The Ninth Orb

The Ninth Orb

Kaitlyn O'Connor / Jun 02, 2020

The Ninth Orb Scientifically speaking it made sense to send two hundred women and frozen pops to establish the colony on New Georgia and insure a good gene pool But when the colonists arrive after fifteen years of

  • Title: The Ninth Orb
  • Author: Kaitlyn O'Connor
  • ISBN: 9781586088477
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Scientifically speaking, it made sense to send two hundred women and frozen pops to establish the colony on New Georgia and insure a good gene pool But when the colonists arrive after fifteen years of space travel, and discover that the alien compound directly across from their new city is filled with young, virile Xtanian men eager for queens Eden Chisholm has her haScientifically speaking, it made sense to send two hundred women and frozen pops to establish the colony on New Georgia and insure a good gene pool But when the colonists arrive after fifteen years of space travel, and discover that the alien compound directly across from their new city is filled with young, virile Xtanian men eager for queens Eden Chisholm has her hands full trying to keep the peace The Xtanian s themselves are stunningly human like, but their customs are completely alien to Earth culture In the Xtianian society, women are rare and therefore the men are of little value beyond what they provide for the comfort and safety of their queens And the queens have harems Rating Contains graphic sex, explicit language, profanity, some violence, group sex, and some material that could be offensive to sensitive readers.

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        Stats Kaitlyn has written and completed nearly 140 intellectual properties under several pen names in different genres She has written over 8,000,000 yes, than 8 million words in published works She has nearly 50 partials in various genres in various stages of completion 0 In 2004 she wrote 27 different stories which, together, amounted to nearly a million printed words However her most productive year was 2009 when she completed 17 projects totaling well over a million words Second runner up was 2007 when she completed 14 projects at just over a million The year 2008 was a close tie to 2004 in number of words written Her least productive year was 2011 Sorry At 500 to 750 words per hour, the 8 million written words constitute 10,666 to 16,000 hours, or 20 to 34 hours per week, devoted to Kaitlyn fans over the past 9 years One title had over half a million copies pirated She decided not to count any.Kaitlyn O Connor s BibliographyLiar s Poker romantic suspense 1993 93kLord of Chaos historical suspense 1993 pen name Goldie McBride 98kMoonlight Surrender historical 1993 100kBond Unbroken romantic suspense 1993 98k Bride of Atlantis paranormal published NCP March 2003 pen name Marie Morin 47k overall light humorous Sexphiles Haunting Melody paranormal erotica published NCP Jan Mar 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant novella overall light humorous Four Play erotica published NCP Apr June 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 9kThe Lion s Woman science fiction published NCP Apr June 2003 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor 58k drama Thief of Hearts erotica published NCP April 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 6kThief of Hearts The Return erotica published NCP May 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 6kThe Claiming science fiction published NCP Apr June 2003 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor drama The Assassin s Blade science fiction published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Lyssa Hart drama Blood Moon paranormal fantasy published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Sylvia Kincaid 59k drama Doctor, Lawyer Police Chief erotica published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 9kNeptune s Daughter paranormal published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Marie Morin 35k overall light humorous SexPhiles The Howling paranormal erotica published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name overall light some humor Yar the Orgasmizer9000 Science Fiction published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Marie Morin 23k overall light humorous Below science fiction published NCP Oct Dec 2003 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor novel drama 50kfantasy published NCP Oct Dec 2003 co authored overall light humorous The Prey erotic suspense published NCP Oct Dec 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 33k dark science fiction published NCP Oct Dec 2003 co authored 41k overall light humorous The Djinn paranormal published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Marie Morin 29k overall light humorous The Fairy Ring fantasy published NCP Mar 2004 pen name Catherine Paige 42k overall light humorous urban fantasy published NCP Jan Mar 2004 co authored 29k drama Goldilocks erotica published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Kimberly Zant 8k overall light humorous Guardian of the Storm science fiction published NCP Jan 2004 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor 61k overall light humorous The Invitation erotic romance published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Kimberly Zant 9k drama Maiden of Atlantis paranormal published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Marie Morin 40k drama Noccio science fiction published NCP Feb 2004 pen name Veronica Chase 9k overall light humorous science fiction published NCP Jan Mar 2004 co authored 51k drama The Shaman erotic suspense published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Kimberly Zant 32k drama Thief of Hearts Stolen erotica published NCP Jan Mar 200


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    1. To be honest, I am not entirely sure how I feel about this book. I did like it but it didn't wow me. I liked the concept of this new world and the colonization but I wished for more details about the world and the aliens, like their mother planet and more of their thinking, about their view on this new situation. Also, why this group of humans left Earth in the first place, more details about that would've been great. We get a very small, barely there POV from one of the more developed male chac [...]


    2. Reread I was afraid I would get bored because I thoroughly enjoyed this book the first reading and thought because I remembered most of it still that I would start skimming. Well I didn't. It was a great re-read and I liked the book even more second time around and upped my rating. I think this is because this author was my first foray into sci-fi romance/erotica and I didn't realize how Kaitlyn O'Connor's books are so much better than the majority of this genre out there. This is definitely an [...]


    3. Finally a book where the heroine isn't abducted, seduced against her will by pheromones and ends up falling for the hero even though he's been ass throughout the entire book. Though Eden does feel a strong attraction to Baen, she still has her doubts. Sexual attraction isn't everything though no one can say the scene in this book are anything less than steamy.


    4. I liked the book, but I didn't love it. What I disliked about the Cyberevolution series was still evident in this book, and that is that she spent nearly the entire book "telling" everything through the inner monologue of the main character instead of "showing" through action. I don't mind the main character's point of view, but I do feel cheated when a huge chunk of the book is Eden analyzing everything. And only a few times did she switch to the main male character Baen's POV, and then for onl [...]


    5. Wow, I really didn't like this book. First of all, I have a lot of tollerance for characters. This is one of the rare instances where I really could not stand the heroine. She just pissed me off. She is supposed to be this big, tough, fearless leader, but can't seem to open her mouth and talk to the men. I understand the need to build up the drama between the different races, but come on. If they would have TALKED and SHARED, like one would have expected, the story would have been much more beli [...]


    6. This was a pretty good one from Kaitlyn O'Connor. This one was heavy on the world building and lighter on the sex scenes. That's actually the way I prefer it so it worked for me. I always find it fascinating that KOC invents so many new worlds instead of always writing new stories in the same old setting. There are 200 women who have traveled 15 years to arrive at this new planet to colonize. They bring along frozen semen to have babies when they arrive since they think it will make a more viabl [...]


    7. I had fun with this book. Misunderstandings seem to make up the bulk of plots in Sci-Fi erotica/romance books and this one is no different. It is well done though with each side feeling blindly through the differences in social structures and poor communication to build a new combined society.I loved the characters and the rich world that was built to house them. There were so many ways this story could go!!When I flipped to the final page I was smiling. I got my HEA but I wasn't ready for the s [...]



    8. These are my absolute favorite aliens ever! Sexy and hung with horns and wings that cater to your every need and treat you like a queen; this book rocked!


    9. I think I liked the book. I really loved the clash of two very different cultures and there attempts to understand one another. I felt like the stumbles and misunderstandings were believable and I enjoyed learning new information as the main character, Eden, found out more about Baen and the Xtanian's. And let's just say when they do come to a cultural understanding *wink* things get a little more interesting. The last chapter seemed a little rushed to me and I really wish I got to read more of [...]


    10. I've read pornos that were more fleshed out and believable than this POS. (view spoiler)[ So so so disappointed, and thats saying alot since i wasnt expecting much from it. There are many errors in the text that i found very annoying. The world building was poor to almost non existent. As was character building. I have no idea what the world looked like, what the vegetation looked like, what the animal life looked like. There are trees, rivers, animals, and a sun that may or may not be hotter th [...]


    11. I enjoyed this book more than a lot of the sci-fi erotica books that i have read in the past. I won't give you my typical "quick rundown" as other reviewers have already done so.Characters: I was very surprised about the different cast of characters in this novel. They were fresh for me as we got a close view of the politics of this group of women building a new colony. We saw first hand through the leader along with the major-general, the "governors", the doctors and the support staff. We also [...]


    12. First line: “Houston, we have a problem.”I got an itch to read some good ol' Kaitlyn O'Connor the other day - one of my favorite authors in this genre - and this book, "The Ninth Orb," is so far one of her better ones. An all female crew of colonists land, after 15 long years, on the 9th orb of a solar system, preparing to colonize it. Surprisingly, they find that it's already been occupied by a group of humanoid creatures who appear non-threatening but exhibit odd social behaviors.O'Connor [...]


    13. I only write reviews when the book is either really good or a total fail. This, was a definite WIN for me. All around I loved it all the way through to the end of the epilogue, re read it right after I finished and still wanted more it was that good. The story develops somewhat slowly for what I usually prefer (I usually like the steamy sex to start soon but that's just me) but even though it took awhile to develop, I enjoyed every bit of the development and the waiting was well worth it for me. [...]


    14. The sci-fi premise and the development of the alien species was very well done. Yes I know that there is a terrestrial basis for it, but still, it was creative and well implemented. The first sex scene between our heroine and the alien males was scary and hot at the same time.If this had been a bit longer, and the glaring s/f errors had been corrected, and there had been more sex at the beginning and the end, I would have given it 5 stars. The concept and execution of the characters was that goo [...]


    15. A spaceship crewed by Earth women lands on a distant planet ready to colonize only to find a colony of alien men already there.This is a story of integration, tolerance, sexiness, and finding out different customs. It is also about coming to terms of living a menage lifestyle. The Brood cannot be separated, so if you want a guy you get at least 4 or maybe more.Once again I enjoyed this Kaitlyn O'Connor book.


    16. Love Kaitlyn's writing styleways look for new books by her. If you like super hot, alpha, sexy men with great interaction between heroine & hero(es) try Kaitlyn's books. Well written & draws you into the story from the first page definitely a must read & on top of my TBR (for all of 2 seconds before I start reading LOL). Have re-read this book as I just love it. A great futuristic, menage sci-fi book.


    17. loved loved loved this book :) there was just something wonderfull about the world and the xtanians and the situation that came about by the women going the thier world made me smile, laugh and cry a book hasent made me do all 3 in awhile and i loved that it stirred them emotions for me. with each book that i read of Kaitlyn o'connors they just get better and better, really looking forward to reading alot more from her :)


    18. While the writing style was good, I think the reason I didn't take to think book was for the simple fact that it was more political drama/bitch fest than a 'mars meet venus' sci-fi romance. Alot of focus is put on the culture differences and the interactions between the women in the storybut VERY LITTLE is about Eden and Baen. I got annoyed and then bored.


    19. Since I somehow forgot to mark this book as read it will be marked so today. However, I've read it about 5 times by now. It's a little slow in places but I love the story anyways!If you like aliens and multiple partners then I would definitely recommend this story! And if you need something after this I would try Love at First Bight by Tymber Dalton.Happy Reading!



    20. This book was great. Sci-fi, humour, good world building and concepts, and romance with cool twist.Highly recommend. Be aware does involve sex involving multiple partners.


    21. I think if there was a prize for the book cover you'd die of embarrassment showing to the check out teller then this would be a contender. I love it. It's so shameless. I also liked the story. A guilty pleasure. Our heroine, Eden, lands on a habitable planet with her crew of 200 women only to find that the planet is already colonised by a big group of men. Well how convenient. The story is based around the two cultures meeting and integrating. And by integrating I think you know what I meanTurns [...]


    22. Loved the concept, and even liked the characters when they weren't being complete idiots. Which unfortunately wasn't often. If these people are the smartest and brightest Earth has to offer in the future, human civilization took a terrible turn somewhere along the way. The entire cast doesn't seem to have enough combined common sense to fill a thimble.Despite that, I still enjoyed reading it, but I am mourning the book it could have been. Better execution and more intelligent characters and this [...]


    23. I haven't read such an interesting book in a long time. The monologues and the descriptions where so interesting that I couldn't stop reading. I even read the book twice because I thought I missed some crucial part!!!I love the fantasy and imagination that went into this book. Certainly will read it again !Thank you for this experience .


    24. You wait a long time for any sex scenes and it takes a while to pick up. The writing is repetitive and the story it’s self could’ve started three chapters before the book ended.



    25. I read this book as part of my self-imposed challenge to read my way through the entire 'sci-fi romance with non-humanoid aliens' listopia. /list/show/42.5 starsOriginally 2 stars, then added the half because I appreciate the difficulty of tackling the genre and combining good sci-fi with romance and / or sex.I wanted to like this book. Yes, we all want to like a book once we've picked it up, but I'm always particularly hopeful when I snag a new alien book off the list, as some have been cherish [...]


    26. The premise is that a ship full of all-female colonists lands on their new world, only to discover that a bunch of hunky all-male aliens have built a town right across the river from them. Then it turns out that the males hail from a culture that uses semi-insectoid matriarchal "hives"/dude harems as its central organizing unit. Females in their culture are extremely rare, so each "queen" takes a bunch of males and has litters of babies with them. These males are the spares, banished form their [...]


    27. Earth in the future, decides to attempt to colonize other planets. Problem is, it takes FOREVER to get to the ones they've designated as good possibilities. I don't think they ever state exactly WHY they're colonizing other planets, but I assume from some of the dialogue it's due in part to genetic homogenization and possible over population. In any case, the way they're going about establishing multiple colonies is by sending out ships full of women, with a bunch of frozen sperm from men from a [...]


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