This series continues to grow and keep me completely enthralled. In Hawking a Future, Ms. Masters opens up a little more about the Fae and Shifter alliances. It also looks as if she is going to have more characters show up with more ties ins than she has previously written. For this, I'm rather excited. Whilst I enjoy each book as a standalone, the connections between characters helps me bond more to the series and the series becomes more memorable. This is one of the few series I grab the book as soon as it is available and read it that same day.
Hayley is different than all the other characters because she is purposely given to humans to raise and didn't know about her shifter heritage. The reason behind this is disturbing because essentially, she is an unwanted child. It is a variation of a theme Ms. Masters wrote previously, with a shifter hidden from her family and raised by humans. It also includes the element of a shifter who couldn