Rating: 4 stars out of 5
I was born a dragon rider. A member of the Brotherhood of Ormarr, son of Cadmar, and the eldest of four sons. I was raised to defend the innocent and protect the secret of the dragons, but when I was eighteen, my parents were brutally murdered and the training and care of my brothers fell to me. My entire adult life has been spent helping my brothers grow into the strong, brave dragon riders they were born to be. Now that the youngest of my brothers is close to adulthood, the last thing I need is someone else to worry about—someone else to be responsible for. If only the handsome doctor fate had chosen for my mate wasn’t so perfect for me.
AlI I ever wanted was to help people, that’s why I became a doctor, but I quickly learned that modern medicine was more about the all-mighty dollar and less about saving lives. It wasn’t long before I was doubting my life choices. A vacation to the ocean was supposed to leave me refreshed and ready to get back to work, but instead, I found myself pulled into a world I never knew existed. A world where dragons are real, men fight like medieval warriors, and my soulmate has his very own bat cave. Azaran thinks the last thing he needs is a mate to worry about. Good thing I don’t need anyone to take care of me. My sexy dragon rider, on the other hand, needs someone to take care of him, and I think I’m just the man to do it.
Azaran is the first book in The Brotherhood of Ormarr series. While each book focuses on a different couple, the overall story arc continues in the next installment. For maximum enjoyment, we suggest reading in order. Azaran is a m/m romance, and is recommended for adults 18 years and older.
This was a nice start to a new series but as they often do there was a bit of the book spent on world building. There were some little questions I still had at the end but there is the hope that they will be answered in the other books. I loved these dragons, they are adorable and I think it is fascinating how they can shift into different forms and how different each dragon seems to be.
I really liked Toby, he is so sweet and really just wants to help people. I hate seeing that he was being stifled in his job and then when Azaram was ignoring him. Now, unfortunately Azaran didn’t do much to improve my opinion of him throughout the story. I could see that he is dedicated to his family and what they do as dragon riders but I hated his assumption that a mate would be more work for him and how he continued to hurt Toby with his actions and I had a lot of trouble accepting his sudden flip of feelings towards Toby that finally got them together. It seems there connection is solid but it was just one of those times where one action just doesn’t out weight the others.
The cover art by Jay Aheer is great and I love the picture of Sindri in her warrior form.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 139 pages
Publication: May 20, 2019
Edition Language: English
Series: Brotherhood of Ormarr #1