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Fury of Surrender

(Dragonfury #6)

4.27  ·  Rating details ·  1,113 ratings  ·  116 reviews
In the sixth installment of Coreene Callahan’s bestselling Dragonfury series, a tormented dragon shifter finds solace in the healing powers of a woman—one who needs her own salvation.

Dragon warrior Forge has been sentenced to death by the Dragonkind elite. Recalling the memories of his family’s murders could drive him to the edge of insanity, but it’s the only
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Published July 11th 2017 by Montlake Romance
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Mindy Lou's Book Review
Jul 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Mindy Lou's Book Review by: Barbara➰
What an awesome Dragon shifter series! I have to thank my Goodreads friend Barbara for pointing this author out to me. I requested this ARC from NetGalley because she recommended this series to me awhile back.

I loved this unique take on dragon shifters. I have not read previous books in the series, so there are a few questions that I still need answered, but it didn't take away any enjoyment of the series away. In fact it just has my wanting to start with book one and read them all.

I highly re
Jul 16, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Dragons are back!

4 1/2 "Dragons are back!" Stars!!

I loved this story. I've been waiting for Forge's story from the beginning and Ms Callahan did not disappoint. It took a while, but it was worth the wait for fans of the series. Forge and Hope were great, even though there was a lot going on and the focus in this one was on the general arc of the series a lot, I still enjoyed it. There was enough romance to satisfy me. Looks like there may be a turn in the bad guy situation. Love
Aug 04, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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September 2016:

According to some questions the author answered here on Goodreads, this book was due March 2016.
Half a year from March...

and still nothing.

Well, I suppose something came up, and the book got delayed.

Which is fine by me.
I can wait, and more or less patiently too.

In any case, I would always rather have it properly written however long that mi
I absolutely adore this series! A few things stopped me from enjoying this installment as much a I wanted to, however.

#1. After waiting TWO YEARS for this one to publish, it was horribly frustrating to jump right in with all the characters making an appearance right at the first like it was only yesterday. I would strongly suggest a (re)read of the previous installments before beginning this one if you want to get the most out of it. I just don't have the time to do that so was left
Lover of Romance
Aug 30, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance

In Fury of Surrender we have the sixth and long awaited installment, this is where we are gifted with Forge's story. I have been captivated by this character from the begin
It took me awhile to get into this story because I didn’t remember the specifics. I wish that authors would do some recap in the beginning if a new book just to remind the reader of plot thus far.

I was happy that we finally got to learn what was going on with Forge.
Forge and Hope happened a bit quicker than i would have liked but their chemistry was fire. The Irish Water dragon was definitely a good match for Hope, who was no stranger to loss. I was most intrigued by Ivan who w
Under the Covers Book Blog
Seems like forever since I’ve read Coreene Callahan’s Dragonfury series.  It took me a bit to recall the characters and her wonderful world of dragon shifters.  But once I dove into this world, I quite enjoyed it.  Callahan didn’t disappoint.  The world of Dragonfury was still action packed, sexy and great for a weekend read.

In this sixth installment of Dragonfury, we finally get to know Forge.  Part of his past has been a mystery since he himself cannot recall what truly happened to his family’s mur
Jess F. (From Me to You ... Book Reviews)
DNF ... GAH!! I tried with this one. I really did. But even though I liked the premise, it was because this was the first novel in the series that I had read that made it so I couldn't follow it completely. In addition, I grew bored with some of the scenes. Basically, I gave up fully reading it around the 50% mark ... then skimmed it until I got to 75% before giving it up all together.

Sorry! On a side note ... It did have some cute sayings to use as quotes.


Jul 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Furry of Surrender is the sixth novel of the Dragonfly series.
You can read this book as a stand-alone, but probable will enjoy it more if you know the previous books of this series. There`re different story lines which will connect through the novels of this series.

Forge, a former Razorback, is now part of Bastians Nightfury warriors. 50 years ago his entire family died through an brutal attack. Still suffering under nightmares every night, Forge cant remember the details of this night no
Oct 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars. I was found Forge a really interesting character from the start of the series and so I was really looking forward to his story. As usual the characters were really charismatic and easy to connect with.
In 'Fury of Surrender' the overarching narrative of the series really takes a step forward, particularly for one character, and this was a really strong aspect of the book. However, I did feel that Forge and Hope's narrative did take a bit of a back seat which was a real shame. I wanted
April   ♥"LOS" ♥
I feel like I've been waiting to read Forge's story forever!!! I just recently got back into the Dragonfury series and I'm so glad I did. I missed these hot, alpha dragons and their sassy mates. Since the beginning of the series Forge has been a mystery. The sexy, Scottish dragon who has no memory other than losing his clan and the mother of his son. We've watched the Dragonfury take him in as part of their pack and now he finally finds his own mate.
Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder)
4.5 stars

It's been awhile since we have seen a new book in this series. It didn't take me long to get sucked back in to the characters and the conflict. In fact, I was so engrossed, before I knew it the book was over! I really wanted more!

Forge has been an interesting character all along. I was happy to learn more about him. Hope seems to be the perfect match. She is also friends with Mac so there is an added layer of trust built in. Once again, the author brings us non-stop action.
It's Finally Here!

Although it felt like we waited forever for book 6 (Forge's story), I was not disappointed. Forge is one of my favorite characters so I was thrilled to read his story. The connection between him and Hope was very fast and resembled a runaway locomotive--just like the prior couples. Both damaged people who needed someone to cling to and who would listen and understand.

This book not only gave us Forge's mate, but Exshaw finally arrived. I’ve been waiting for him sinc
Carrie Mortleman
Jul 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Not sure why I love these books but I do.
They're a short read.
Suspense is quickly resolved.
And it's pretty sexy.
Jul 21, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley
This series has me conflicted. I am loving the story line and can never wait to find out what happens next and where things are going. However, the couples are really starting to annoy me. It's not their fault though. I am just getting ticked off at how every single time each couple meets, they fall in love within a day (maybe a little more if we're lucky) when they don't know anything about the other. Except that they're possessed by an undeniable lust where all they can think about is jumping ...more
Aug 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

I jumped right into Fury of Surrender, the 6th book of Coreene Callahan’s Dragonfury series, without having read any of the other books. While I struggled with the romance between the two main characters, it’s a testimony to Callahan’s writing and the world she created that I fell in love with the whole cast of characters and the secret society of dragons.

I have friends that have read this series over and over and I can completely understand why. First up, it rem
Aug 25, 2017 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars!
Some spoilers ahead!!
Even though it was quite a long wait for this next instalment I was just so happy to be back in the Dragonfury world, love those boys and the women they love and have re-read the books numerous times so I didn't feel lost picking up from where the other left off.
Loved Forge and was really looking forward to more from him but it did feel like he and Hope were secondary characters, so I was a little disappointed. Would have loved more of their rela
Trish R.
Jul 14, 2017 rated it did not like it
The 6th one was the worst one..

OK, I’ve read the DragonFury series and mostly I loved them but waiting well over 2 years for the 6th book I had forgotten that Coreene Callahan loves to write such nonsense, such stupid filler, to make the book longer. Things like: Hope looked through the peephole. She gripped the door handle. She unlocked the door. She TURNED the door handle. She opened the door. OMG! Who the hell cares? And then someone says one little thing, like “hello,” and then y
Mar 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Ankit Dhul
Jul 30, 2017 rated it really liked it
Fury of Surrender is the sixth book in the Dragonfury series by Coreene Callahan. This much awaited title comes to us after a two year hiatus which is why I had to re-read the previous books to contextualize everything before starting the new book. It brings to light new faces along with some of our favorite characters from the earlier books.

This book introduces Hope Cunningham, a hypnotherapist par excellence. She helps patients recover from their darkest memories and also remember
Jan 04, 2018 rated it liked it
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Shay Williams

Let me start off by saying how impressed I was with how well this book stood on its own. It is actually the sixth in the series but I didn't feel lost or left out in the slightest. I really appreciate when authors do such a great job of allowing the book to stand on its own merit. Really encourages me to go pick up the previous books.

I really enjoyed the characters in this book. Forge is a dreamboat but he does have some attitude issues. He really needed a therapist to help him fin
Aug 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What a story. This is the six books in the series. But the first
one I read. The story was amazing and extremely well-
written, so much so I plan to read the other books. They are
a really new take on Dragon shifters. I so loved this book.

This is Hope and Froge's story he is the Scott of the pack.
And oh how I love a Scottish brogue. And when a writer puts
it in. it is just magic for me. But Forge needs help. He has a
chunk of his past missing. And Hope may be his only way to
Aug 09, 2017 rated it liked it
I was really glad that Coreene Callahan wrote a new dragon book. I was glad that I'd reread the last couple books before this one because I'd forgotten a bunch of details.

I love Forge and I was happy for him to get his HEA. Hope was a good heroine and I liked her. Ivar might be turning over a new leaf which is an unforeseen development.

As usual in this series, there was a lot going on in the story. I felt like a lot of time was spent in areas that didn't need it and that the story lacked oth
Mar 04, 2019 rated it liked it

This installment in the series was just lukewarm. Like other readers of this dragon series, Forge story has been highly anticipated, unfortunately it did not quite make the bar for this reader. There was some backstory and dream sequence, but it really didn't do Forge justice. This reader was left with more questions.

The introduction of Hope to help Forge claim the "hidden" memory should have been a bigger chunk of the book. Instead, too much of sub stories (Mac story, Ivar, The Arch

I am only giving this book 3 stars because I felt there were some inconsistencies. First, at the end of Venom's book he stated that he had eradicated Ivar's superbug. Then in this book Ivar is trying to find a cure and the bug is spreading towards Seattle, yet when Ivar finds a cure he only goes to Granite Falls to cure everyone. Second, I think that Mac's storyline dominated Forge's. There was really no development or true insight into Forge. The connection he made with Hope
Lizzy Sunderhaus
I enjoyed reading this book, but I had a hard time getting into it and sticking to it. So much of it was referring to things that had occurred in previous books, and it was hard for me to figure out. I think an introduction to the series to begin with would have been helpful, and maybe a mini intro/prologue would be a benefit to many readers, since there are so many groups and political agendas.

Overall, I would recommend it because I found the characters interesting. I enjoyed the romance, and
Lynnette (Lynnette Reads!) Copp
I have been waiting for this next instalment from the nightmares for what feels like forever and this book has not disappointed now that it is finally here.

This is an instant-love story but because the love is tied up in a fated mates way it never feels forced. This is Forge and Hope's story of how they come together. Unlike the last book I felt that how the two meet is less contrived and more natural. This is because Forge has a memory he needs to try and Hope is a physiotherapist w
Anne Szlachcic
Jul 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is the sixth book in the 'Dragonfury' series and whilst it can be read as a stand-alone I would recommend reading the previous books first .
Dragon warrior Forge has been sentenced to death by the Dragonkind elite. The memories of his family's murders are suppressed and could drive him to the edge of insanity .
The Nightkind Dragons are determined to help remove the trauma of his suppressed memories and enlist Hope, a hypnotherapist with trauma of her own . She is an expert in rec
Jul 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Worth the wait!

Anyone that loves a good adventure with dragons and a love story that touches your heart with fall in love with Forge and Hope's story! The fact that the story encompasses the whole pack of Nightfury dragons and mates makes the story that much richer and exciting.
Forge has been searching for answers for 50 years as to who killed his family and Hope is living with the tragedy of what her brother did and her lack of knowledge and guilt. These two come together because Hope is p
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Coreene Callahan is the bestselling author of the Dragonfury Novels and Circle of Seven Series, in which she combines her love of romance and adventure with her passion for history. After graduating with honors in psychology and taking a detour to work in interior design, Coreene finally returned to her first love: writing. Her debut novel, Fury of Fire was a finalist in the New Jersey Romance Wri ...more

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