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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. A chance meeting heralds the convergence of two chacne wildly divergent fates. From the moment he laid eyes on the handsome Lord of Ilmaren, Naeth Orosse fell head over heels in infatuation with him. And after that first meeting in the middle of a tavern brawl in the dual-gendered realm of Ylandre, Reijir Arthanna did not forget the orphaned youth who came to his aid un A chance meeting heralds the convergence of two heretofore wildly divergent fates.
And after that first meeting in the middle of a tavern brawl in the dual-gendered realm of Ylandre, Reijir Arthanna did not ereese the orphaned youth who came to his aid unasked.
A less than benevolent past has left its imprint on Reijir who is as known for his cynical outlook on life as he is for his exotic features and proficiency between the sheets. Convincing yb to risk his heart in love is a battle more experienced Deira than Naeth have waged and invariably lost.
Contains hermaphrodism and explicit homoerotic sexual encounters. Chronicles of Ylandre 3. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about By Chance Metplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Oct 03, Pamela Su rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have a confession to make. When a story is done well, I have a weakness for too-stupid-to-live characters. Boy, do I love this story.
Naeth is a naive, blinkers-on young man who sees absolutely no wrong in his hero, Reijir. Meanwhile, the rest of the readers are probably going “Dude! I loved seeing Naeth follow Reijir around like an adoring pupp Ok. I loved seeing Naeth follow Reijir around chanxe an adoring puppy chasing the bacon treat in Reijir’s pants. I loved seeing the stoic and aloof Reijir try to restrain his passions when faced with such sweetly worshipful, unconditional love.
So many infuriating yet glorious misunderstandings and miscommunications.
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It was happening almost every other chapter! If you hate the big misunderstandings trope and a somewhat cruel, utterly boneheaded alpha male hero, this book may not appeal to you. But if you’re like me, eresse may end up loving the crap out of this.
Nov 21, Edina Rose rated it it was amazing Shelves: Moving Men-Pregnancy story – The main charactersReijir chsnce Naeth, are well crafted, three dimensional characters. Both have a very painful past, are imperfect and make huge mistakes. But they also stand out as amazing men, Naeth with his pure heart and innocence, and Rei who is a member of the “royal” family with his ethics and his total lack of snobbery in a hierarchical class society.
When they start having feelings for each other Rei is an authority figure for Naeth who is still underage Moving Men-Pregnancy story – The main charactersReijir and Rresse, are well crafted, three dimensional characters.
When they start having feelings for each other Rei is an authority figure for Naeth who is still chhance at 24 yr old! The majority is 30! They must all have the bluest balls over there. But no worries, they don’t get down and dirty before Naeth reaches mt majority. Their relationship, their feelings, their commitment grow steadily, nothing is rushed. They don’t jump to sex quickly, but when they start, they burn the sheets! The sex was hot but I shook my head at their stamina; it was euh And there is something Rei did, or more accurately, didn’t do, that I didn’t understand; it caused too much pain and I still don’t know why he didn’t do it.
Read the view spoiler [ once Rei knew Naeth was a baronet’s grandson, why didn’t he ask Naeth to marry him? What was stopping him? A baronet may not be a social match for a member of the ruling family, but he is still part cuance the titled gentry, and anyway, in book 1 Rohyr, the ruler of the kingdom, got married to a commoner, making it socially acceptable for other members of the upper class to do so.
So I’m going to ask again: WTF was stopping Rei? So much pain could have been avoided! Rei has a big and loving family. Some of its members are in love and settled like Rohyrsome still in couple but struggling, some single and gorgeous. More stories to come, I hope! My fav secondary character was Kei, Rei’s big brother. Kei is definitely on the effeminate and omega side. He is also a flaming queen, unconventional and just freaking adorable! He is also caring and the best brother Rei could hope for.
I just loved him! The way the reproductive organs of these dual-gendered people are arranged on the body. They are arranged in a discreet way, you would never guess where is the feminine part! Even effeminate Kei is quite the man. There are MANY, some happy, some sad, but always beautiful. I was moved by this book. It was Rei’s first tentative commitment to Naeth.
It was moving, though as a commitment, it was not enough. The whole series is highly recommended! View all 3 comments. Mar 18, Kazza rated it it was amazing Shelves: Another great installment in the Chronicles of Ylandre. I’ve read all three released thus far and all three have been worth every star of the 5 star rating s. Naeth worked at a rough tavern after having tragically lost his family in a house fire. He really was rewarded for unselfishly helping out visiting True Bloods at the tavern when a brawl erupted and some foul play was at hand.
His life at the tavern was rather Cinderella-ish as the owners’ partner certainly acted like an evil step mother Another great installment in the Chronicles of Ylandre. His life at the tavern was rather Cinderella-ish as the owners’ partner certainly ny like an evil step mother although technically not. Reijir, the high ranking visitor he helped out, came in and offered him his metaphorical glass slipper as his ward, as well as salvation from a near horrific experience.
As a character Naeth was naieve, sweet, old fashioned, level headed and unselfish in his demeanor and behaviour. He was such a girl but, to be honest, I loved him for it, it suited the book and it suited his partner Reijir.
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He’s a runner when things get tough but I could not blame him as Reijir could be quite perplexing. Reijir has inherited the title of the Herun of Ilmaren, in spite of the fact that he was the younger brother. He is also a cousin of Rohyr Essendri the Ruler of Ylandre. His cruel Aba was violent towards all in his household, including his sons, and beyond.
He set Reijir up in this role to cause derision amongst the brothers, Reijir and Keiran, even after his cbance. It was a testament to them and their other parent that the brothers deeply loved one another. That is until Naeth comes along and eresxe away at his walled up heart. This book was more character and angst driven than plot driven but, for me, lost no points as I really enjoyed it for that very reason.
It so suited the characters and it allowed the sexual heat to be ratcheted up several notches. It was steamy and it was smoking hot.
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By Chance Met was an unabashed bodice ripping romance, as Naeth needed hand holding and rescuing, and Reijir was the rescuer, brooding and sexually demanding. There were clearly delineated male and female roles within the two main characters. Actually House Ilmaren ended up with two manly men and two more effeminate men. Definitely some yin and yang going on. Don’t get me wrong, it was not just a romance book, there was still great fantasy components to this book as well, it was well rounded with further world building.
There is also the bonus of terrific characters, who share a wonderful camaraderie as well as a close lineage. All the characters are interesting and seem like ‘kith and kin’ as you read.
I, too, loved Reijir’s brother, Keiran, and his lover Ruomi. Keiran was flamboyant, sure and bawdy. Ruomi, his actual household adjutant, was devoted and always there to carry Keiran off to bed of a night. As with all of these books much more could be put in the review but it’s more pleasurable to unfold the events as you read.
There is an extended glossary at the end with geography and character descriptions thrown in, which I read with relish.