Sharn's Honeybee Coming Soon!
“Why should I worship the gods, when I can worship you? Your very scent is a benediction, sweet honeybee.”
I'd lost everything within a week. My job, the bungalow I rented, and my sanity. All I had left was my beekeeping business, my pets, and my car. Lady Luck was on my side because my favorite client, Ruth, insisted I stay on her farm until I could get back on my feet. The last thing I expected was to nearly wreck my car in Ruth's driveway because I'd caught sight of the most beautiful woman I'd ever seen.
Sharn is the orc captain of an all-female fighting force on Ruth's farm to protect a portal to another world. When the bees on the orc planet Talam have a bit of a hive problem, I'm brought into the fold and asked to go with Sharn to fix it. The only problem is Sharn and I can't keep our hands off one another. She claims she's my cridhe, my soul mate, and I'm too love-struck to argue. When disaster hits the portal town of Dòiche, the entirety of my world narrows down to the single question: will the love of my life make it back alive?
Being captain of the Iolaire'lasair is the greatest achievement of my life. But when Banrigh Amelia fixes the Geata, the portal between Talam and Earth, I see my red thread of destiny. Not only mine but others as well, an ability no one else seems to have. Working on Ruth's farm, building a cottage, and splitting my time between Orc Rock Farm and the portal town of Dòiche, are good distractions for the itch that's under my skin to find my cridhe.
When a distraught Mia shows up on the farm, one look is all it takes for me to fall in love with her. I have no doubt she is my cridhe and I'd do anything to protect her. After fixing a hive problem on Talam, my wildest dreams come true when our cridhe marks appear, breaking all known tradition amongst the orckin. But our bond is immediately tested, first with Mia needing surgery, then with the attack on Dòiche. All I want is to stay by my honeybee's side, but to protect her, I must protect the Geata at all costs.