James takes a visit home and realizes that he has been a total ass to Lafayette. Of course, our favorite hippy has to make it up to him.
“Stop staring at my husband,” she said. “He’s mine.”
“You…” Merlin blinked and wiped his face. He breathed in again, reigning the lightning back from blowing the woman over the balcony. Instead, he smiled, “I think you have something confused.”
“I have eyes,” she said. “With that hurt expression on your face.”
“Has he not told you the truth?”
Dae Sung Kim has lived most of his life knowing that most of the world thinks he’s a girl. It hasn’t bothered him in the slightest. But now that he’s in college, it seems that things are going to get a little more complicated than explaining to people that “Yes, I’m a boy.”
Three years ago, Stiles left Beacon Hills looking for answers to the magical clusterfuck he’d become. Now he’s returned to find that the Alpha has changed, his best friend is a ranking pack member, and Jackson is an emotionally screwed faerie. Yet, Beacon Hills hasn’t changed a bit. Between Counsel designs, forgotten memories, the unstable barrier, magical catastrophes, and residual insecurities, Stiles, Derek, and the Beacon Pack must come into themselves, their place in Beacon Hills and trust each other if they want to make it out alive.Curtains back, masks on…Let the show begin.