Fury by Elaina Jadin and Marie Robinson

Fury by Elaina Jadin and Marie Robinson

Blackfang Barons Book 2

Romance, Dark Romance, Reverse Harem, Paranormal Romance

Steam Level: Hot


Rating: 4 out of 5.


Captured. Tormented. Haunted.
Everything has been torn from me, including the men I’d begun to trust with my heart.

Kade, whose fiery brutality gave my rage an outlet. Bishop, whose twisted mind uncovered my deepest truth. And Draven, whose ruthless control offered me safe refuge.

Only, I discovered they aren’t men at all.

They’re monsters.

Now I’m trapped in hell under lock and key, terrorized by the creatures of my nightmares, and forced to fight through excruciating pain for every breath.

But I’m tougher than they know. More determined than they realize.
And more cunning than all of them.

— — —

She was stolen from us, taken by our enemies.
They think they’ve weakened us. Instead, they’ve unleashed the beasts.

We swore to destroy anyone who dared to come between us, and we’ll stop at nothing to uphold that promise. The path to her will be painted in Latian blood.

No mercy. No hesitation.

She knows we’re the very creatures that haunt her. She’ll never forgive us for bringing her into this dark world. She’ll never crave the mark of our wolves, or embrace our savage nature.

But when it comes to our little Fawn… there’s no choice.

She’s ours.

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Fury picks up just about right after Fawn, so the cliffhanger is cleared up pretty quickly. The beginning of the book is pretty dark, but it lightens up. Fury is not nearly as dark as Fawn, at least not, in my opinion.

While Fawn told a lot of Jemma’s background, Fury starts to explore the guys’ background, especially Bishop’s and Draven’s. Kade’s background is hinted at, but we don’t learn anything.

We learn a lot more about the guys due to the increase of their POV chapters. There are many more in this book which I really enjoyed. They were also very well written, and I had no trouble discerning whose POV the chapter was being told from. It also gave you insight into how they feel about Jemma, and though, for the most part, it is pretty clear the affirmation helped.

From a story perspective, this book did seem a little like a filler. The beginning is eventful, but this book was more about character development than story development. Not to say that I didn’t enjoy it, but if you’re looking for a lot of forward plot progression, you may be disappointed.

I can’t wait for the next book to come out. While this book didn’t end on quite the cliffhanger that the first one did, there are many unanswered questions.




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