Every time Tomin turns around, one of the leaders of the Assassin’s Loyalty is telling him how to do every little thing. How can he think anything but that he’s the screw up of the group? Maybe his master was correct, and he wasn’t good for anything.
Remus might be a sugar glider but he’s anything but sweet. That was beaten out of him at an early age along with caring for anyone other than his twin. Keeping to himself is the best for him since one day he’ll just disappear from the Loyalty.
When the threat of Tomin’s former master rears, the only thing that Remus can think of protecting Tomin at all costs. Can Remus overcome his walls to help Tomin get the best revenge? Proving to himself that he’s worth so much more than he ever realized.