Strange things began happening to Malissa ever since she rescued a man from a closed pool.
It wasn’t a normal rescue. The pool had been closed for a while and it shouldn’t have been filled with water in the first place. And now his attackers are after her. The closer they get the more they seem to recognize her from before the pool incident.
Adopted as a baby, Malissa doesn’t know about her origins. After rifling through some papers, she finds a note left by her biological father saying he left her for her safety. Unfortunately, he left no clues as to what sort of danger. But surely the danger is gone, right?
Getting kidnapped is one thing, being told that an unknown experiment could give you superpowers, that’s completely different.
Jessica has been trained to stop and assess situations, but she's never stopped to wonder why her parents ensured that she never missed a doctor’s appointment
Jessica’s mother had been captured while pregnant with her and whatever happened ended up killing her twin sister. The strange thing is, the UIC, an evil corporation is telling her that the girl they captured with her is her twin sister. She wants to laugh but the girl is the spitting image of her, down to the strange birthmark.
Even as a normal civilian, Jessie was less shocked when she was given the news about her twin. Her guardian had told her that not only was she a twin, that a group of people had plucked her from her real family. But never anything about powers. Either way, that couldn’t be possible. After all, superpowers don’t exist, right?
Over half her life Irene has been trapped in a form not her own while running for her life.
Born as a dragon, Irene has had to learn how to adapt to being a human. Although her transformation was to protect her, it has only done so much. Stripped of family, friends and a home, Irene wanders about, trying to survive and stay away from those after her, the slayers.
Irene, guaranteed older than anyone she encounters, still bears the appearance of a young adult if not a teenager; barely. Over the many years she has blocked herself off from any sort of relationship with anyone, not wanting to get them in danger. But when Officer Quinn Rasper appears, she can’t seem to shake him, each encounter seeming to show him that she’s not normal. Can she avoid both the slayers and Officer Rasper or will she cut short her limited stay in Tèarmann?