Is she the hero, or will she be their downfall?
Shifter numbers have been declining for years, as their tribes live in isolation scattered around the world. The council blames The Trinity’s existence and seeks to destroy Noa and her three mates. Can the four of them find each other and form an unbreakable bond in time to save themselves and the future of their kind? If Noa can embrace her true purpose she might be able to prevent it from consuming her.
“Tsk. Tsk.” I said to Avery, repeating what he had told me before. “The Trinity would like a word with you.” I said in a sing-song manner. There was screaming all around now, I could see people scattering and yelling through the small window in the door.
The sparks above me had erupted into a small flame. I lifted my arm up and pulled a flame directly into my hand. This was… new. But I inherently knew I could control it now. The same way I always knew I could move the other elements. I watched the flame dance on the surface of my skin just for a moment. The winds and rain were still roaring wildly and the floor and walls were seconds from giving way.
I smiled at Avery. “Looks like you’ve got a front row seat to the show. Isn’t that what you wanted?” I asked him.
The past six months had been interesting to say the least. Things were just starting to feel normal for the first time in my life. After The Trinity and Akal Esh had disappeared, it was chaotic for a while. I’d almost gotten myself and all three of my mates, along with my father killed in the process of freeing The Trinity.
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