It's not easy being Feathered. Omari has a very normal veterinarian job in Northern California, but her winged life is anything but typical.
Being born as a victim of Icarus Syndrome, Omari has to deal with the consequences of being winged. A victim of cruel medical experiments as a child, she does her best to live a normal life despite the fact that she is graced with enormous feathered wings.
Although she owns her own veterinary practice, Omari has difficulties forming lasting friendships, and her love life is pitted with long strings of one night stands and cursory flings. Trained in the martial art Aikido, she takes solace in the peace found in meditation and consulting with her fellow Aikido teachers.
The rhythm of her daily life is disturbed when she returns to a destroyed house full of dead animals, and she is severely injured by the same wicked trap. While Omari searches for those responsible for the attack, Noah, a courageous paramedic, becomes involved in the investigation, and romance blooms between them in the ensuing chaos.
Omari must find and stop the people attempting to harm her before both her and Noah's lives are lost.