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.
Hawk, the infamous green-haired monster, is another character who is introduced in Interlopers but gets a lot more face time in Posers.
One of the biggest complaints that I got from Interlopers readers was that they wanted to know more about this character, who actually appears in only one chapter of the first book. I always knew that Hawk was going to have a central role in the series, but I also knew that he would not really become a player until later.
So for all my readers who were hungry for more Hawk are rewarded for their patience with Posers. In Book III, he is even more epic.
At the front of the school, Ira Hawkings, Hawk
to his friends, enemies, and everyone else, turned his gaze back to
Nate. He glared at Pantera’s back, willing him to turn around
again, but the boy feigned ignorance at his presence, which made
him seethe all the more.
If things had been different, that kid would
already be down on the ground. He wanted nothing more than a
rematch. His pride still stung from the way that runt had
knocked him to the ground the last time they fought.
But his instructions were clear. For now,
all he was to do was watch and gather as much information as he
could. However, just because his orders were “hands off” that
did not mean that there was no way to get to the kid. He
looked around at his friends, his mind already formulating a