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Fury (New Species Book 1) Kindle Edition
Ellie is horrified to discover the pharmaceutical company she works for is doing illegal experiments. Company scientists have spliced human and animal DNA, creating exotic new species. One such “experiment” captures her heart and she’ll do anything to save him—even if he hates her for it.
Fury has never known compassion or love. He’s spent his life in a cell, chained and abused by humans. The one woman he allowed himself to trust betrayed him. Now he’s free and set on vengeance. He vows to end her life but when she’s finally in his grasp, harming her is the last thing he wants to do to the sexy little human.
Fury can’t resist Ellie—the touch of her hands, her mouth on his skin, her body wrapped around his. He’s obsessed with the scent of his woman. And Ellie wants Fury—always has. She craves his big, powerful body and wants to heal his desolate heart.
But loving Fury is one thing…taming him is another.
- ASIN : B01LTA6CTM
- Publisher : Laurann Dohner (7 September 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 4614 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 445 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 24,891 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Upon rereading I found it rather melodramatic and without the occasional moments of humour that I usually find in Dohner books.
That being said it's longer than I'd remembered and contains a lot of details that set up this series ("no one enjoys exposition").
I didn't like the 2 main characters as much as I did in my first read through, (Fury in particular seems rather 1 dimensional) but I definitely remembered Breeze and my liking of this character has increased with each book (so annoying she doesn't have her own book, I'm sure she's got something going with the head of the NSO's human team).
I'm not saying it's blah, just not as good as some of Dohner's other stuff (Book 2 & 3 are lots better). But I would recommend it if you plan on reading this series. Wouldn't say it's essential though. I read 2 and 3 before 1, but 1 does flesh out a lot of details that can become important as the series moves along
I'm a big "shifter" PNR genre fan and thought this may have been similar but other then having the animal characteristics and stronger human bodies etc they don't actually shift into the animal they have been fused with. All good as I haven't read anything quite like it before so all new for me.
Lots going on in this one, Fury and all the New species men are very dominate and sexy, I actually like hearing about the females also and how they are learning to live as free beings.
I liked Ellie, she certainly was a tough women and I loved how she defended Fury.
Lots of amazing secondary characters like Justice and Breeze who I hope have their own books. I've obviously came to this series late so get to enjoy reading them fairly quickly without the usual wait between books!!!
Overall a awesome start to the series and I look forward to the next one!
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However, it does become a bit mundane at times and rambled on a bit. At others times it was just plain boring. For example, once the new species had been rescued, they were taught old fashioned 1950s gender roles, with the males taking on the role of leader's and learning to train to become fighters. While the females were taught how to do boring domesticated chores like vacuuming, cleaning and cooking. It was annoying to read such old fashioned rubbish in a supposed new age book of this genre and one written by a female author to. Those scenes also made for boring reading like I said. It also lacks depth because it's really just set in the modern day world compared to other books in this genre which create a whole new dystopian world.
The price was my biggest hang-up. Its just too expensive. I have read similar and better books for free on kindle unlimited and many others I've purchased for half the price of this author's books. Although I did like the new species characters and would have liked continued to read their stories and find out if the plot developes, the books just aren't worth the price at £4.13 per book. £55 is way too much to have to pay to finish a series. So although I did enjoy this, it's not worth the price and I won't be continuing this series. So unfortunately I had to give it 3 stars because of the price and parts that were a little mundane.
This book is witty and entertaining but also takes the reader to a deeper emotional level, with raw, heartfelt scenes.
The characters Ellie and fury are vibrant, complex and meant to be together. They start off rocky, have lots of challenges. But it end with a happy ending.
the storyline is riveting and captivating to the point that you'll find yourself reading late into the night just to find out what happens next.
from the very first page and held me prisoner until the turn of the very last page!
So much more than I expected, hot, steamy, 18 plus. Includes violence & sex mature themes.
Ellie works for a drug company and is shocked at what she sees. She is particularly drawn to Fury (although early in the book, he is just a number) Fury brings out something in her, that she istn quite sure about, and she cant do anything about it. Fury is an experiment. He, along with all the others in the labs, has had their human DNA spliced with some animal DNA in an effort to breed super soldiers, and to develop new, highly illegal, drugs. Ellie spies, gets information out, and the New Species Order are freed, but not before Ellie betrays Fury, and he vows to get revenge.
I'm not saying any more along the plot line, except to say, its really good! Ellora's Cave published books tend to be rather wude, as a rule. This book, however, has sex, yes, super HOT sex, BUT BUT BUT not as much as other books by this publisher, and it did the book, or the tale no harm to be so.
I loved the way the New Species characters learn about life in the real world, the scene with the vacuum cleaner made me chuckle. Lots of wit in this book, and lots of heartache too. Some disturbing scenes involving attempted rape for both male and female characters, although not described in great detail, you know its there and almost happened. The way the human population, or rather the Anti NSO, deals with different beings, is accurate and telling of the world we live in.
The book is written from both Ellie and Fury's point of view, and Fury's rage is there, in great detail, and suffering, all the way through. But the way he overcomes that, and how Ellie deals with his drugging by a nutty nurse was super well written, and made me cry for him, and her, but mostly for Fury.
there are more books in this series, and THEY have been already added to my list :-)