M.K. Eidem / Jan 28, 2020

Ynyr Ynyr was a third male and while he was a fit and worthy Warrior he had always known that no female would ever Join with him His mother s refusal to leave his manno had most looking down on his family

  • Title: Ynyr
  • Author: M.K. Eidem
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  • Page: 389
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  • Ynyr was a third male and while he was a fit and worthy Warrior, he had always known that no female would ever Join with him His mother s refusal to leave his manno had most looking down on his family He knew Ull would be able to overcome this because he was a first male and would one day be a Lord Maybe even Vali, since he was a second male but neither Ynyr nor his youYnyr was a third male and while he was a fit and worthy Warrior, he had always known that no female would ever Join with him His mother s refusal to leave his manno had most looking down on his family He knew Ull would be able to overcome this because he was a first male and would one day be a Lord Maybe even Vali, since he was a second male but neither Ynyr nor his younger brother Zev would ever be acceptable to a female The most they could hope for was to serve their House with honor That all changed with the arrival of the females from Earth.Abby s life had not been an easy one, especially after the death of her family when she had been sixteen but she had thought things were finally looking up She was a year away from achieving her dream of becoming a teacher and soon she would be making a difference in the lives of children others had given up on That all changed when she worked a double shift at the library to help a friend Ynyr and Abby come together in the most unusual of ways but that is just the beginning of the uniqueness of their relationship Together they must do something no other Lord and Lady have ever done, make their House the shining example the Emperor demanded it be, out of one that has been destroyed by deceit and evil Will the secrets left behind by Bertos and Risa tear them apart Or will it be Abby s own secrets and Ynyr s reaction to them that do

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    1. I knocked off a star for the fact that this is the third book and at least the 7th time the main female character was either raped or almost raped.(I might have forgotten a couple of them.) That's a little too much rape for comfort. I kind of liked these alien-dudes - they are Skittle-colored for goodness sakes! - but these guys are a bit rapey for me. Any time they get angry about anything a female does they feel like rape is the answer. You borrowed my stapler without asking? That's a raping. [...]

    2. Ugh. The cover!By the way, how did you guys mentally pronounce his name? I went with "Yan-Yur".This book was better than Wray, but still not as great as Grim.Also, people annoyed with editing issues should be warned that this book has similar editing issues seen in Grim.*** SPOILER WARNING *** I found the author re-using a lot of the plot devices from Grim: * Abby talking to the males under Ynyr's command and Ynyr being jealous. * Abby wanting to clean the mansion and re-decorate it. * Abby bein [...]

    3. 3.5 stars.Ynyr and Abby's love story is wonderful.I didn't understand why they get a book to be honest, I thought they already got their HEA in Grim?But since I love the previous books so much, I want to read Ynyr and Abby's story too.Well, this book while still an interesting read, the similarity with the previous books is too much for me.You know, those domestic problems, changing furniture, difficult staff who doesn't like changing etc, make it a bit boring:(Btw, how old these two is? Sigh.Th [...]

    4. I loved this story of Ynyr and Abby. We usually see books go from the beginning of their relationship and ends when they get married, but this is like the beginning starts at the end and we get to see what Happily Ever After is like and the issues after getting married.The end with Brice made me cry. *****Re-read again*****Last read on 2/24/2015I still love this book and again the last part of the book made me cry.

    5. Though being kidnapped and offered up as breeders to the most fit and worthy warriors on planet Torino, Lisa, and the other Earth women were able to successfully stop the Joining Ceremony by invoking a little known escape clause. They are now under the protection of King Grim until each woman decides on who THEY want to join with.One of the Earth women, Abby, feels she HAS met someone she can give her heart to and live with. Traditionally only the first born sons have been granted the honor to c [...]

    6. This book has me the most torn ratings-wise of any book in the series.I really enjoy this series. Have had a good time living in their universe and look forward to the next book.Ynyr was important because you learned a lot about history and maybe some foreshadowing of the future. So I highly recommend to anyone reading the series and planning to keep up with the books.Overall this book is kind of boring. There is so much meeting with warriors and cleaning/decorating the house that I can take. It [...]

    7. This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceYNYR is a story that brings together a couple that have only spoken and never seena story that takes us to the stars, to a world of alpha males that are strong but tender and heroines that are spirited and strong-willed and bring about change and rise above their circumstances. After reading Book One, Grim, I knew that I need to continue the series. Now I knowis is book three, but book three takes place right after book one, all the main n [...]

    8. I love the Tornian series and Ynyr is quite spectacular. I just wish the author would pay more attention to editing. All my respect goes to self publishing authors but I found the vocabulary errors and mis-spellings so distracting. It seemed a lot worse in this 3rd book which is disappointing since I was hoping the problem would improve.

    9. Well looks like the first book was the only Good one in this series. I'll still read the next one but this was awful. Yeah it's crappy sci fi but this book was bad crappy sci fi. No real story. Just the h ordering warriors around to move her furniture and decorate for her. Not kidding that was most of the story.

    10. 2.5/3 ✭This was my least favorite in this series. The women are becoming Mary Sue with a touch of superiority complex thrown in that's covered in girl power. I like a strong heroine as long as she doesn't diminish/disrespect those around her or busts balls just because she can. But Abbey and the previous heroines are falling into a category all their own they think human shit don't stink.Ynyr is a Mars needs women trope. I have nothing against this storyline it can be fun when done right. But [...]

    11. My least favorite in this series so far I was really looking forward to this book. I loved Grim, and liked Wray a lot. This one just didn’t have that same spark for me. It was ok, but nothing great. Here's my breakdown:The pros:* I adore Eidems writing style - it flowed well throughout* Loved Ynyr's character* I enjoyed getting some slight follow-ups with Grim and Wrays families* Fairly priced at its current listing of $3.99The cons:* The name YNYR - I even tired of seeing it - horrible chara [...]

    12. EntertainingIt was an enjoyable story. Both characters had a lot to overcome. They had to let go of the past to become the people they were meant to be

    13. I liked it. Abby is braver than she thinks. Ynyr is more blessed than he knows. This is a lot like Grim, where there is a lot of house cleaning to do. Lots of possessions to redistribute, and the inevitable bad guy to dispose of. But, I thought that the story line was different enough, and it was enjoyable.I thought there were a few loose ends that were not tied up, so I hope we come back to these two someday.

    14. 3 1/2So here we get Abby and Ynyr and what happens after the joining ceremony. They show up at their new home (castle) and are a bit over their heads with all that has to be done, along with retraining and weeding out the untrainable. Ynyr is struggling with all the accounts and warriors, while Abby is trying to make the castle a home. Like all the other novels Abby is immediately taken to by so many because of her tender ways and generous spirit. Pretty much like all the rest of the women so fa [...]

    15. 3.5 starsThis is one of those times where I really wish had half stars!! I really am having trouble deciding whether not not to round down to 3 or round up to 4. Well, in the meantime, here is my review:While there were many things I liked about Ynyr, I did have some issues. At this point, Grim and Grim Holiday were my absolute favorites, Wray was second, and this book, although it is better than Oryon, had a couple of problems: (1)The biggest problem for me was that I was bored. I would estima [...]

    16. Ynyr has unexpectedly been thrust in to a position of power, with his beloved new female, Abby at his side. But becoming a new Lord on a dangerous planet and seeing to the perplexing needs of an Earth female is full of different pitfalls he never saw coming. I have fallen in love with this series, in general I love any kind of sci-fi series especially when it involves disgustingly gorgeous aliens and a little bit of abduction, which is exactly what M.K. Eidem has given us. I am not sure what it [...]

    17. Uh, question? The hell you say Ynyr? Een-er? Whiner? Enyer? Anyways, I'm a fan of Eidem's sci-fi books. It's no different with this book :) I really like the world and character building. Really nothing to say except, if you like sci-fi romance, Eidem is a great author to try. I don't think it gets the recognition the other sci-fi romance books get and it's actually more thought out than they are. She focuses on the WORLD, the CONFLICT, the over-all PLOT more than just the budding romance betwee [...]

    18. The third book in the Tornians series by M.K. Eidem. After the betrayal and death of Bertos, Ynyr is chosen to take over Etrutia and earth woman, Abby Jamison selects him to Join with. Ynyr is reluctant to take Abby to Etrutia at first because he is aware of the danger she could be in until he gets his new house in order. But Abby wins out and they go together.This turned out to be a pretty good addition. I liked Abby and Ynyr and several of the secondary characters. It was a bit slow during the [...]

    19. Love this series!I was so happy this was waiting for me today from pre-order. I really enjoyed reading Abby and Ynyr's story. It was a little slow going at first with a few editing and spelling errors, but it quickly set a pace that had me reading till the end in one sitting. I loved that everyone popped in from the previous books. Right now I am not loving Ull, but I hope for better from him. Looking forward to the next in the series!

    20. I'm so happy with this book! It had everything I've come to expect from an M.K. Eidem book. It was intense, passionate and addicting. I loved how Abby came into her own and embraced her new life without forgetting the one she left behind. Also, Ynyr was such a strong character. His unwavering love and loyalty towards Abby was a pleasure to read. Looking forward to Ull's story. Hope this isn't the last we hear of Ynyr and Abby along with Grim and Lisa. Highly recommend.

    21. First I have to say that I really love these stories. That being said, the editing or should I say no editing, makes it really hard to read. I could be more forgiving of this if it was her first book, but it's not. I love the characters and the plots, but it SO distracting to have so many spelling, grammar and word mistakes. I don't see hardly any improvement since Grim. Please Please Please get yourself an editor!!

    22. So far my fav of this series is Wray. Ynyr seemed to be a mix of them both. He was hard and uncompromising at first like Grim but he figures it out sooner that you get way more with honey than vinegar. (love that he calls her hunajara. Which means honey! lol)

    23. Another great book by M k Eidem. Could not put it down. Higly enjoy this series. Eagerly awaiting the next book, please make it soon.

    24. First of all, I loved all the other books in this series so far. They would all get strong ratings from me any time and I've actually re-read Grim a few times (and that hardly ever happens with an erotic novel).So this explains why I had such high hopes for Ynyr, but I couldn't even get past 150 pages. The story was so inane, slow and stupid that I run out of words to describe it. WHY did the author annihilate the world I so love?1. The goody two shoes aspect. The fact that the characters in thi [...]

    25. **Spoilers**A fellow reviewer wrote:"This book was better than Wray, but still not as great as Grim." I agreeI liked Abby in the beginning but she quickly annoyed me.She was either crying one minute over a misunderstanding or she was snapping at someone.She kept stating that she and Ynyr needed to communicate since they were from different worlds but she constantly made snap judgements and decisions.There was one scene where her personality did a 180 change, it was similar to the movie the Exorc [...]

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