The thing about having a super-powerful woman around who created all the Troubles in Haven is you have to keep her hidden. Duke and Nathan decided to keep Mara in the hold of the ship so that The Guard won’t capture and kill her. They don’t know - yet - if Audrey and Mara share a physical connection.
Nathan and Audrey get, er, reacquainted but little does Audrey know, Nathan can’t feel her any more. Meaning two things: Nathan is the epitome of a selfless lover and, more important, Audrey is no longer immune to the Troubles.
At the scene of a local man’s disappearance, Nathan and Audrey find that only a silhouette of him against the wall remains. It’s like a nuclear weapon incinerated him where he stood. Scary enough for Nathan to send Audrey home.
Reggie, a loyal member of The Guard doesn’t hide his disdain for Nathan when the two encounter each other at a local fair. Reggie also lets it slip that The Guard intends to get some payback. On both Nathan and Audrey (whom they still think is Mara).
Because of his surly demeanor, Audrey fixates on Reggie as the person who is making people vanish. She wants to talk to him about it but it turns out that he wants to talk to her too. And by “talk” we mean kidnap and torture.
While holding Reggie at gunpoint, Audrey finds out that Reggie is not the culprit. In fact, he vanishes just like the other victims right before her eyes. Soon thereafter, Audrey is kidnapped by The Guard and they try to make her heal them.
It turns out that Mara is the only one who can see Nathan. When Duke threatens to trade Mara to The Guard in exchange for Audrey, Mara knows that her only chance of not being tortured is helping Nathan and Duke rescue Audrey.