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Thursday, May 5, 2016

4/5 Review: ORYON by M.K. Eidem



Oryon is the next instalment in the Tornians Series by MD Eidem, It's a novella, but still gives a very strong storyline full of love, hate, angst, loyalty and betrayal.  I believe this book sets the scene for more books to come and I can't wait!

The story is set around the return home to Betelgeuse that Oryon is Lord over.  A lot has changed in their world over the previous few weeks with other dominant males of their linage, finding suitable partners from the distant planet of Earth.

Isis, who is Oryon's lady has grown with confidence, and now wants the freedom that her newly found earth female friends have.  Oryon realizes that this is what it means to have a full relationship, and gladly accepts that things have changed and they start to change Betelgeuse to a more welcoming place.

Although this story focuses on an older couple that usually would be skipped to the younger generation, I felt that showing the background of one of the more unusual older couples was great. It also shows the males and females reaction to each other, and also showing a glimpse of what could possibly be the future instalments to the series.