Love or survival? Sometimes, the answer is a lot harder than it would seem. One thing’s for certain—having the names Wright, Justice, Salvation, Might and Defeat sucks, big time. More
One thing’s for certain—having the names Wright, Justice, Salvation, Might and Defeat sucks, big time. Not only does it make them the butt end of jokes, but it also sounds like something a romance writer with an overinflated ego would name the characters of their books.
Then again, subject 198′s children have little choice in any matters, let alone their names. Bred and born in a lab, they’re a mutation of shifter mixed with human. They are also the last secret the human government holds about the shifter world.
The last thing they need is for Wright to spot a certain Wolf halfling—one that is so cute, Wright doesn’t even notice that Wolf walks with a limp and has worse asthma issues than a nerd from an eighties movie. Finding a mate is something his owners have forbidden Wright from ever doing.
So just how does one go about leaving a branch of the government that doesn’t allow anybody to leave—that is unless they are in a body bag?