My mom's jaw unhinged and dropped in surprise, Zane froze solid with his eyes wide. I blushed at their reactions and hid behind his arm from their stares. Mom's eyes hit me with a tsunami behind her bottom lid, her green eyes asking for confirmation. I nodded and speaker when he reached down to place a kiss to the top of my head. I looked up, his eyes glowing in the dimly lit room. I listened to mom choke on a sob and Zane shushed her silently. Eli smiled down at me and spoke to my mother without lifting his gaze."I'm plannin
Without haste, I glanced up under the cold sweat of my bangs. His eyes were fogged over, obviously having a conversation with his wolf. His body was slightly vibrating and his fist were clenched, knuckles white as bone. I looked away when his breathing stopped, knowing he was coming too. From my peripheral vision, I saw his eyes turn back to their pools of color. But they weren't something I recognized, instead of the sweet glistening they normally held, now they were filled with a raging inferno. His gaze snapped down to me, causing me to flinch and focus on the wall across from us.
She moved away from me, sitting back on the bed with a flustered sigh. I sat up next to her, wiping away the sweat she had missed on my brow and wiping it off on my jeans. She looked at the clock and it made me look too. 8 am. I glance at her, her eyes fogged over. I couldn't see what color her eyes changed to due to the dark. She had talked to her wolf in front of me before, but I guess I just never looked."So, what do you do for fun 'round here?" Her conversation was cut short and she looked over at me, her eyes full
As we ran side by side-well he had to trot to not take off in front of me- I couldn't keep my mind still. Millions of thoughts ran through my brain, so fast I couldn't stop to think about even one. I don't even remember running like I had been put on autopilot. So caught up in my thoughts, I didn't even have the chance to smell him before he was tackling me. Larkin turned with a surprised bark and then let out a long snarl. Alpha Kane towered over me with a sick grin, growling through his saliva dripping fangs, his eyes roasting in flames. I bared my neck in submission, an unbreakable habit. Larkin's growl echoed off the trees, causing Kane and I to look over. Larkin seethed, his head low to the ground. So low that his heavy breaths disturbed the dust on the
"Stories?"She looked up with a small smile, her eyes far away."My mother used to tell incredible stories about her and my father. All mates actually. When I was young. I believed every word she said, but as I grew up, I realized how impossible it could be. How ridiculous it sounded. She would say how my dad would heal the smallest of her wounds by kissing them. He hated her having scars so he would heal them as soon as possible. I guess he would actually lick them. Kiss
Before I even had time to react, Coral was at my side. A spiral of water shot up from the lake and wrapped around her glistening tail. She floated beside me. I stared at the water, peeking over the cliff and down at the lake. The water didn't seem phased by this. Fish swam within the spiral. I looked back at her furious face with many questions, but she didn't give me time to ask any. I followed her gaze to the group of wolves, all their jaws dropped in shock. It's not every day you see one of the rarest creatures on th
I looked up quickly to find a small cottage sitting in a clearing. Vines crept up its dark wooden walls. Flowers bloomed in front of the aged windows that were blocked off by red curtains from the inside. A stone path weaved through the thick grass up to the arched door with an old looked grabbled knocker. I shifted and threw on some clothes then waited for everyone to do the same. I lifted Coral with some effort. Believe it or not, Mermaids are not light. She sent me a bashful smile when I huffed. Eli scrunched his nose in protest but didn't try and take her from me. We made our way up the stone path. With closer examination, it had writing in some foreign language scratched into it. It felt wrong to walk on it. Eli grabbed the wide circle of the knocker an
I tried to stay on the couch when I woke up, but finally, I pried my way out of his arms at exactly 6:12. I wander towards the stairs, running my hand up the railing. Bounding up the steps, I look down the wide hall of the second floor."What are you doing on my floor short stuff?" I flinch in surprise as Baron walked out of one of the many doors and lean against the wall, a white shirt finally covering his chest. I sighed and laid a hand on my rapid beating heart, grinning at the ludicrous nickname I had been given.&nbs