Rise of the Symbionts, an eXtasy Books bestselling sci-fi series.
Book #1, Royal Guardian sets into motion a new age in the kingdom of Oryon.
A cry for help from deep space leads to the discovery of Nigul, a hidden planet laid waste by an asteroid
Lando Garr brings home an egg as a gift to the young the young technomage prince, Kallen.
Within the egg is a symbiont creature that binds itself to Kallen.
Book #2, Royal Consort
Lando and Kallen risk everything in to ensure the survival of the symbionts and the people of Oryon.
A rising menace threatens the symbionts and their partners.
Book #3, Royal Symbionts
Betrayal rocks the foundation of the Linya Brennus family and the entire galaxy.
A technomage war is looming and the mystery of the symbionts and their origin deepens.
Paired with their wingless, magical dragon symbionts, Kallen and Lando need to find the answers to Nigul's secrets and unravel the meaning behind an age-old prophecy.
Book #4, Tarragon
Journey to the very beginning, when Oryon was in shambles and a civil war had destroyed family ties. This is the story of Tarragon and of how he came to have a symbiont, planned for the survival of his family, and become the first and greatest of all technomage kings of Oryon.
Publisher: Extasy Books
Heat Level: 3
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: Varies During Story
Tropes: Age Difference
Word Count: 20000-45000
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters
Shatzwirl on Amazon wrote:
Confession time. I have never read a book set in the future. I've never even watched more than a handful of Star Trek episodes a couple of decades ago. I think it's safe to say I was stepping out of my comfort zone. Well that zone has well and truly moved to include outer space. I was hooked from the very beginning. Jo Tannah is a great story teller. The words flow beautifully and I could actually feel the excitement bubbling, at first on the development of the Prince's relationship with Lando and again during that mission towards the end of the book. Now I must wrap up this review so I can immediately launch myself into book 2.
Kindle Customer on Amazon wrote:
Just as exciting as book 1. I think I read most of the book with a smile on my face, both from the humour running through the story and from the pure enjoyment I got from reading it. I didn't ever think Sci Fi would be my cup of tea but I am mightily grateful that I gave this series a shot. Jo Tannah tells a great tale.
ChaosMoondrawn on Amazon wrote:
Love this series, love these characters. The idea of dragons as symbionts and partners is a great one. My only complaint is that the books are too short and I keep having to wait for the next one!
Although there is a Council of Kings, the Capricis and Zaruthrans attacked the Dacrons, leading to years of war. Tarragon is the last of his line, becoming king on his eighteenth birthday. While his father insisted that he fight his magic, when they are close to being defeated, he embraces it. Not trained to either be king, or to use his magic, he turns to the mountain mages to help him and learns history of his world that was lost to his kingdom. With his Guardian, Brenn, he finds the will and allies he needs to fight his enemies and save his vassals. He plans to change Oryon so mages are no longer shunned due to fear.