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Orlin didn't know when he put himself up for sale that he would be responsible for changing a kingdom.Broke and homeless, Orlin puts himself up for sale as a pet. Approached by his new Master, Orlin decides maybe being owned by a gorgeous king wouldn't be fate worse than death. He doesn't expect to become the one person who changes the views of an entire kingdom...or to beOrlin didn't know when he put himself up for sale that he would be responsible for changing a kingdom.Broke and homeless, Orlin puts himself up for sale as a pet. Approached by his new Master, Orlin decides maybe being owned by a gorgeous king wouldn't be fate worse than death. He doesn't expect to become the one person who changes the views of an entire kingdom...or to be more than a lover for the man who buys him. At first sight of the sexy oiled sub, Aester Fall knows he's not leaving until Orlin belongs to him. He might be hanging on to his kingdom by his fingernails but he knows some things are worth the fight. When he returns home with Orlin, he learns his new pet might not be as pet-like as he first appeared. Neither man expects to change the fate of a world much less two of them."...

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Orlin's Fall Reviews

  • Breann
    2019-03-29 15:58

    Orlin is in search of a sugar daddy. His parent's are gone and he's broke. So he puts himself up for sale and ends up purchased by a king.This one started up much more promising than the first. Orlin is a strong character and I liked the guy. Even though he's now a slave, he still stood up for himself. And Aester allowed this because he was so taken by his new pet.

  • Susan
    2019-03-24 19:38

    3.25 starsSuch a great premise, but not the best execution.This book has it all, a beautiful, untouched submissive, a tender, gorgeous king, a little magic and of course insta-love!There were parts I liked, but overall it felt VERY rushed. If this author would just take a little more time, things would have been so much better.But I still enjoyed it. And I will read the next in the series.

  • Serena Yates
    2019-04-17 19:37

    This second book in the series continues the trend of mated royals. This time a poor prince needs to sell himself so he can survive. He doesn’t expect to gain his magical abilities, which is only supposed to happen when he finds his mate. The surprise when he not only discovers his talent but also has the ‘king tattoo’ is significant and the fact his new master doesn’t even believe in magic promises a lot of fun right from the start.Orlin discovers he is more self-sufficient than he believes. He doesn’t even know how to behave as a pet, and I laughed at his tentative attempts; no real Master would have believed him either. He tends to overreact and get himself into more trouble than should be possible, but that makes for a very entertaining read.Aester, the king who hopes to find his mate when he buys Orlin, doesn’t quite know what to think of his new pet. He is also rather trusting, and has no idea what really goes on in his own palace. Thankfully, Orlin’s adventures, as much as they upset him, also lead to some realizations for Aester. This really is a case of the two mates needing each other more than they thought.The series tagline: “Being strong doesn’t mean you don’t need anyone.” goes into a slight variation here. The best way to describe this story is “Being a born ruler doesn’t mean you don’t need anyone.” There is no real BDSM here, even though Aester tries to act like a dominant, he longs for an equal partner. If you’re looking for a light read, a few laughs, and a touch of magic, you will probably like this book.NOTE: This book was provided by Pride Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • Serena Yates
    2019-04-04 18:56

    This second book in the series continues the trend of mated royals. This time a poor prince needs to sell himself so he can survive. He doesn’t expect to gain his magical abilities, which is only supposed to happen when he finds his mate. The surprise when he not only discovers his talent but also has the ‘king tattoo’ is significant and the fact his new master doesn’t even believe in magic promises a lot of fun right from the start.Orlin discovers he is more self-sufficient than he believes. He doesn’t even know how to behave as a pet, and I laughed at his tentative attempts; no real Master would have believed him either. He tends to overreact and get himself into more trouble than should be possible, but that makes for a very entertaining read.Aester, the king who hopes to find his mate when he buys Orlin, doesn’t quite know what to think of his new pet. He is also rather trusting, and has no idea what really goes on in his own palace. Thankfully, Orlin’s adventures, as much as they upset him, also lead to some realizations for Aester. This really is a case of the two mates needing each other more than they thought.The series tagline: “Being strong doesn’t mean you don’t need anyone.” goes into a slight variation here. The best way to describe this story is “Being a born ruler doesn’t mean you don’t need anyone.” There is no real BDSM here, even though Aester tries to act like a dominant, he longs for an equal partner. If you’re looking for a light read, a few laughs, and a touch of magic, you will probably like this book.NOTE: This book was provided by Total-E-Bound for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • Steph
    2019-04-10 16:56

    Orlin's Fall, the second book in Kell's Planetary Submissives series, introduces us to Orlin. Unlike Chalice, in Chalice, Orlin puts himself up for sale as a pet because he is broke. Left with no money and few practical skills, Orlin was going with a time-honored beautiful-people tradition ... and catching himself a sugar daddy. According to house rules, all but ten percent of the money raised in his auction went to Orlin after five years of service. And, he should be worth a pretty penny because he's also a virgin. Although, this is only the case because "the men in his family gained their magical abilities after sex with their mates for the first time."King Aester Fall and his two brothers, Pael and Baelin, are at the auction to find Aester a pet and quick. Seems he's risking the factions declaring him an unfit ruler, even thought he's only taken the reigns of his father's monarchy just three months ago. Planetary law clearly stated that a king needed a pet in order to properly rule. A man who couldn't see to his bodily needs wasn't ready to rule a kingdom. Neither Pael or Baelin want to rule, so here he was looking for a pet. He was sure this was not the place to find a life partner until Orlin comes onto the stage. When he sees him he knows he must have him. And, it only cost him ten million credits.As with Chalice, I was impressed with the skillful character and world building Amber was able to accomplish in such a short amount of space. I really wish this one had been a bit longer. I wasn't ready for their story to end. I was very happy to realize that book 3, Zall's Captain, not only features a character I liked from Chalice but is also due out later this month. I look forward to reading more about Kell's Planetary Submissives.

  • Mary
    2019-04-08 21:39

    2.5

  • Scarlet Montana Malcom Munroe
    2019-04-15 15:35

    Awesome!Despite being short and quick-to-love characters this series is amazing. The characters are easy to love and fun. I wish there was more build up but still worth the read 8/10

  • Stephany
    2019-03-28 17:01

    3.0

  • The Novel Approach Reviews
    2019-04-09 00:05

    Immediately after finishing the first book in this series, Chalice, I jumped into this one, and I was pleasantly surprised. Not only did I like it more, but it was different from the first in interesting ways. Not only are new characters introduced, but different species as well. The BDSM again is light, though there are some elements within the novel. There is also a bit of magic as well, but it manifests in different ways, which blends fantasy into this sci-fi universe in a unique way.After Orlin’s parents die, he decides to sell himself as a pet. Though he knows his Master will likely not be what he wants, the prospect of a high payout at the end of his contract is enticing to him because he’s lost everything. But when Aester—a king—buys him, he gets much more than he bargained for. And as his luck would have it, the first time he has sex with Aester, his magical powers finally manifest, and he’s horrified by what it means.Unlike Chalice, Orlin does not have his powers yet. He’s also nowhere near as strong, though his magic is important once it is revealed. I won’t say what it is, as that will ruin a huge part of the story, but once it was revealed I wanted to see how it would play out, and how Aester would react to it. Orlin, like Chalice, is a great character, and I enjoyed reading about him. I felt for him, having lost everything, and I wanted him to be happy. Aester is infinitely more likeable as a Master than Terrin was in the first book. He worships the ground Orlin walks on—or would walk on if pets were allowed to walk—and genuinely cares for the man he feels is his fated mate. I also enjoyed the humorous banter between Aester and his two brothers. It was a relief to read a book about three royal siblings who aren’t at each other’s throats for the crown.There were many amusing parts of the book, and several where I outright laughed out loud. When Aester first sees Orlin at the auction, he is stunned by his beauty. And his reaction after taking it in is to immediately slam his hand on the buzzer without consulting his brothers…just as every other male in the place does. And thus begins a bidding war. The way in which the author wrote the scene added just enough humor to make what could be an awkward subject more bearable.I must warn readers that there is a near rape scene in the book, and the suggestion of others, so if this bothers you too much, this book might not be for you. However, it does not continue for very long and all is okay. That said, though it is the second book in a series, I feel you don’t absolutely need to read the first one before this, as the characters are different, but the first is good and short enough that you could easily read both in a day if you are a faster fast reader.Reviewed by Jennifer for The Novel Approachhttp://www.thenovelapproachreviews.co...

  • Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
    2019-04-11 15:55

    3 1/2 HeartsReview first posted at MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.co...Orlin sells himself at auction as a pet after his parents die and he is left with nothing. Orlin hopes that life, as a pet, won’t be too bad and after his term of service, he will have the money he needs to start a new life. But, he never expected to be sold to his mate. Aester follows the advice of the seer and goes to the auction where Orlin is on the auction block. The first look he gets of Orlin and he knows he is the one, now he just has to keep him safe.A cute little novella that provides great entertainment. Orlin has had a lot to cope with, his parents died and left behind huge debts, his extended royal family won’t help him out so he does the only thing that he can think of… he becomes a pet, a nice name for a submission love slave. Orlin isn’t really suited to be a pet, because although he is slightly submissive he has his own way of doing things. That and the whole “fifth in line for the throne” thing, that has given him royal training since birth. Aester is new to his throne and set on doing everything the law says, but his pet is disrupting everything by how he acts; insisting on *gasp* walking and translating with cat people. Before long, it brings Orlin to the attention of Aester’s uncle.This is an enjoyable light read that is well written. I liked the way that Orlin got into trouble without even trying and that it brought to light to Aester the problems in his Kingdom that he never suspected. And also unearths some unsavory people, who would do him harm. I would have liked to know more about Orlin’s powers as they developed, but it was only a novella ;-) . Aester is a strong character, but he wanted an equal that he could spoil and while Orlin is a submissive he can hold his own and be a strong support to the right man.You know, I love this series because we have strong characters that are either dominate or submissive but each will have a strong core and they need a partner who is their equal, but also the perfect match to their own personality. I also like the way Amber Kell has written this in the way that although they are Doms and subs, it isn’t in the way that BDSM is usually portrayed. It is more like, their natural personalities have one partner who is slightly more Dominate than the other.So, if you enjoy science fiction, hot sex, magic and slight danger, hot men, slight D/s relationships and a happy ever after then I have to recommend this to you.

  • Emily
    2019-03-23 18:38

    I love this series. I love the idea of it, the new universe, love, love, love it. That being said, these books need to be longer. As I wrote on my review of the first book, the story suffers due to its shorter length. So much happens in so little time that I feel disconnected from the story. I feel like I got just the bare bones of the story, not the fleshed out version I wanted. There are all these conspiracies and plot twists and by the end of the book, I was left feeling lost, like I missed a few chapters. The characters were barely fleshed out and seemed more one-dimensional to me and by the end of the book, I was wondering; why does all this happen? Is there a point to this? It started feeling like the author was only throwing in gratuitous scenes and adventures to make the book seem cooler. Big stuff that seemed like a huge obstacle? Resolved in 4 or 5 pages. Big conspiracy? We find the leader and imprison him and that solves everything. Now don't get me wrong, I love Amber Kell and her books, but I felt like this one wasn't up to par with others. And if she did like what she did with the Moon Pack series, where each book has a new couple but still mentions previous couples and has a running problem/solution, maybe it would work better. But even then, this series isn't entirely set up to work like that. I would love to see her expand this book and take more time to set scenes up and to resolve them. I wish we could get a better look at the characters, their back stories, how they think, etc. This book could have been a 4 or 5 star book but it didn't deliver. I hope that the third book is better because I do love this series. It's innovative, different, and fun. I would recommend this to anyone who thinks they would like it or to any Amber fans because while it's not the best, it's still a fun short read.

  • Sarina
    2019-04-13 19:44

    Review written for Love Bytes Reviews.When Orlin’s parents die leaving him destitute, he figures the only hope he has is to put himself up for sale as a pet. The plus side is that he’ll gain enough money to be set but the downside is that he’ll have to spend five years effectively belonging to someone else. With nothing else to lose, however, things can only go up, right? Aester has never wanted to own a pet but per the laws of his kingdom he has no choice. Its lust at first sight when he see’s Orlin but it isn’t long before he decides he doesn’t just want Orlin for five years but forever. The death of the ruling family on Orlin’s home planet changes things, however, and he may not have a choice about letting Orlin go.This book moves along the same lines as the previous one in that it was a quick, easy read with a fast romance. I actually liked Orlin’s character; he did what he had to do to survive but he wasn’t afraid to fight for things that he wanted regardless of what other people said. I wish I’d been able to get to know Aester more but he seemed like a decent character, as well. What I didn’t really see was the “ He doesn’t expect to become the one person who changes the views of an entire kingdom” or the “Neither man expects to change the fate of a world much less two of them.” parts of the blurb. What does happen in the book just doesn’t seem to fit either of those parts to me though maybe someone else would see it differently. I really just wanted more from this book; it just seemed like the set up was there but the follow through was lacking. It was still a nice diversion in between doing other things but I would’ve liked it if more had happened.

  • Aղցela W.
    2019-04-11 19:36

    Spoiler Ahead This was a short quick read that I liked. Orlin puts himself up for sale as a pet when his parents died and left him broke and homeless. King Aester needs a pet although he doesn't really want one he knows that if he doesn't take one the people under his rule will try to take his kingdom. When Aester first sees Orlin and he knows that he is the one for him. Orlin doesn't know what to expect from his new master he is a virgin with a few secrets if he finds his mate and have sex he will come into his powers. This was a really good book when the king first had sex with his new pet Orlin power comes after and he is not sure that the king believes him and even worse he has a tattoo on his foot that means that he is the king of his planet. When the doctor tries to rape him Orlin defends himself and runs away. While in town Orlin helps a cat lady when a thief steals her purse it is here that the king learns that Orlin speaks many languages knows that it is more to Orlin story about his past. This was a really good book that I wish was longer. This book was well written like all of Ms. Kell's books with no errors in grammar or spelling. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

  • Molly Lolly
    2019-04-05 18:45

    Original review on Molly LollyThree and a half stars!I had higher expectations for the story. I wanted a little bit more explanation and development of the world Orlin and Aester are from. I really liked Orlin and his need to make things better for those around him. Aester was wonderful in how he cared for Orlin. The best line in the whole book was “Please… Pretty please, Aester, with naked men on top.” I was cracking up so hard there! There were a few plot lines that didn’t really get resolved by the end of the story but they also weren’t overly developed either. This made it hard to tell if they were important. I so want to read more about these two and how they handle ruling two planets together. You could feel their emotions and how deeply they felt for each other. I liked Aester’s brothers. I want to see them get their own happy ending. But the character I enjoyed the most was Styr. You could tell he took his job of guard seriously and cared for Orlin’s well being. I really want him to get a happy ending.

  • Phaney
    2019-04-18 20:01

    2015 Re-read:Cute! And such a contrast to the first volume.Here Orlin is the sneaky one, while Aester’s a deeply good man, honourable and kind and all that nice stuff. The switch is almost disorienting. XDMore action in this one as well. Maybe more mush? I don’t know.I do know my amusement was not as intense with this volume, but still this proved to be a nice, quick read.2012 Review:Awww. This was so cute and funny that I want to cuddle it. Granted, it wasn’t high literature or even medium-level, but I enjoyed the hell out of it and that makes it so much better to me.Here we had kind-hearted good guys with impeccable morals on the one side, and one-dimensional, evil villains on the other. Such fun! :DI also snatched a quotation because it does not rely on any context and made me laugh out loud when I came across it.His father had had the ability to control fire and his mother the power to talk to animals. With Orlin’s luck, his talent would be setting animals on fire.

  • Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)
    2019-04-18 21:52

    This is the second book in the Planetary Submissives series which I am thoroughly enjoying. Although this is classed as BDSM, it doesn't really tick that box for me, although that is not a bad thing. Some of the funniest parts of the book are when Orlin is trying to be a 'proper' pet although he has no idea what that entails. Aester also doesn't really want a pet but an equal, and this is definitely a good thing, because that's what he gets with Orlin.There is an amazing amount of world and character building within this short novella, more than enough to satisfy. There were no grammatical errors in here that I noticed. I loved the ending of this book and am looking forward to the next book in the series - Zall's Captain - which features a character from book 1.Definitely recommended if you want a hint of BDSM, sweet yet sexy sci-fi romance.* I received this book from Pride Publishing in return for a fair and honest review. *MerissaArchaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

  • Rachael Orman
    2019-03-23 21:54

    5 StarsThis was a nice addition to the series and could probably read as a standalone although I think it would be best to read the first book before so you know who some of the characters who come around are. I felt so bad for Orlin at first as he tried to handle his fall from someone who ordered people around to someone being ordered around. However, I loved the way Aester handled him. This is a really great story even though it is short there is a lot crammed in there, but not too much so that it doesn't work. I really liked all the characters and the plot. A really great story. I received a free copy of this book to read for Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.

  • Stefanie139
    2019-04-19 16:50

    This book just didn't work for me. Unlike the other reviewers, I found the style mediocre at best, aside from Orlin the characters were one-dimensional, and the story was contrived. I liked that Orlin wasn't the typical damsell-in-distress, but the rest was just flat. The bad guys are stupid (and ugly), the good guys are gorgeous (some of them are stupid, too, but that's not my point). At one point I laughed out loud when SPOILER conveniently the whole royal family was murdered and Orin suddenly next in line for the throne ("anybody with a claim, go to the castle"). Sorry, no.

  • Jo * Smut-Dickted *
    2019-03-24 23:51

    A book with a lot of promise but doesn't really deliver strongly enough. It is too surface. I loved the idea - and what is hotter than a man who has to sell himself as a slave even though he might be a King due to poverty? And a King buys him? Hot damn! However here the characters just don't have enough substance. The plot (and it is good) doesn't get fleshed out enough to make it fascinating. I enjoyed the first book in the series and actually this was the one I really wanted to read. Too much fluff - and so little angst. Cover is gorgeous!

  • Ale Rivero
    2019-04-13 21:01

    Esta historia es más que dramática, y todo gracias al hermoso *nótese el tono sarcástico* tío del protagonista, aún me sorprenden un poco cuando aparecen personajes tan viles.Orlin y Aester hacen una pareja perfecta, y me encanta como Aester mima a cada instante a su amante. Al final, conociendo el origen de Orlin y lo que se espera de él creo que es cuando más se observa el amor entre ambos, porque se enfrentan al futuro unidos.Creo que Amber ha creado un mundo bastante interesante con todas sus razas, costumbres y planetas. Recomendable.

  • Anna May
    2019-03-22 22:54

    Excellent writing like always. She does know how to play with words. Plot wise: predicable. Entertaining enough for an easy read but there were no twists and turns, no conflict between the two main lovers, nothing to really engage me at all.Otherwise, I would mark it an easy way to pass the time. I did enjoy it; loved curling up with it after a long day at work and it was definitly a better way to spend my time than listen to my actual lecture! LOLWrite more, please. :)

  • Diane
    2019-03-21 18:56

    i liked this one even better than the first book, mostly because Orlin broke my heart in the first chapter!Both lead characters had such heart, and although they were looking for the same thing, they did not know that at the beginning because they were so cautious with each other, not sure who to trust and afraid to get hurt!Great story, great series!

  • Lorraine
    2019-03-22 16:42

    3.5 stars.I enjoyed the plot of this book, but for me the Chemistry was lacking between Orlin and Aester. I was waiting either for a ménage with the other brothers or one of the others to claim Orlin, I couldn't quite believe the romance and love and lust in their relationship.I enjoyed the ending, but couldn't be convinced they would have a HEA

  • Mandy Beyers
    2019-04-19 18:47

    3.5 stars - I thoroughly enjoyed this story about a penniless royal looking for a "sugar daddy" and the young king looking for a pet to fulfill his country's requirements. Because of the length of the story, the romance and suspense story lines both wrapped quickly, but it was still a fun read by one of my favorite authors.

  • Rachel
    2019-03-30 19:43

    Second in the series; this story isn't related to the first; Orlin decides to put himself up for sale because he is broke.Another quick read with enjoyable characters, with very light BDSM. My problem with this series after reading the first two books is the length; I really feel that the story and characters could be fleshed out some more.

  • Wax
    2019-03-19 15:48

    Short, no-angst master/slave read about a King who purchases a slave or "pet" as they are called in this world, not knowing who he is. Of course the pet turns out to be extraordinarily beautiful, talented, and has a huge secret. I did like the story overall but it could have been more fleshed out.

  • Neira_yen
    2019-04-02 22:53

    The second book of Planetary Submissives Series. It's obviously better than the first. Still a bit too short but warped up nicely.Gotta love the three princes. They're funny and totally loveable. Orlin is also smart.This book worth 4 stars.

  • Da'ad
    2019-04-06 23:43

    Meh. Though the idea was nice and all. Even the characters were likeable. It could have been so much more, but I guess it was too short to really allow much plot or character development. Still...cute.

  • Shannon
    2019-04-09 17:04

    Another enjoyable read in this series. It was a little short but I loved the story line to this one as much a the first one, maybe more. I don't know why but I fell in love with Orlin and Aester and while I wanted more this was still a great read.

  • Whitelily_azn
    2019-03-28 16:01

    I love the story but it was too short.