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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 way to removIn 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 way to remove the target on his back. Fiercely determined to protect his pack and his newborn son, Forge agrees to undergo harrowing treatments to help him remember the trauma buried deep inside his heart and mind. When nothing works, a woman of unprecedented power is brought in to help.Young, bright, and haunted by her own demons, hypnotherapist Hope Cunningham helps patients recover from their darkest memories. But each time she liberates a wayward soul, Hope’s personal pain digs deeper—until one patient ignites an unforgettable passion.Forge’s healing journey is not without risk. Unwittingly, he has put Hope in the middle of a dangerous war, one that could shatter their eternal bond. Will the curative power of love be enough to save them?...

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Fury of Surrender Reviews

  • Mindy Lou's Book Reviews
    2018-09-26 09:45

    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 recommend this for PNR lovers. It was well written, a unique approach to a saturated subject and will draw in the protective Hero fans. Loved it!

  • Stacie
    2018-10-14 05:42

    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 it! Can't wait to see what's next. Happy reading!

  • Grail
    2018-10-10 08:34

    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. Mostly. I can wait, and more or less patiently too.In any case, I would always rather have it properly written however long that might take, than for for the author to hurriedly toss something together just to meet some deadline.Plus I must confess, I am little afraid of this installment. Supposedly it will be about Forge, and truthfully I either expected his book to be a later one, or - if book 6 "has to be" his - to be a lot farther along in the story by this installment. All in all, at this point I am not sure what to think. On one hand I suppose it makes sense for Forge's to be the next story and I really want to get my hands on it, while on the other it feels as though Fate is cruelly messing around with the poor guy. (view spoiler)[I mean, he looses the woman he thinks is the other half of his soul, and then a couple month latter - which I imagine is the equivalent of only a blink in time for Dragonkind - in walks the one he is actually supposed to be with. Well, ... okaaaaay. I am not sure he has had enough time to properly digest Caroline's death, but okay. (hide spoiler)] Hopefully the amount of time and energy that seems to be invested in this book means it will be a great one.Miss Callahan, some information on what on Earth is actually going on with the novel would be real nice though.Anyways, now I am going back to waiting.March 2017:While a cover is still missing, in the past few months we got a release date and a blurb. Sadly release day is still little far away, but I LOVE that blurb!June 2017:My little late reaction to the cover, and not so late reaction to the trailer:["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Lover of Romance
    2018-10-19 02:27

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceIn 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 beginning. A Scottish dragon with an infant son? I just can't resist and boy is he one sexy dragon in this book. Forge is struggling with the memories of the killings of his family and its driving him to the point of insanity. So the dragonfury clan decided to bring in some outside help, a healer of the mind. Hope Cunningham is a therapist, and is always looking for a way to help those with mental or emotional struggles. But Hope herself, is still struggling with some painful memories. Memories of losing her twin brother, being killed and bleeding to death. She uses a punching bag to keep the pain at bay. When she is asked to heal a friend of a friend, she is more than willing especially when she hears of his struggled. But from their first meeting, its apparent that there is much more to this pair. There is a powerful sexual chemistry that sizzles between them. While Forge and Hope work through their emotional pain and embrace their feelings for each other, a true love builds between them.Forge desired her. She craved him. So yeah. She would take what she wanted. All the reasons it was a bad idea would have to wait. She was jumping in feetfirst. To hell with the consequences. Fury of Surrenderwas a pretty wonderful story and I couldn't put this one down. I really was swept away by these two and also by the other members of the Dragonfury Clan. Seeing all these wonderful characters was simply wonderful and some mysterious occurances happen that make me wonder what this author has in store for us in the future. I was drawn into this story mostly because of seeing the way that these two were with each other. Our heroine is simply wonderful for Forge. She has a calming influence on him, especially on his memories. I did like the way she is with the other women too. They form an instant friendship with each other, and I loved that they just include her as if she has always been a part of their tight group. I did find it interesting to see Hope and Forge come together in this one. It was a bit different than the previous books. It did have a more "rushed" feeling at times, but I think that was due to the shorter length of the story. But Callahan has a way of captivating my interest pretty quickly. I never wanted to let go of these characters, most especially Forge and Hope. They are characters that make you want to cheer them on and win in the end!! And they surely do find their own HEA. A FULLY GRATIFYING ROMANCE!What Do You Think About Dragon Shifters?What Do You Think About Coreene Callahan?  Books N Tunes Reading Challenge: [foogallery id="19513"]

  • TJ
    2018-10-09 01:51

    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 trying to remember the characters from all 5 previous books without any explanations. And, with the amount of books being published each year nowadays, it just isn't viable to expect perfect recall otherwise. I ended up constantly going back to the previous books to try and figure things out.#2. As much as I love the character of Forge and liked Hope, this story felt more like filler. You know, like those movies where they split one book into two movies, then try to stretch the storyline out until they can get to the really good stuff. There wasn't a whole lot going on in this book. Not at all like the previous high action installments. That may not be such a bad thing but when one is expecting that action only to find a quieter romance where things just kind of progress and build towards something in a future book, it may be disappointing.#3. I know this may just be because I read so many books each month but I am REALLY getting tired of the "I'm not good enough for her, it will never work" whine-trope from the Alpha heroes! C'mon, can we not think of another trope by now?!? This one is so overused and there are a bazillion different ways to get to that happy ending!! Pahlease give us something more!Whew - that all being said, I still love the world, the Nighfury men and the women they love. So, I'll be (im)patiently waiting for the next book!

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    2018-10-03 05:39

    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 murders.  The plan is for him to undergo treatment with Hope’s help.  As you have it, they have an attraction that is unavoidable and fate’s help, Hope discovers the hidden truth.Just like the previous installments, Fury of Surrender was an enjoyable read.  I confess because it’s been awhile since the last installment of this series, I had to scan through the other books to recall the characters and its world.   I’ve miss this world of dragons.  I love the humor of the brotherhood and what they stand for.  I especially love the romantic side of them once they find their mates.I like Forge and Hope but they are not my favorite couple.  Don’t get me wrong, their story is sweet and sexy but I suppose my heart belongs to Bastian.  I love that we got some page time from the previous characters, they are what makes this series after all.Can’t wait to get more of this Dragonfury world.  Welcome back, Ms. Callahan!*ARC provided by publisherReviewed by Angela❤ ♡ Don't want to miss any of our posts? Subscribe to our blog by email! ♡ ❤

  • Eva
    2018-10-13 02:50

    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 can´t remember the details of this night nor can´t he remember the attackers.The Archguard high councel and Rodin, leader of the travesty, had tried to convicted him of murder. Without Forge ever stepping into a courtroom or touching the male he´d been accused of killing. There is a bounty on his head with the threat of an killing order by Dragonkind elite....for lies.Forge assumes that it has something to do with his past and the he`s still suffering. Something Rodin must be involved with. And since Rodin want to eliminate not only him but the entire Nightfury warriors... time is running out.After a failed mind regression session, in which Bastian and Mac tried to retrieve the long lost memory, Forge nearly died. No longer an option to retrieve the memory, they decided to bring a human hypnotherapist into the secret lair. Hope believes she is part of an covert military outfit, authorized by the government, to help an traumatized soldier.Forge, being already under pressure to remember the past, didn`t react well at their first meeting. Being a high energy female, Hopes energy hit him like a freight train. His dragon half reacted so strong to her on first sight, that he is instantly torn between violence (like beating the shit out of Mac - who brought her in) and lust.As a professional therapist Hope is conflicted to get involved with Forge, although she couldn`t deny either the instant attraction. In the end she helped him remember in a way neither both of them would´ve guessed. Hope and Forges bonding was fast, beautiful and very intense. I loved how they helped each other to overcome their fears and traumata.Beside the highly emotional main part of this novel there was also a very interesting and also emotional side story about Mac and his painful tribal tattoo. It`ll be interesting to see how he´s coping with his "new friend".Even Ivar had his emotional moments in this book. He´s struggling to find the antivirus to prevent further deaths of human women; caused through his highly resistant virus. He also has to decide if he`ll embrace the changes taking hold inside of him or cling to his old way of being when it comes to Sasha.I really loved this book. So much happened in it and all this emotional turmoil...ARC received from the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  • Claire
    2018-10-15 01:35

    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 to there to be more time spent on Hope working with Forge to draw his memories out - Forge's memory revelation was kind of lost at the end, but perhaps the implications with be explored more in the next book. I also wanted to see more of Hope's response to G.M and Forge's identity as a dad but again perhaps something for future books. One of the strengths of this series, compared to similar ones from other authors, is that we still get the opportunity to connect with other characters POV who were the focus of previous books. Perhaps inevitably though, as the cast of characters continues to grow, there will not be enough space to include characters we've come to love - JJ anyone??? - and for the first time in this series there felt too many characters and not enough time to reconnect with past favourites.Overall though I enjoyed 'Fury of Surrender' and I'm really looking forward to seeing how the series continues in the next book.

  • Lianne Pheno
    2018-09-24 06:39


  • Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder)
    2018-10-03 04:43

    4.5 starsIt'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. Fights and sass and bad guys and intrigue. What I really wanted more of....was Forge and Hope. They kind of fall together as he realizes she is his special mate. But I wanted to see them as a couple more. How did they get to know each other beyond the physical? How does Forge envision his son fitting into their relationship? I left with more questions than answers about the couple. However, the action and story line moved forward at a brisk pace. I can't imagine how this turmoil is all going to end (with the Fury guys on top, I'm sure ;) ). It is going to be one heck of a ride getting there. You will want to read this series in order as the story line progresses through all the books. Great addition to the series. Can't wait for the next title!*complimentary copy provided via Netgalley for an honest review.

  • RetiredHsMom
    2018-09-30 02:42

    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 since Hamersveld told Ivar how he got Fen in Fury of Desire (book 4). I'm looking forward to seeing this new little guy in action. I’m sure he’s going to be a pistol. While we didn't have a lot of scenes that included Forge’s son, there was some interaction with Forge, Hope and G.M. I know other reviewers were upset about this, but I felt it was just the right amount. I really enjoyed the scene in the garage, with Gage, Osgard, and Forge. Gage’s protectiveness of the young man was really endearing. I also really liked the interaction between Osgard and Forge. Oh, and we got a few really good scenes with Daimler. I love this guy! He really showed his personality with Hope in this story. I intrigued by the way Ivar was acting in this story. It reminded me of how he was in “Fury Of Fate.” His development character wise feels necessary to me. In the beginning of the series, he was totally evil and the primary antagonist for the Nightfuries. Now we have a much larger number of bad guys so it’s interesting to see him continue to be developed. Although I don’t think he can be 100% redeemed, I’m finding myself hating Rodin, Zidane, and the Archguard much more. I’m looking forward to book 7. I hope the wait isn’t as long as between books 5 and 6. Writing quality: GoodViolence: YesSexual content: YesNarration: Third personPlot: Some twistsPace: Mostly steady, but moves fast in a couple parts

  • Carrie Mortleman
    2018-09-29 06:29

    Not sure why I love these books but I do.They're a short read. Suspense is quickly resolved.And it's pretty sexy.

  • Sonja
    2018-10-16 07:30

    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 the other. I'm sorry, that does not form a solid base of love.I liked Hope. More so in the very beginning, but still. Although she may seem in control of everything, she's not. When she was in college, her twin brother went into the campus library and killed a lot people before he was killed. It has definitely traumatized her, but her father makes it worse. A military man, he always pushed her brother too much, but he blames Hope for not seeing this coming. And so does she. With the anniversary of this just around the corner, she needs a distraction. One provided in spades when Mac and Angela come back from the dead and show up at her door.I have liked Forged since the beginning, and he didn't really disappoint. I especially liked how he was able to prioritize things and make himself leave Hope when he needed to help another. The Nightfuries need to know why Forge's head is being called for by the Archguard. The secrets are buried in his head, but no matter what Bastian does, he just can't get to it without a terrible whiplash. With little other options left to them, they seek out human help in the form of Hope. Maybe hypnotherapy will work. At this point, it can't hurt to try. Forge was not informed of this though, and is blindsided when Hope arrives at the house. For more than one reason.I knew it was going to be hard keeping Hope in the dark about the truth of what's going on, but I was definitely curious to how it would go. Considering the reason Hope was brought there, there actually never is even one therapy session. Because she is Forge's mate, the link between them provides the information they need. Just not in a way that Forge would have liked. Dragged into his nightmares of the night he lost his family, Hope experiences everything he did at that time. More importantly, she breaks thru what he has been blocking and he can finally remember everything. So it urked me some and made no sense when the book ends and he doesn't even tell Bastian. Wasn't that the whole point of this book??It was inevitable that Forge would have to tell Hope the truth of what he and his brothers are, but when he realized something he has to do it right away. In the beginning of the book, we're told how Mac's tattoo has been hurting him and glowing red. Then out of the blue a huge explosion rocks the place when something comes crashing in and right into Mac. We know what it is, but all the warriors have no idea and are helpless as they watch Mac slowly deteriorate. They find nothing in their archives and know the answers can be found in another. It's while trying to capture Hamersveld for these answers that Forge gets his clue. And not a moment too soon.Ivar has been working hard on finding a cure for his disease. With not a lot of luck. What I don't really get is how it has spread so far so fast. I thought the whole point of Venom going into the water supply and pushing himself like he did to last house was to prevent exactly this. Anyway. He finally gets it after many failures and rushes to the hospital. What he witnesses there hits him so much harder than he ever thought possible. Especially when he gets to the infants. When Ivar gets home, he can't stop himself from going across the street to Sasha's despite what happened last time. Good thing too, because somehow she had caught his virus. Now he finds himself caught in her web again with no idea what to do or why he thinks of her the way he does.On the other side of the world, Rodin has managed to spin his lies and get the ruling he has desired. It wasn't easy, but sadly even Dragonkind can be bought. It's going to be open season on the Nightfuries and I can't wait to find out what happens next.ARC provided by publisher via Netgalley.

  • Sandra
    2018-10-13 06:50

    3.5 StarsI 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 reminded me a lot of J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series. It has a lot of the same elements:Secret society of paranormal beingsA brotherhood of warriorsBonded males who need women to surviveA group of warriors and their mates sharing a homeEven some of the previous storylines, which are hinted at in Fury of Surrender, are a bit similar. And, like Ward does with her books, Fury of Surrender has multiple POVs, spreading the story out beyond MCs, Hope and Forge. I love a series that puts you back in the head of past characters, giving them more story beyond the happily ever after. And, there’s a lot of story in Fury of Surrender, one which I had sort of a rollercoaster-like relationship with.Hope and Forge took a long time to grab me as a couple. I felt like I was told to accept them long before I saw it. There were also times that I felt that they were just there to sell the book as a romance because they didn’t seem very important to the overall story arc. Eventually, they sparked something in me that said “I like these two together”, but I wasn’t overwhelmed by it. I did love Hope. She’s funny and dealing with an awful past that I wished had been fleshed out more. I’ve heard from my friends that have read the entire series that I did miss a lot of back story regarding Forge and they’re right. I never really felt like I got to know him. While I get he’s been around for a while, I still feel like he deserved more.There are two secondary storylines that are vital to the overall arc of the series: the mystery of Mac’s tattoo and Ivar finding a cure for a virus he released in a previous book. While I didn’t know any back story on these two, Callahan does a fantastic job of making it easy to understand what’s going on. I never felt lost, rather I found myself deciding I needed to go back and see how these storylines started. And, the dynamics between all the characters provided some of the best moments of the book. The relationships between all of them are close ones filled with affection and humor that was very engaging. This is my favorite thing about series romance and I loved how well it played out here.My only true complaint is a subjective one: I had a hard time with Callahan’s voice. She’s extremely detailed in her action descriptions and her depictions are terse. This frequently slowed the pace of the story.3.5 stars for Fury of Surrender. Heat level: 3I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for honest feedback.

  • Bronwyn
    2018-10-19 07:27

    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 relationship to shine through, how would she fit in with his son etc, he seemed a bit neglected in the story hardly being mentioned.I liked Hope, more so at the beginning then towards the end though, She certainly was still traumatised from the loss of her brother and family history but it was good to see Forge supporting her.Hope was brought to Black Diamond for therapy sessions with Forge, to help him remember information that the Dragonfury Dragon's needed, well they never actually got around to having any!!!It all came out in shared nightmares....ok that's fine.....but why wasn't the information rushed to Bastian, wasn't that the point, it made no sense the information wasn't passed on in this book!Mac and his tattoo play a large part in this book, that's ok too but I do feel it took some of the spotlight of the two main characters.Now Ivar, not sure what plans this author has for him, he has been the "villain" in all the previous books and I really hope she isn't trying to make him "good" in my opinion he has done way to many horrible things to be ever redeemed. Yep he seems to be getting a conscious and trying to fix what he did, by inventing a cure for the superbug that is killing females of all ages, that HE himself purposely created. What I don't get is how it spread so quickly, I mean didn't Venom take care of that in the last book? He treats patients in Granit Falls but Sasha who lives near him has caught the virus???? Im not an Ivar fan and never will be.Gage and Haider played huge parts in the last book but didn't really get a much of a mention in this one that I found rather odd.Also Rodin got his wishes from the Archguard so I'm assuming that will a huge part in the next book??I certainly like Forge and Hope, don't get me wrong their story is sweet and sexy but they haven't bumped Wick and J.J from the number one favourite spot!Overall I still love the world and all the Dragonfury Dragons and so I will definitely be picking up the next in the series!

  • Trish R.
    2018-10-07 08:37

    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 you have to read the author’s stupid narration page after page after page, telling you what is a boring story without anyone saying anything, waiting for someone to say something else so you can get interested in the story again. If you like dialogue in your books forget about this author. The only reason I decided to read this is because I read the rest of the series. AND I do want to know how it turns out in the end since I really liked all the dragons and their mates, but there was be a lot of skimming.This just went on and on with stupid stuff, like Ivar and Hamersveld sitting in a hot tub on the side of a mountain to watch Ivar’s dragons practice battles, pages and pages of it. Of Hope beating the hell out of a leather heavy bag, on 2 different occasions, once in her garage and once at Black Diamond. Again pages and pages of it. Pages and pages of Forge and Hope’s angst over wanting each other. This is supposed to be the last book in the series so I thought it would be a lot more exciting. The most exciting part was at 80% when Forge and the other dragons went out to capture Hamersveld. Except they didn’t get him, after a long drawn out battle, and then Forge simply said he had to get back to the library at Black Diamond because he read something that might help Mac, who was lying in a coma. What? Oh, wait, before we go to the library let’s take a while to have sex with Hope, then mind-meld with her, then show off his dragon to her, and then take a shower. And Ivar, the bad guy/evil dude in every one of the DragonFury books, spent all of his time trying to come up with a cure for the deadly virus HE made that was now killing human female girls, teens and grown women in record numbers. Jeez! Amazon says this is book 9 of 9 so I thought this was the last book. Nope, it’s not. The end of this left it wide open for another one. Holy crap.There was sex in this book but the story was so boring I skipped it. The F-bomb was used 120 times.As to the narration: P. J. Ochlan did a great job with the narrating but even he couldn’t help the nonsense he was reading.

  • Ankit Dhul
    2018-09-23 01:31

    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 memories suppressed long ago. But liberating wayward souls is not enough to exorcise her own demons and herpain, until she meets the one person who balances her.Forge is a highly powerful Scottish nightfury warrior who is haunted by the past and is unable to access the memories of his family’s murders, the truth of which put a target on his back. He has been sentenced to death and the nightfury pack exiled by the Dragonkind high council. Fiercely determined to protect his pack and his newborn son, Forge agrees to undergo harrowing treatments to help him remember the trauma buried deep inside his heart and mind. Ultimately it is his bond of trust with hope that unlocks these memories and the information they possess.Together, Forge, Hope and the nightfuries work together to battle the razorbacks and the high council. This book does justice to its name and is truly spellbinding.Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC

  • Sonia Cristina
    2018-10-19 01:36

    2.5 estrelasTrês anos à espera de Fury of Surrender, 3 anos que passei com dragões a voar-me na imaginação, ansiosa por conhecer a história de Forge e agora que aqui está, foi uma desilusão em todos os níveis. O romance, o enredo em volta dos Nightfuries, o segredo que Forge não conseguia recordar... Valeu apenas por rever os dragões que não esqueci e as suas mates, por um desenvolvimento em volta de Mac que traz uma surpresa no mínimo intrigante no final, (view spoiler)[Mac tem um wren, um dragão minuatura? E agora? Mal posso esperar para ver como os outros vão recebê-lo e conviver. (hide spoiler)] Assim, muito ao de leve, houve pormenores que me deixaram mesmo muito curiosa, foi pena não terem desenvolvimentos - será para o(s) próximo(s) livro(s)? (view spoiler)[Como o irmão de Bastian ser o dragão mau como tudo que está a trabalhar - infiltrado, para Ivar; o próprio Ivar deixa-me muito curiosa e fico a pensar se será assim tão - ou só - mau e ele e Sasha? Ela não parece nada má. Talvez ele ainda mude. O Zidane, aquele mauzão, a chegar a Seattle - como vai isto correr? Forge recordou a morte da família e sabe agora que foi Rodin que os matou, mas e fica assim? Quer dizer, ele suspeitava que um familiar o traiu e daí? Que revelação tão fraca e insuficiente. E o filho de Forge, um bebé é sempre importante, mas não houve ali enredo a envolver o menino na relação com Hope.(hide spoiler)]Passados 3 anos esperava muito, mas muito melhor.

  • Amy
    2018-09-27 06:34

    Okay, so... not my favorite. I was so excited for Forge’s book. SO excited. But I feel like at this point the character’s individual stories are being overshadowed by the larger picture and each book gets maybe 3 different character’s POV who have nothing to do with the main H/h. Fine, we get a full story, but at the same time it feels like lazy writing. There’s too much happening and I think honestly the series could be spread out better. Or, better yet, the author could put focus on more important things than sex every 5 seconds. We didn’t get more than about 3 words regarding Forge missing Caroline (who he supposedly loved and WANTED to bond with??) or even GM. We never had Hope give an actual proof of being a therapist outside of her talking to Gage. Instead we got: Ivar’s situation again, the exile thing, Mac (who I love but feel did not warrant this much impact on someone else’s book. He should have had a .5 book or something for what happened), and sex scenes. Also 16 pages in the first chapter for Forge to walk into an elevator. 16. I counted. Overall: I still love this series. I really do. But I just think the author needs to figure out where the main story is going and how to balance it out better so we’re not getting 5-in-1 and missing out on major character developments.

  • Shay Williams
    2018-10-01 06:43

    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 find his way. The fact that Hope is also his mate just makes everything better. And the secondary characters are well rounded which is another reason that I have to go read their stories. The author also took some time with the setting of this book. It is set in the Puget Sound which is where I live. You can bet that I would have picked up any discrepancies. I do feel that any of my readers that enjoy paranormal romance would really enjoy FURY OF SURRENDER. You might even find that you will be searching down the earlier books like I will be. There is some violence in this book but it is usually in dragon form. There is also some sex but nothing that goes overboard. *** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions expressed within are my own.

  • Kim O'Daniel
    2018-09-22 09:28

    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 get those memories back. But when they meet it is explosive to say the least. They are drawn to each other. And have this instant need for each other. But before they can do anything about it Mack is hit with this energy ball and lands him in a coma. While they all try to find a way to save him and his mate before it is too late. And then there is still the threat to come. An evil dragons set out to destroy the night furies pack. And they are not aware of what is coming. I need the next book now to see what happens. But have to wait. In the mean time I plan to read the other books in the series.Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it when you do; they value your opinions too

  • Meghan
    2018-10-10 03:37

    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 others. For example, Forge has an infant son, G.M., who is barely present especially for a romance involving a single parent. Then there were the two new additions to the pack, Nian and Ozgard, Gage's adopted son. (Sorry I spelled the names wrong, I listened to the audiobook.). Both characters appear and are mentioned a little but I thought for sure they'd get more than they actually did. I'm hoping the Gage will get the next book so we can see him continue his relationship with Ozgard. There is so much potential there! I'm also hoping that we don't have to wait so long between books.

  • Kathryn
    2018-10-06 01:49

    SPOILERSI 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 was too fast in my opinion. What I mean by this is that they had barely had one full conversation and no therapy sessions at all and then she falls asleep next to him and can immediately see the missing part of his nightmare. Then it's just chalked up to energy fuse right away. Everything Forge was doing was in reaction to something going on with Mac. Also, there was no mention of Haider and Gave's arrival back home from Prague. No fallout of them bringing Nian and Is hard for that matter. It was a good book, but I don't think there was enough of Forge and Hope.

  • Liza
    2018-09-23 07:31

    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 psychologist and Forge is killing himself trying to remember. These two gain something from each other and learn a great deal on the short road to falling in love.I a!so like that the story of Ivar trickles in and you get to see some changes in him. The Archguard and Rodin are still a threat and something big is on the horizon. Love this book and the series and am looking forward to the next adventure!

  • Anne Szlachcic
    2018-09-30 04:40

    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 recovering the darkest of memories but at great cost to herself..... on setting eyes on her Forge realises that she is his mate .Keeping her safe whilst trying to resolve his own issues becomes his whole world ........This book does not have the fast paced action of the previous books in the series , but the characters and the world-building make for an enjoyable read . I was given an arc of this book by the publisher and netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  • Lizzy Sunderhaus
    2018-10-03 04:31

    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 how the two characters overcame their issues with the help of one another. I do want to know more about the rest of the Nightfury members and how their mates were claimed. However, I would recommend starting the series from the beginning, since it was hard to keep all the different groups straight and the switching from different points of view was abrupt, especially when jumping to a political leader in another group.

  • Lynnette Copp
    2018-10-14 06:46

    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 who has worked with this type of problem before.I loved the main couples chemistry they complimented each other really well. I was happy with how they came to the HEA.I like how as each book arrives the males in this story are easing up on how much freedom to give their mates and are finding ways to help them carry on their previous lives.I also like how the bad guys are being switched and the previous antagonist is seeing the error of his ways. I do not think he will completely redeem himself yet but with the introduction of new bad guys I see a change in his relationship with the nightmares coming. I may be wrong so I may have to revisit this review at another time.All in all another great instalment to the series!

  • Heather Hughes
    2018-10-11 08:47

    Coreene has done it again. Fury of Surrender is an amazing chapter in the Dragonfury series. This time we get to learn about Forge, our favorites Scottish Nightfury and ooooooooo boy does he not disappoint. Your heart aches for the struggles he is working through and you can't help but root for him. The female lead, Hope, is wonderful and next to Angela and JJ, she's become one of my favorites. Her spine is wonderful and you're cheering for her the whole time. You can't help but get wrapped up in her background as well too. And a side note.... There is a lot of emotion and feelings wrapped around Ivar and once again Coreene has me wanting and cheering for him more and more. The book, as all her previous ones do, sucks you in and has you getting lost in the story and wishing that you were in Seattle and could find a dragon of your own.

  • Hsu Lee
    2018-09-24 06:37

    ARC - I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!A vital piece of information is buried in Forge's memories.The other Dragonfuries tried to resurface the memory w/ no success.It was hurting him more than anything,It was decided that a hypnotherapist would be brought into the lair to try to help Forge.Hope was not without her own demons.Could she have done anything to save her brother?Too many questions, but not enough answers.When they mean, the attraction is so powerful.They tried to resist, but resistance was futile.Soon enough, they succumbed to the attraction.Attraction turned into love. Awww.This was such a sweet story.

  • Pat
    2018-10-14 09:52

    Well worth the wait. There be dragons in Seattle and more are coming. Coreene had me sitting for hours reading this book. I had to go reread the previous to make sure I could fall right into place with this one. Surrender touches on the lives of several dragons as well as the human females. Ivar is in his glory. Gage becomes a father. Mac receives a new gift. And our guest of honor Forge receives more than he believed he is entitled to. Come join in on the adventure. You know the war between the Redskins and the Cowboys? Well, Coreene has the Razorbacks and the Nightfury. The coin has been tossed and the game is in play. If this is your first notice of this series, please go and start with Fury of Fire.