There are many ways a man can be held captive.
Nischal and his brother Sabin were captured as snow leopards and have been kept medicated and half starved, put on display for crowds to view. The drugs that are supposed to keep the snow leopards docile also, as Nischal and Sabin discover, prevent them from shifting. After years of captivity, Nischal struggles to retain any kind of hope for freedom. He watches his brother die a little more on the inside every day.
Then one afternoon, a freckled red-headed man stands out from the crowd. Nischal doesn't understand why, especially in his drug-addled state. When that man's life is threatened, Nischal finds a strength within himself he never knew existed.
Preston Hardy's brother went missing over a year ago. The local cops were no help, Preston's parents didn't seem to give a damn, and Preston was left to try to discover what had happened to Paul on his own. His research leads him to a skeezy travelling show, run by a man who immediately sets off warning bells in Preston's head. When he sets out to follow the man, he doesn't have a clue that his whole life and perception of the world is about to change.
And that is only the beginning of Nischal and Preston's adventures as they try to find the truth about what happened to Paul and evade those who would capture the snow leopards again.
Reader Advisory: This book contains references to assault in regards to a secondary character.
|Publisher:||Totally Entwined Group Ltd|
|Series:||Leopard's Spots , #9|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||331 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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Caffeine and chocolate are permanent fixtures in Bailey’s office and are never far from hand at any given time. Removing either of those necessities from Bailey’s presence can result in what is know as A Very, Very Scary Bailey and is not advised under any circumstances.
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