“So, we’re going to let them tool around the lake,” Tiana said. “When are we going to give them their assignments?”

“After we’re sure they’ve each seen what we want them to see,” Keenan said. When Tiana arched an eyebrow at him, he smiled. “Ti, if they fail to see what we want them to see, what kind of agents are they going to make?”

“Not the sort we want,” Bertram said, his voice soft.

Keenan nodded in agreement.