Warriors Book 1
Rose Press/248 pages
Can a six-foot-tall female Fae
Warrior from another realm, and a hunky ready for action ex-Army Ranger save
the earth from invasion?
Solace Goodeve, one of Mother
Nature’s favorite Fae Warriors, is assigned to Earth to help save the planet.
Reptile invaders, disguising themselves as humans, are waging a takeover—and
Mother is mad enough to eat asteroids. Solace is ready to prove herself as a
warrior, but having a human for a partner is not in her battle plan—even if the
man is rugged, ripped, and ready for action.
Army Ranger, Tanner Jackson, has seen his share of black op missions. The last
one took a toll on both body and soul. Tanner isn’t looking for love, even
though his new partner is six-foot-tall and drop dead gorgeous. However, after
Solace shows him a new meaning to working undercover, he may have to reconsider
As the Reps plan to sabotage NOAA, Tanner and Solace must learn to trust one
another. But as they're trying to save the world, Solace and Tanner might just
lose their hearts—and that takes the most courage of all.
be some mistake. The man striding toward her couldn’t be Tanner Jackson.
Dressed in a black t-shirt, camo cargo pants, and rugged lace up boots, he
looked ready for a special ops mission, not a day of wrestling with figures and
scientific data. Tall and well-muscled, he appeared rock solid, like he
belonged in the age of Athena. In fact, he seemed so overwhelmingly masculine,
she worried he might not be human. That gave her pause. Had the Reps already
established a man on the inside?
About the Author:
live in beautiful Colorado with my chaotic herd of abandoned farm animals. My
friends and family keep me sane, and writing keeps me hungry to learn new
things even as I research times gone by.
open a book and turn the pages, you breathe life into the characters and set
them free. My stories are adventurous romance, past, present, and into the
future, sometimes with a bit of magic or fantasy, but always with a happy
Please visit me atwww.ginirifkin.com or http://ginirifkin.blogspot.com
If I don't
see you in the future, I'll see you in the pasture (or the hat store).