Fury - Alison Ryan


By Alison Ryan

  • Release Date: 2016-11-02
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4.5
From 30 Ratings


I was born to win.

I’m Logan Lowery, a rising star soccer player for the US Women’s National Team. I’ve got my whole life set… Or at least, I thought I did. Life has been a series of things always falling into place for me, after all.

Until one day they don’t. 

Just as my Olympic dreams are within reaching distance, a devastating turn of events hits me hard.

And then a serendipitous run-in with Solomon Kano hits me harder.

He’s just your typical Fijian god of a man. He’s 6’3 with a body built for two things: judo and me. 

He has Olympic ambitions of his own and a tragic past that he won't share. That's fine with me - he's not the only one who has secrets and a heart to guard.

I was always taught you don’t play a hand unless you’re sure you can win it. But maybe it's time to break the rules.

Because if anyone's worth the risk... It's him.

This is a full-length, standalone, sports romance, with NO CLIFFHANGER

WARNING: FURY is a sports romance that packs major heat along with major emotional turns. It's not for the faint of heart. You'll cry, you'll laugh, you'll cry again, and you'll get a satisfying HEA. (And did I mention the sex? Because its the Olympics... And what they say about the Village? It's totally true.)


  • Great story!

    By lynnecuda
    I voluntarily reviewed this book. This is the first book I've read by this author but it surely won't be the last. She grabs you in the first chapter, setting the stage for the rest of them book. I was in Brazil, watching the Olympics, not in Rio, but on Brazilian TV where it was non-stop coverage all day every day. It's nothing like we get in the States. So reading about the Olympics in this book immersed me again in that thrill. I felt for Logan and Solomon. Their triumphs and losses. Happiness and sadness. Love brought them together, across cultures. Great story.
  • Fury

    By Sandie Parsons
    I was given an advanced readers copy of this book for an honest review. I think the title is misleading. This book is about family, love, honor and loyalty. It's not just a love story between Logan and Solomon it's the love of parent for a child and the child honoring that love. These two young people make a commitment make it to Rio Logan to honor her dad and Solomon to honor his country to be the first to win a medal. Their love becomes their strenght. The fury is their will to suceed. The author provided a very indepth character development. Very good book.
  • Seize the Moment

    By MWoleny
    During the first few Solomon chapters, I had a hard time figuring where this was going and once it did, I couldn't stop the tears. There is so much raw emotion in this storyline and the characters so easy to love. Logan is so full of fire in her passion for soccer and her family. Meeting Solomon at Xavier University helps to fill in any missing pieces of her life and the same goes for how Solomon feels about her. They strive for excellence and excel in their respective sports. What a fabulous book to go along with the timing of 2016 Olympics in Rio! Recommended read!
  • I recommend Fury

    By Ang 0910
    I received this book as an ARC for a honest review. Thus book had me crying,laughing,feeling angry for the tragedy that happened to Solomon and Logan. This book had all my emotions going all willy nilly!! Totally recommend this book. For someone who doesn't watch the Olympics and after reading this definitely gonna watch them now. Fury had a great story line and I loved every minute of it. When Logan and Solomon have the eye on the prize anything is possible
  • Awesome Book.

    By Cole3158
    Out of tragedy comes triumph. Alison Ryan does it again with great characters and heart warming storylines. A must read!!