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Belle Fury

(Manhattan Ten #3)

3.84  ·  Rating details ·  63 ratings  ·  14 reviews
This is one diva with killer moves…

Manhattan Ten, Book 3

Belle Fabian has worked her toes to the bone to become an internationally renowned ballerina. When the curtains rise on her career-making performance of Giselle, she brings down the house—literally.

Mid-dance, she manifests a superpower that nearly destroys the Metropolitan Opera House, wiping out a line of chorus
ebook, 111 pages
Published February 4th 2014 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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Beth Cato
Mar 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014, superhero, romance
I tend to be pretty harsh on romance books. This one, though, was a joy to read. Yes, it's clear how it will end, but the journey there had surprises and most of all the characters had real, true chemistry. Belle is a ballerina who has given everything to her career. When her superpowers manifest during a performance, she's devastated--the opposite reaction that most would have to such a development. Her kinetic dance moves create energy waves that obliterate her surroundings. The superhero ...more
Dark Faerie Tales
Feb 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales

Quick & Dirty: A red hot romance that might just destroy a building!

Opening Sentence: “One of the girls in the corps de ballet eyed me as I shoved the last hunk of Devil Dog into my mouth, careful not to sprinkle chocolate on my tutu.”

The Review:

Belle is in the middle of dancing the most important role in her career when her power manifests and nearly takes down the house. No seriously, it almost really destroys the Opera House. Belle runs out of the
Lori {Romancing the Dark Side}
Originally reviewed on Romancing the Dark Side

Another sexy addition to the Manhattan Ten, I can’t get enough of this series!

Belle Fury, the third installment in the Manhattan Ten series continues the adventures of the infamous sexy superheroes. When their leader Tank takes some time away to spend with his new love, Red Ruin (also known as Ryan) is left to temporarily take on his role. It’s not long before Ruin is called in to help Belle Fabian, a famous ballerina who’s recently discovered her
Jan 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2020-fiction-70
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Literary George (For Your Literary Pleasure Blog)
Originally reviewed at For Your Literary Pleasure
Lola Dodge does it again! I can't get enough of these superhero romances and I truly wonder WHY ARE THERE NOT MORE?! But please excuse the yelling of my inner superhero geek. Ahem. Belle is an amazing leading lady. I greatly admired her focus and dedication to her craft and was shattered when she learned her powers would greatly hinder her dancing career. Yet despite the massive setback, Belle threw herself into mastering her new kinetic power. I
Dec 07, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: adult, read-2014
Belle Fury is a bit different than the previous two books in the series. It's more focused on the characters' personal issues rather than on the romance and action. I still liked it, but not as much. Belle is a professional ballerina who has clawed her way to the top and has finally gotten a starring role to really kick start her career. But, once she hits the stage, her super powers come rushing out. There's nothing Belle can do to stop the flashes of energy flying out of her except stop ...more

Actual Rating: 3.5 stars
I have mixed feelings about this book. No doubt, after reading the first and the second book, I couldn't wait any longer before starting the third one. This one is good too, but a little different that the former two.

While the previous books had dealt more with romance and superhero-superpower themes mingled with action, it's more of a love story of superhero, minus the action and the superhero-working-for-greater cause. I missed the way the
Kathy Horsman
Apr 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Review: Manhattan Ten Series: Belle Fury by Lola Dodge This is the book I was waiting for since book 1. Red Ruin, number 2 in the Manhattan 10, fascinated me from the first book and I was hoping I would get to hear his story. I never thought a ballerina would be his future, but I have to say Belle fit in this book perfectly. These two seemed to warm up to each other rather than have that instant connection that the other two books started with, and I loved that. The whole story actually felt ...more
Rachel V.
Jan 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: for-review
I really enjoy this series. The Manhattan 10 are meeting their matches one by one. Red Ruin is a very interesting character and I loved how the author wrote Belle to match up with him. Everyone is super stressed with their leader still in Las Vegas with Jenny but they are trying to cope. Red Ruin is left in charge and he feels like he is failing. When he meets Belle she helps distract him from trying to fill Tank’s shoes.

What I like about this series is not everyone gets their superpower the
Apr 05, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2014
Belle only wanted to be the best ballerina ever. She has worked hard all her life walking away from everything to get to where she is. Now just when she gets the role of a lifetime she suddenly manifest super powers. Her dreams may be over and now she has to learn to harness her powers. She has help from the Red Ruin. Ryan wants to help Belle and even while he is busy working hard she still keeps his attention. He can't stay away from her. The whole time he is helping her he is also keeping a ...more
Dec 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc, superhero, 2013
Belle Fabian aka Belle Fury is a well known ballet dancer. During a performance of Giselle, she feels the energy leaving her while dancing and sees the destruction it causes to the Metropolitan Opera House and the other dancers. She is scooped up by the Manhattan Ten, a superhero group, so she can learn to control her powers.

Red Ruin, a member of the Manhattan Ten is the one to help Belle take control of her power. He has a lot on his plate right now, but he can manage. I enjoyed Red Ruin's
Mar 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: challenges-2014
I was rather surprised by this book! I found the hero and heroine to be unique, superhero powers wise, and the plot of the story made more sense. World building was unnecessary for this installment and the timeline problems that I noticed in Ivory were cleared up through context in this story. There are a few unanswered questions with some of the supporting characters, but I suspect that they will be the plots for future books. This book reminded me somewhat of Karma Girl, but it was just ...more
Aileen Erin
Feb 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I really dig Lola's writing style. She's fantastic! I've read all of the other M10 novellas so far, and this novella didn't disappoint. I loved Belle, and really felt for her as she struggled with coming to terms with her super powers and what that meant for her dancing career. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but this is a do not miss! And if you haven't read Temptress or Ivory--do! A fast read and totally scrumptious! :)
Eva Millien
Jun 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
During her career-making performance, Belle Fabian brings down the house literally when she manifests a super power and Red Ruin is sent in to help her learn to control it in this riveting paranormal romance. I enjoyed this short but thrilling life altering story although I do feel that the story was a little too short to do Belle justice.

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