After the strangest summer of their lives, Nate and Larissa prepare to face their biggest challenge yet: High school.
With jocks that seem intent on making Nate’s life miserable, the reappearance of the mysterious green-haired shifter (now with new and improved blue hair), and Charlie, the new girl, who affects Nate in the weirdest way, it’s shaping up to be a doozy!
Greendale High isn't the only place in turmoil; Panteria is dying and only the Pantera twins can save it. Will Nate to return to the world that he has sworn to hate before it’s too late?
L. M. Davis loves great storytelling. She needs nothing more than a good book and a comfy chair to be happy. She was born in the south, raised in the north, and has several English degrees under her belt. She currently lives in Atlanta and is contemplating getting a cat. It will probably be black. The first two books of her Shifters Novel series, Interlopers and Posers, are available now.
There are a couple of characters who we meet in the first book, Interlopers, who we really get to know in Posers. Bailey is one of them.
From the first book, we know that Bailey is an IBG (Imperial Bastion's Guard) and one of the youngest members at that. Throughout Posers, we get more of her backstory and come to understand even more how powerful, driven, and troubled she is.
Bailey nodded as Marcus gestured to her from the ground.
Silence was crucial when it came to the prey they tracked that
night. Her signal was the barest of movements; her tall,
lean, black-clad body all but invisible against the darkness of the
sky. Marcus saw it and turned from her to alert the
Bailey closed her eyes. Focusing, she
reached down and connected to the auburn creature that was her
leopard half. At all times, the animal was just beneath the
surface, waiting to be called. It rubbed against her, eager
to free, but she calmed it with a gentle word. There was only
one part of it that she needed right now.
A million pin-pricks touched her skin from the
inside, trailing up her arms to concentrate around her eyes.
The skin tightened as the sockets reshaped, growing to accommodate
a different set of eyes. In seconds it was done.
A partial shift took a lot of concentration to
control, particularly in the midst of a pursuit. It was a
skill that she had to master in order to move up the ranks of the
IBG. She had just been promoted to a second lieutenant, and
was the youngest IBG on the mission.