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Roman is gone. Abducted to an unknown location by way of a helicopter. Sherm, Lonnie and the Panther Industries Security Division have eyes in the sky searching via the satellites to identify the bird.They are watching all airports within a 300-mile radius.
Gage, Jason and Kevin are left to help Ari cope. She’s barely over her own horrific experience and now with Roman’s kidnapping, she’s fragile. Atsa, Yiska and three of the Navajos come to Gage’s aid. Ari has a dream-like remote viewing experience where she seesthrough Roman’s panther eyes.
Ari tells them Roman is drugged in a cell. It looks like a rounded room made of stone—maybe a tower—in a very old building. She thought she saw a flag flapping in the wind through the bars of a small high window.
Gage asks her what the colors are on the flag. Ari tells himwide green, white and red stripes. Kevin searches with his phone and shows her several pictures. She recognizes one.
Kevin announces: Italy!
Gage gathers the fourteen bear shifters—they have the strongest smell and sense of all terrestrial animals. The bears fly to Italy. They are each assigned a quadrant of the country to search. After two weeks one of the bears detects Roman’s scent.
Gage, Sherm, Ari and her sons, along with the Navajosjoin the bears in Italy.
The rescue is on.
Be prepared for unexpected surprises.
Roman Davenport thought he was the only shifter in existence—a freak. He first shifted to a panther when he was twenty years old. Now, in his forties, he and his panther are so lonely.
Then he rescued Gage Stryker, an eagle that had been shot from the sky with an arrow through his wing. Like Roman, Gage thought he was the only shifter.
Roman and Gage were so happy to have found each other. They spent the next fifty years searching for their kind—and searching for mates. Relationships with women were short—most only wanted the limelight of the city’s two most eligible bachelors.
Then Ari Davis crossed their path.
The woman was seventy but looked not quite fifty, with thick white hair to her waist. The attraction was a powerful pull for all three of them.
Ari was so confused by the strong attraction to the men—that were barely older than her two sons—that she fled to Mexico for a week to try to get her head straight. When she returned home, they were there—waiting for her.
Nothing would ever be the same for any of them again. They formed a bond that could never be broken.