Disobedience Means Death
Lesley and Mo can’t imagine life without each other. If it were up to them, they’d settle down, raise daughters, and lead happy, fulfilled lives. But they live on the planet Rymel, in a strict society that selects life-mates for its citizens and executes those who violate their life-bonds.
Girlfriends since their teens, Lesley and Mo know they should break up but can’t let each other go. They dread the day the state summons them to meet their selected mates.
Meet Lesley and Mo when they’re young adults in love and follow them until their time together runs out. Will they do what their society expects of them, or will they sacrifice their lives for their love?
Torn apart at the end of Rymellan 1, Lesley and Mo haven’t seen each other for almost two years, but their love has endured. Are they Chosens, or will they be forced into relationships with other women? Tired of living lives on hold, they desperately want the Chosen Council to resolve the uncertainty that has hung over them since they first kissed.
In Rymellan 2, the Chosen Council finally answers the question that has haunted Lesley and Mo for years, but the closure they desire eludes them when they’re thrust into a situation they never would have imagined.
Rymellan 2 contains the following stories: Shattered Lives, Besieged, Closing Ranks, Shields Down, and Shattered Delusions.
Lesley and Mo’s relationship is tested when Mo develops feelings for Jayne and the arrangement the triad struck in Rymellan 2 comes to an end. The three women know they must adapt to the inevitable changes for the triad to thrive, but the triad’s shifting dynamics would challenge the strongest of Rymellans—and does.
Rymellan 3 contains the following stories: No Going Back, Crossroads, Convergence, Chosens, and Joined.
The triad is eagerly anticipating the birth of its first daughter when the Rymellan ship Osprey encounters an alien vessel heading for Rymel. The Rymellan boarding team makes a shocking discovery—one that strikes at the heart of what it means to be Rymellan, and turns what should have been a joyous event for the triad into an agonizing one.