragon which is rare. Mac always knew that there was something more for his life than he ever thought possible. Now though, he is a newbie, and as such his pack is not letting him fight which is what he is aching to do. He craves a good fight but then he discovers that he has a mate and one that is in danger of being captured by the Razorbacks. Tania, is determined to save her sister, who is ...more
Fury of Seduction (Dragonfury Series #3)

If you like the style of the works of J. R. Ward, then you might love much of this book. If you liked the first two novels of this series, then you will most likely find this an engaging read. "Fury of Seduction" is written so closely to J R. Ward's STYLE that I almost immediately disliked this novel from the start. Had I know of the similarities I would have not chosen to read this novel. The Dragons speak with the same sort of slang that are in the `othe
Have you ever come across a series that has all the elements it needs to make it a favourite but somehow it never quite hits the mark? That's kind of how I'm feeling about the Dragonfury books right now. These books have so much potential but each book leaves me feeling like I'm missing out on something. I was willing to forgive the similarities between this series and the Black Dagger Brotherhood and Midnight Breed series during the first book, I even forgave them in the second book but I keep ...more
Finally!! I have been able to sit down and enjoy this book. Let me tell you it has been an extremely difficult week. I had this book on my kindle and needed to finish other things.. as this is not in my reading nature, seeing this book sitting there and teasing me was not fun.. but oh was it worth it!

Coreene Callahan strikes hard and fast in the third installment of her DragonFury Series.. The world is opening up and there is just so much going on, total reader stimulation. This was one of those
Dragon shifters! Love 'em in both human and dragon form! Face it, we all know they are HOT! Coreene Callahan's dragons definitely fit the bill!

Mac is a newly turned, very rare water dragon who meets his emotional match in Tania, one of those rare human females with a special energy that dragons need. The Razorbacks, an evil clan of dragons wants Tania for her ability to breed and her usefulness as a 'dragon plaything'...yuck.

While Mac and Tania try to avoid admitting they are more than physicall
I love this series. I absolutely love it.
And I think that the reason I love it so much can be summed up by this: The characters aren't stupid. They are smart (in fact High Energy females are characterized by being smart and successful).

So, this is Mac's story. I would have preferred that Mac being a fledgling have to wait a little while for his story, but Tania really did need to come into the fold of the Nightfuries, so I'll extremely graciously let it go.

So Tania goes to the prison her sister
The Window Seat
The third book in the Dragonfury series was the hardest for me to get into. For one thing, I skipped over it to get to Wick's story, and after that story left me wanting, I had to work very hard to pick this one up.

Mac is the Butch of the Dragonfury crew. If you don't know who Butch is (from the Black Dagger Brotherhood), then you will likely enjoy this story and have little problem reading and enjoying. Mac is new to being a dragon and he is new to the Dragonfury clan. Originally, he was the co
Oct 28, 2013 Kat rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: eh
I really don't know why I'm sticking with this series. Oh, wait, yes I do. I'm waiting for Wick's story. There's really no plot, nor is there any character development. It's instalove. Which if it's done right, I can tolerate, even enjoy. If it's done like.... this *gestures wildly at book* It makes me cry and want to throw my kindle to the ground and curse Amazon for putting it on the asleep cover (y'all know what I mean right?)

Also, if the dragons can't be around during the day, why the hell c
Taria Reed
4hrs left in this audiobook......

Seriously, can we just rename this series Black Dragon Furyhood and call it a day? This author is working my last nerve with the shitkickers, leathers, whatever the servants are called, and plethora of other similarities "borrowed" for this series.

WAY too much internal dialog, too many tangents, Who the hell is Niall and where did he come from, WAY too many side stories, and WAY WAY too much internal dialog.

The whole "luke i am your father" was a bit much

story -
Monica Martin
Not my favorite so far. I had a hard time getting into this and it seemed to move extremely slow at the beginning. It started to pick up for me about the middle. I dunno cause I really love Mac. He's so hot and hilarious! Tania....she's sweet and can be tough and very funny as well. I liked her a lot. I wanted to cry for her when she first told Mac she loved him. I can't believe he shut her down like that and that really hurt her. He snapped out of it but seriously I wanted to belt him one. LOL. ...more
Lyn Taylor
Okay. So I'm up to book 3 in this series and am kinda annoyed that I read a few reviews before I read the books. Now I can't get the Black Dagger Brotherhood references out of my head. Not fair to the author as I wonder if I'd have picked up on it. Nah. Who am I kidding of course I would have.

Anyway, kinda getting sick of all the internal dialogue these guy's and gal's have. 'Oh he's so amazing, she's so smart, and hot, and sexy, and hot ...' And really, who cares about what Ivan is up to?? I sk
Lee Anne - OMG! It's TOOOOO Cold!
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It's good, you'll like it!!
Paloma Beck
I've heard some say this series is like Black Dagger Brotherhood, Dragon-style. I'd agree in that it's just as well-written but Callahan's dragons definitely have their own unique style. Still, anyone who likes one will surely like the other.
Audra Williamson
The series is a good one. However I have to agree with other reviewers. This series is to much like the Black Dagger brother hood right down to some of the same wording. The author needs an original idea.
C.A. Szarek
In this third book of this awesome series, Callahan continues the story and continued to rock my world with just about everything! I really really love this book. The second one stands as my favorite, but the story here, Mac, and Tania had my interest and I couldn't seem to read it fast enough! Only one thing irked me a little. Toward the end of the book the turn it took with her deciding to leave, didn't seem to fit her character and it also seemed as if it was just thrown in there because "som ...more
Julie Burns
Oh !!! That was good :-D
Excellent story, strong characters, updates from old characters. Kick ass action. And new twists.
This book has it all.
Can't wait till next year to read Wick's story.
Renee Rearden
While I love Ms. Callahan's voice and the Nightfury dragons are bad ass on all fronts, Fury of Seduction was my least favorite of the three.

Mac and Tania were both great secondary characters in previous novels, and I looked forward to their personal story. However, this plot wasn't quite strong enough to hit the solid punch the previous two books in the series did.

Mac came across as a bit juvenile with a bunch of lucky he's big with some military training thrown in. Tania showed idiot damsel in
Mac is intense

Awesome, hot, mean and can you believe it gentle with Tania. I was on the edge of the page the whole way through! Those Razorbacks are just plain annoying! They just seem to keep on coming. Going through the emotional growths and angst with both Tania and Mac seemed so real.
The biggest thing that just irritates me is why are the women so... well I really shouldn't say stupid, down right irritating! What don't they understand that they are major danger! Don't get me wrong I love th
Great series

I give four stars because I would prefer the dragons to not be limited by daylight. other than that I enjoyed the stories. the witty conversations between the characters are great. one unanswered question I would like answered is about the women and childbirth. in the first book anemia was mentioned but no follow-up. also not mentioned is how the authorities deal with all the destruction of property. over all I am enjoying the series. my next book to read is about Wick, than Ivar, I
While the dragons are just as heart-stopping, and Mac was a favorite of mine going in, this story just didn't produce any kind of real depth in the relationship. It was all about the sex, with both characters jumping in hot and heavy from the get go, but nothing more really being offered. There were so many "almost" moments, where the connection could have been deepened ... but wasn't. This left the final resolution jumping to a conclusion with a multitude of threads brushed over. It still holds ...more
It's been awhile since my last foray into the Nightfuries' world. Since this is only book three, I'll admit that I had forgotten some things, but I did not forget how much I actually liked this world. The Nightfuries are amazingly hot- brain AND brawn. I definitely will be reading Venom's book- and look for a book about Wick, Sloan, Haider, Gage and Forge (he's stolen my heart I think.)

So is this a standalone book? No, it's not. You will most definitely want to know what happened before. There a
There’s no doubt in my mind that there’s something special about this Dragonfury series. Not only did she create a wonderful kind of dragon shapeshifter, but Coreene Callahan has succeeded in creating great characters that have you coming back for more. I think, FURY OF SEDUCTION has been my favorite of the series so far, especially since it features one of my favorite dragons, Mac.

Mac hasn’t been a dragon for a long time. Actually, he’s only known about his true nature for a few weeks now. He h
Marilyn Rondeau
Tania Solares is proud, independent and has made a lovely life for herself - not perfect but after her upbringing - better than she expected. When her very best friend went missing and she refused to let it go, she then became a target herself between two warring factions of dragon-shifters. Suddenly her very survival depends on Mac, a newly initiated dragon-warrior who hasn’t quite figured out his newly burgeoning magical powers, but will risk his life and break every rule to keep her safe!


I am not going to spoil anything by appending anything to the description (even though there is so much I want to share) – I think it gives potential readers a good overview.

I enjoy this authors writing style – she has created a world where her readers can linger. The story flows smoothly. Thanks to the authors very descriptive writing style ~ you need just a nip of imagination to fully experience the vivid settings/character
This book is the most thrilling, and I like the new addition of characters. I feel that this series would run for a long time. Ms Callahan amps up the suspense with the sly plot and it caused palpitations.

I always forget to mention this in my reviews in the previous books: It's interesting that their location is in Seattle, west coast to BDB's east coast. Just saying, I can't help but compare the series to BDB since new characters are in the Archguard, an equivalent of high council. We also meet
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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 Write ...more
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