Gabby played a big role in the house’s foundation, helping Karia and Mona figure out the rules they wanted to implement while also spreading the word throughout their school. She was their cheerleader, the halfway house’s best recruiter, seeking out troubled youths and encouraging them to get help.
The Maeng twins may disagree on music, clothes, and partners, but they agree on a few things: animals are precious, vegans are tasty (feeding on them makes them “honorary” vegans, right?), beauty products should be cruelty-free, red is a great color, and laziness is the worst trait a person could have.
If it were up to him, Finn would never hide the fact that he was a werewolf. Zander has to use his influence to keep him in check–otherwise, he’s a good team player.
The meeting commences, and the former bandits reveal something shocking.
Adam is almost the quintessential Cytherean angel: he’s a transgender male, he’s gay, he had a rather sheltered upbringing in the Rock Springs colony–an area south of Jackson that saw frequent bandit activity–and he’s crafty. His skills lie more in sewing, photography, crafting, and styling than in fighting–however, he learned how to conceal himself, how to track, how to trap and hunt, and how to defend himself in hopeless situations.
The court has learned that Caleb dresses according to the gender identity that they’re most aligned with; on days when they’re feeling more feminine, Julian calls them Caley. They prefer gender neutral pronouns since their identity flips so often.
While one of the few without an ability, Celia can hold her own against both bandits and ability-wielding spirits. She and Dianora train the coven in capoeira and jiu-jitsu, allowing them to hone their physical prowess.
Castor and Pollux’s first night in the mansion comes to a climax.
Things are getting hot and heavy between Castor and Gemini with the accompaniment of their new tails…
The remaining members of Team Gemini finally have a moment to themselves when they undergo an interesting transformation.