P. G. Allison
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About P. G. Allison
P. G. Allison has always loved stories about female characters with special powers (Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Bionic Woman, Batgirl) along with stories about witches and werewolves. The Missy the Werecat Series is about a girl growing up with no pack, no pride of other werecats and no Alpha; Missy is a girl with fantastic abilities doing great things in today's world, amongst humans. Other books in this paranormal, new adult, urban fantasy series have Missy going on to West Point and eventually serving in the Special Forces.
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Tracy is happy about her next semester. She likes her new roommate and she likes having John nearby while he attends law school. When one of John’s fellow law students brings unwanted attention from the mob, things get interesting. When that law student meets her roommate and the two are instantly smitten, things get even more interesting.
Then, when rogue WIJO terrorists with a cache of explosives pose some possible danger for her roommate’s family, Tracy senses the Fates want her to help.
She’ll need all her new abilities to cope with mobsters, terrorists and the everyday challenges facing her at West Point.
Missy is halfway through her semester at the Naval Academy, and all is well. Or is it? Those mobsters she warned not to mess with her are ignoring her warning. Soon two of her friends will be dating spies working for those mobsters.
Meanwhile, over in Iran, the investigation continues as to how U.S. forces are somehow learning so many secrets and interfering with planned attacks. Eventually, that investigation will lead back to Missy. How will she choose to handle that?
And, what about that boundary which limits her ability to teleport? Will the Fates allow her to do even more? Can she somehow toil endlessly for good so there can be no peace for evildoers?
Of course, the really big question is: who will win the Army-Navy game?
When puberty brings on her first Shift, Missy goes into the mountains for two years until finally learning to Change back. She can Change from fully human in one instant to a mountain lion in the next. Everyone assumes her two year disappearance was because she’d been kidnapped by a sexual predator that she managed to kill.
She keeps her werecat nature a secret. There is no pack, no pride of other werecats and no alpha. She’s a girl with fantastic abilities growing up and learning to do great things in today’s world, amongst humans. She only has her instincts to guide her and those drive her to train herself to extremes. She must control those instincts; dampening the wild predator is often necessary. Her raging hormones and enhanced senses require very strong controls; she explores what happens when those controls are relaxed.
After her second year at West Point, Missy returns to her Special Forces A-Team in Afghanistan for summer training. That soon leads to her being deployed into Iran and Syria. Her boyfriend Mike tells her that’s getting a little too real since she’s not just training over there.
Then, for the first semester of her third year, she heads over to the Naval Academy to participate in the Service Academy Exchange Program. The idea is to make better leaders by promoting professional, academic and social experiences.
But there are those who have other ideas about her being there. Can she handle all the responsibilities the Fates have given her, hide all her supernatural abilities and cope with those who are planning to destroy her?
After her second year at West Point, Tracy is headed to Ft. Rucker for a few weeks of training; she hopes to become a helicopter pilot someday. But before she even arrives, there’s a murder. This will affect her assignment while she also makes some new friends.
Meanwhile, some prisoners released because of the U.S.-Taliban peace deal have vowed revenge against the U.S. military and are also headed to Ft. Rucker. They’re getting support from WIJO and there’s a warehouse filled with explosives they can use.
Her government friends will help but they’ll also need a few werewolves before this is over. And, what about those new powers and abilities which Tracy has been gaining?
After countless lives were saved because terrorist attacks were stopped, the partnership between supernaturals and the government continues. While Missy tries to focus on her life at West Point, her friends help search for yet another terrorist group. And, overseas? The enemy is finding out all about Missy!
General Blake knows Missy cannot officially serve unless, once again, she leaves West Point to do so. But, he wants her to be his secret, invisible, supernatural spy, even while she continues at the academy. After all, there are no rules about supernaturals, right?
With terrorist threats at home and abroad, will the new alliance prevail? Rather than hiding from the world, it's time for supernaturals to help save the world, with Missy and her friends the vanguard for this new era.
While busy at West Point, Missy continues helping her government friends deal with terrorists, mob wars and evil witches from overseas. But, with all that going on, maybe she’s picked the wrong time to take over the New England werewolf pack.
Of course, whenever anyone takes advantage of women, Missy will always step up. One thing will lead to another. Soon, she’ll need to develop yet another ability to handle everything and deal with all those aligned against her.
Fortunately, she also has all those friends helping her. Missy loves playing on a team and with their help, she just might manage to win. Even if that means going to Hong Kong to claim her victory.
The US Government has avoided using supernaturals in the past, concerned that public knowledge of their existence will pose greater risks than any benefits. But, after Missy agrees to help her Paranormal Branch buddies and one thing leads to another … the question then becomes whether Missy can somehow provide assistance during an international crisis, without the world learning about her supernatural powers and abilities.
Meanwhile, when Missy interferes with the sexual harassment at West Point by going around and putting everyone there on notice, she becomes the target. Controlling herself … doing things in plain sight which almost look humanly possible … that just might be her greatest ability.
The US Government’s Paranormal Branch has learned Missy’s secret and followed most of her activities. They have her FBI friend join their team, telling him that other supernaturals also exist but Missy is the only female werecat. They want Missy to go on to West Point and tell him that “being a vigilante is not what we want for this girl.”
But, what had started out as her simply trying to help protect another teenage girl eventually led to her being targeted by both the East Boston and New York criminal organizations. With some help from her FBI friend, she copes with crime bosses while finishing high school and starting out at West Point. She also gets some help from her new friends at West Point but makes some enemies there as well.
Even with all this help and her enhanced senses, Missy sure has her work cut out for her!
When a nightclub in Munich is bombed by terrorists just days before Tracy starts her spring break vacation from West Point, the U.S. government’s special task force asks her to join the team they’re sending to Germany.
They’re hoping to stir up those terrorists and make them scramble. The team already has one witch plus a couple of werewolves. Having Tracy along will provide them with some added firepower.
When she asks her soulmate John if he’s okay with going with her, he replies, “Germany? Werewolves? Maybe some terrorists? What’s not to like?”
After gaining yet another new ability, Missy is seeking her proper balance back at West Point. The routine of studies, sports, duties … these all help her adjust. So do having friends and helping others. Of course, her life can’t be that simple.
While the alliance between supernaturals and the government has proven itself, with the terrorists reluctant to attack and risk yet another failure, Missy is now being watched by enemy agents. They believe she is a demon! Will they learn enough to target the U.S. once again?
And, what about that spy the terrorists have working in Congress? Perhaps it’s time for Missy to stop hiding what she can do. After all, such things can’t be proven and the world won’t ever believe them, so let the enemy beware!
Missy has returned to West Point, only to find she must once again rush off to help her buddies at Paranormal Branch. This time, her friend Tracy goes along. One thing leads to another and soon the girls are dealing with international crime organizations and terrorists. They also, of course, must then explain a few things to their boyfriends!
Missy and Tracy certainly have many friends in high places at the U. S. Government but those friends are finding it harder and harder to keep all the supernatural activities by these girls a secret. And, will any of Missy’s adventures affect her career at West Point?