The tribe only had a few run-ins with bandits following the couple's soul mate bond, so Gray hasn't really had the chance to see Emily in action. They'll have their time in the spotlight in Taurus and the following book, as this couple will have to overcome obstacles in order to survive.
As if on cue, Chris joined his superiors and introduced himself to the Alexa’s cousins, granting Lizzie the chance to tackle the prince.
He cackled as he caught her, holding her tightly. “If you’re going to do this every time you see me, then I might extend our ‘ride home’ deal.”
“Promise?” she whispered into his neck. He tensed and set her down, running his fingers through his hair as he caught her gaze. His cheeks were the shade of strawberries, and her own grew warm as she realized that she had done all of that in front of her friends.
It's not that Clarence doesn't like Axel, so much as he absolutely loathes teenagers with attitudes. One hundred and fifty-seven years hasn't changed that for Ax...
Chapter V, part i: Essays, New Peeps, & A Mom Friend.
The Ribeiros and the Serafims are notoriously close; Galiana and Gerardo were inseparable throughout their childhood, but began drifting apart after he entered his sixth year. When Gal tried to confront the preteen about his distant nature, Gerardo claimed it was born from his need to focus on his studies.
Their familiar is a raven by the name of Genevieve. Most witches do not meet their familiar until after they reach adulthood, but the pair met when Sage was seven years old.
The two are close in age but the younger sister had a knack for mischief, leading Keke to learn how to negotiate with others from a young age in exchange for their silence regarding Raine's transgressions. Her antics normally consisted of minor pranks, trespassing, and sneaking off with someone's girlfriend, so there were times when Markeisha had to forego her diplomacy and let her fists do the talking.
Chapter IV, part iii: Gossip Column, New Kid, & Those Mean Hollingsworth Kids
Mike continues making armor for his colleagues, and even making extra to trade to colonists for essential supplies. This had made him the court's leading negotiator, both in bartering goods and in dire straits. His improvisation skills are top tier, as he can adapt to almost any situation.
Unlike the subject of today’s article, your friendly neighborhood gossip queen Arion has not died! (Or undied, if we’re being technical.) Due to some scheduling mishaps and the state of the world, my interview with Virgil of the Houston Coven had to wait. Now that the dust has settled, I’m here to share with you…