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“So when do you teach me how to change shape?”
His eyebrows shot up to his hairline. “Fallon, wearing a different skin is not possible for you.” Sundown
blinked rapidly, looking more and more shocked. “You would wish it?”
I shook my head. “No, I do not wish it for myself. It’s not normal for a human, Sundown. Come sit on the
couch with me.”
I picked up my coffee cup and eased down on the brightly colored scarves covering his sofa. I loved his
room with its red and gold brocades, bead curtains, and bright cloths. It made me nostalgic for the days of
Woodstock even though I’d not been born until nine months after the Summer of Love changed the world.
I lifted my arm and Sundown nestled in against my side.
“Are you angry with me, Fallon?”
Was I? Some inner knowledge assured me he’d not harmed me in any way.
“I’m concerned. That’s different. What happens if I get hurt and some doctor discovers weird little cells
dancing around inside me?”
Sundown sipped his coffee. He licked his full lips and took another drink. He was trying to stall me in the
hopes I’d ask something else and give him the opportunity to bypass giving me an answer. I wasn’t going
to allow him to get away with such a ploy, not this time. I waited. Sundown finally sighed.
“It hasn’t happened yet, Fallon.”
His answer didn’t surprise me. The Chal used every means at their disposal to protect themselves and the
clan, whether or not we humans would approve their actions.
“Here’s a news flash for you, lover. Forensic medicine has come a long way in a short time, and it’s
possible today’s technology can detect those cells now.”
Sundown sat up straight and twisted to stare at me. I saw Czun Dun Nhunfi, the pride of his clan, before
me. His quick intelligence absorbed the information, considered the ramifications, and developed options.
I stroked his smooth cheek with my knuckles, and gave his words back to him, gently.
“It hasn’t happened yet, darling. How many humans have you done this to?”
His chin lifted. “You once accused me of using you as my science project. In this, you’re correct. The
knowledge handed down to me said it was indeed possible to blend with a human in this way and thus
know their thoughts. I needed to know if this were true.”
“You’re avoiding giving me a number, Czun Dun Nhunfi.”
“What was handed down said it was possible for those like me. My ancestors who were catalysts did this
to gain knowledge of their captors. It is said without doing this, the Chal could not have escaped slavery
on this world thousands of years ago.”
If the folks at SETI only knew how right they were – and how late they were to the game.
The sequel to Beneath Dark Stars
Modern gay romance with a paranormal shift
Detective Fallon Roxbury has a big problem. A twenty-year old cold
case turned hot threatens to expose his secret - shapeshifters
exist and they’re living in Montgomery Circle under his protection.
Between a new witness and a group of fanatical alien watchers,
Fallon’s scrambling to uphold the law and keep his promises intact.
He already knows no power on earth can keep his shapeshifter
lover from stepping into the mix.
Sundown has come into his own with his human lover by his side.
Fallon is his compass, and shield, as he seeks to keep his Clan
united and teach them most humans can be trusted. A catalyst,
Sundown is rare among his kind, a descendant of heroes. The
status of his Clan rests on him and he’s determined to see his
people prosper on this world owned by humans - without the
humans knowing shapeshifters walk among them.
Secrets have a way of being exposed. Fallon’s not the only one who
knows about Sundown’s kind. A cop used to right and wrong being
black and white, Fallon struggles to learn shades of gray. Their
relationship is tested as Fallon and Sundown race against the clock
to find a kidnapped shapeshifter before the Clan takes matters into
their own hands. Because if they fail, Fallon knows his lover will be
forced to stand with his people and act against him.
About this book in
its series ...
|The Sundown Saga
Gay romance with a paranormal shift - shapeshifters, that is...
(This is a continuing series with the characters of Fallon and Sundown)